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Top 10 Cool Tech Under Rs. 1000 - Budget Shopping Guide

We're back with an all new edition of budget buys with a specially curated list of amazing tech finds, for under Rs.1000. Whether you're looking to gift a friend or pick up nifty accessories for your desk or home, we've got it all covered.
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Why Co-working Spaces is Smart idea for Startups?

Co-working space is a new idea and is gaining huge popularity around the world. This is a smart idea or thought, mainly for the Startups. This provides fast networking based open doors and companionship.
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How to become a better investor in 2017

As we have moved into another year, questions surrounding the budget and finances remain in the open. Here, investing in stocks seems to be a sensible way to cement a better future.
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Top 10 JavaScript Libraries And Frameworks To Keep Your Work Trendy And Easy

Yes, the only thing constant is change and it is best exemplified by the ever-growing number of JavaScript libraries. Almost every week there’s a new name that’s creating all the hubbub in the dot-com world. Matt Mullenweg had earlier hinted that JS is the future for all web developers.
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Validating HTML5 Documents

The following is an extract from our book, HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World, 2nd Edition, written by Alexis Goldstein, Louis Lazaris, and Estelle Weyl. Copies are sold in stores worldwide, or you can buy it in ebook form here.
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Install Remix OS 3.0 In VirtualBox – Run Android OS On PC [Guide]

I have been trying to get the Remix OS 3.0 working on gnome boxes and VirtualBox for quite some time now. Almost all the guides, tutorials, etc. I found online either didn’t work or were too vague to be of any use.
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Is it time to go freelance?

There’s a tendency within the design community to depict freelancing as a goal to be achieved.
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CSS Grid: One Layout, Multiple Ways

I've really been enjoying getting acquainted with CSS Grid. The feature is starting to ship in many browsers and it looks like we'll be able to start using it in production in due time. One of the things that stands out most to me about CSS Grid is the fact that the syntax is so flexible.
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The best Linux distros: 7 versions of Linux we recommend

We evaluate seven Linux distros aimed at beginners, intermediate and advanced users. Think Macs are a rip-off and Windows 10 doesn’t respect your privacy? Maybe it’s high time you take Linux for a spin.
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An Introduction to WordPress Permalinks

Website owners typically want readers to share their content either on their own sites or on social networks. To do this, readers need a link to share. A ‘permalink’ is a ‘permanent link’ to a specific page or post on a website.
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EasilyDo brings its powerful Email app to Android

EasilyDo's simply named “Email” application is one of the most popular productivity apps on iOS, because it closely resembles the look-and-feel of Apple's default Mail app, but comes with more powerful features. Essentially, it feels like you've given the Mail app an upgrade.

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