Plans were announced this week for Stephen Wolfram's first public presentation of Wolfram|Alpha. He'll be giving a sneak preview of his computational knowledge engine at Harvard Law School on Tuesday, April 28. If you cannot attend the presentation in person, we invite you to participate in the live webcast. For
Yahoo! Web Analytics are going through huge changes and I am really excited what is on the horizon over the next months. The data migration is taking place from the old Indextools data-centre to the new Yahoo! Data-centre. There are also some new YWA features on the horizon and am really
I was reading one of my favourite magazines WIRED (this year’s September version) and saw the following data on how traffic on the Internet breaks down. 45% is web traffic, must be HTTP and FTP, P2P has some 25%, Streaming has surprisingly low 8%, email has some 6%, VOIP has
Google has a new AdWords interface, it's actually in a the Beta phases (as many things are at Google) but it look really promising. The best changes are how the campaign management has improved alot. Great work Google, looking forward using it.
Wikipedia says "Wolfram Alpha differs from traditional search engines in that it does not simply return a list of results based on a keyword, but instead computes answers and relevant visualizations from a corpus of known information." Wolfram Alpha is a new search engine due to launch in May this year