Interesting news surfaced today regarding Microsoft’s Bing Search to be the leading search engine placed on Apple’s newest iPhone’s. Previously running through Google’s search, it appears TechCrunch has some news and further sources who have regarded the credibility of Microsoft taking over the search.
Digg is one of my, if not the #1 favorite social news site to date. Wracking up tens of millions of pageviews monthly, Digg, Inc. is a dominant force on the web which has only seen constant and substantial growth. Keeping up with your friend’s submissions on the site can get a bit tricky, but with Sub Digger+ the whole …
The hugely popular social networking and geotagging solution FourSquare has been rising through the ranks over the past few months. Skyrocketing into popularity, the company’s official Twitter account @foursquare posted an update yesterday regarding the massive influx in updates.
I’ve been an avid fan of Pligg CMS for a long time now. It’s an open source project, allowing anyone to download and run their own social news community similar to Digg and Reddit. I have my own case study for Pligg as well, and recently BizSugar has caught my attention.
Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde have returned today in the form of Google’s logo to celebrate the 30th anniversary of our much loved electronic friend from the 80s. There are sure to be a lot of people across the globe reliving their childhood arcade memories.
Netvibes is an amazing startup application founded back in 2005. It allows you to create a personal dashboard which you can log into, and from your account page you can set up whatever content you’d like to see.
Google has finally released an official API with documentation for Google Buzz. In their blog post, DeWitt Clinton of Google’s Development Team went over a few of the new features available in the API and what developers can expect.
For a long time vBulletin was the reigning king of forum software. It’s been around for years, has a highly developed community of experts, and is powering tens of thousands of forums across the internet. However bbPress is a new open-source software developed by the creators of WordPress.
As we all know, Kevin Rose is the brilliant face behind the wildly popular social news site Digg.com. This past Sunday via this tweet Rose leaked a photo which shows a preview of what the new Digg may look like.
Cybersecurity is an interesting, challenging and exciting field for those who wish to pursue a career in I.T. security, cybersecurity analysts, digital forensic experts and many others. The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) recently announced several new degree programs beginning this fall, 2010 in the field of Cybersecurity.