Facebook (that slightly popular social networking site I’m sure you’ve heard of), and it’s popularity have sky rocketed over the past few years and their next target is most likely going to be the 1 billion users mark. News last week reported that the amount of Facebook users worldwide is now over 750 million! A number that some would find hard to comprehend.
Research has shown the average Briton has to remember 10 passwords a day, yet more evidence to show how technology has impacted our lives.
Having access to the internet is a complete waste of a holiday according to US neuropsychologist.
Geohot, or Geohotz, the guy partly responsible for hacking Sony Playstations 3 and jailbreaking the iPhone has landed a job at Facebook.
Those of you who witnessed and used Google’s Les Paul Doodle, which was celebrating what would have been Les Paul’s 96th Birthday, were most likely amazed at what is definitely the best Google logo ever used on the search engines home page.
As most of you will know, MobileFun are a UK based seller of all things mobile. Well, they currently have a very interesting promotion for their new product, the Stuckbuddy Universal Suction Cup Stand; this promotion is open to any customer who purchases a product from them.
Rumour has it that Microsoft Windows 8 will be revealed in September as a large developer event is set to run from 13-16th September. If Microsoft do end up unveiling it at September, we should expect to see a full release of around September 2012. This means we could start to see prototype Windows tablets […]
Windows 8 Screenshots have been leaked, allegedly from a Microsoft employee. Not many differences to note in the current form.
Even I got tried out! First of all you get a phone call from an overseas person (mine with a Pakistani accent), posing to work at Microsoft. I was busy when I received the phone call, told him to ring back 8 hours later, and he did. First suspicion. Next, he gets you to check […]
Microsoft have always been in the shadows when it comes to web browsers. With IE6 struggling to cope with modern websites, and IE7 and IE8 becoming lost in the features offered by Firefox and Chrome, it’s odd to see Microsoft upping their game.