07/18/2011, If there’s one thing that Baidu has no problem being, it is China’s version of Google. The company already hosts China’s most popular search engine and it is now it has launched its own internet browser, just like how Google has its own Chrome browser. And just like the Chrome browser, Baidu’s offering has its own app store that boasts a collection of over 30,000 apps that connect users to […]
07/18/2011, College and University graduates will probably be really jealous to hear that Amazon has launched a textbook rental service, where electronic versions of textbooks can be rented from Amazon’s Kindle Store, a service which was launched today.
07/18/2011, What do you do when you get banned or kicked out from Google+? You create your own social networking website of course! At least that’s what the hacker group, Anonymous, has decided to do when they were booted from Google+ for violating some of the rules for Google’s new social networking website. The group had apparently violated community standards which resulted not only in Google removing the group’s Google+ account, […]
07/18/2011, If you’ve been looking for official information concerning Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, it looks like you’ll be better off starting from the official Call of Duty website. It was recently discovered that the domain name, modernwarfare3.com, has been registered to someone who has no love for the game and is attempting to bring it down.
07/18/2011, You have probably received weird sounding emails from your friends before, and for those who us who are more suspicious in nature, we think “spam” and don’t bother opening it. Spam and account hacking is not new when it comes to public hosted emails from Hotmail, Yahoo and even Gmail has not been exempt from said malicious activities. This is probably due to the clicking of links with misleading titles […]
07/15/2011, It was only the other day we announced that Google had traffic information for some countries in Europe, and now it seems that was a short-lived feature. According to a Google Employee on the official Google Maps support forum, Google has decided to shut down its traffic info service for now – at least until it figures a way how to release an improved version of it.
07/15/2011, Over the months, we’ve been seeing a lot of sites and services start to replace Flash with alternatives such as HTML5 and it looks like Adobe’s domination over multimedia content on the internet might be coming to an end. One such site that recently went through a overhaul to get rid of Flash is the popular radio streaming service: Pandora.
07/15/2011, There are so many web services available right now, with each one requiring a separate login to use. And while we know it’s not wise to use the same password for all your different accounts – it’s just so difficult to keep track of all your different passwords, especially when writing them onto a piece of paper and sticking it onto your monitor isn’t a good idea.
07/15/2011, According to the latest stats discovered by SocialStatistics, 86.8% of Google+ users are male. Another site, FindPeopleOnPlus reported that 73.7% of Google+ users are male. Regardless of which site is more accurate, they both seem to point towards the network being more male dominated – at least for now. And what’s more interesting is that FindPeopleOnPlus also reports that 95% of Google+ users who say they are “looking for love” […]
07/15/2011, Anybody here a fan of “music blogs”? Yeah, those websites that post links to file sharing websites like Mega Upload or Rapidshare for people to download music illegally for free. No you don’t have to answer the question, but in the future it looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more of those sites – provided those webmasters decide to host them in Spain. According to the latest reports online, […]
07/15/2011, If you thought that the Xbox vs. PlayStation means that Microsoft and Sony can’t ever be friends, nobody would put you at fault, but according to the latest reports online, it looks like the two companies might be working together on something. Some folks online were snooping around the internet and discovered a couple of new domain names registered to Microsoft. The domain names in question? sony-microsoft.com and microsoft-sony.com. As […]
07/15/2011, We had Friendster, Hi-5 (in case anyone can remember), MySpace, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and now Google+. In a bid to not be left out of the loop, it seems that Microsoft also has plans for their very own social networking/search engine hybrid service named Tulalip, when they “accidentally” leaked the splash page on its website socl.com. The splash page has since been taken down, leaving only the message: “Thanks for […]
07/14/2011, Thanks to Google and other search engines out there, life with the internet has become extremely convenient. Google’s not so recent changes to its search engine (autocomplete, instant search) in addition to fast internet connections has helped users cut down a lot of time spent typing unnecessary words or waiting for results.
07/14/2011, Like we mentioned earlier today, July 14th marks a momentous occasion as Spotify has officially arrived on this side of the world. In an official press release issued today that is aptly titled “Hello America. Spotify here.” the popular music streaming service from Europe is now here. It is touted as the second single largest source of digital music revenue for labels in Europe – so it is a pretty […]