Google’s New Patent Shield for Open Source Internet

Google has long been known as a friend of open source programming, and in its developer pages it claims to have released over 20 million lines of code along with 900 separate projects. Does Google stick to this open source ideal when it comes to its strongest rivals? Major competitors and internet giants like Facebook,…

Google Creates A Messenger For Dogs

As it has become known recently, Google takes part in the development of a system that will let a dog contact with its accompanying man and give him messages. Such a news came from MIT Technology Review. The system is called FIDO (Facilitating Interactions for Dogs with Occupations), and it is being developed by Georgia…

Glass Of 2013: 6 Things You Need To Know About Google Glass

A wearable computer? Yeah, right. Oh, wait… That’s a rough summary of most people’s thought processes when first encountering Google Glass, Google’s latest and most exciting prototype. Resembling a pair of glasses, this product is set to change the face of wireless technologies, and bolster the use of cloud computing worldwide. Here we list a…

Future of the Internet

You are in the minority of world citizens who can access this online article. Out of the over 7 billion people inhabiting planet Earth, only 3 billion have Internet service. Cost is a significant barrier in many countries, but the logistics of Internet delivery is often the biggest hurdle, especially in remote areas. Furthermore, even…

Free vs. Paid Antivirus Programs

Some consider paid antivirus programs a better option in the long run, whereas others just consider it a hoax or a rip off. In fact, there are many reasons why you should opt for a free product and equal number of reasons for supporting a paid one. Kinds of Products There are four main levels…