Bitcoin is a digital peer-to-peer currency system, allowing payments to be sent and received anywhere around the world within minutes. While many individuals are still unsure of this newest currency, the use of Bitcoins has skyrocketed in the past year. Since their first release in 2009, their value has gone through the ceiling, increasing over […]
In 2012, People spent $59.1 billion during the Black Friday weekend and the Cyber Monday sales brought in $1.62 billion.
The Internet is amazing. It allows us to communicate instantly, search for and find information on nearly anything, stay abreast of current events and, of course, watch the latest cute animal video. But how does it actually work? Made up of servers (the machines) and clients (the users), the Internet uses a common language, called […]
The infographic looks at key statistics about broadband speed world wide and across the UK.
HTML 5 aims to improve upon its predecessors by enhancing the language and support while still being compatible and understandable by current media devices and web browsers.
Social Life – A Timeline of the life of Mark Zuckerberg from the movie “The Social Network”!
Is there any value in a Slacktivist? Can 500,000 people on twitter actually change something? Is hitting the streets and protesting the only real way to cause social change? Sortable takes a look at the rise of slacktivism, and the power this movement has.
Infographic illustrates the staggering amount of activity that occurs in just one day on the internet.
The Internet Revolution has placed knowledge and power in the hands of the people. But this seismic shift has not empowered equally – America’s disadvantaged have been abandoned, further deepening social divides.
The days of printing out a stack of resumes and handing them out at job fairs are definitely over. Social media is the new 24/7 job fair, providing amazing ways to constantly stay on the radar of prospective employers, but many people still don’t know how to utilize it. Don’t let your MBA go to […]