Browsing the complex and often chaotic world of the Internet all day brings up many questions that need to be answered. And if you stay on the Internet too long, you may just end up going crazy and starting to hear voices. Before you check yourself into a mental hospital, though, make sure you don’t… Continue reading Behold the Pinnacle of Internet Wisdom [COMIC]
What if there was a site that could predict everything you wanted to see on the internet? StumbleUpon is a social network that helps you discover unique and interesting things across the Web. StumbleUpon is basically a discovery engine of entertainment that recommends photography, art, humor, fashion, sports, technology and just about every other topic… Continue reading What Is StumbleUpon?
Google Now cards have been available for desktop users since January, but until now only people using Chrome Canary have been able to take advantage of them. Starting this week, however, Google is making Google Now notifications available for users of all versions of Chrome on Chrome OS, Mac OS and Windows. This means that… Continue reading Google Now Cards Available for Regular Desktop Chrome Users
If you drive often or simply own a car, Google just made your life a little easier. Starting Monday, the Google Now app will now notify you of traffic incidents, including accidents and construction, so you can avoid backups and delays. Google announced the new feature yesterday. The company also updated Google Search for Android… Continue reading Google Now Can Notify You in Real-Time about Traffic Accidents and Delays
Google+ Hangouts just got real. In an effort to make its video conferencing service more appealing to use in the workplace, Google has put together what it claims is the ultimate setup for holding video meetings. The Chromebox comes with an Intel Core i7 processor, a high-definition camera, a microphone-speaker unit and a remote control… Continue reading Google Launches the Chromebox Video Meeting Setup for $999
Have you been itching to cast more online video to your TV using Chromecast? Now you might be able to! Mere days after Google opened the Chromecast SDK to developers, there’s already a new way to cast online videos to your TV. Just play a video file in Chrome, click the VidCast bookmarklet and wait… Continue reading New Extension for Chromecast Lets You Cast Most Online Videos to Your TV
Are you using Chromecast yet? Chromecast is a Wi-Fi connected device that allows your mobile device or computer to communicate with your television. Using Chromecast you can play media from a variety of apps like Netflix, HBO GO, Hulu Plus, Pandora and Songza on your home’s big screen. And according to a recent update by… Continue reading Ready to Cast Your Favorite Apps to the Big Screen? Google Opens Chromecast to Developers
2013 was not a good year for the Windows PC. The growing popularity of tablets and smartphones are cutting into desktop and laptop sales. Of the laptops that are being sold, non-Windows laptops make up more than a third of all sales according to Forbes. The release of Windows 8 in late 2012 put only… Continue reading Microsoft Needs to Prepare for the Post-PC World