Google continues to share some magic and fairy-tale spirit with unparalleled online experience.
Samsung is investing in early-stage startups with grants that amount to $100 million.
Google has changed its search engine ranking algorithm to help fight with spam and make the results of users’ searches more organic and relevant to their query. The latest global 24th update of Google Panda algorithm was introduced in late January this year and affected 1.2% of the English-language queries. This generated much talk in the professional web optimization circles, so PM Digital has studied the new changes and released a report titled “30 Ways to Move Beyond Traditional Link Building,” which outlines the strategies to improve today’s SEO performance in the re-shaped world of Google search.
Nokia is set to further research graphene, the recently discovered world’s most durable, thinnest and lightest material ever, and find revolutionary ways to boost the technologies.
Google is announcing its third annual Google Science Fair to discover young talents in the scientific and engineering fields and support the future of technology by recognizing new geniuses today. In partnership with CERN, the LEGO Group, National Geographic and Scientific American, the tech giant is encouraging young scientists aged 13-18 to come up with their own unconventional ideas on how to make the world a better place.
The smartphones market welcomes a new product—yesterday, January 30, RIM launched “the re-designed, re-engineered, and re-invented BlackBerry platform” at the event, which was held in six cities—New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Dubai, and Johannesburg—at the same time. Along with the unveiling of the new platform and product, the tech giant has made another major announcement—the company’s name was changed from RIM to BlackBerry to build a stronger connection between the product and the manufacturer.
Björk’s Biophilia album, which was launched back in 2011 as the first-ever multimedia album with an array of iPhone and iPad apps...
Pinterest, which actually started the tile layouts trend, continues to evolve. Now, the visual social network is about to begin testing a new look, which will be available to a small group of users in the coming weeks.