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This year marks the 13th since Google Chrome was publicly released on December 11th 2008. A couple of days prior to Chrome’s launch, a blog post titled “A fresh take on the browser” was released and explained that Google were releasing this new browser as they believed they could “add value for users and, at […]
In any business, maintenance is key to longevity, accuracy and results. This also translates into your website, chosen software and existing technology stack. But if you want to build a new project or develop an existing website, you need to ensure both the client-side and server-side are continuously updated. So you can effectively interlace useful […]
Google has had many birthdays, all in September, the 7th, 8th, 26th and the 27th. Google first celebrated its birthday with a doodle on the 27th of September 2002 which is probably why this date has stuck. The company itself doesn’t exactly know its official birthday but we do know that it was founded in […]
On this day 13 years ago, Google introduced the first commercially available smartphone that used the Linux based Android operating system. So let’s go back to where it all started, 2005 when Google purchased Android Inc for $50 million. When it came time for Google to enter the smartphone market, instead of being the hardware […]
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Linux, so to celebrate I’m going to give you a quick run down of its history and influence in the modern computing world. What is Linux? Just like Windows and iOS, Linux is an operating system, and simply put, Linux is everywhere. Android, one of the most popular […]
Today marks the birthday of Alan Turing, a legendary mathematician. It is also pride month and there is a new £50 note out today. Read on to see how these are all related in the life and legend of Turing. WHO IS ALAN TURING? Alan Turing (born June 23rd 1912, died June 7 1954) was […]