Now that Wi-Fi is everywhere and getting safer, you might not need a mobile carrier by 2020.
Advertisers have traditionally tracked the success of an online ad campaign based on whether users click; generally, the more clicks an ad gets, the more successful it's deemed.
But Facebook has argued for years that the click-through rate doesn't tell the whole picture. In fall 2012, Facebook's VP of Measurement and Insights Brad Smallwood made the case at a conference in New York, pointing to a Nielsen study at the time showing a mere 0.07% correlation
While it might sound like a fantasy to have robots folding your laundry and driving you to work in the future, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said on Wednesday that he's afraid of artificial intelligence, and doesn't understand why more people aren't concerned about how it could impact the future.
It is well known that our habits have changed since the advent of the Internet to our daily life. Increasingly, the things we do on the Internet and shopping is one of them.
With the Cord Project, a pair of former Googlers are aiming to encourage people to use their smartphones for something a little unusual — talking to other..
Today, YouTube announced that its Web video player will now default to HTML5 over Adobe Flash to add more flexibility for developers, bloggers and consumers.