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YouTube has been working on a number of new features for its videos, and the latest experiment involves adding the ability to watch a concert or a sports game from multiple angles.
After coming under heavy fire for the way Facebook manipulated users' feeds for a social experiments, the social network is now saying it has tightened up its guidelines for such research.
Those pesky developers over at Twitter are playing around with a select base of user accounts yet again, treating favorited (or starred) tweets just like retweets! The horror, the horror.....
Google has launched a new experiment that allows Chrome users to literally 'browse' the entire Milky Way. Called "100,000 Stars" the data is generated from among others, NASA and the ESA.
The world's most popular search engine, Google, has confirmed it has begun limited testing of a new search results page that updates as you type your query. SEO consultant Rob Ousbey spotted the change and recorded...
Yahoo put another music track without DRM (digital rights management) on sale through its Yahoo Music service Tuesday. The Norah Jones single "Thinking About You" sells for $0.99, in MP3 format on Yahoo's music store,...
Here is something for all of you to get involved in. The BBC this week launched their Climate Change Prediction Experiment. While the experiment itself is a tongue twister to say out loud, participating couldn't...
One group tried get out ahead of the lobbyists and demonstrate the usefulness of P2P in areas not usually covered by the mainstream media, and they've used SP2 to do it. Downhill...
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. last week canceled a closely watched experiment using radio-frequency identification systems to track individual merchandise. But rather than signal waning enthusiasm for RFID, the decision shows how companies are focusing on the...
In an experiment that could bring the computing world closer to an advanced method of data storage, a team of scientists successfully reproduced an image that was digitally encoded and momentarily stored within a liquid...