We can now store and use information of large sizes in our daily life, at home or work, from text documents to multimedia. Dealing with such large data requires separate set of technologies where traditional database systems fail to serve adequately. Such data are now called as ‘big data’ and different attributes are employed to define such data technically.
Google+ turned two on Friday. To mark this occasion Google’s social network has launched new badges and buttons for websites and has also made improvements to its photo management feature.
According to a report released by Russian-based security firm Kaspersky, the type of online crime known as ‘phishing’ has surged by almost 87 percent worldwide during the last 12 months.
According to a survey conducted by Google India, out of the total 150 million Internet users in the country, around 60 million women in India are now online and use the online medium to manage their day-to-day life.
Today search engine giant Google is celebrating the 161st birth anniversary of German bacteriologist Julius Richard Petri, with an animated doodle.
Google has rolled out a redesigned Gmail for both mobile and web in a single inbox, by offering a simple design and organisational tools to help users better control their inboxes.
Search engine giant Google announced on Monday that its extensive bike directions on Google Maps have reached several European countries, including Germany, France, Poland, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein.
In its continual effort to help users to have a better experience with its services, IT giant Microsoft has added a Windows button to two of its latest mice namely the Sculpt Comfort Mouse and the Sculpt Mobile Mouse.
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled a new Xbox console that represents a major upgrade on the US-market-leading Xbox 360 model.