While operating systems like Microsoft’s Windows and Apple’s OS X are considered to be more mainstream, there are additional operating systems out there that not everyone might be familiar with, such as Unix and Linux.
Now according to the 2014 Linux Jobs Report, it has been revealed that 90% of hiring managers are apparently interested in hiring a Linux professional in the next half-year or so, so for those looking for a better chance of being hired, doesn’t a course on Linux sound great to you?
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It is no secret that when it comes to smartphone theft, iPhones are the smartphone of choice. This is thanks to the fact that iPhones are typically seen as being desirable products (say what you will about specs and the pitfalls of iOS) and can be resold at a higher price. Apple has since introduced features such as Activation Lock which is part of iOS 7 thus making the phone more secure.
That being said, would you rather have a phone that has a higher probability of being stolen, but in exchange is less likely to break or require replacing? Or vice versa? Well according to device insurance firm, ProtectCell, it has been found that while iPhones tend to be stolen more often, they do require less repairing and replacement.
Read full post →iPhones More Likely To Be Stolen, But Less Likely To Require Repairing [Study]