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New Flock Social Browser Based on Chromium

Just when we were thinking the good old social browser Flock is dying a slow death, they have come back renewed! Flock has just released a new version of their social browser this time based on Chromium. Chromium is the open source browser project Google made Open Source when they released the Google Chrome browser. [...]

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Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk is my favorite online to-do manager and even has a great RTM iPhone app too. I use Gmail and Remember the Milk extensively everyday. So, naturally Remember the Milk for Gmail Firefox extension has been such a wonderful tool for me. I can access RTM from within Gmail. This is pretty huge [...]

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Which DNS Service Should You Use?

Which DNS Service Should You Use?

Google recently introduced Google Public DNS service. Last week, I wrote about what Google Public DNS actually means to you. If you are not aware of what it is I recommend reading that post before reading this further. With a couple of different options with DNS Servers now between your ISP’s default DNS server, the [...]

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Quick Tip: Save Google Reader Stories as PDF Documents

Quick Tip: Save Google Reader Stories as PDF Documents

Google Reader just introduced a few useful features. They have made it easier to share Google Reader stories in your social mediat sites like Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, StumbleUpon, etc. You can turn this on by going to Google Reader Settings page and selecting the services you want to use. They also added a very useful [...]

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Latest Android Smartphone – HTC Sensation 4G

HTC has been cranking out best selling Android Smartphones. The most recent release in the HTC lineup is the HTC Sensation 4G. HTC Sensation 4G  is powerhouse in terms of hardware specs. It sports a 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor running the latest Android Gingerbread software. The 4G actually works at 4G speed on [...]

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How to Manually Update Chrome Extensions?

Google Chrome is fantastic when it comes to updating chrome extensions automatically. But, there is an extension that has gotten a nice update you read about but your Chrome browser has not updated it yet. Instead of waiting for Google Chrome’s scheduled update to kick off, you can update it manually. Here’s how: Type in [...]

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Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

You’d hardly forget your main Gmail account password. But, if you had multiple Gmail accounts for various passwords, it might be hard to remember them all especially when you set different passwords for them. Also, forgetting passwords is easy when you have just changed your password to something really secure and you don’t login to [...]

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Forget Curating Your Own Google Reader

Google Reader is probably my second most visited site in a day after Gmail. As much as RSS readers have and RSS feeds have gained popularity, a vast majority of people don’t want to take the pains of setting up their Google Reader account with the sites they want to follow. Google Reader has released [...]

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Gmail Free Calls in US Extended Through 2011

Google introduced free voice calling within US & Canada in Gmail back in August. With this feature, we could just call any phone number from within Gmail from the chat menu. Google has extended this free phone calls from Gmail program through all of 2011. Check out gmail.com/call for more information on this. { via [...]

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Add reCAPTCHA Protection To Your Websites

Add reCAPTCHA Protection To Your Websites

Google recently acquired reCAPTCHA which had an unique approach to fighting spam. Captcha is that squiggly words/numbers that some sites ask you to enter to confirm you are indeed a human and not some bot trying to spam a website comment system or registration system. reCAPTCHA was a free captcha service that had a dual [...]

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Delicious to Google Bookmarks Import Script

It is no secret that Yahoo has expressed it lack of commitment for the popular bookmarking service Delicious. I have been leaning more towards Xmarks since it was last acquired by LastPass. However, Google Bookmarks is a viable option for a lot of people and now there is an import script available. Google has made [...]

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Tip: How to Free Up Space on Your Android Phone?

My friends know that I am an iPhone fan but I always have an eye for all things Android. I just came across a nice article on Read Write Web on how to free up space on your Android Phone. This will be helpful to those with an Android smartphone. The few things you can [...]

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Google Launches Person Finder to Help Japan Earthquake Victims

It is a very sad day for the people of Japan. My heart goes out to all those who are suffering from the 8.9 earthquake and the tsunami that followed it. Google has created a Person Finder tool to help the earthquake victims locate their friends and family. Google did this for the New Zealand [...]

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Google Nexus S Available in Best Buy Today

Google Nexus S Available in Best Buy Today

Google announced their second phone – Nexus S recently with some impressive specs. It has an awesome 4” contour display, 1Hz Hummingbird processor and comes loaded with the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread version.   Google’s own phone- Nexus One is popular among techies as they provide a pure, unadulterated Google Android experience. And I am [...]

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Rainmaker Fills Your Google Contacts With Social Info

I have been using Google Contacts as my primary contacts database for a while now. I even sync my iPhone to Google Contacts and try to maintain a nice address book there. But, with so many friends over at Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter and their contact information different or incomplete in different areas it is [...]

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