Google's URL shortener Goo.gl has launched its open service and companion website to the public this afternoon. The service looks a whole lot like upstart innovator Bit.ly.
Fueled - Sure enough, YouTube seems like a nice place. There are happy banner ads, remixes of Bob Ross art instruction videos, and even some informative content as well. But, if you should ever wander off into the video comments section, you’ll find nothing but a hive of scum and villainy.
Does eliminating anonymity really clean up a community? What's the truth? Fueled takes a look.
With Microsoft's browser, Internet Explorer, rapidly losing market share has Microsoft engineered a cunning plan to turn users away from Chrome?