This illustration says a lot about the evolution of writing on the web and our decreasing attention span.
If you like to give ThinkFree a try, there's no need to create another set of credentials as ThinkFree, like Zoho, now supports Google Accounts.
Your guide to the top technology podcasts that cover Internet, computer software, gadgets, viral web video and productivity tips.
Hitwise released their stats for the 20 most popular websites based on traffic to that domain. The list also includes the top four email websites and is therefore a good way to measure the relatively popularity of different email services.
Google Reader now provides an option to translate RSS feeds to your native language. So the next time you’re subscribing to a feed in a foreign language, just check the “Translate into my language” option.
MSN Toolbar and Silverlight for Java Users - This is part of a new deal between Sun and Microsoft to promote Windows Live Search and other Microsoft products like Hotmail and Live Messenger among Internet users who have Java on their desktops.
Think you are expert at Windows Vista? Then take this Vista Quiz from TechNet and find out how you much really know about the Microsoft OS.
A popular belief among the SEO community is that links from .edu or US gov domains carry lot of weight in the eyes of search engines and hence, if any of these trusted sites link to your own site, your natural rankings in Google will get a boost.
Microsoft is giving a free a copy of OneNote 2007 for any teacher that views the webinar and completes the survey at the end.
NoVirusThanks is a simple online virus scanner which can quickly check suspicious files for viruses, worms, trojans or spyware.
Wikipedia has added a very ugly donation banner to all its pages as part of a $6 million fund-raising campaign.
Steve Ballmer has indicated that Microsoft might consider using Webkit, the open source rendering engine used by Apple Safari and Google Chrome, in future versions of Internet Explorer.
CNN's hologram technique used conventional cameras to capture multiple images from different angles and beam them live.
Someone took the interface of Adobe Photoshop software and created a real-world model similar to that Photoshop image.
StarOffice, which is a Microsoft Office like productivity suite from Sun, costs around $70 but the world got a chance to download this software for free as it was bundled with Google Pack.
Blogger today launched Reactions, an instant ratings feature for your blog posts.
You need no hacks to read those Word 2007 files (docx) files without Office 2007.
The next time you have to choose an avatar for a social network or forum, avoid selecting your favorite Homer Simpson or Jack Sparrow avatar. Or you may well get into trouble.