November 04, 2016

Whose Poll is Right?

By Rudly Raphael on November 04, 2016

  As the presidential race draws to a close, there are numerous polls from diverse sources available to the public.  However, there is a lack of consistency between many of the polls. Is Hillary up by 3 points in Florida or is Trump up by 2 points?  Whose poll is right and whose is wrong?  Like many questions in politics,

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November 03, 2016

E-books: The End Of An Era?

By qSample on November 03, 2016

  It’s been almost a decade since the first e-book reader was introduced to the marketplace, sending publishers into a panic over the future of print. Readers transitioned to new digital devices; e-book sales escalated, and bookstores struggled to stay open. Now, the digital landscape for books has shifted from e-Books back to print. For the first time in history,

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October 27, 2016

Building Contractors Finding Jobs in Today’s Market [Infographic]

By qSample on October 27, 2016

Anything that breaks ground, from roadways to vertical structures, needs a team of construction professionals to get the job done. For a construction project to move forward it starts with a land developer or a land owner. The owner or developer will then bring on various professionals such as project managers, land-use developers, realtors, and engineers to create preliminary plans

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October 26, 2016

Pet Food Trends: Humanizing or Jeopardizing the Health of Your Pets? [Infographic]

By qSample on October 26, 2016

Without a doubt, the pet food industry is part of a booming economic market. According to the American Pet Product Association , in 2015, pet food sales reached $23.05 billion. This notable increase in sales is due to a major trend in the industry – pet food humanization. Pet food companies have identified a highly profitable market, by offering products

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October 20, 2016

The Death of the Cable Box and What that Means for the Consumers

By qSample on October 20, 2016

In the late 1940s, John Walson bolted an antenna to a utility pole, ran the signal through a booster and strung it all together with coaxial cable; that moment was the birth of cable television. The booster later became known as the cable box. Walson extended this service and began to charge locals $2 a month for this television service. Cable

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October 20, 2016

The Right Place and Right Time: The Google Pixel Launches

By qSample on October 20, 2016

  Since the first release in 2007, the iPhone has become the world’s most popular smart phones – selling more than 800 million devices worldwide. Nine years later, Apple has kept the innovative trend, by introducing a series of new models of the iPhone, each with new cutting-edge features. Apple’s latest edition, the iPhone 7, boasts new specs such as its

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October 10, 2016

United or Divided States of America: qSample Survey Gauges the Public Response to the Kaepernick Protest

By Ellandrea Mckissack on October 10, 2016

What started as a silent solo protest has snowballed into a national stance against racial inequalities and social injustices in America.  On August 14, 2016 Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers quarterback, sat  down during the national anthem in the team’s first pre- season game.  His actions did not gain attention until the third pre-season game when Jennifer Lee, a producer

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October 03, 2016

Mixing Smart Phones with Fitness this Fall

By Ellandrea Mckissack on October 03, 2016

  As the temperature drops, unfortunately, activity levels  tend to drop with it.  The motivation to achieve the best summer body gets buried under layers of sweaters and an over-sized jacket. According to a Gallup research study conducted in 2015, June is the most active month for Americans with a decrease in reported physical activity the second half of the

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September 30, 2016

Are Mobile Applications Changing Fashion Week?

By Andrea Sanchez on September 30, 2016

  In this day and age, smartphones are exponentially driving digital media usage. Photo centric applications such as Instagram and Snapchat have contributed to this revolution by creating new ways for users to share information.According to DigitalGov, 23% of millennials only use mobile deivices while the remaining 77% use multiple devices. This indicates that millennial is the generation with higher

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September 21, 2016

2016 Presidential Election Infographic

By Rudly Raphael on September 21, 2016

  American voters are heading to the polls in November to determine for the 58th time their country’s president for the next 4 years. While presidential elections are known to provide good theatre, the 2016 Presidential Election has been filled with some interesting twists and turns, and is undoubtedly one for the ages. The Republican nominee, Donald Trump, whose loose

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