Stumbled across this rather interested TED talk today. Given by Renny Gleeson, it takes the viewer through some creative and funny 404 pages.
Search giant Google has launched a new video aiming to explain SEO principles on a basic level in under 10 minutes.
In an interesting move, Australian online retailer Kogan.com has introduced a new 'tax' on those using its service through Internet Explorer 7.
A new report by PEW - The Internet and American Life Project has highlighted some interesting figures about teenagers use of the internet today.
For anyone who grew up before the invent of Facebook, Bing, or even MySpace, the image above will be quite familiar. Old ASCII style interface.
But this is actually a proper Google search - it's called the Google BBS Terminal - developed by Masswerk and it's an amazing and retro version of the search engine.
The home page even returns the latest news stories, accessible by pressing…yes, pressing a key - no clicks allowed!
You can check it out for yourself by visiting the Masswerk site, or else, have a look at the video below.
With the recent purchase of Instagram by Facebook for a cool $1 billion dollars, the tech world has once again proven that despite any recessions, there is still money in the tech/smart economy.
'CloudFlare' - which is a San Francisco based startup is also reported to be in talks to raise funding which would increase their valuation to a cool $1 billion dollars. This is being reported by multiple sources close to the discussions.
Cloudflare itself provides protection for websites from threats to their security along with increasing how quickly their websites loads.