Most people know about the difference between Firefox and Internet Explorer in the Internet industry. We also know what FTW is and what the difference is between ASP, PHP and RoR. At least we know what the difference is.

If you meet a businessman who has not ever heard about Digg, Google Apps or the Freemium, you'll be very surprised. Is not it right?
KlauS 24 september 2012, 14:13

A weather forecasting as predicting of something is a complex computer task that has difficulties to follow the description of mathematical models. However, the forecasting of weather conditions that are narrowed to a particular location, region, city or a square kilometer, as the prediction of risks for the population and infrastructure is an entirely different type of task. In order to solve it, the IBM has created a system of hyperlocal forecasting that is the Deep Thunder.
KlauS 11 april 2012, 18:48

Yesterday Twitter unveiled a new version of its interface. Its design is simplified to make it easier, faster, and richer experience. The new design will be the same for and mobile applications. In addition, TweetDeck application is updated and ready for the new version.

Visit and find out more details about the upcoming changes.
Skull 9 december 2011, 17:54

Google's lead designer for search, John Wiley told about the new unified interface of Google’s services in a presentation at UX Week 2011. According to Wiley, it was the result of the biggest redesign in the history of Google. Interestingly, this interface has nothing to do with Google +. It is associated with Google +, because it was the first product of Google that used it.

Larry Page decided that Google needs a better interface right away when he became the CEO of a company in spring. Google Creative Labs that created Google’s Super Bowl ad and many others of the Chrome ads designed a new interface and the Google’s designers have been really surprised that finally they were allowed to create something bold.

Larry Page was very pleased with the result, although many employees of Google did not like a new redesign at first (especially the new interface of Gmail), but they have changed their opinions in a few days. This is a pretty big and important change for Google, and it was really surprising to find out that this was the idea of Larry Page.
Pirat 16 october 2011, 17:02