If you were dazzled when the Internet brought you the site that turned your words into pirate or pimp speak, you are going to have fully prepare yourself for the awesomeness that is a site that translates your words into images from the result of a Google Images search. The site, called The Image Language, is kind of like reverse charades.
Picture for a second that none of us can read, and we can only publish pictorial content. What would the Internet look like? The most interesting picture on a website would win our click. That's what.
It's been nearly two years since Verizon first started rolling out lightning fast 150Mbps FIOS Internet. Come next month, the Internet will load twice as fast — if you can afford it.
While a lot of folks try to self-diagnose using the Internet (Web MD comes to mind), it turns out that the simple way someone uses the Internet could point toward depression. A recent study finds that depressed persons surf the...
Do you have the need for speed? Wi-Fi speed? Who doesn't? Boy, do we have good news for you! A group of Japanese researchers have just broken the record for wireless data transmission in the terahertz band resulting in data transfers that are 20 times faster than standard Wi-Fi.
Launched by Microsoft Research, Moscow State University and UC Berkeley, ChronoZoom has, oh, just about 14 billion years for you to learn about as you travel through time. You didn't have anything else planned today, did you?
When you mention the Encyclopaedia Britannica to people over 30 they will likely recall memories of pouring through one of its volumes to finish all kinds of grade school projects. The reference books that have been a cornerstone of living rooms and libraries for 244 years announced yesterday it will cease printing and will live on entirely in its online and digital ventures.
Did you know that over 250 million photos are uploaded to Facebook every day? That's just part of this fact — so check out the rest of the statistic to find out more about those images. Yes, the stats for porn are included.
The pop world's most controversial dresser and queen of Twitter and YouTube is launching her very own social network. Aptly named "Little Monsters" (that's what she calls her fans), the site's leaked beta screenshots suggest her cult community network closely resembles that of the rising Pinterest.
I've long been jealous of Kansas City (it has more fountains than any other city besides Rome!), and my reasons for jealousy have grown: Google is finally ready to install "thousands of miles of" fiber optic cable between the two Kansas Cities as part of its Google Fiber network. This means faster Internet speeds, which is even more important in our post-SOPA world (a whole two weeks later).