2012 Tech trends, preparing for taxes, CES duds
Social media guru Todd Carpenter asked several social-media-savvy real estate professionals, “What new tools or trends will have the biggest impact on the real estate industry in 2012?” Here’s what they had to say.
Maybe the economy is improving: shopping center leasing seems to be picking up as consumer confidence climbs, according to REIS.
Twitter has complained about changes made by Google to integrate its social network Google+ into search results.
The U.S. Mint circulated more quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies last year. And that’s a good thing.
A New Year, a New You! But the same old taxes. Yahoo! and Fox tell you what’s new, what’s changed, and what to watch out for as you prepare your taxes in the next few months.
Need another social network? Pinterest is visually pleasing site for collecting photos and links to stuff you like and sharing them with others. While there are tons of other options for social bookmarking (e.g., Digg and Reddit), Pinterest’s photo-rich interface has made it a great hit.
The annual giant Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is taking place this week in Las Vegas. While its stature is diminishing, it’s still the place to introduce new products and wares. Not all are a success. Fox takes a look at some of the CES duds to be introduced over the years.
8 Things You Shouldn’t Buy in the Winter: summer veggies, summer clothes, computers, snowblowers, etc.