Any idea what your favorite search engine will look like in the year 2048? The below might give you an idea. And I guess the pornography radio button should be the most clicked one.
Take the picture above as inspiration.
There are probably one hundred different ways to transfer files from one computer to another.
You can use mediums to transfer the files. For example, burn the files from the source computer onto a CD/DVD, or copy them onto a USB drive or an external hard disk and then transfer it to the destination computer. Did I mention you can also use a floppy disk as the transfer medium?
If the above methods do not sound too good to you, then another option would be to use USB cable. USB cables are cheap and readily available in any IT store. But, make sure you get the USB to USB type, not those that comes with your digital camera, or your MP4 player.
Still remember Apple TV? Have you got yourself this latest entertainment gadget, put it beside your home theatre and LCD TV?
At the moment, Apple TV plays movies, TV shows, music, photos, and podcasts only. But come mid-June, Apple TV will provide the link-up to YouTube’s hugh video catalogue. Basically, you will be able to search and play YouTube videos on your big screen! Isn’t that awesome?!
Auction giant eBay has recently acquired StumbleUpon, a San Francisco company that helps users discover and shre sites that fit their specific interests, for US$75 million.
StumbleUpon has approximately 2.4 million users, and is growing quite rapidly.
Bill Cobb, the President of eBay North America has the following to say;
Our intent is to support the growth and evolution of this community-based business, and StumbleUpon will run as a separate business unit within eBay Inc. Although there are no definite plans to share at this time, as the site evolves, we’ll be exploring the possibilities for synergies between StumbleUpon and eBay marketplaces, Skype, and PayPal.
eBay Senior Director Michael Buhr will serve as general manager of StumbleUpon effective immediately. StumbleUpon’s current founders and management team will remain in their respective positions and will work hand in hand with Buhr to enhance the StumbleUpon services.
By the way, have you tried the StumbleUpon Toolbar? Download it for free today and give it a shoot. It’s cool I assure you.
According to the latest statistics from W3Counter, Internet Explorer is still the favorite browser among Internet users. Internet Explorer 6.0 has a 49.54% market share, while the latest browser from Microsoft, Internet Explorer 7.0 has the 2nd largest share at 16.82%. That gives a total of close to 70% market share! This is not surprisingly as all Windows systems are preloaded with Internet Explorer.