Archive for the ‘Internet’ Category

Five Cool Things to Come Out of Kickstarter

The thing to remember about great ideas is that, more often than not, they need an equally great level of funding to come to fruition. Creativity can and will help you come up with the next big communications device or the best entertainment console ever; but without the money to fund its manufacturing, your big ideas will most likely end up being shuffled somewhere between lightsabers and teleporters on the list of “Things We Wish Were Real”. Enter Kickstarter, a website that lets you pitc

Google Brings Us Internet the Loony Way

Technology There are so many developments in technology that, at a certain point, they don’t really get you excited anymore. Or maybe that’s just me. Call it tech fatigue or plain crazy, but it takes more than just a gesture-controlled smartphone and a wearable computer to get me hyped up these days. And then Google had to go and blow me away again—pun intended. Google X, the special, not-so-secret division of Google that brought us Google Glass, has taken on another mission—that

Microsoft stepping towards social media

Social media these days has become the prime source of income. Internet marketing is wide-spread through this board. It created an impact in publicising. It stood as a medium for trademark evangelists for facilitating collaborative tête-à-têtes. The IT giant ‘Microsoft’ has also stepped towards social media for escalating their business. It launched "so.cl" the social networking site similar to Facebook, Twitter, Google plus and Pinterest. This also holds the same doles like sync and shar

China targets internet crime

China is developing and prospering in an interestingly high rate and it’s not just progressing in one sector but is implementing something that will benefit every industry and every sector. Recently the communist government tried to evade internet crime and China has now picked up a new motive, ending internet crime in China and implementing this change around the world as well. Recently the Xinhua News Agency reported that since the start of the internet crime strategy in June, the Chinese

Multiply Close The Blog Services on December 1st, 2012

Multiply announced that they will stop and close the blog services. This step have been predicted by some experts and internet community, but still brings the excitement, especially for loyal Multiply users. It announced plans to close the blog platform by December 1, 2012. Multiply blog service that has been present since 2003, finally had to succumb to the new businesses that carry Marketplace Indonesia and the Philippines as a center of activity in the world today. Loyal blogger would not wan

Windows 8 Code Name : Metro

Windows 8 User Interface (UI) usually called as Metro by Microsoft. But the use of the word 'Metro' to refer to the UI (User Interface) of Windows 8, no longer be used. Views that have a strong impression of typography and quite refreshing in the appeal of Microsoft's previous OS display. The name 'Metro' is used as a code name, which is usually to facilitate the development penyebuatan a specific project, in the internal Microsoft. Reported use of these names will not be until later in th

Google Play Response to Piracy and Malware

Google Play seemed to be clean. Previously, because of the freedom provided by Google Play, the Android application market for many media portrayed as a wild area with no rules. As a result, many applications of artificial, fake, spam spreaders, even malware in circulation there. On 1st August 2012, in a letter to developers, Google started to implement some policies to alter the impression of a wild Google Play. Google gave developers 30 days to tidy up the application in order to comply wit