Video of the Day

More than 48 hours of video content gets uploaded every minute to YouTube alone. Some of these videos are entertaining while some are useful and help us learn something.

Shopping with QR Codes

This is brilliant thinking. Tesco launched in South Korea as Homeplus. The company was growing in Korea but was still ranking behind the leader E-Mart.

The New Windows 7 Ad – Gone a Bit Too Far?

The new Windows 7 video ad features two college students, a boy and a girl, who are in different locations but manage to carry on the relationship with their laptops.

Tips for Shooting Better Home Videos

Steve Stockman, author of How to Shoot Videos That Doesn't Suck, offers five great tips that will help you shoot better home movies with your existing video camera.

What is Google PubSubHubbub?

You know that PubSubHubbub has something to do with RSS feeds but what exactly is PubSubHubbub and how does it help the real-time web?

Getting a Job Interview with Google Ads

New York based Alec Brownstein created ad campaigns on Google targeting the directors of various advertising companies where he wanted to apply for a job.

How to Turn any Pen into a Touch Screen Stylus

Learn how to make a capacitive stylus pen for your touch screen devices like the iPhone, iPad, or any other mobile phone. All you need is a ordinary pen to convert into a stylus.

Choosing a Good Stylus for your iPad

If you are looking to buy a good stylus for your iPad, this detailed video comparison should help you decide which stylus would be perfect for your needs.

Reading on Kindle vs Paper Books

This new TV commercial for Amazon Kindle suggests why reading books on a Kindle is just as comfortable as a physical book.

iPad, Motorola Xoom and Galaxy Tab Compared

If you are looking to buy a tablet, there's the Apple iPad, Motorola XOOM and Samsung Galaxy Tab. PCW editors compare the pros and cons of each of these tablets to help you make a better decisions.

Create Polaroid Effect in PowerPoint

This tutorial describes how you can apply a polaroid effect with textured paper to your photographs using only the image editing tools available inside Microsoft PowerPoint.