• Survey: Americans not experiencing internet information overload

    Survey: Americans not experiencing internet information overload

    A survey of internet users in the US showed that the majority of people like having the internet’s resources right within their reach, while only a small fraction felt overwhelmed by the vast amount of data available online.

  • Brazilians spend most time online: report

    Brazilians spend most time online: report

    People might be inclined to think that Americans and Britons spend the most time on the internet, but a survey by A.T. Kearney shows that it is Brazilians who are actually the most addicted to going online. In fact, 71 per cent of the respondents from Brazil use the internet either all day long or
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  • Spiral of silence on social media

    Spiral of silence on social media

    A new study has found that social media does not encourage people to discuss controversial topics. In fact, it might even cause them to remain silent.

  • Social media shaking up the corporate world

    Social media shaking up the corporate world

    Social media has shaken up almost all facets of people’s daily lives, so it comes as no surprise that the corporate world is also banking on the trend.

  • Are We Still Keen on Social Media?

    Are We Still Keen on Social Media?

    According to a survey recently undertaken by Gartner, a firm specialising in technology research, we are not as keen as we used to be.

  • Google Releases Forms as Spreadsheets Input Method

    Google Releases Forms as Spreadsheets Input Method

    Google today introduced a new feature as part of Google Docs that will make collecting data for your spreadsheets very easy. Now, every time you want other users/team members/collaborators to contribute data to your spreadsheet, you can do so in a very simple way. Here’s how it works: you design a form with individual fields
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