Great Choices of Small Cars 2013

There is no secret that increasing consumer demand for economical cars or vehicles has sparked a small car renaissance among United States automakers. Nearly five years ago, it was tough to find five entry-level small cars to recommend. If you are in market for the new economical car that does not feel small in value, the following cars should be on your preference list. 2013 BMW 1-Series: With moderately priced compact cars, Audi and BMW …

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Top Eight Fuel Efficient Cars of 2013

With the price of fuel getting higher, people are looking for purchasing cars that use less fuel for a given mileage. Today, fuel efficiency is the major selling factor for vehicles. The more fuel-efficient the car is, the higher it sells. Keeping these things in mind, auto traders in US listed some of the fuel efficient car brands in 2013. This article mentions fuel-efficient cars of the year 2013. Fuel efficient cars of 2013 1) …

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‘Tweet’ in Oxford English Dictionary

Twitter, the social media platform, has been in news not for its growing number of audiences but the word ‘Tweet’ has been included in Oxford English Dictionary (OED) in its June 2013 edition. The word ‘tweet’ has been found to be having more currency and use than any other word. Twitter has become popular within a short time-span. As many as 340 million Tweets posted daily. According to the dictionary, Tweet is ‘to post a …

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The US Economy Shows Signs of Slow down

When Fiscal Cliff was resolved, economists thought things would do well in the following quarter. In the month of April, the economy showed signs of falling. Economists are of the opinion that the economy is going to slow down this year as well. Though the economy might be performing, it is not upto expectations. In January, the taxes were increased, sectors such as employment, housing grew strongly. The GDP is said have grown as high …

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GIS Software For Petroleum Industry

A geographic information system (GIS) is a systems that captures, stores, analyzes, manages, presents the data related to a geographical location. GIS can be used in areas like archaeology, geography, cartography, remote sensing, land surveying, public utility management, natural resource management, precision agriculture, photogrammetry, urban planning, emergency management and petroleum industry. Use of GIS in the petroleum industry is growing and it is used as a powerful tool for analyzing and displaying data. GIS can …

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