Curious as to what people ask Google’s voice search? Google Voice has been around for a while now but usage has almost doubled this year. In order to keep up with the growing user base, Google decided to conduct some research to see what users were searching or asking most commonly. Here is what they … Read moreThe Most Popular Queries on Google Voice Search Are?
Its been two weeks since Apple launched their latest iPhone and it definitely seems that the larger, plus sized model has proven to be most popular with consumers. Backorders for the iPhone 6 Plus are still being filled as many eagerly await getting their hands on the larger screen device. The smaller version of the … Read moreWhat iPhone 6 Plus Users Really Think
And the award for fastest computer in the world goes to….China. America is a melting pot of technological advancements but when it comes to lightning fast computers, China has managed to trump the world again. At 33.86 petaflops, China’s Tianhe-2 is the world’s fastest computer for a third year in a row. It was developed by … Read moreWhich Country has the Fastest Computer?
As Apple gets ready to release the iPhone 6, news has just surfaced that the larger version of the phone may be delayed. Apple has remained tight lipped (as usual) on the specifications of the new iPhone 6 however, many have speculated that both a 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch version is going to be … Read moreLarger Version of iPhone 6 Delayed?
For all you bike riders and trail hikers out there, Google has just announced a plan to make your life easier. Now, when using their Map service, elevation profile data will also be included. Bikers and hikers can now avoid steep hills (or go in search of them) with a new feature available on Google … Read moreGoogle Maps Launches Elevation Data for Bike Routes
It’s April Fools’ Day and the internet is not exempt from trying to trick unsuspecting users. Here are todays hottest pranks from around the web: Google Maps announced that it is hiring a new position titled, “Pokemon Master”. The application processed includes being able to find Pokemon hidden all over the Googles Map app. To … Read moreApril Fools’ Pranks Across the World Wide Web
According to a recent report, the DMV may have been compromised and potentially thousands of customers data could be exposed. “There is no evidence at this time of a direct breach of the DMV’s computer system,” the DMV told security site Krebs on Security. “However, out of an abundance of caution and in the interest of … Read moreCalifornia DMV Large Scale Data Breach
LG and Samsung have just announced that bigger and wider TV’s are on the way. Forget your 50 inch flat screen TV, LG is now working on 105 inch TV’s with a curved Ultra HD display. These larger TV’s will have 11 million pixels, compared to the current rate which is around 2 million in … Read moreLG and Samsung To Launch Ultra HD Curved TV’s
First Look at $25 Million App Clinkle A first look is available on this link for the financial app Clinkle that has received $25 million in it’s first round of funding. Here’s a link to Mashable where you can find the video: https://mashable.com/2013/09/30/clinkle-leak/ The app looks to be somewhat of an online wallet, allowing you store … Read moreFirst Look at $25 Million App Clinkle
Xbox One To Launch In 13 Markets On November 22 Time to get in line, ladies and gentlemen. Xbox One is going to be hitting stores on November 22. That’s a full week after PS4’s November 15 retail launch date. If you don’t live in the U.S. then there’s no problem, Microsoft said that the … Read moreXbox One To Launch In 13 Markets On November 22