7 hrs ago
Is 'Delightful' the New 'Cool'?
This is one of the first images that appears when you do a Shutterstock search for "delightful."
16 hrs ago
The American Conservative
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Analyzing the gamut of America's problems and proposing solutions for them would be a daunting assignment for any author, particularly in a span of fewer than 300 pages.
19 hrs ago
Faster than the speed of light...almost: Bahrain announces 5G network to be ready by 2017
Bahrain is in the final stage of installing a 4G/LTE network in the country, and is already planning to have the system updated and operational to 5G by 2017 Bahrain will be ready for the superfast 5G mobile network, potentially 100 times faster than 4G networks and which will enable one-second film downloads, by 2017, said the Minister of State ... (more)
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Motley Fool
Shutterstock Rolls Out New Android App
Until now. Shutterstock announced today it has launched an app for Android OS devices, supporting the digital imagery provider's mobile user growth.
"Soul-Crushing" Cold Temperatures Sink to Record Low in East Antarctica
A new look at NASA satellite data has revealed that the Earth set a new record low for temperature in East Antarctica.
Federal Computer Week
U.S.-China conversation. Shutterstock image.
While in Sweden during the government shutdown/debt ceiling fiasco, I blogged asking whether Americans realized the huge damage such events do to America's reputation abroad.
Brits behaving badly: Unruly passenger forces Dubai-bound flight to do a U-turn
An unruly British man aboard a Qantas flight bound for Dubai from London forced the plane to turn around after he had a violent outburst, according to Australian media.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
New, cold-resistant cockroach invades NYC
The roach, imported from Asia, has been spotted for the first time in the U.S. Lindsay Abrams Topics: invasive species, New York City, Cockroaches, High Line Park, Sustainability News, News New York's High Line Park New York's High Line, an abandoned elevated railway transformed into the city's hottest new park, is responsible for attracting swarms ... (more)
Where did Dubai's giant rubber duck go? UAE residents on the lookout for their quacking friend
UAE residents are on the lookout for Dubai's giant rubber duck that has gone missing...at least for now, says the company behind the giant quacker, Geowash The company behind the giant duck, Geowash , an eco-friendly car wash system, said it will re-emerge at a surprise location soon.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
When IT disasters strike, are Middle East businesses ready to...
Home >> Business >> IT & Telecom >> When It Disasters Strike, Are Middle East Businesses Ready To Respond? Less Than 20 Percent, Says Study According to the EMC survey, 64 per cent of businesses in the Middle East have lost data and suffered systems downtime within the year before the survey was conducted Imagine employees forced to sit idle as ... (more)
Nothing big about Kuwait's inflation as rate reaches 9-year low
Kuwait's National Bank says the country's inflation rate will reach 2.6 percent by the end of the year Kuwait's annual inflation rate fell to a modest 2.7 per cent in October - its lowest in nine years, despite robust consumer spending and some improvement in business sentiment, said a report.
Report: IPO activity in MENA is set to take off
More IPOs are expected to come in MENA based on the activity which occurred in the first half of the year.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Tuna need conservation-what do Fisheries Commissions do?
ItA's simply stunning to view the shape and the speed of the bluefin tuna. You wonA't see them much in the Atlantic now, and the Pacific is rapidly losing all of its fish to restauranteursA' greed tuna image ; Credit: A© Shutterstock The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission have failed to regulate tuna fishing adequately with a ... (more)
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Small Business Trends
How to Search For Images For Your Blog - Faster
I'd like to share a little trick we've learned to find just the right image for that article you worked so hard on - and find it fast.
Reversing downward trend, Middle East carriers set record freight growth
Global freight tonne kilometres were up 4.0% in October year-on-year, a rebound from the 0.3% contraction in September.
Google Research: Over two-thirds of Small Businesses in Saudi, Egypt and UAE are not online
Small Businesses in the Middle East are missing the chance to get new customers by having an online presence.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Shutterstock's Management Presents at Credit Suisse Technology Conference
Good afternoon I'm Dean Prissman one of the Internet Analysts at CS, and we are excited to welcome Tim Bixby, CFO, Shutterstock, welcome Tim.
Shutterstock To Present at the Cantor Fitzgerald Equities Internet Conference
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Tue Dec 03, 2013
The American Conservative
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If a man living in America were to go on television and admit that he spent years stealing U.S. defense secrets on behalf of another country, and was proud of what he had done, Attorney General Eric Holder would immediately fly into a rage and call for arrest and prosecution under the Espionage Act, wouldn't he? Well, maybe not, if the recent ... (more)
Mama milked this marriage dry: Saudi man commits suicide after...
In the Middle East, sharing the same mama , makes two individuals' relationship a brother-sister one Finding out that your fiance was breast-fed by your mom at birth IS pretty weird, and definitely a deal-breaker for marriage in the Middle East, but worth killing over? For this Saudi man, absolutely.