Windows Phone 8 and iOS 6 have received rave reviews. The comparison highlights their pros and cons
Pinleague, Pinterest's marketing wing realised the much demanded feature was missing
The company declared its move after witnessing consistent police raids from Swedish authorities.
Its jubilation time at the Facebook headquarters! An ecstatic Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed that Facebook Inc is a favorite on the popularity charts this September, as it has crossed the 1 billion user mark. Facebook gives evidence of an aggressive global penetration depicting extraordinary accomplishment in 8 years time.
A popular website of Vietnam, Zing .vn, providing unlicensed local and Western songs, by the method of downloading has been deprived of advertisements of Samsung and Coca-Cola. Online piracy is being carried out uncontrolled and unchecked in Vietnam, it seems Samsung and Coca-cola have decided to pull their advertising from the Vietnamese region.
Google is getting ready to bring two of the most missed features to its Play Store soon. These features are Play Store gift cards and support for wish lists. An ideal for the upcoming holiday shopping season, friends and family will soon be able to gift each other electronically to be used on new Android smartphones or tablets like the Nexus 7.
Stamped, the micro-reviews service started by former Googlers, announced tonight a service revamp and some celebrity-heavy lineup of new investors.
Mr Silvano de Gennaro, song writer and manager of the “Cernettes” had asked the four crooning dazzling ladies to give their best shot and “Lean in and smile” for a CD cover. He used the Canon EOS 650 that made history in 1992. It had clicked the first picture to be uploaded on the internet. Two decades ago a British Crooner and a CERN laboratory music group Les Horribles Cernettes (LHC), appeared in the 1st picture posted on the World Wide Web.
American and Israeli researchers have used twisted, vortex beams to transmit data at 2.5 terabits per second. Its of the capacity of more than 66 DVDs - per second. This technique is likely to be used in the next few years to vastly increase the throughput of both wireless and fiber-optic networks.
An internal "cascading bug" is said to be responsible for Twitter's largest-ever outage, not an external hack as claimed. A hacking group called Ugnazi claimed in emails to several organisations to have caused the outage. The group has given no credible explanation of how it did so, though, and Twitter was quick to dismiss the claim.