06/24/2013, Bing announced today that later this year it will be starting a new program called Bing for Schools. Under this program, schools in the U.S. will be able to tailor the experience for K-12 students as Bing will offer them ad and adult content free results
06/24/2013, Microsoft is announcing it will be offering a specialized version of Bing for students to help make researching easier.
06/24/2013, After a few leaks, the AOL reader is now official. I’ve played with it over the week-end, and I find it to be quite interesting. First of all, Google Reader (which is closing on July 1) users will like the fact that the List and Panel...
06/23/2013, Google Mine is a service that is reportedly being tested internally right now. The service will apparently be used to catalog items that users own or would like to own, they will also be able to update the status of items that they own.
06/23/2013, Video on Instagram reportedly saw five million 15 second short video clip uploads in the first day. By the looks of it, the service is off to a good start.
06/23/2013, A bug in Facebook's "Download Your Information" tool caused some six million users' contact information being shared with other members. Facebook said that this incident is something that they're "upset and embarrassed by."
06/21/2013, Adult Cat Finder is a service that helps you find "hot local cats" in your area.
06/21/2013, Even the most social of us needs a day to themselves, to recover, recuperate, recollect themselves and whatnot, and if you need one of those days for yourself, there’s a web app for that. It’s called “Hell is Other People” and it is developed by...
06/20/2013, We’re at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park where Video on Instagram was just announced. The name is pretty self-explanatory, but here are the details that make this news interesting: Instagram for video allows users to snap short clips and combine them into...
06/20/2013, Facebook is said to be unveiling a Vine competitor today. It is said to be a part of Instagram, which has been acquired by Facebook.
06/20/2013, The New York Times announced today that mobile users will now be restricted to 3 free articles per day starting from June 27th. Those who want to read more than that would have to subscribe.
06/20/2013, Last week Yahoo announced that it would be resetting user IDs that have been inactive for 12 months. Some people have voiced concerns that hackers might misuse these recycled user IDs, that it could lead to online identity theft. Yahoo's Dylan Casey has...
06/19/2013, Microsoft has announced that Office Web Apps will be getting real time editing functionality in the coming months. A video demonstration has been posted online.
06/19/2013, Facebook today rolled out an entirely new feature. Called photo comments, this feature allows users add photos to comments.