Ramayana was one of the oldest epics of the world. It is a long Epic and it deals with the Life History of Lord Rama. Even now Ramayana is one of the favorite bed time story for most of the Indian kids. But what if Ramayana can be explained in the form of Facebook activities. Take a look at the Below picture and Whoa man ! you will surely like it.
Google is always easy to use. Now, you can play with Google. Ricardo Cabello a designer/developer has created Google Gravity. A fun filled site, in which the elements of the Google Home page are subjected to gravitational force and they fall down.
Wikipedia is quite possibly the most ambitious internet venture ever. An internet encyclopedia constantly updated by an anonymous crowd of users; over the years it’s gone from internet inside joke to invaluable resource for trusted information. Most of the time, anyway, here are 15 interesting facts about Wikipedia that you might not know.
Facebook Photo Zoom is a simple, light-weight extension for chrome, that integrates directly into Facebook so you can see the larger images of photo albums, profile photos and more whenever you hover over a zoomable image!
In the competition between Facebook and Myspace it is very clear that Facebook won it. But Myspace was once the undisputed leader of Social Networking sites, but facebook started at a dorm grew fast to eat up Myspace to become the largest ever social networking site in the world.
What if Famous Historical events had facebook updates. See the below image to know it for yourself. Its Damn funny.
Jailbreaking an iOS device is a tedious job as it requires lot of work to be done. If you are a kind of person who wants to be on the comfort zone always, then here is the savior for you.
An installed web app could be separated visually from other tabs, could integrate better with the OS, and could be granted increased permissions. Installing a web app in Google Chrome is easy and quick, with no restart required. At its simplest, installing a web app is like creating a super-bookmark to it,