Low Cost Domain Names, Domain Transfers, Web Hosting, Email Accounts, and much more…
Welcome to WorldSubmits.com – Let us help you with your Domain Name, Web Hosting or Blog.
We know how difficult it is to find everything you need to get your online business up and running so we put together all the tools you need to have a successful website or blog.
We offer Low Cost Domains, cPanel for Linux and Windows Web Hosting Plans, WordPress Hosting, Quick Blogcast, Website Design, Website Builder, Email Accounts, Domain & Hosting Reseller Plans, Quick Shopping Cart, eCommerce websites, Cloud Storage, Merchant Accounts and so much more. We can even Design your Banner or Logo.
If you already have a website but want to freshen it up, talk to our Dream Web Site Team and they will help you get that new look that you desire for your website or blog. If you are looking for fax thru email, we have both toll-free and standard plans to help you avoid that unnecessary waste of paper.
We will stand by our services with 99.9% uptime guarantee and make sure that you are always able to reach us with 24/7 by phone, email & web support.
Yahoo - Technology (Internet)
Sep 01, 2014 10:47AM
Sep 01, 2014 10:47AM
By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators are asking Facebook's rivals and telecoms operators whether the world No. 1 online social network's proposed $19 billion bid for mobile messaging startup WhatsApp will lead to price hikes and curb innovation. The move came after Facebook sought EU approval for the deal, the largest in its 10-year history, which will give it a strong foothold in the fast-growing mobile messaging market and pit it against telecoms companies. The European Commission said on Monday it will decide by Oct. 3 whether to clear the deal unconditionally, demand concessions or extend the preliminary review into a wider probe. In a questionnaire sent to third parties and seen by Reuters, the EU regulator asked if the deal would have a negative, neutral or positive impact on users and customers in mobile messaging and social networks.
Sep 01, 2014 03:00AM
A Chinese anti-trust regulator said on Monday it has given Microsoft Corp 20 days to reply to queries on the compatibility of its Windows operating system and Office software suite amid a probe into the world's largest software company. The State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) questioned Microsoft Vice President David Chen and gave the company a deadline to make an explanation, the agency said in a short statement on its website. Microsoft is one of at least 30 foreign companies that have come under scrutiny by China's anti-monopoly regulators as the government seeks to enforce its six-year old antitrust law. According to a state media report on Monday, Microsoft's use of verification codes also spurred complaints from Chinese companies.
Sep 01, 2014 01:47AM
(Reuters) - Apple Inc plans to enable its next iPhone to become a mobile wallet by allowing owners to securely make mobile payments in a store with the touch of a finger, Bloomberg said on Sunday, citing a person familiar with the situation. The agreement includes participation by Visa Inc., MasterCard Inc and American Express Co and will be announced Sept. 9 along with unveiling of the next iPhone, according to the source, who Bloomberg said asked not to be identified because the talks are private.
Sep 01, 2014 12:33AM
By James Pearson SEOUL (Reuters) - In a move that makes it harder for North Koreans to gain illicit access to the global Internet, North Korea now only allows mobile phone SIM cards used by tourists to be active for the duration of their visit, tourism sources told Reuters. Unlike North Koreans, foreigners visiting the isolated country can freely browse social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter using the Koryolink domestic network. Under a change made in July, North Korea deactivates the card when a visitor leaves, ensuring that it can not be left for use by a resident, the sources said. "This basically means in practical terms that if someone leaves the country they can't simply leave their phone with a local friend and have them use the Internet," said one source, who declined to be identified due to the sensitivity of discussing such issues when working in North Korea.
Aug 29, 2014 01:43PM
Oracle Corp failed to revive a $1.3 billion jury verdict in its long-running copyright dispute with German software company SAP SE as a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco said jurors used "an undue amount of speculation" in awarding $1.3 billion in damages in 2010. District Judge Phyllis Hamilton in Oakland, California, had erred in concluding that Oracle deserved only $272 million of damages, a sum Oracle rejected. Writing for a three-judge 9th Circuit panel, Judge William Fletcher directed Hamilton to offer Oracle a choice of $356.7 million of damages or a second trial.
Copyright (c) 2014 Yahoo! Inc. All rights reserved
|Check Page Rank of any web site pages instantly:|
|This free page rank checking tool is powered by Page Rank Checker service|
The name you can trust!
100% Money Back Guarantee