We’ve launched and are now at iDigiD.com

Visit us at iDigiD.com We’re proud today to announce that we have launched iDigiD.com and will be sharing news, updates and much more from the site. We will no longer be updating iDigiD.Wordpress.com as we are moving all our operations, focus and dedication to iDigiD.com Features of iDigiD.com News: We keep sharing Tech and gadget … Continue reading

Indian man reunites with long-lost mother via Google Earth

Saroo Brierle, who was separated from his family at the age of 5, tracked down the name of his village and found it on Google Earth to reunite with his mother. Google Earth has proven to be a very helpful software for many, as it is used by Governments, Rescue teams in different countries and … Continue reading

Google pays $1 billion to Apple for being the default search engine

Do you know how much it takes to be the default search engine in Apple’s web browser Safari (and iOS devices)? Do you? Yea you do, you just read it in the title, its $1 billion. I am not behind this ‘finding’ but an Analyst Ben Schachter said this in a note on Friday Morning … Continue reading

Google celebrates Gioachino Rossini 200th birthday and Leap year with a Doodle

  Google celebrates Gioachino Antonio Rossini’s birthday who was an Italian composer who wrote 39 operas as well as sacred music, chamber music, songs, and some instrumental and piano pieces and the Leap year 2012. Gioachino Rossini was born this day, 29 February in 1792 and died on 13 November in 1868. His best-known operas include the Italian comedies Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville) … Continue reading

Google+ is dying with users spending 3 to 4 minutes a month

According to a new comScore report, users spent 3.3 minutes on Google+ in January compared to 7.5 hours on Facebook. In December, users spent 4.8 minutes on Google+ and 5.1 minutes in November. The usage statistics is going downwards. No reps from Google could be reached for comments on this but in a call with … Continue reading

Want to earn $1 million? Hack Google Chrome

Reblogged from Business Insider, originally posted by Dylan Love Google is putting up $1 million for anyone who can crack open its web browser and become a security threat, reports Forbes. Chrome has entered an international hacking contest called Pwn2Own for the past three years and left untouched, while other brand name browsers like Safari, … Continue reading

Google buys 32 typo domain names

Here is a list of 32 domain names that Google recently bought. These domains don’t reflect a new product or service but they are useful to the company as sometimes users type in the wrong name in hurry like ‘Gogle.com’ but it is not the name of the company however people are redirected to Google’s … Continue reading

Google is now paying users to browse the web… with an extension

Launching April 2012. We’re in Testing stages and we need Bloggers and Writers to contribute to this website. We are bringing news and updates to everyone in every way possible and we mean it. If you are Dedicated to the Digital World and if you love to talk about Technology, Gadgets, Business, Marketing, Social Media and Entertainment then hop in and share it with the world. You can work from your home or a space shuttle and reach thousands of people daily. Go to Careers to apply as a blogger/writer now.

In a new project that Google is working on, the company has stated that it is building a new panel to learn more about how everyday people use the Internet. The Project is called Screenwise. You have to be 13 years or older to enroll and as a panelist you have to add a browser extension … Continue reading

Google brings Chrome to Android Smartphones and Tablets

The popular web browser by Google is finally launched on its own Smartphones OS platform,  Android. Its in beta right now. Both Google products were launched around 3 years ago and are in demand since then. The Android market share has grown past Apple’s iOS and Chrome is already ahead of major browsers like Firefox and … Continue reading