Web gets new domain addresses like .guru, and .bike

The humble .com is set to receive some competition from a new set of unusual web addresses such as .guru and .singles! Internet users will now be able to register in targeted and specific domains ending in .guru, .bike, .singles, .plumbing and .clothing among others as a US company is offering a wave of new …

Matt Cutts: Facebook, Twitter Social Signals Not Part of Google Search Ranking Algorithms

There has been much speculation and misinformation in recent years about whether social signals from Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s webspam team, tackled the subject in his latest webmaster help video, which asks whether Facebook and Twitter signals are part of the ranking algorithm, and how much they matter. With all the speculation, this …

Google Buys A.I. Company for Search, Not Robots

“I’d like to go on a vacation somewhere warm over the summer, but only have a budget of $1,000. Where should I go?” If you search Google with a very long and human question like this, you will see a series of strange links to articles like, “7 Frugal Habits Everyone Should Develop,” “Successful People …

Big Profit at Facebook as It Tilts to Mobile

Ten years after its founding as a simple website for a few thousand Harvard undergraduates to manage their social lives, Facebook is a far different company. About 757 million people around the world used the social network on an average day last month, and three-quarters of them logged on using mobile devices.                                       Facebook’s business has …

President Obama wants to create six new technology hubs across the US

President Obama is aiming to increase America’s focus on technology and startups after revealing his ambition to create six new tech hubs across the US, CNET reports.                                      The proposal, which was made during the President’s State of the Union address this evening, aims to build on two existing hubs — located in Raleigh, North Carolina, …

5 Questions to Ask During Your Job Interview

It’s easy to feel like you’re in the hot seat during a job interview — you really want the position, you’re battling all sorts of jitters and it certainly doesn’t help that the stern executive sitting in front of you looks like he could use another cup of coffee                               What often gets lost in the …

LG announces G Pro 2; may launch at MWC 2014 next month

LG has formally announced to launch the G Pro 2 smartphone in February. LG Mobile has formally announced to launch a new Google Android based smartphone – G Pro 2 – by next month. LG has not revealed the specifications of the G Pro 2 but as the name suggests, it will be the successor …

Bill Gates beats Barack Obama to become the most admired person in the world

The Microsoft founder and philanthropist, who is worth $78.5 billion dollars, also beat Pope Francis and Stephen Hawking to gain the top position Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates is the most admired person in the world, according to a survey published today.                                      He narrowly edged out US President Barack Obama for the top spot …

Obama administration to allow Facebook, Google, others more NSA transparency

The Obama administration brokered a deal with Google, Microsoft, Facebook and other technology giants that will allow the companies to disclose more information about government surveillance requests targeting their users. The announcement Monday marks a victory for the tech industry, which had been fighting the U.S. government in court over the matter for months. But …