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Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

I can’t count the number of times I had to leave Gmail to open a new tab in Firefox to do a Google Search to include a link in the email. Gmail Labs has made that a thing of the past. Google Search in Gmail I can perform Google Search right inside Gmail now. It […]

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Gmail Priority Inbox Finds Your Important Emails

Gmail Priority Inbox Finds Your Important Emails

I am sure getting overwhelmed by email everyday is the norm these days. I am no different. But, with Gmail and its filters and labels and stars and zillion cool labs features, I try keep my sanity when I am looking at my inbox. And it works to a certain extent. Still a lot of […]

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Google Spreading Some Free WiFi Holiday Cheer

Google Spreading Some Free WiFi Holiday Cheer

Google was in the news recently for announcing free Wi-Fi to all passengers on Virgin America flights this holiday season. Now, they have extended the free wi-fi offer to passengers traveling via these 47 airports in the US. So, if you one of the millions who will be spending time at airports around the US […]

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Find Out-of-Touch Gmail Contacts With Etacts

I am a heavy Gmail user and not shy about sharing my email with people I meet and want to stay in touch. This means I wake up to 20-30 emails every morning and go through a bunch more during the day. With all this chatter, I have lost touch with a few people who […]

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How to Use Gmail’s iPad Interface in Your Desktop?

Google just rolled out a nice two-pane Gmail interface for the Apple iPad and other tablet devices like NotionInk ADAM. If you have been wondering if you could try it out in your desktop without selling an arm and a leg for an Apple iPad, you are in luck. It’s the age-old switching user agent […]

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RSS Full Feed Problem Fixed

RSS Full Feed Problem Fixed

I am glad to say that the RSS full feed woes are finally over for me. I hope I didn’t drive off too many readers with these problems. What went wrong? Although I would love to put my finger on it, the real cause is still eluding me. But, here is the sequence of steps […]

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How to Get the New Gmail Minimal Look?

Google has just started rolling out the new minimal look for everyone? If you are like me and don’t see it yet, here is how you can enable it right now. Just go to Mail Settings Go to Themes tab Enable Preview or Preview (Dense) Other than the new minimal look, Google has also moved […]

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Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Google Tasks has been a welcome addition for a lot of Gmail fans. Plus, Google Tasks has been made available from a variety of Google web apps like Google Calendar, etc. The only downside so far is that Google Tasks opens in a small window inside of Gmail or Google Calendar. Google Tasks can now […]

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Samsung Galaxy S II Launches with Impressive Specs

If you are tired of all the Verizon iPhone news over the past few weeks, there is some refreshing news for Android fans. Samsung has just released a sequel to their popular Galaxy smartphone and has named it Samsung Galaxy S II. I am not too crazy abou the naming but I think it makes […]

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Shot of Caffeine for Google Search

Google has enjoyed a nice and solid slice of the web search industry. They were good at indexing the whole Internet and providing relevant results. However, the web is changing. More and more people are searching for real-time news and the web is getting richer and richer. Microsoft has seen some really good success with […]

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Google Chrome OS And Chrome Webstore

Google announced Chrome OS a year back and they have finally come out with a version to get feedback from real users. So, Google is piloting a program where they are going to give selected users a Google Chrome OS tablet and get constant feedback from users. We’re starting with the U.S. and will expand […]

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ShanKri-la RSS subscribers – Please read

First of, I would like to apologize to those who have been annoyed in the past 2 days by the partial posts in ShanKri-la feed. If you wondered if I have switched from full posts to partial posts, the answer is NO. I have no intention of forcing anyone to click over to my site […]

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Can Your Small Business Move to the Cloud?

Cloud computing isn’t new but it definitely is gaining steam. Google has been pushing it’s cloud computing offering Google Apps a lot lately. In fact, my wife uses Google Apps for her freelance work and is very happy with it. It is free for limited use but it usually is plenty for small operations like […]

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Best Mac RSS Reader Apps

Reading RSS feeds with Google Reader is sufficient for most people. However, dedicated Mac RSS reader apps have their own advantage that a webapp cannot provide. Let’s take a look at some of the best Mac Reeder for Mac This one should come as no surprise to those who use the Reeder iPhone app (and […]

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samsumg series 5 google chromebook

Samsung Series 5 & Acer Cromia Google Chromebooks

Google recently announced the availability of their Chrome OS laptops or officially Chromebooks for mid june. You can now order the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook in 3G or WiFi model and the Acer Cromia in 3G or WiFi models as well from Amazon. They are both scheduled for a June 15 release. Chromebooks come with […]

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