Want Google Reader to Stay? Sign this Petition!

March 17, 2013
RIP Google Reader

As you would already know by now, Google is going to officially kill “Google Reader” – it’s popular RSS news aggregation service – starting July 1, 2013. This also means all your third-party feed reader apps like FeedDemon, NetNewsWire, Reeder, Pulp and many more, which rely on Google’s RSS service will also be buried along with Google Reader. You are now left with no choice but to start looking for Google Reader alternatives or shift […]

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Free Summarizer to Shorten Any Text Online in a Few Seconds

March 11, 2013
Free Summarizer

How many times does it happen; you find an informative article online and because it is quite lengthy, you end up not reading it, just because you were running out of time? It happens to me a lot of times, and in situations like this, I make use of the ‘reading list’ on my Mac, and later continue reading the article on iPhone or iPad. If you don’t have an iPhone or iPad, you can […]

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Common Mistakes Made In Website Designing

July 13, 2012
Common Mistakes Made by Web Designers

Nowadays, it has become quite easy for one and all to grab expertise in any field. One needs to make just few searches and watch some ‘How-to’ videos to do anything. However, it is not that simple. One of the most common breed of people growing by reading self-help eBooks are those claiming themselves to be web designers. Web developers think that a domain, web space and knowledge on HTML are what one would require […]

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Hostgator Acquisition By EIG – Good Or Bad For Customers ?

June 30, 2012
Hostgator acquisition by Endurance International Group

One of the biggest news circulating over the internet from last three days, most especially the webmasters, is the acquisition of Hostgator by Endurance International Group. EIG acquired Hostgator at $225 million USD. This was the rate offered by Mr. Hari Ravichandran, CEO of EIG which was hand on accepted by the CEO of Hostgator Brent Oxley. This being one of the biggest news is spread all over the webhosting forums and most the webmasters […]

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Broadband Hack – How to Increase the Speed of your Internet Connection

June 3, 2012
Increase Broadband Internet Connection Speed

Broadband internet connection is the ideal thing for anyone accessing the internet in the modern-day. With a fast broadband internet connection, companies are able to reliably communicate with each other in a faster means and internet users find it convenient browsing from their homes. The speed of the connection can vary greatly, so it is important to carefully select DSL service providers. And many a times, even though you have got a great Broadband provider […]

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Google Drive and Its Comparison With DropBox, SkyDrive, Box.Net & SugarSync

April 30, 2012
Google Drive vs Dropbox vs SkyDrive vs SugarSync vs Box

After being in rumours for almost 5 years, Google officially launched Google Drive – its cloud sharing and data storage service. The service went public last week and you can now share and store documents, videos, photos, PDFs, Google docs and many other files with this new and innovative cloud sharing service from Google. Google Drive offers a 5 GB data storage space and allows you to store files on Google’s servers. You can even […]

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Google Drive Finally Launched – Offers 5GB Free Online Storage

April 26, 2012
Google Drive Launched

After being in rumours for almost 5 years, Google finally launched its online cloud storage service, Google Drive. The service was announced to be available to the public at the Google’s official blog. Google Drive comes with 5GB of free online storage with loads of features. Just to let you know, Google Drive is not the first of its kind and it already has competition from some majors in this field – Dropbox, iCloud, Microsoft’s […]

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Google Drive Cloud Sharing Service to be Launched Next Week

April 17, 2012
Google Drive

[Update] – Google Drive Online Cloud Storage service has been launched. Google is going to launch its much anticipated cloud storage service, Google Drive next week. As reported by TheNextWeb, Google Drive will be available for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android and will be free. It comes with 5GB free online storage and of course, you will be able to buy more space at an additional price. The 5GB free space that Google Drive comes […]

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LogMeIn Launches Cubby Cloud Storage Service to Compete With the Likes of Dropbox and iCloud

April 16, 2012
Cubby-Cloud-Sharing-Service-by-LogMeIn

If you have ever accessed your PC remotely, there are very good chances that you did it on LogMeIn. If  you are not aware of LogMeIn, it is a well known remote desktop access, file sharing and system management service using which you can access any of your systems’ desktop from anywhere in the world. LogMeIn have now launched their cloud sharing service, Cubby which is still in beta mode. This is a service which […]

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Role of Internet in Providing Quality Information For Technical Seminars

February 12, 2012
The benefits of Internets for Students

The internet has been a crucial and key part of communication over the last decade. It has increased its grip on the world as a means by which to socialize, work, train and entertain. As the internet evolves, there are always moments where the possibilities run away from us and the opportunities must be grabbed before they are lost. Companies, businesses and individuals alike must therefore take advantage of what is on offer, integrate it […]

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Want Google Reader to Stay? Sign this Petition!

March 17, 2013
RIP Google Reader

As you would already know by now, Google is going to officially kill “Google Reader” – it’s popular RSS news aggregation service – starting July 1, 2013. This also means all your third-party feed reader apps like FeedDemon, NetNewsWire, Reeder, Pulp and many more, which rely on Google’s RSS service will also be buried along with Google Reader. You are now left with no choice but to start looking for Google Reader alternatives or shift […]

Continue Reading →

Free Summarizer to Shorten Any Text Online in a Few Seconds

March 11, 2013
Free Summarizer

How many times does it happen; you find an informative article online and because it is quite lengthy, you end up not reading it, just because you were running out of time? It happens to me a lot of times, and in situations like this, I make use of the ‘reading list’ on my Mac, and later continue reading the article on iPhone or iPad. If you don’t have an iPhone or iPad, you can […]

Continue Reading →

Common Mistakes Made In Website Designing

July 13, 2012
Common Mistakes Made by Web Designers

Nowadays, it has become quite easy for one and all to grab expertise in any field. One needs to make just few searches and watch some ‘How-to’ videos to do anything. However, it is not that simple. One of the most common breed of people growing by reading self-help eBooks are those claiming themselves to be web designers. Web developers think that a domain, web space and knowledge on HTML are what one would require […]

Continue Reading →

Hostgator Acquisition By EIG – Good Or Bad For Customers ?

June 30, 2012