For the bright future of broadband internet facilities in the USA, the FCC has established the National Broadband plan but we are screwed. The Federal Communications Commission announced National Broadband Plan last week, their aim is to provide universal, affordable 100 megabits per second broadband internet service to 100 million households at reasonable rates by [...]
Sunday, March 21st on the West Coast there was the Twitter’s 4th birthday. Almost four years ago Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey sent his first Tweet along with Evan Williams and Biz Stone, they started a phenomenon. In February, 2010 Twitter hit 50 million Tweets per day that’s a great achievement and last summer it was [...]
Tumblr lets you effortlessly share anything. Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos rom your browser, phone, desktop, email, or wherever you happen to be. As you all know that Tumblr is a simple blogging platform but now Tumblr has got the ability to add static pages to your Tumblelog. It is a fact [...]
During the browsing, I found and interesting website and thought to share it with the readers. Freerice.com is a website where; for each word that you get right answer, they’ll donate 20 grains of rice through the United Nations World Food Program to the hungry people.
In general, social networking sites allow users to add some basic information to create a profile for themselves. Users can upload a picture of themselves and can often be “friends” with other users. TalkTribe is not just a social network but a great platform with more exciting features. All of the communication mediums are combined [...]
Google Launches OpenSocial to Spread Social Applications Across the Web. OpenSocial — a set of common APIs for building social applications across the web — for developers of social applications and websites that want to add social features. OpenSocial will unleash more powerful and pervasive social capabilities for the web, empowering developers to build far-reaching [...]