Τον παγκόσμιο χάρτη με τα μεγέθη των χωρών ανάλογα με το πόσες ιστοσελίδες φιλοξενούν, παρουσιάζει η βρετανική εταιρεία Nominet.
These days, smartphones are a one-stop payment, personal health, work, gaming, productivity, texting, tweeting, Facebook-checking machine. We use them to do just about everything, from mobile banking to navigating new places, to emailing out last minute notes on a project.
Five hundred million people spend 100 million hours watching videos on Facebook every day, according to the company's latest update. Previously, the company gave average daily video counts, with the latest tally reaching 8 billion per day.
The video, created by the Munich-based YouTube channel and design studio Kurzgesagt, was released on Monday, shortly after Facebook announced it was generating 8 billion video views each day. Kurzgesagt's video has gotten more than 1.1 million YouTube views in that time.
No matter how easy it has become to shop online, sometimes you just want to visit an actual store. Why? Because the in-store experience matters. And it is improving all the time, thanks to technology.
The cable plan you signed up for promised up to 300Mbps of blistering Internet speed, but reality has proven to be somewhat different. You’re barely topping 25Mbps, Netflix doesn’t work upstairs and by 7 p.m., no one seems to be able to stream anything at all.
When Facebook decided that it would spend a billion dollars (though in reality it turned out to be $715 million) to buy Instagram, a San Francisco-based photo-sharing network, it was a decision that was met with raised eyebrows, some tears and a lot of anger.