Diran AfarianDateline: New Technology
First Published: Sep 29, 2010 / Last Published: Oct 01, 2011
Diran Afarian has been in the technology field for over 22 years and in the online technology field since 1995. Diran has founded many technology startups with the last 4 positions in the online and Social Networking/Marketing space. Diran has been in the IT, Entertainment, Broadcast and Online Social Media space, and has been involved in the strategy & development of NextEmployee.com, Internet Radio Inc’s ChoiceRadio.com, BubbleFire.com, BlinkID.com and BlueGrind.com which was a site that converted Blogs and News text to audio for use on Mobile devices. (The Company was acquired by a undisclosed foreign corporation in October 2007). Currently the Founder and CEO of a startup called NextEmployee.com which helps companies interview candidates unattended. Diran holds an MBA degree in Marketing and Management, A BS Degree in Engineering, and Finance training from Cornell University.
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October 1, 2011
iPhone 5 To Have NFC, Among Other Things
NFC is one of the most important features being added to the iPhone5in Gadgets
September 20, 2011
Qwikster? One Mistake After Next. Hey Blockbuster, It's Time
Netflix is puttering, Vultures are coming outin Business
August 11, 2011
IPad2 vs. Android Tablets - Getting Ready to Rumble
Androids Ganging up on the iPadin Gadgets
August 1, 2011
Using Google+ Plus as a Personal Butler, a Couple of Advanced Features
My techniques to using Google plus as a personal butler.
May 10, 2011
Skype Ping Pong, Microsoft Pays $8.5 Billion, Will Ebay Get Sued?
Microsoft, Skype, Ebay, and a whole lot of lawsuits? Maybe.in Business
February 10, 2011
Mubarak Embarrasses President Obama and Disappoints the World
Mubarak disappoints and embarrasses manyin Politics
February 4, 2011
What are Facebucks?
Will Facebook be able to get its 30% cut from app currency?in Social Media
January 16, 2011
What's After Facebook?
If a picture is worth 1,000 words then 750,000,000 pictures are worth 750 billion words.
September 29, 2010
Siri for iPhone 4
Siri for the iPhone; love it, don't leave it.