It’s great to have indoor plants, they improve air quality, control room humidity, and help us feel good. However, busy as we are with work and family we frequently forget to give our garden the much-needed TLC.
Here at OneBigInternet (OBI) we use Read It Later to categorize and organize all of the various content we find online. Today (to our surprise) we found ourselves looking at a new home screen, a new domain, and a new name.
share Last year we wrote extensively about Augmented Reality and the real posibility of the technology being used in devices like digital glasses and even contact lenses. Earlier this year Google was rumored to be working on such glasses.
share With the rise of smartphones and tablet devices, reading a printed newspaper is somewhat outdated. Most people prefer to go to the newspaper’s online version to stay updated with current events, even if it’s behind a paywall.
share For the first time, Africans are going online thanks the growing smartphone market powered by Korean electronics company, Samsung. The company’s new line of products are having success thanks to the “Built for Africa” initiative.
NASA’s newest traveling laboratory, Curiosity, apparently spends its leisure time on Twitter. The journey to Mars started at the end of November. Curiosity’s trip to the Red Planet is about 352-million miles.
Google has once again stuck it’s neck out and released a joint project with Samsung – the new Chromebook Series 5 550 and its compact buddy, the Chromebox Series 3. With these two products Google hopes to take the fledgling...
Facebook has recently released a major update to its official application developed for Windows Phone users. The new version, 2.5, is a big step towards making the Windows Phone app identical to the iOS and Android application for Facebook.
share Facebook‘s rival Google+ has recently announced a major redesign. The company says the new design is much simpler, more flexible and more beautiful which touches every functionality and feature of the social networking site.
share YouTube has quickly become more than a place to upload and share your videos. It’s perfectly fitting for YouTube to allow users to edit their videos too. Now, the most popular platform has made enhancing the quality of your video even easier.
share In direct competition to Dropbox and other cloud storage services like Amazon’s S3, Google is apparently working to release its own cloud storage service named Google Drive. Google hasn’t officially announced anything about this.
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