Archive for the ‘Internet’ Category
If you follow tech news, you’ve probably heard that Google are calling Microsoft out on copying their search results. Care to know what I think?
Google announces the change from Google Mail back to Gmail in the UK.
Pirates are taking over the Internet and it seems governments can’t think how to stop them except by threatening them.
Synchtube is a fantastic site that allows you to watch YouTube videos synchronised with your friends.
Today, I opened up Firefox and found the lovely Twitterfox add-on has become “Echofon”, as of 9th October it seems (although officially it happened in September).
The name is not the only bad thing about this change.
An employee at Rocky Mountain Bank messed up big time when they sent an email containing details of over 1000 customers to the wrong email address.
Disaster! Your site is down. Does this ever worry you? Downtime can be a big concern for any site, but Twitter could help minimise your downtime. I explain why this makes it so important to secure your site’s name on Twitter.
TinEye.com is one of the most useful tools I have ever come across online. In a nutshell, you give it an image and it will show you where else that image appears on the Internet. It has been around for over a year now and yet it seems people have still not heard of it.
Over the years, Google has evolved from a search engine into a huge part of the Internet’s Cloud. However, are the size and power Google have gained as a company a good thing or not, and are people aware of Google’s full potential?
While talking with my dad last week about various technologies, the subject of internet maps came up. It got me thinking about the satellite imagery used and even the newer street views that google provide. Are these images an invasion of privacy and do they help criminals?