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SweetSearch – A Search Engine for Students.

August 5, 2010 0

SweetSearch is a search engine which is specially designed for students, it uses Google’s search technology to provide us with the best results. But it’s results are very much accurate, since it indexes only 35,000 of the most relevant websites which had been handpicked by their staffs.

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Find Travel Routes Using Google Maps

August 4, 2010 0

Google Maps can help you in many ways. If you are planning to go for a picnic or just an outing, Google maps can help you to find the shortest route possible to reach your destination.

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HP Says No to Windows Phone 7

August 2, 2010 0

Hewlett Packard (HP) announced that they are not going to concentrate on mobile devices operating with windows phone 7 operating system. Rather they are going to concentrate on WebOS which is a property of Palm computers which they bought recently.

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100 Million Facebook Profile Data Leaked to Torrent Site

July 30, 2010 0

A 2.79 GB torrent file is out there in the internet containing data from 100 million facebook profile pages, but these data was actually available to everyone as no privacy restrictions were set. Hacker Ron Bowes from Skull Security created a crawler that pulled everything from Facebook’s open access directory, essentially giving him all data that people had set to allow anyone to see.

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How to Change Your Security Question in Gmail

July 28, 2010 0

A security question allows you to recover your account, when you have lost your password or when some one else hack your account. It is important that you setup a good security question, so that others cannot guess the answer for that question.

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Removing Spam in Gmail

July 28, 2010 0

Nearly 168 billion spam mails are sent everyday and hundreds of them come to our inbox too. Gmail is one of the best webmail provider to scan for spam and remove them automatically, but if you find some spam in your inbox you can remove them manually and can prevent them from coming again.

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Web Browsers That Support HTML5

July 28, 2010 0

Many popular web browsers are working to bring HTML5 technology into their browsers, because most of the browser crashes are due to the flash plugin and if it replaced by the HTML5 technology, it would increase the stability of the browser. These browsers are in beta stage, so download them and check the capabilities of a HTML5 browser.

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Keyboard Shortcuts for Gmail

July 26, 2010 0

Gmail is the leader among web mails. Mainly because of its large storage capacity and numerous features which it introduce very often. The main feature of desktop applications is shortcut keys, which make them easier and faster to use. Gmail was the first to bring this convenience of using keyboard shortcuts in a web-mail, which can be used to quickly browse your mails with ease.

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OpenBook – Search Facebook Updates

July 25, 2010 0

Openbook lets you search public Facebook updates using Facebook’s own search service. this was developed by Will Moffat, Peter Burns and James Home to mock at facebook’s privacy features. This website asks facebook to make the privacy settings much easier. Facebook’s inefficient privacy features has led to the development of lot of sarcastic websites which tease facebook, and Openbook is one among them.

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500 Million Users in Facebook

July 22, 2010 0

Facebook has crossed the 500 million user milestone in a matter of few years. The social networking giant is the second most visited site in the world and it is in the top of its niche covering 35% of the total population in social networking.

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New Interface for Google Image Search

July 21, 2010 0

Google has rolled out a new interface for its popular image search engine. A few months ago Google released a new interface for its search engine. And now this new interface for image search, has made it much easier to use.

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150+ Run Commands for Windows XP

July 18, 2010 0

Windows Run can be used to open an application faster. Instead of opening through the desktop shortcut or searching for the application in a big last that […]