Google Helpouts

Google Helpouts

Nov 6, 2013

The tech giant of search is taking their services to the extra mile. Google announced their new service Google Helpouts. Google Helpouts is a website that introduces a service via video chat and videos in general. The website offers diverse videos that help you out in different fields like art, decoration, health, and much more. So far, Google has invited...

Arabic Internet Becomes a Reality

Arabic Internet Becomes a Reality

Oct 24, 2013

      A new corner of the Internet completely dedicated to the Arabic language was switched on today when ‘شبكة.’ officially transitioned from concept to technical reality, joining the likes of .com, .net and .org online as the world’s first cross-border Arabic Top-Level Domain. To mark this important event, dotShabaka Registry – the...

JustDelete.Me Makes Disappearing off the Internet Easier

JustDelete.Me Makes Disappearing off the Internet Easier

Aug 25, 2013

  Ever wanted to deactivate your profile from a social network site, or from multiple networks. If you’ve been through it before, then you know that it can be easy or it can be very tricky, depending on the network you’re attempting to delete your profile from. Now a website can do it all, JustDelete.Me gathers all the deactivation forms from all known...

Mark Zuckerberg Aims to Put the Entire World Online

Mark Zuckerberg Aims to Put the Entire World Online

Aug 21, 2013

Despite the fact that the internet is growing with an incredible speed all over the world, until now only one third of the world is connected to the internet. Enters Mark Zuckerberg with an idea: ‘Imagine a world where internet connects us all.’     And like that, Internet.org is introduced, a collaboration between Facebook, Ericsson, MediaTek,...

Wall Street Journal Added to Blocked Websites List in China

Wall Street Journal Added to Blocked Websites List in China

Aug 4, 2013

  As of this weekend, China has added Wall Street Journal’s local language website to its growing list of blocked websites, one that includes Facebook, Bloomberg, the New York Times and Twitter. Monitoring site GreatFire has announced the website blocked in China with restricted access tracked to last month. The English version of the Wall Street Journal...

Facebook Introduces Embedded Posts

Facebook Introduces Embedded Posts

Aug 1, 2013

  Twitter has it, Vine has it, Instagram recently added it, now Facebook finally has the option that allows you to embed posts. Instead of including screenshots or text of Facebook posts, you can now embed the posts themselves on your website. The embedded posts will have images, videos as well as hashtags that, when clicked on, will take you to the...