In a recent article on ZDNet, it was stated that Google has finally indicated that it will support the Pointer Events API in Chrome. This decision comes after a lot of back-and-forth opinions throughout the development of the API, but it seems that Google is now happy enough that certain issues have been addressed and intends to proceed.
It took Google 3 tries to censor this happy Aussie flasher.
Who approved this?
I like to read. A lot. So much so, in fact, that my father-in-law installed a self-built six foot long bookcase in our house shortly after we moved in, and even that wasn’t enough to deal with the vast collection of novels, guides, encyclopaedias and biographies that I owned. Show More Summary
No device is perfectly secure, but the Pentagon is hoping the Blackphone comes close.
She hardly thinks she deserves to be Mom of the Year, but this story has a happy ending.
Caliber recently launched as a chat app for LinkedIn users. In a landscape where many apps add chat functionality as quickly as possible, LinkedIn has not yet shown such interest. LinkedIn has limited its messaging functionality to InMail, which operates similarly to email. Show More Summary
This month's #ContentMarketing roundup includes several articles to help grow your content marketing efforts in the coming months. The post This Month in #ContentMarketing: March 2015 by @dantosz appeared first on Search Engine Jour...
Our smartphones are more than capable of keeping track of our daily schedules, and our desktops make it simple to stay on top of tasks. It’s not enough that this capability comes included out of the box — there is an overabundance of third-party alternatives. Show More Summary
It's time for Obama to do something about it.
Mickey D's is considering making breakfast available all day. We couldn't possibly be more excited.
The right to be forgotten isn't just an EU thing anymore.
Google's April Fool's joke brings back nostalgia.
Nearly every established company has a pile of unstructured data that is just waiting to be used, but taking the eclectic mountains of old reports, call transcripts, emails, and other files and turning them into something useable often requires a huge investment not … Continue reading ?
The UK's top IP advisor has published recommendations on how Internet service providers should deal with online piracy. Among other things, it's suggested that Internet services should search for and filter infringing content proactively. Show More Summary
There are no joke posts here, and there won't be. I'd love to see other blogs and news sites make that statement. See also: This is not an April Fool joke.
Just don't call it a Spockumentary.
Don't let a robot take the wheel.