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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Researchers discover new method to send data across fiber optic lines

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Data transmission through conventional optical fibers in which only one spatial channel of light traverses the fiber is the backbone of the Internet. High speed Internet  is already blazing fast compared to what most people are used to but researchers … Continue reading

Google aims to fight inbox clutter with tabbed categories

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Google is rolling out a major update for Gmail designed to automatically organize your inbox through smart categories for things such as social updates and promotions. These categories appear as large tabs atop your inbox on desktops or a sliding … Continue reading

WordPress celebrates 10 years of digital publishing

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One of the most popular content management systems (CMS) in the world just celebrated a huge milestone their 10th anniversary. WordPress launched way back in May 2003 By Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little as an easy way for users to publish … Continue reading

Google planning to operate wireless networks in African, Asian markets using balloons

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Google is believed to be deeply involved in a series of projects to build a wireless networks in “emerging markets” like Africa and Asia isn’t nearly as interesting as how the company might ultimately end up deploying Wi-Fi to these … Continue reading

Google launches Top Charts

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Google recently launched a new feature that is part of Google Trends called Top Charts. As the name suggests Top Charts is used to view a snapshot of the top searches across a plethora of topics ranging from actors and … Continue reading

Easier Animation Tools for Beginners

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Making your own animation does not have to be painful. These days, powerful software makes it relatively quick and easy to create awesome animations using a variety of drawing and importing tools. Check out these following animation tools to help … Continue reading

Flickr updates

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Yahoo unveiled some big changes to Flickr, both in terms of features and overall design. One of those changes is that free users are no longer limited to a certain number of photos; instead, everyone gets 1TB of space for … Continue reading

Gmail updated with quick action buttons

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Gmail launched a new feature today called “Quick Actions,” which recognize certain types of messages and help you take action on items immediately. Similar to Micosoft’s Active Views platform, the new buttons are designed to help you handle your email from your … Continue reading

What Happens in an Internet Minute?

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In a single minute of Internet time, 204 million e-mails are sent. Online denizens view 20 million photos on Flickr. Twitter processes 100,000 new tweets and 320 new Twitter accounts are created. That’s more than five new Twitter users per … Continue reading

World’s first web page recreated

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The worlds first web page will be dragged out of cyberspace and restored for today’s internet browsers as part of a project to celebrate 20 years of the web.The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) said it had begun recreating … Continue reading