Facebook is opening up its API resources for its media partners. The social network has launched ‘Public Content Solutions’, a program aimed at offering initially limited API resources to selected partners.
We can constantly see data that has been delivered to our PCs and mobile devices, thanks to the internet. But do we know how complex the network is that feeds that data to our devices? Well, here’s the interactive map showing the details of the undersea cables that connect the entire world.
There are a whole lot of online music services and internet radios already available. Ignoring that, Samsung has decided to go forth and launch an internet radio of its own called ‘Milk Music.’ This service is exclusive to Galaxy devices.
Our web experience has come to be visual-centric these days. From websites to social networks, the most popular form of content is images. So Mozilla has decided to create a new JPEG encoder to compress images better and save precious network traffic.
Facebook keep testing with new designs for the site and the social network is now unveiling a new outlook for the News Feed. This time, the revamp is not major but it still brings a lot of new design elements.
A new video is doing the rounds around the web, brilliantly done to illustrate the creation of a hoverboard. Although many celebrities can be seen endorsing the so-called product, the video is fake and may be a precursor to an announcement.
Tech terms can be a little tricky and it is normal to get one wrong at times. What is not normal, though, is to not know a term as simple as HTML and consider it a sexually-transmitted disease. Apparently, that’s what 10% respondents on a survey recently did.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have become an excellent way of offering quality education to virtually anyone around the globe, mostly for free. But a new study shows that students in these courses rarely make it to the end.
Looking up a good enough restaurant can be a daunting task. You have to look at a whole lot of things before deciding that a given joint is good to go. Google has now made it easier by offering restaurant menus in search results.
In an age-discrimination lawsuit, a court found that a former employer had discriminated against Dana Snay’s father and awarded her father a settlement of $80,000. Snay then bragged about it on Facebook, breaching the confidentiality agreement.
When we talk about internet, we rarely think of security in tangible terms. That’s only natural because digital security is virtual for the most part. However, it now appears that the internet is controlled by 7 secret keys.
Until recently, Pinterest users could have only six secret boards. The feature has turned out to be a huge hit with the Pinterest audience and so, the social network is now allowing unlimited secret boards.
Wi-Fi connections, especially those on public networks, are a weak security spot. A group of British researchers has now created a virus that can proliferate through Wi-Fi networks much like a common airborne virus spreads rapidly.
There are many kids who don’t know how to avoid online predators when using services such as email. But Tocomail is a safe and easy email service specially made for kids. Parents can choose who the child can send email and accept from.
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