For years now, mobile usability has been a factor in Google’s search algorithm. Sites that are optimized suitably for use on mobile devices rank higher than their non-optimized counterparts, even on desktop devices. But until now, that ranking factor has… Continue reading
You probably get hundreds of emails a day. But not all of them are genuine. In fact, many people out there want to get your login information, credit card and banking information, social security number, and other sensitive data. They… Continue reading
Commuters would also have more free time to — what else — surf the web
Each year, roadway crashes account for $212 billion in damages, including deaths, non-fatal but… Continue reading
NEW DELHI: A new study of fluid intelligence, that is, our ability to think quickly and recall information, has upended conventional theory that it peaks at around age 20 and starts declining after that.
The study, based on test scores… Continue reading
Some people are better at navigating cocktail parties, family gatherings, and office meetings. And, as it turns out, they are better at the Internet, too.
That’s the word from Anita Woolley, a professor of organizational behavior and theory at Carnegie… Continue reading
The rise of free internet pornography is responsible for people increasingly deciding not to get married, according to researchers.
Scientists studied trends in marriage and internet porn proliferation and said the increased availability and reduced cost of pornography on the internet had a “causal” effect on people deciding not to tie the knot. Continue reading
It’s 2015 and what’s old is new again. You may have noticed people posting status updates with a seemingly-legally binding message protecting their photos and profile information from copyright infringement. Continue reading