The Internet had completed 30 years on 1 Jan 2013. In last thirty years internet has changed the lives of billions of people in every part of the world. The computer network formally begins its technological revolution on 1 January, 1983.
On 01/01/1983 also known as “Flag Day”, the US Department of Defence-commissioned Arpanet network fully switched to use of the Internet protocol suite (IPS) communications system.
Using data “packet-switching”, the new method of linking computers paved the way for the arrival of the World Wide Web.
The internet connection speed had turns out to be 830 times faster on average during this 30 years time and it’s hoped that this speed is going to increase more and more in coming years.
With the inclusion of mobile internet and social networking sites the ‘Internet’ has become the most popular platform for not only to find information’s but also for socializing and entertainment. Without any age bar billions of people are using internet worldwide.
On Christmas Eve Google is celebrating “Happy Holidays” with an interesting and very attracting Doodle on Google.co.uk. Today is the beginning of Christmas Holidays in the most of the countries of the world.
Since 1970 Americans are using the word “Happy Holidays” to substitute “Merry Christmas” which has now become a popular holiday greeting among the public. The word is usually used between the phase of US Thanksgiving and New Year.
Google has come up with a novel web indexing system called Caffeine which provides fifty percent unsullied results for web searches than their last index, and it’s the biggest set of web content offered by them. Now it’s possible to find links to relevant content no matter it’s a news story, a blog or a forum post, much quicker with the help of caffeine. …continue reading
Today Twitter will come up with a much-anticipated business plan for making money through advertising, to end up with answering the question how the company will turn its exceptional escalation into revenue.
The advertising program, will be known as Promoted Tweets, will show up when Twitter users search for keywords that the advertisers have bought to link to their ads. Later, Twitter plans to show promoted posts in the stream of Twitter posts, based on how relevant they might be to a particular user. …continue reading
There is good news for all the cricket fans that YouTube will live stream all DLF IPL 2010 matches. Google India has signed an agreement with Indian Premier League and its licensing partner Global Cricket Ventures that will enable it to live stream all DLF IPL 2010 matches on a dedicated IPL channel on YouTube. According to the agreement, Google will have exclusive online rights for IPL content for two years and both Google and IPL will jointly share revenues from sponsorships and advertising on www.youtube.com/ipl and on www.iplt20.com (official website of IPL). …continue reading