On Wednesday, Google unveiled the new and experimental Google Follow Finder on the official Google Blog. The service allows you to type in someone’s Twitter name. The giant computers at Google labs then spin to life and generate two lists: (1.) a…
By Natascha Trivedi
It is fascinating how this new and seemingly’ neutral technology is fuelling the ongoing gender debate – over the differences in male and female socialisation. It seems as though ‘a woman’s touch’ extends past everyday life into the online realm as well.
I absolutely hate trying to keep my bookmarks up to date across several computers, and I find delicious can be inconvenient. I found out that Google Chrome can do this automatically! Here’s how.
By Jessica Muhlbier
Foursquare.com is a popular and fun location-based tool for mobile devices, and is also a game. It allows users to “check in” at various venues using either text messaging or a smart phone application. But there are several red flags to consider before checking-in all over town.
by Lee Rickwood
It’s all part of an incredible learning project designed to engage and inform school kids – but the rest of us armchair adventurers can join in online!
By Ted Kritsonis
Ringtones are great for personalizing your phone and contacts, but why pay for them when you don’t have to? We show you how you make or find your own by only using a Web broswer.
by Lee Rickwood
Multiple Twitter feeds and Foursquare meet-ups can be managed using new tools from Vancouver’s HootSuite
By Tim Teatro
Another exciting week in the company that doesn’t sleep.