Ever wondered just how often and by how many people update Wikipedia? Just now, someone in Paris edited the article on scientific notation and a few seconds later, the article on cooperative storage cloud was updated in the Czech Republic. This real time map will give you a glimpse of [...]Read More »
Most users today probably take for granted the fact that they can access the web at any given time with their smartphone. But there are many people out there who can’t afford to buy a smartphone, or a phone with a basic web browser.
Now, Wikipedia is aiming to bring [...]Read More »
Harlem shake is a dance from the 1980s from Harlem — with origins in Africa — that has recently gone viral on the web due to the countless parodies. When most people hear about something they don’t know about but want to learn, they google it. When you google a [...]Read More »
I’m not sure what’s more amazing here, the fact that Wikipedia member ‘West.andrew.g’ has spent 3 whole years downloading and analyzing data traffic across Wikipedia’s English-language pages as a research project, or the fact that right below Facebook, United States, YouTube, and Google is Justin Bieber. Sigh.
West.andrew.g has posted [...]Read More »
Remember the days of the hardback encyclopedias? The ones that salespeople would go door to door to try to sell? Yeah, well, aside from colleges, universities, and libraries, no one really has those anymore. We all use Wikipedia now (whether you admit it publicly or not). My question to you [...]Read More »
Wikipedia. World’s most influential website. #5 most visited website in the internet. And now we have a Windows 8 app of our favorite reference site. The app must definitely be on your download list. Not because the app is awesome. But because it has become a necessity in our [...]Read More »
All companies (minus the patent trolls) offer some sort of product or service. Often times these companies have slogan which attempt to reflect their value or what they stand for. If Google, Apple, Twitter, and Wikipedia were to think of corporate slogans that match what people really use their products [...]Read More »
Thanks to the popularity of always-on broadband and mobile devices, Wikipedia is only a click away for many people. However, what if you want to be able to access Wikipedia offline. Or, maybe print Wikipedia articles. What do you do? There are, of course, many options to download Wikipedia for [...]Read More »
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About Windows Software of the Day
Windows has hundreds of thousands of programs. Because of this great volume [...]Read More »
The following is a description of Wiki Encyclopedia Pro, as per the developer:
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Wiki Encyclopedia Pro: fast access to Wikipedia for your Android phone, without the ads!
- Wiki Encyclopedia Pro gives you access to Wikipedia, formatted for your Android mobile phone.
- The application remembers your Wikipedia language