iPad 2 Gold History Edition
If you know who Stuart Hughes is, then you already know what the $8 million iPad 2 is all about already. If not, here’s the geeky part – Stuart Hughes is a British designer who designs Laptops, Plasma TVs, and iPhones all pimped to heights. Stuffed with diamonds, rubies, other gems, Gold, Platinum and what not, their exclusive pieces of gadgets are sold for multi-million prices to billionaires.
Stuart and his wife Katherine and renowned for these …
A Houston church’s easter dance has “gone viral” on the net especially on YouTube. The video, Dance Your Shoes Off, which was part of celebrations at the Second Baptist church in Houston, Texas. The church was trying to find how such a video go viral, and they sure did find out the power of the social media.
Dance Your Shoes Off – YouTube
The idea which basically started of with teaching the members to dance was later engaged with finding the right song. Josh Moore, …
More than any other website, users/web surfers in the United States visited Yahoo. Even though yahoo’s current positions are a bit bleak in regard to other competitions in the search engine market, this along with comScore corrected results are a bit of a good news for the company.
comScore Popular Sites – Mar 2011
According to comScore, more than 212 million US visitors came to Yahoo.com in March, with more than 180 million visits among them, being unique. Google trailed Yahoo …
In the midst of the race to achieve the majority of search engine market share, Bing and Google have been bringing up too many projects and functionalities, and now, everything aside, they are each blaming the other for stealing search results.
Bing and Google and Yahoo
Recently, a Bing executive had blamed Google for stealing its ideas and product designs to which Google claimed that Bing is stealing and/or copying Google’s search results.
This war of words started after Bing chewed …
Royal Wedding T-Mobile Spoof
In this age of spoofs and parodies, here’s a royal one. The Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton which is going to be conducted on April 29th of this month was spoofed in a video which turns out to be from T-Mobile.
The video was only uploaded on YouTube on April 15th, and till now, it had gathered over 7.2 million views. Yep, that is around a million or more views per day it has been online. The video was spoofed in a really funny way …
Due to lag and delay in the acquisition of certain critical technology for improvisation of their search based advertising system, Yahoo has incurred some loss of earnings in the first three months of financial year 2011-2012.
The fall in profits was 28 per cent as Yahoo failed to make last year’s first three months profit of $310 million. The profit for the same period this year was just $223 million.
The quarterly earnings was however higher than expectations of analysts and …
If you have not heard about a UFO event that happened one month ago in Siberia, that was because there was not enough proof to establish the occurring like any other claimed UFO event, and nobody paid any attention to it. But now, another thing, is getting real.
Dead Alien Video from Russia?
Supposedly, a dead alien’s body was found near a place in Russia’s Republic Buryatia, which is a place near to the claimed UFO citing last month.
The video that is running around the …
In a major shift of policy, Yahoo has announced that it will start to retain user data and usage logs for longer periods to facilitate their personalized search results system.
Privacy laws, activists and organisations have been hammering upon Internet Service Providers and search companies for a long time to reduce their data retention time and have been trying to enforce laws in this regard. But the companies have been ever elusive of talking with the authorities to reach a consensus.
In a recent study conducted among college students and professors alike, a clear majority of the participants picked YouTube as the most useful and utilized social media system for educational purposes. This is in stark contrast to the expectations of major semantics agencies and also internet observers.
YouTube for Education
The discovery was in a recent survey which was conducted by the Brabson Survey Research Group and Pearson. The survey found more potential and usage in the …