How Google Images can help you research your family history like never before
Why you can’t judge a social network by its number of users
BBC investigation doubts value of Facebook advertising
Irish PM to NYSE: We can become the cloud computing capital of the world
Two tourists capture stunning murmuration of starlings above Ireland’s longest river
In space everyone can hear you flush the toilet
How do you flush a toilet in space? From the sounds of it, very carefully. Commander Chris Hadfield reveals more of life on the International Space Station
Is Lego about to embrace the Dark Side by releasing an official 3D printer? #aprilfools
Is Lego about to embrace the Dark Side and release an official 3D printer? Let’s have a look.
Show how nerdy you are with these retro posters
Show off your nerdy credentials with these retro, and public domain, movie and propaganda posters.
Caught speeding? Blame the font used on the road sign
Who knew a font could cost so much money? The wrong font used on some UK motorways might let thousands of British motorists off of speeding fines and convictions.
Even YouTube can’t distinguish the Samsung Chromebook with Apple’s MacBook Air
Samsung’s latest Chromebook is so similar in exterior design to Apple’s MacBook Air that not even YouTube’s graphic designers can tell the difference, apparently.
This retro accessory can help protect you from smartphone radiation
This retro accessory could help protect you from cell phone radiation – here’s how to get tawkon’s retro blue handset
Forget the Mayans, Google Now predicts the world will end on December 21,2012
For get the Mayans’ centuries old predictions; Google’s Siri competitor, Google Now, predicts the world will end on December 21,2012
From 1972 to 2012 – each of NASA’s Blue Marble images together
Watch NASA’s three Blue Marble, including its latest Black Marble, images animated and see more about how they were created.
Visualising the flow of public transport in major cities
It’s amazing what can be done with raw data. YouTube user STLTransit has created over 40 visualisations of public transport activity across major cities and regions in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Infographic: From sexting to toilet surfing – is this how you use your smartphone?
Of the thousands of emails, sms messages, & status updates you’ve read chances are many of them were sent from the toilet, according to this infographic
Get your photos featured for free on Times Square billboards with Google
Google is letting users display personal photos and messages on massive billboards in New York’s Times Square – here’s how do make your “For Everyone” message and share it with the world.
Explore Google’s Doodle corridor in its Los Angeles offices on Street View
What’s it like to work for Google?If you want to get a flavor than why not use Google Street View to explore Google’s Los Angeles campus in Venice Beach?
Infographic: The history of photography from the Daguerreotype to Instagram
Have a look at the history of photography – from the first photographic picture to Facebook, via instagram with this amazing animated infographic.
The best of Google’s Photo Sphere, so far
Google’s Photo Sphere is set to be Android Jelly Bean’s killer app but before too many users get to create their own Street View images here are some of the best from early adopters around the world.
Electric Ireland wants to reward Twitter users with caffeine – we approve
@electricireland wants to reward Twitter users at the Dublin Web Summit with free caffeine & a chance to meet some of the speakers through their Tweet Café
Facebook now has a billion active users, but what does that really mean?
Eight years after launching Facebook has reached 1 billion active users, but what does this number really mean? This video infographic shows exactly what.