No April Fool's for Microsoft

Microsoft is not having any of the April Fool's nonsense this year. An internal memo was sent around the company warning employees not to participate. There clearly won't be any corporate Microsoft pranks. Read more... April 1, 2019

Hooda Math Provides Educational Math Games

  • Hooda Math is a website that provides free online educational math games. Games are a great way to help children learn mathematics but they should not be the only teaching method use. The site's mascot is a smiling green figure that looks like a shirt with feet. Read more... May 31, 2018

  • Dropbox Files for IPO on Nasdaq

  • Dropbox has filed for an IPO. The company will be listed on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol DBX. CNBC is reporting that the company has over $1.1 billion in annual revenues. They also note Dropbox is the first big tech company to go public since Snap. Read more... February 24, 2018

  • AOL to End AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) on December 15, 2017

    AOL has announced that AOL Instant Messenger will be shutting down. The last day will be December 15, 2017. AIM helped usher in the experience of chatting with friends and family in the 1990s. It was the dominant chat service for several years. AOL was also an early experimenter in the use of chat bots. Read more... October 6, 2017




    Google Maps Adds Sharing Feature With Lists

    Google Maps has added a sharing feature to Google Maps. The feature lets you track your favorite places and share them with your friends. The feature is available in the Google Maps app for Android and iOS devices. Read more... February 13, 2017

    Google Unveils Gboard iPhone App

    Google has unveiled its new Gboard app for the iPhone. The app was designed to make it easy for smartphone users to quickly search and send information without leaving the app you are in. Read more... May 16, 2016

    Automattic to Offer .Blog Domains

    Automattic announced that it has secured to rights the the .blog top-level domain. Automattic is the company behind the WordPress blogging platform. It is expected to start offering .blog domains to customers later this year. Read more... May 12, 2016

    Microsoft Changes OneDrive Storage Plans, Removes Unlimited Option

    Microsoft has announced that it is changing its OneDrive storage plans. The changes include the end of unlimited storage for Office 365 Home, Personal, or University subscribers. These users will get 1TB of OneDrive storage instead. Read more... November 3, 2015

    Google Unveils New Logo and Four Color G Icon

    Google has unveiled a new logo as well as a new four color G icon. The search giant also released a video highlighting its logo changes since the company was founded 17 years ago. Read more... September 1, 2015

    Yahoo Launches Livetext, a Video Texting App

    Yahoo has announced the launch of an interesting new communication app called Livetext. Livetext is a video texting app that lets users stream live video without sound. In other words, it is live video with the audio always muted. The users can text back and forth with messages appearing over the video. Read more... August 1, 2015

    Blue Frog Robotics Launches Buddy Robot on Indiegogo

    Blue Frog Robotics recently launched its Buddy robot on Indiegogo. The campaign has already been a success and has soared passed the initial $100,000 funding goal. It is described as a modular robot that can be expanded with new accessories. Read more... July 19, 2015

    Spam Email Rate Falls to 46.4%

    Spam is surprisingly not as prevalent as it once was. The percentage of email that is spam has fallen under 50% from a high of over 90%. This is good news but other bigger threats have emerged. Read more... July 18, 2015

    Google Adds Undo Send Feature to Gmail

    Google has announced a feature called "Undo Send" for Gmail. Like it sounds the feature gives Gmail users a short time period to unsend an email. The cancellation period can be changed by users and ranges from 5 seconds to 30 seconds. The announcement was made in the Google Apps Updates blog and not in the Gmail blog. Read more... June 23, 2015

    Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Will Arrive July 29

    Microsoft has announced that the new version of its Windows operating system, Windows 10, will be available on July 29. New features in Windows 10 include a personal digital assistant, called Cortana. It will also have a new browser, named Windows Edge, instead of Internet Explorer. Read more... June 1, 2015

    Hackers Steal Data on 100,000 Taxpayers From IRS

    The IRS has announced that hackers were able to gain unauthorized access through its "Get Transcript" application. The IRS says the hackers access data on about 100,000 taxpayer accounts. Read more... May 26, 2015

    Google Webmaster Tools Renamed Google Search Console

    Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) has been given a new name, Google Search Console. The idea behind the name change is that not everyone using Google Webmaster Tools. The name change is probably the most shocking to webmasters. The name change is already in effect. Read more... May 22, 2015

    Rethink Robotics Unveils One Armed Robot Named Sawyer

    Rethink Robotics has launched its new one armed Sawyer robot. Rethink is the company behind the Baxter robot. Sawyer has a screen for a face like Baxter. Sawyer also runs on the same Intera software. Read more... March 30, 2015

    Yahoo Lets Users Login Into Email Using Mobile Phone

    Yahoo email users can now login into their accounts using their mobile phone. Yahoo calls the new feature an on-demand password. Read more... March 16, 2015

    Google's New Campus Plans Revealed

    Google's plans for a new redesigned headquarters in Mountain View were recently revealed. The futuristic designs show unusual looking open buildings, some of which have public bike paths traveling through them. Read more... March 4, 2015

    SplashData Releases List of Worst Passwords of 2014

    SplashData has released its list of the 25 most common passwords of 2014. The list is also known as the annual worst passwords list. They are ranked from 1 to 25 but they are all terrible passwords to use. Using any one of them will give your account a good chance of getting broken into. Read more... January 21, 2015

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