[Source: This article was Published in telegraph.co.uk BY LMike Wright and Ellie Zolfagharifard - Uploaded by the Association Member: David J. Redcliff] Using the internet is physically changing our brains so that we have shorter attention spans and worse memory, a major study has suggested. A rev...
[This article is originally published in dailytrust.com.ng written by Zakariyya Adaramola - Uploaded by AIRS by Member: David J. Redcliff] Google is giving users back some control over their data. The internet giant is introducing a new feature in account settings that will allow users to delete loc...
Last month’s Brexit referendum taught me something about my social circle: I am Facebook friends with an astonishing number of experts in European politics and foreign economic policy. And here I thought they were mainly old classmates and colleagues. Among my social media circle, there seemed to ...
In October 1969, UCLA student Charley Kline was attempting to send the word “login” over to the Stanford Research Institute using the internet’s precursor: ARPANET. At first, the system crashed, only managing to send the letters “i” and “o”. But an hour or so later, the full message wa...
Whether you want to top up your knowledge on a subject or learn a completely new skill, there is no shortage of online courses to help you on your way. In fact, there are so many choices, it can be difficult to figure out which platform suits you best! If you want to help upgrade the skills of one o...
Internet-savvy Indians are hooked to Google, Facebook, and Amazon, a report released by media management company GroupM says. An average Indian with internet access spends over 200 minutes monthly on search engine Google, the report says....
In today's world, standing out among a sea of qualified job candidates includes establishing your own personal online brand that speaks directly to potential employers. According to CareerBuilder's annual social media recruitment survey, 60 percent of employers use social networking sites to resear...
The coder Dan Schultz released a search randomizer called Internet Noise, which offers a way of veiling one’s real interests online. Sometime before dawn on March 29th, not too many hours after Congress approved legislation that allows Internet-service providers to sell your browsing history to w...
It isn't hard to find games online, but there are some prominent websites that have games you won't easily find on your own. They're little secret Easter Egg games that are extremely entertaining ways to waste your time. Here are 5 secret games that exist in your favorite apps and websites: 1. Chrom...
The internet is relatively easy to use and easy place to be as compared to the physical world clouded with harsh realities and no Google, Bing, Yahoo or DuckDuckGo to answer your queries within a few seconds. Yet there are people around us constantly asking us to Google something or the other for...
Optimizing for local search is important, but if you aren’t optimizing for mobile, you’re going to miss out on your most important source of local traffic. For years, Google has been improving the relevance of local search, from its “Pigeon Update” to Promoted Pins. And since there are m...
Youngsters are using social media and streaming content without supervision NEARLY half of six-year-olds surf the web alone in their bedrooms, shock research shows. The youngsters are now as internet savvy as ten-year-olds were in 2013. Forty-four per cent are browsing the internet, on social media ...
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Did you know that the popular and friendly search engine, Google has hidden a number of games that can help you to get rid of boredom? Euroffice has collected all the games that you can find hidden on Google, and Android devices that can help you to kill that occasional down time: Games hidden in Go...
As we bring 2016 to close, jobs site Indeed looked back at some of the key moments from the year and how they affected jobseekers. This year has certainly been an eventful one. From the recent US election and the Rio Olympics, to Brexit and Pokémon Go, we haven’t been lacking in excitement, both ...
Don’t we just love our Google data, folks? I swear, we have the best Google data! Granted, Google has already censored crucial election data, but thank god that the Google Trends tool is still a thing. Even though we know that Trump is going to win by a landslide, it remains unclear that Google ...
Seventy percent of in-store purchases are preceded by a check on mobile, according to the findings of a new study from Google and market research firm Purchased. The study of 1,000 smartphone users, which resulted in more than 14,000 responses, found that 96% of consumers use their phones to condu...
For the casual internet user, a quick Google search is often all it takes to find plenty of information on any particular topic. But for specialized financial research, analysts often find themselves laboriously searching proprietary databases, regulatory filings, and paywalled sources that aren’t...
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