You Won't Believe These Stunning Deleted Customer Reviews for Gold Medal All-Purpose Flour [1/4] I broke my foot while exploring an abandoned property and bought this product on the internet. But what the FUCK. When the box arrived, the flour bag had split open and there was fucking flour EVERYWHERE. Show More Summary
Living in the internet age means we have to decide when something is stupid faster than ever. We’re quick to label something dumb and move on, never exploring it further. That’s fine for your Twitter feed, but it’s an awful approach to your own creativity. Read more...
Microsoft has announced that the upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update will offer businesses some improvements if they use both the Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 web browsers. ...
While Microsoft Edge is the default browser for Windows 10 on all devices, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer still remains lurking in the background for users on Windows 10 for PC devices. In a new blogpost on the Windows blog, Microsoft’s Edge team detailed two new ways they would improve Edge and IE interoperability for the Entreprise. […]
For years, Internet Explorer has been the butt of jokes. Now, however, it might be time to pull our your violin and play a sad little tune for it: Firefox just stole second […]
StatCounter published its new report on browser usage today. The latest report from the firm reveals some interesting info about browser usage, and you probably already guessed the results. According to StatCounter, Chrome is top the browser with a market share of 60.5%. Chrome is being followed by Firefox with a market share of 15.6%. […]
Microsoft may have built a new web browser that is befitting of today’s Internet, but its decision to develop Edge and deprioritize Internet Explorer might be benefitting its rivals. Read More
By Liana B. Baker (Reuters) - Corvex Management disclosed on Monday that it owns 9.9 percent of Pandora Media Inc and urged the internet music streaming company to explore a sale. Corvex is run by Keith Meister, a protégé of billionaire...Show More Summary
One again we indulge in Romance Wanderlust, the column in which we make use of the Internet to explore romantic locations. As a household of Harry Potter fans, we were agog to realize that you can actually hang out at Hogwarts, AKA Alnwick Castle, AKA the site of multiple films and TV shows. Show More Summary
Chrome didn't take very long to become one of the most popular desktop web browsers in the world, and it stole users away from Internet Explorer and Firefox by addressing common pain points users had with these two top browsers. Now, Opera is making waves by stealing a page from Google's playbook. Show More Summary
The internet browser market share report for April reveals that Google's Chrome has overtaken old-timer and long-time leader, Internet Explorer.
If you use Internet Explorer, a new security study suggests that you ditch it for Chrome, which automatically stays updated and secure.
A week before Rolling Stone…The 10th Anniversary appeared on CBS, a blurb in The Times-News touted that “a galaxy of celebrities will present a lively exploration of the world of rock music” in a special that “reflects the attitudes and culture associated with rock and its audiences. Show More Summary
In the last few years, Google Chrome has become the browser of choice for millions of users around the world. While Internet Explorer still boasts the most users as a result of legacy installations, Chrome has been closing the gap relentlessly since its launch in 2008. Show More Summary
ZIYU YVONNE YAN explores the meaning behind novel expressions on the Chinese Internet. "The True Story of Ah Q," a novella by the famous early twentieth-century Chinese writer Lu Xun, is a classic in Chinese literature. The protagonist, Ah Q, is a poor peasant living at the bottom rung of Chinese society. Show More Summary
The politically minded Dutch design collective explore truth and lies in the internet era in new installation project, The Sprawl.
The comedian on which internet stars are handy in a crisis, and why he's not comfortable sleeping under the stars
Ahmed Abdellahy, a 33-year-old Egyptian, found religious extremism — and then found his way back out — a decade ago, well before the purveyors of extremist ideologies had proliferated across social media, and well before the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings shook open some of the Middle East’s most repressive autocracies and opened wide the fissures […]
From May 5 to Aug. 7, 2016, the Milwaukee Art Museum will present Penelope Umbrico: Future Perfect, the first major museum exhibition of New York-based photographer Penelope Umbrico. An artist whose career spans the advent of the Internet,...Show More Summary
Tricia Stamper is the Director of Technology Products at Florida Realtors and helps run both Form Simplicity, their popular paperless transaction management software, and Tech Helpline, the #1 help desk for real estate agents and brokers. Show More Summary