Category: Internet Facts

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History Of Amazon.com

Jeff Bezos coined the term Amazon.com from the earlier name Cadabra.com. It was the excellent way to present large volume online bookstore. But did he have hidden intentions? It is hard to believe but in […]

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Deep Web Facts

The Deep Web, often called the Hidden Web, Dark Web or Invisible Web, is a part of the Internet that is not indexed by regular search engines and often not reachable using ordinary web browsers […]

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Facebook Privacy Facts

One of the major points that Facebook scored over all of the other social networking sites, at least initially, was its stringent in privacy settings that gave you a sense of security and safety regarding […]

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Firefox Facts

All over the world, the net users are familiar with Mozilla Firefox, a free and open source web browser. It came from Mozilla Application Suite managed by Mozilla Corporation, formed originally by Netscape Communications (AOL […]

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Skype Facts

Skype is a medium of voice communication which can be used with the aid of the Internet. Skype has been designed based on the Kazaa file sharing program. The headquarters of Skype is in Luxembourg […]

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Google Pagerank Facts

Here are some facts about page ranks that a webmaster should keep in mind. The sites do not have a page rank, pages have. PageRank to some level is link referral program. The page “A” […]

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Google Quantum Algorithm

Several reports suggest that in the past three years (article written in 2009) Google has developed a quantum algorithm that is capable of automatically recognizing and sorting objects from videos or still images. This has […]

Twitter Facts

Twitter is a micro-blogging social network service which allows users to share not-so-important things in their life by answering a simple question: “What are you doing?” Answers to this question are organized in a short […]

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Yahoo name facts

Yahoo the complex internet organism has complicated name. Word “Yahoo” is shortcut for “Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle”. It was coined by PhD candidates at Stanford University: David Filo and Jerry Yang.

Internet Addiction Facts

Are you addicted to your online connection? Are you one of those crazy folks that can’t wait to read the email with your morning coffee? Doctors are calling it serious addiction combined with: Cybersexual Addiction, […]

Facebook Facts

Facebook was originally named TheFaceBook and it was developed by Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg. The first use of the FaceBook was on the Harvard campus and it was limited only to Harvard students. Soon the […]

What Is Google?

Google, the Internet search company founded in September 1998. by Larry Page & Sergey Brin, got it’s name from the word Googol, which represents number 1 followed with hundred zeros after it.

Myspace Facts

MySpace was founded by former Friendster members Chris Dewolfe and Tom Anderson in 2003. They saw opportunity to beat Friendster with more options and less restrictions for social network users. MySpace was purchased in 2005 […]