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20 years ago CERN created the World Wide Web. Now to celebrate, they are bringing back the original web pages at their original URLs for all to see, proof that no one knows how popular their inventions might become.
Facebook used to be cool, both for teenagers wanting to check the latest cat videos, and developers hoping to bring in lots of users. But now, it seems many are leaving the site. Is it time to ditch the most popular social network out there?
A new web engine is now be used for Google Chrome. What does this mean for users, developers, and web based innovation? Is this good news or bad news as the web grows up?
by Arturo Rubio
The first version of the free LomoScanner App is now available for download in the iTunes App Store. Designed to be used with the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner, the LomoScanner App allows you to scan 35mm film with your smartphone.
Google Treasure Maps allow you to view the world as if it was in a mystical movie with pirates, skull islands and treasures to be found, complete with an appropriate series of Street View photos.
Have you ever wondered how long you've been playing League of Legends? What about how many influence points you've accrued? Sadly, Riot doesn't really seem all that keen on providing access to this information (since, cool as it is, it doesn't really help you manage your account better). Thankfully, there's a utility that does - it's called LoL Quickfind.
by Arturo Rubio
Take a look at ten of the best applications available for your Android phone or tablet. Here you'll find image editors, organizers and other excelent tools for the mobile photographer.
I'm sure there are at least a few of you out there who've heard of ROBLOX. After all, as one of the largest user-generated game sites on the 'net; it's kind of a big deal, and getting bigger with each passing day. With this rapid growth in mind, the organization behind it is planning on branching out by expanding BLOXCON - ROBLOX's annual user conference. On Friday, I got the chance to speak to a few of the fine folks running the show.
Google Keep is a new product that the search giant introduced in order to compete with current note taking apps such as Evernote. But with Reader having been killed just a week ago, is Keep a keeper?