AR Games

In the late 1950s, an American physicist and inventor, Willy Higinbotham, constructed the first device that allowed a simple tennis game to be played after it had been connected to the TV set. Willy had no idea that this invention was revolutionary, and he did not patent this first video game.
A.W.2010-09-15 14:41

The Facebook Phenomenon

I suppose that for most people, realizing that Facebook is a monster came suddenly, recently and as something of a shock; even if they had used the social networking site to some degree in the past. Perhaps for some it was as early as June of 2007, when worldwide traffic on this relatively new startup first exceeded that of its biggest rival Myspace.
P.D.2010-08-14 23:53

China and Google – Tug of War

Do you know where the Google-China issue started? To answer this question, which country has the most number of Internet users in the globe these days? I think you should have guessed it right. 384 million users in China are topping the list. From only 23 million users in 2000, after ten years, their number has blown up tremendously.
Ł.K.2010-10-11 12:11