Why Content Overload Is A Mood Killer
May19

Why Content Overload Is A Mood Killer

It’s no surprise that there are more than 1 trillion pages on the internet, both indexed by Google and on the deep web. Sometimes, when you’re searching for the Top 10s or best 5s, you will likely find at least 5 content pages that look more or less the same. While creativity is certainly not dead, unethical practices are livelier than ever. It’s easy to replicate existing material and make it your own with rephrasing, but it’s...

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The Deep Web
May18

The Deep Web

You probably have heard tons of stories about the deep web, and most of them are true. While the evidence of substance experiments and drug networks is at large on this side of the internet, this is generally referred to as the dark web. As such, there is not much difference between deep web and dark web. Google indexes more than 1 trillion web pages, but there are trillion more pages of information, both resourceful and...

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Two Door Driverless Google Car to Hit the Roads This Summer
May15

Two Door Driverless Google Car to Hit the Roads This Summer

Amidst the recent crashes of their self-driving cars, Google has opened Pandora’s Box by announcing that their prototypes are done with the testing phase and ready to hit the roads in Mountain View this summer! Over the course of the past six years, only 11 accidents have occurred in Google’s fleet of self-driving cars. With the maximum speed limit of 25 miles/hour, each model will allow a safety driver, who may wish to take over at...

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Google’s self-driving cars faced 11 accidents but “it wasn’t the autonomous car’s fault”
May12

Google’s self-driving cars faced 11 accidents but “it wasn’t the autonomous car’s fault”

The Associated Press has reported that four of the 48 self-driving cars which have licenses to operate in California have faced minor accidents since last September. According to the report, two of these accidents took place in auto-driving mode, and other two happened in manual mode. Luckily, the crushes occurred at less than 10mph speed. Shortly after the AP report, Google’s self-driving car program director Chris Urmson has...

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Google Halts Map Maker Service after Peeing Android Issue
May12

Google Halts Map Maker Service after Peeing Android Issue

Remember the Google Maps prank image with an Android mascot peeing on an Apple logo? Yes, it happened last month, and Google said sorry for this. It was a user-created content inserted into Google Maps using the Map Maker tool which allows anyone to contribute to the mapping service. Once the image was discovered, Google confirmed that it was resulted by a user-edit, and the company took the image down. However, it still raises...

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Now You Can Order Food Delivery Straight from Google Search Results
May09

Now You Can Order Food Delivery Straight from Google Search Results

Feeling hungry? Take your phone and Google your favorite restaurant- if it is integrated with Eat24, Seamless, Delivery.com, GrubHub, BeyondMenu or MyPizza.com, you will get an option to order foods for delivery. The feature is now available in the United States. To use the service, search your favorite eatery on Google. In the search result, you will find “Place an Order” option at the bottom of the cards. Tap the option and choose a...

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