John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address: 50th Anniversary Google Doodle

John F. Kennedy gave his one and only Inaugural Address on January 20, 1961. Exactly 50 years ago today, former President made his most famous speech to the world. Google is honouring the 50th anniversary of JFK’s inaugural address with a special-made Google Doodle.

Apple’s Find My iPhone Feature Now Free With iOS 4.2

Apple has made Find My iPhone free to all owners of iOS devices with the release of iOS 4.2. In the past this feature was bundled into the Mobile Me suite, which costs $100 a year. It will also work with the Apple iPad running the upgraded operating system.

Speculation Mounts as Facebook Prepares for Event

Facebook is holding a mysterious event Monday in San Francisco. An e-mailed invitation sent to journalists and bloggers says only “please join us for an invite-only event.” But blogs have been buzzing with speculation, a big one being that Facebook will announce an e-mail service, its answer to Google’s Gmail.

Facebook Email: Secret Project Titan (FB Mail)

Facebook is set to launch its latest Google-taunting product on Monday: the long-anticipated Facebook email system. The launch of an @facebook.com email is not itself a great surprise – the existence of a secret project officially known as Project Titan and unofficially as “Gmail killer” has been circulating since February.

Michael Jackson Breaking News Hits on Internet

King of pop Michael Jackson’s breaking news hits on the web. So, it’s create a buzz and hot search in Google Trends. The first single from Michael, the set of unreleased Michael Jackson recordings due Dec. 14, is streaming this morning from Jackson’s official site as promised. It hasn’t been made clear exactly to what […]

Find Chuck Norris I’m Feeling Lucky: Google

People searches, where is chuck norris i m feeling lucky? Find Chuck Norris “I’m Feeling Lucky” is making a big buzz today on Google hot trends. If you are into Google and type “find Chuck Norris” into the search box, then click the “I’m feeling lucky,” you’ll be fascinated by hilarious result regarding Chuck Norris.

Top 50 Most Popular Women on the Web Photos

Top 50 Most Popular Women on the Web photos and pictures can be found here. COED Magazine has compiled a list based on Google search results that is flying around the Internet, sporting some surprises Justin Bieber comes in at No. 7 and some givens Lady Gaga tops the list at No. 1.

Why Wont My Parakeet Eat My Diarrhea and I Am Extremely Terrified Of Chinese People: Craziest Google Suggests

“Why wont my parakeet eat my diarrhea,” “I am extremely terrified of Chinese people” and “Why can’t I own a Canadian?” are just three of the countless strange and surprising “Google suggests” to be found.

Firesheep Firefox Add-On Hijacks Twitter and Facebook

If you didn’t already know that plain HTTP sessions are utterly insecure, here’s proof: A new Firefox addin named Firesheep captures sessions on open Wi-Fi networks and goes one step more sinister. It finds users logged into Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, Dropbox, Evernote, WordPress, Flickr, bit.ly and more, and lets you take over their sessions […]

Android Gets Popularity More Than Blackberry in Market Share

In this summer, BlackBerry loses market share to Android. In August 2010, RIM’s phones lost 4.1% of the total smartphone share keep 37.1 percent of the US market. But Android has disrupted the position of BlaclBerry and at the same way picked up a high 6.6 percent to reach 19.6 percent of the US sphere.

Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer Announces Windows Phone 7 Release Date

Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has announced that the company’s Oct. 11 launch of its Windows Phone 7 operating system for cell phones coming soon in the local market that it finally has a compelling story in mobile phones.

Google Instant Search Blacklist Not an Exact Science: PC World

Google recently launched Google Instant–providing streaming search results as you type. However, Google has blacklisted certain terms from the Google Instant results to protect minors or those with more delicate sensibilities. The problem, though, is that some of the terms have dual meaning or are borderline offensive, excluding potentially legitimate search results from the Google […]

Google Launches “Google Instant” and Searching Now Faster Than Speed of Time

The Official Google Blog- Search as you type. It’s a simple and straightforward idea—people can get results as they type their queries. Imagining the future of search, the idea of being able to search for partial queries or provide some interactive feedback while searching has come up more than a few times.