YouTube is notorious for its simply dreadful comment sections filled with immature statements and pointless flamewars. Most people just turn a blind eye to this area all together, but what if you want to have a meaningful discussion about a video or want to read some intelligent reactions? The browser extension AlienTube fixes most YouTube comment […]
Working with LEGO, Google Australia has developed a project called “Build” that is an online 3D LEGO simulator. It consists of a detailed Google map of New Zealand and Australia that is broken up into small 32 by 32 squares of LEGO brick land. Each of these plots can be edited using the built in […]
Mozilla, the company behind the popular web browser “Firefox“, is working on a new project. Following in the footsteps of Google’s development of Chrome OS, Mozilla intends to build a mobile operating system. This OS will have a focus on running web applications, and is to be built upon the open-source Gecko HTML layout engine. […]
Yesterday, Google announced (at the Inside Search event) two new features for Google search. Namely, you are no longer limited to searching by text (now search with voice and images), and 0 second page loads for websites on your search results. You can look forward to seeing these features as they are released over the […]
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