The Apple iPhone and Apple iPad are some of the most revolutionary and beloved devices on the planet. So many people use them, in fact, that providing a user friendly, integrated means for publishers to sell and install content on these devices is a valuable
Every few years a major "new" study is released by the auto insurance industry showing that red light cameras make intersections safer. That is what the headline usually says, at least. Traffic intersections with signal lights can be enforced using cameras that detect when a
Since its inception, Google has enjoyed the "good guys" reputation in the computing community and beyond. Google has been the inspirational force behind dozens of "good" movements online and off. Products like Gmail, Google Apps, and more have not only pushed the boundaries of free
Google announced today, and that announcement was re-broadcast via unofficial Google spokesman Matt Cutts to make sure people actually noticed, that the company had released a long-awaited command line tool for accessing Google. Well, sort of. If by accessing Google, you mean accessing everything except
Is Facebook’s new Like Button really a Google killer. Will the Likes of social networking prove more desirable and powerful than Google’s search engine rankings based upon number of links?
Every once and a while a news story comes along to remind us that any technology has its limits. Yesterday, in Alabama, a semi-truck driver drove his rig into a 12-foot high tunnel. His trailer was 13 1/2 feet tall. There are sensors which detect