23 Jun

How Much Data Is Generated Every Minute? ( Infographic )

Business intelligence firm DOMO shared this amazing Infographic, which shows just how much data is created online every minute.
Facebook users share 684,478 pieces of content. Twitter users post more than 1,00,000 tweets. Apple receives more than 27,000 APP downloads. WordPress users publish 347 new blog posts. 571 new websites are created every minute.

Check out this Infographic to find more interesting details about how much data is generated online every minute:

How Much Data Is created Every Minute

via Mashable.

27 Sep

Pakistan Supreme Court Website hacked


A hacker using the nickname “Zombie_Ksa” hacked the website of Pakistan Supreme Court and claimed that the website is in the “wrong and untalented hands”.

pakistan flag

The unidentified hacker asked the SC Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry to ban all the pornographic websites & do something to help the poor & hungry people.

The website was hacked just to convey message to the SC Chief Justice.

This is not the first instance. The Supreme Court website has been hacked in the past too.


12 Sep

The New York Times launched “India Ink” website


The New York Times has launched “India Ink”– an English Language website targeted towards India & South Aisian market.

The new site will be edited by The New York Times in India & the International Herald Tribune in Hong Kong, which is led by lead writer Heather Timmons, who is covering business in India for the last 4 years.

india ink

The website will offer news & analysis about Indian politics, business, sports, culture & lifestyle, and will provide a “distinct perspective on the news & events that matter most to Indians and those who follow news about India, both on the subcontinent and abroad”.

The site will also feature contributions from the journalists & writers based across India.


28 Aug

PETA launching their own “PORN” website to save animals


The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has announced that they will launch their own “PORN” website to draw the attention of billions of people all over the world.

peta website

The animal rights group will launch their own PETA.XXX site and will show people how animals are suffered for entertainment. PETA’s porn site will require to make some modification to internet domain names in order to register themselves on the www.peta.xxx website.



The move has been taken as the campaigns organized by PETA were too hot for TV ads & other form of media.

However, now the sexy side of PETA displayed in galleries & videos will quickly give way to the menacing world of animal mistreatment revealed by the group’s hidden camera investigations in a different and exciting kind of graphic content.


10 Aug

Top 20 Funny and Interesting Facts about Internet


1) 1 in every 5 people which are surveyed said that if the Internet would go down for one day, their lives would be horribly disrupted.


2) Dating.com sold for $1,750,000 in 2010.

3) Symbolics.com is the very first domain to be registered on the Internet.

4) 2004: There were 200 million number of hosts and there were over 46 million web servers.

5) 1995: The Internet becomes completely privatized after NSFnet shuts down and the World Wide Web becomes networks largest byte and packet mover.

6) If want to make some money, start writing a blog. Purchase a domain name, download WordPress at WP.com and sign up on Google Adsense to start making some money.

7) Do files get embarrassed when they get unzipped?

8 ) GoDaddy is the worlds largest domain registrar, with more than 40,000,000 domains under management. ENOM is a 2nd largest, with more than 10,750,000 domain names in their system.

9) U.S. e-commerce sales was $165.4 billion in 2010, up 14.8% from $144.1 billion in 2009.

10) Before the launch of Google, Yahoo used to show the search results alphabetically.

11) The first ever banner ad showed on the Internet in 1994. The ad was part of AT&Ts “you will” campaign, and was placed on the HotWired homepage.

internet first banner ad

12) Of the 247 BILLION email messages sent daily, 81% are pure spam.

13) Approx 77% of North America uses the Internet and in India, only around 8% of the population uses Internet.

14) 28% of IBM employees are Indians.

15) 1982: Time magazine named the computer its “Man of the Year”

16) 1 of every 8 married couples in the US last year met online: So don’t stop trying.

17) Google started as a research project at Stanford University, created by Ph.D. candidates Larry Page and Sergey Brin when they were 24 years old and 23 years old respectively.

18 ) 2009: The losses to Internet Fraud grew to $560,000,000.

19) It takes only one week for the users of Twitter to send 1 Billion Tweets.

20) Social.com sold in 2011 for $2,600,000. It will be interesting to see and find out how the name will be used.

27 Jul

Tech Industry face challenges from Internet Privacy Controls

If it's on the Internet, it isn't private.

The federal government has given a notice to technology companies like Microsoft, Google, & other tech companies to prevent consumers from advertisers from tracking their movements across the Web — or face regulation.

The technology industry has yet to decide and agree on a simple, meaningful solution to protect consumer privacy on the Internet.

Many Companies like Microsoft and Mozilla are coming up with various approaches of “Do Not Track” technologies.

– Microsoft has provided a feature called “tracking protection” in Internet Explorer 9.0 that lets users to create “black lists” of sites they want to blocked & “white lists” of websites that are acceptable.

– Mozilla has also provided a feature in its Firefox 4 browser that sends a signal to alert websites, advertisers & advertisement networks if a user does not want to be tracked.

-Apple is also expected to include a similar feature in the future, called a “header,” in its Safari browser.

But an industry-wide solution is required to fix all Privacy issues on the Internet.