If you're kind of person who loves to keep up with latest facts and figures, then you'll love World Data Finder, a data and chart extension for Chrome that serves as your "know it all" companion as you visit websites. It reveals data relevant to whatever you're reading, making sure you get the most accurate take, and it's all available within one-click. While this extension is perfect for students, journalists and bloggers, it's also great for anyone who wants to stay on top of the latest news-worthy facts. Created by Knoema, the makers of fact and statistic analyzing software, this extension comes from a name in the industry that journalists respect. Our guide will outline how to use the World of Data Finder Extension for Chrome.
Ever since Google’s live demonstration of Google Glass back at their 2012 I/O conference, the exciting reality of wearable technology became apparent to everybody who loves gadgets and technology. Google Glass is still in a phase of evolving, offering a limited, yet exciting amount of features which are completely and utterly unique in terms of delivery. Upon its release, we’re all expecting Google Glass to deliver far more than what is currently on the menu, and with a late 2013 or early 2014 release date, there is plenty of time for announcements to be made. Despite Google I/O 2013 shedding
We’re rapidly approaching the 2013 edition of the Worldwide Developers’ Conference. It’s the one time of the year when Apple throws a big party for developers and shows them what is coming down the tubes in the next few months. Past WWDCs have been eventful, with launches of everything from new hardware to brand new versions of iOS. This year has brought some serious buzz for Apple. There are rumors flying thick and fast about some changes imminent to iOS and their other products. Surprisingly, we don’t know much about what is coming. Aside from the usual tip-offs, it’s anyone’s
The Nokia Lumia 920 was a real winner for Nokia, becoming one of the first Windows 8 phones to hit over one million in sales and now Nokia wants to push the brand forward with a new design and improved specs. Nokia announced the Nokia Lumia 925 at London, sadly not alongside the Nokia EOS or Nokia tablet. The Lumia 925 is Nokia’s response to the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, the two major Android smartphones at the moment. While Apple may be considered the number one in smartphone sales, Nokia is trying to catch up and overtake them
Samsung has built an empire on the Android smartphone market, with sales of the Galaxy S3 overtaking the iPhone 4S. This huge empire may be on the verge of crumbling however, unless Samsung create some new products. The Galaxy S4 has been a success for all the wrong reasons, despite incredible performance and camera on the smartphone, the design feels like something from 2008, glossy cheap plastic. Going up against the iPhone 5 and HTC One, the Galaxy S4 feels like a cheap lump of plastic and the only thing pushing the Galaxy S4 over competitors is the huge advertising
During Google’s 2013 I/O conference, the announcement was made regarding a new Google Maps, with a brand new user interface and design. Today was the first day that Google allowed the public to preview and test out their brand new global mapping system. This Summer, the new Google Maps is expected to be officially rolled out to web browsers, iOS & Android devices. So, what’s new? The New Google Maps is now more interactive than ever before. For example, clicking anywhere within the map will automatically focus the user’s view on that location and show you helpful suggestions, such as
After weeks of rumours, Yahoo has officially acquired the microblogging giant Tumblr for $1.1 billion. The move by Yahoo will not change day-to-day activities at the Tumblr office and the two companies will remain separate, utilising different elements to work better. Yahoo has had a pretty rough time in the past few years and there have been some pretty raw acquisitions, with some leading to the demise of the purchased franchise. Tumblr users are hoping the microblogging website does not go down the same route. Yahoo’s big acquisition Yahoo has acquired ten startups since Marissa Mayer took over as CEO, almost
Google has always wanted its users to have a seamless transition from one service to the other. Over the years, Google has redesigned its services and apps to not only look like one another but also to function in similar fashions to make it easy to go from one place to another. Most services have even introduced storage space where a user can take advantage of Google’s generosity and store photos, music, documents and more online. Now, Google has combined Drive, Google+ and Gmail’s storage spaces into a single 15 GB bundle. Why make this change to Google storage space?
All the tech nuts wanting new smartphones and tablets from Google I/O will be going home disappointed with no new hardware revealed, but Google brought some huge new features for developers and software. This includes new Google Play services, Google+ redesign, a new cross platform Hangouts app, Hot Search, new Google Now Cards, Google Now on Chrome and redesigned Google Maps. Strangely, Android 4.3 and any mention of Google Glass was missing from the conference, the latter we can speculate is due to the 2014 release date but we really thought Android 4.3 would be coming to I/O. While 4.3
The Onion is well known for its satirical news, so when it started posting pro-Syrian news on Twitter with broken links, nobody really knew what to think. As the news progressed to deeper troubles within Syria, we could start to tell this was not The Onion and then the Syrian Electronic Army disclosed they were the ones behind the hack and latest Twitter and Facebook updates. Gaining access back, The Onion decided this would be a good way to pump a few articles out about the Syrian Electronic Army and the problems with Twitter’s security. Syrian Electronic Army trying out
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