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Amit has been writing for Techie Buzz since early 2009 and keeps a close eye on web apps, Google and all things Tech. He also writes at his own tech blog, Ampercent. Follow him on Twitter @ amit_banerjee

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Google has just added a full featured scientific calculator in Google search, thereby allowing you to perform complex scientific and trigonometrical calculations using only your mouse.

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Google has added more features to the publisher toolbar and now allows Adsense publishers to block an ad, directly from the publisher toolbar interface. When you see an annoying ad on your website which you think is irrelevant and doesn’t add value to your visitors, you can block it right away

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Starting today, you can use your Bing webmaster tools account to tell Microsoft the sources who are maliciously linking to your website. There are situations when a spam site, a porn site or a low quality site rips you off and links to random pages on your site

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Do you want to find nearby friends on Facebook or Facebook users who are at the moment very close to your location? Thankfully, Facebook has recently introduced a new feature which allows you to find nearby Facebook users in just a few mouse clicks.

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Facebook announced on its developer blog that the social network will introduce easier notification controls for applications, groups and other sources. Now users will be able to mute or unsubscribe from a notification “type” directly from the notification drop down menu.

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[Editorial] Post Penguin Update, Can Competitors Harm Your Site Through Link Bombs?

Since Google Penguin update is now live, can competing sites harm your rankings through spam links and black hat deceptive seo techniques? What should you do in order to recover from Penguin update?

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Anonymous India Declares War On Censorship, Hacks Reliance Communication’s Network

Anonymous, the infamous hacker group decided to have a go at Indian Government and they managed to take down Indian Government websites. Now they are going all guns blazing towards Reliance and they have successfully hacked into the servers of Reliance communication, a sister concern of Reliance Entertainment.

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Google has recreated the Les paul with todays Google doodle. By featuring a full featured synthesizer (electronic keyboard or modern version of the classical piano) on its homepage, the doodle is paying tribute to Robert “Bob” Moog.

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Twitter Blocked In Pakistan Over “Blasphemous Material” Of Prophet Muhammad

Exactly after two years, Pakistan Government authorities have yet again blocked access to micro blogging site Twitter.com on the issue of “blasphemous images” of Prophet Muhammad

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has just married his long time girlfriend Priscilla Chan. Minutes ago, Mark updated his Facebook relationship status as “Married”

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Google Docs Adds A Research Sidebar, Makes Fact Finding Easy

Google Docs, Google’s cloud office suite recently integrated with Google Drive has added a research sidebar to its interface. The research sidebar allows you to select content from the document and find more information through the research pane or from the right click context menu

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Managing a website is easier said than done, as it is practically impossible for a person to keep an eye on his site’s uptime all day long. Bigger the website, larger the problem. There are so many technicalities and so many aberrations that you have to rely on a service which would check your site’s uptime every other minute and notify you when your site is unreachable.

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SunVPN is one of the major VPN service providers who have servers around the globe – running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. SunVPN is the go to option for home users who want their own secured connection tunnel which would allow them to access blocked sites and browse the web through secured glasses.

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Here is a little hack which you can use to automatically reply to birthday wall posts on Facebook with your own custom “Thank you” message. Your friends, (who have wished you “Happy birthday” on Facebook) will have no clue that your reply was posted automatically

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Using Dropbox links, you can quickly share photos, documents, videos, MP3’s, PowerPoint presentations, Word documents and other files with users who aren’t yet using the service. Click the “Get Link” icon next to any file or folder and Dropbox will open the file in a new browser window

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