11/14/2013, Digg announced its latest service, Digg Video, last week that would help bring all of the most viral videos on the Internet into one easy-to-find location. Users of Digg’s iOS application will now be able to get in on the Digg Video goodness as the company has released an update that now supports their latest service.
11/14/2013, We’ve seen Google Street View bring us some amazing views that we probably wouldn’t be able to see unless we decide to travel around the world. Earlier this year, Google gave us unrestricted access to a number of NFL stadiums, and today, the search giant is taking us to the watery canals of Venice, Italy.
11/12/2013, Twitter, the world’s second largest social network behind Facebook, has launched a new feature today called custom timelines. Users will have the ability to name their custom timelines and add tweets to it, so basically they’ll have a separate timeline that they curate which only displays tweets related to a particular topic or hashtag. These timelines can be embedded on websites and can be easily shared with others as they’ll be […]
11/12/2013, Bing now offers users a whole new way to explore, discover and browse music videos on the search engine. It has been built from the ground up to make it easier for users to access music videos, Bing says that this new experience was designed with music lovers in mind and that it has them covered if they want to search for music videos from artists they’re already familiar with […]
11/12/2013, Google has announced yet another new feature for Gmail today, its the ability to save documents directly to Google Drive from within the email itself. Just yesterday Gmail was updated to supercharge “quick action” buttons, which now support a variety of different services like OpenTable, Google Offers and more. The ability to save documents directly to Google Drive eliminates the need for downloading attachments on the device if you don’t want […]
11/12/2013, Quite a lot of people use the same password for almost all of their online accounts, and while pros and cons of this practise can be debated at length, there’s no denying the fact that if one account gets compromised, all accounts run the risk of being compromised. Recently Adobe was hit by a large scale hack, with as many as 38 million user accounts reportedly being exposed. Facebook has now […]
11/12/2013, We’ve seen recent updates to Google Chrome that allow its users to know which YouTube-related tab is making sounds in the background through a small “Play” icon positioned in between the website’s icon and the words of the YouTube video. It seems as though Google isn’t stopping there as a new Chrome beta was released on Monday and it now allows you to pinpoint which tab is playing audio, regardless […]
11/11/2013, Last month, we saw Google+ users reacting to Google’s new ad policy that would allow the company to use a person’s photo and Google Account name in ads, that is, unless they opt out. The ad policy would be a part of a new Terms of Service which would go into effect on November 11, and as you probably could have guess, today is the day Google can sell its users […]
11/11/2013, Android owners will probably be very familiar with Facebook’s Android app as there’s an insane amount of people using the social media network on a daily basis. Checking what your friends are up to, updating your friends what you’re doing and sharing stories, photos or videos of interest are among some of the top reasons to use Facebook, but an update to its Android application now helps you catch what’s […]
11/11/2013, Google announced today that it has supercharged the Gmail “quick action” buttons. These buttons appear in your inbox alongside the emails, and they have now gained one-click access to a host of services such as Dropbox, OpenTable, Google Offers, Seamless and more. So users can now rate and review restaurants they ordered from through Seamless and even modify OpenTable reservations straight from their Gmail inbox, without actually having to open […]
11/11/2013, If you’re reading this story, we think it’s pretty safe to say that you spend a lot of time on the Internet. Whether it’s casually browsing your social network feeds, watching the latest Epic Rap Battles of History video or playing an online multiplay game, the Internet has become a major part of most people’s everyday lives. But what do people do with their time while they’re on the Internet? […]
11/11/2013, Purchasing goods online is a great way to get your hands on items that your local retailers might not stock, especially if you’re looking for books where Amazon’s online store is probably one of the best places to do so. Unfortunately one of the drawbacks to online delivery is that we have to put up with the operating hours of delivery services which are usually on weekdays, but wouldn’t it […]
11/10/2013, Google first talked about the overhaul of YouTube’s commenting system back in September, when it revealed that it will start implementing users’ Google+ profiles. Basically what this means is that whoever wants to comment on YouTube now needs a Google+ account. This update hasn’t exactly been well received, the video that Google posted on YouTube describing the change has already received a lot of negative comments. One of the co-founders of YouTube […]
11/08/2013, Microsoft announced a few months ago their current CEO, Steve Ballmer, will be retiring within a year. That means the company is currently scrambling to find a new leader, and one such person that is in the running is Nokia’s former CEO, Stephen Elop. If you enjoy any of Microsoft’s Xbox-related products and services or Bing, then you might want to pray to whatever you believe in Elop doesn’t get […]