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Google Maps ages better with more features

Google Maps ages better with more features

Google Maps has become one of my main everyday search tools. I use it to lookup addresses, phone numbers for business and location at one shot and even sometimes use it to call the business right from the web. Google Maps have added a couple of new features that I really liked. Embed Google Maps […]

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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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Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2007-08-09

Let’s take a look around and see what other bloggers are talking about lately. Ultimate Guide to time saving for Bloggers – Tips and Resources – Shankar Ganesh Most of us are blogging after our regular work schedule and it does take its toll on our life after work. Shankar has some great tips on […]

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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 Chrome – New Kid in the Browser Block

Google Chrome – New Kid in the Browser Block

After years of Google working on it’s own browser, Google has released it today. Let’s welcome Google Chrome. If you subscribe to a few tech blogs, I am sure you are going to be inundated, even feel sick with news about Google Chrome. So, I am going to keep this brief and just show a […]

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Happy 6th Birthday, YouTube! [Infographic]

I was just listening to the audiobook – In The Plex: How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives (book review) and was fascinated to learn how YouTube was developed and what happened behind the scenes when Google acquired it. Well, it is YouTube’s 6th birthday and this little infographic Google has posted shows how […]

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Google gobbles Feedburner for $100M

Google gobbles Feedburner for $100M

I read rumors about the possible acquisition of FeedBurner by Google this week and now TechCrunch is announcing that they have confirmed this deal. It looks like Google is finishing up the DoubleClick acquisition before announcing their next acquisition. For those of you wondering who FeedBurner is, they provide a service which used by a […]

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Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Remember the Milk (RTM) task management application I use and absolutely in love with? It is a free online task management application that is so simple to use and is very capable. Folks at RTM have totally redesigned their home page and it is very functional and slick. Plus, you might have heard […]

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Gmail Now Previews 12 New File Formats

Gmail has been very adept at letting us preview common document formats such as Word, PDF, etc. This is very useful to view files with just the browser without having the software installed. Google Docs previewer that made this possible just became fluent with 12 new file formats. Microsoft Excel (.XLS and .XLSX) Microsoft PowerPoint […]

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Auto-Publish Your Feedburner RSS Feed To Twitter

Bloggers using Feedburner to publish your RSS feeds listen up. If you blog with hosted WordPress, you might have used a WordPress plugin to automatically publish your RSS feed to your Twitter account. Google has made automatically sending your RSS feeds to Twitter integrated inside your Feedburner account. To get started Login to your Feedburner […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-02-04

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-02-04

Yes! It’s time to look at some more cool, new, shiny Firefox extensions. easyComment: If you are into blogging, this experimental add-on is a must have. It automatically fills out blog comment forms. It also supports multiple commenting profiles and even language mutation. I used to use InformEnter but I am trying this now. FireScope: […]

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2011 Google IO Keynote Day 1 & Day 2 Videos

Google made some significant announcements in their 2011 Google I/O conference last week in San Francisco, CA. You can check out the keynotes from Day 1 & Day 2 here in these videos. A funny slide depicting the Android robot eating an Apple!  Day 1 had topics such as Momentum, Mobile and More Movies in […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 07-11-13

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 07-11-13

It’s time for another look at some of the Firefox extensions making the rounds this week. For the new readers, I do these picks post every couple of weeks or as soon as I come across enough extensions to warrant a post. You can see the previous posts in this series at the bottom of […]

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Make the Most out of FeedBurner’s Feeds-by-Email Service

Feedburner has offered feeds by email for a long time and it is one of the things every blogger using Feedburner could utilize. If you don’t offer a way to subscribe by email, consider how many readers who don’t use a RSS feed reader but like your content. You could be missing out on dozens […]

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The Rumor is True! Google is Building an Operating System

The Rumor is True! Google is Building an Operating System

We have heard rumors of Google’s plans to build an operating system for a long time. Guess what, it’s true! When Google released its Google Chrome browser 9 months ago, the Google OS rumors kinda died down. Plus, the mobile devices OS platform Android was also another reason. Google Chrome OS Not to be confused […]

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