Mike Wheatley

Mike Wheatley

Founder & Owner at Content Solutions Online
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About

Mike Wheatley is an independent freelance writer, professional blogger, and social media enthusiast from the UK. A journalism graduate of Nottingham University, Mike enjoys travelling the world, funding his lifestyle via writing on PR News, technology, sports, and current affairs. Mike writes for several International publications including; The Epoch Times, Everything PR News, RealzyBiz News, Argophilia Travel News, Silicon Angle, and others.

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Nasdaq 100’s Latest Star: Facebook
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Nasdaq 100’s Latest Star: Facebook

Facebook has just begun trading for the first time as the latest member of the exclusive Nasdaq 100 Index, stirring hopes among investors that the social media site’s stock value could be in for another lift. However, things didn’t pan out that way immediately, with Facebook’s stock price tumbling down to $27.60 a share, down 1.4% from its starting point this morning.

WordPress 3.5 Unleashed Today
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WordPress 3.5 Unleashed Today

WordPress has just been updated to version 3.5, packing a whole host of new features for both developers and users of the popular blogging platform, whilst the UI has also been given a slight tweak with a more minimalistic feel.

All I Want For Christmas… Is a $99 Google Chromebook!
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All I Want For Christmas… Is a $99 Google Chromebook!

Google seems to be getting into the Christmas spirit a little bit earlier than usual, offering a huge bargain for anyone looking to get their hands on a dirt cheap laptop. A brand, spanking new Samsung Series 5 Chromebook could be yours for the rock-bottom price of just $99 — a staggering $150 off the regular price of $249!

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Google Now: Coming To A Chrome Browser Near You?
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Google Now: Coming To A Chrome Browser Near You?

Rumors are surfacing that Google might be ready to migrate its predictive search service Google Now away from Android and make it available to all users of its Google Chrome browser. According to a post on the Chromium blog last week, developers have installed a “skeleton” for Google Now, which is the first towards integrating its notifications into the browser.

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