Author: Amit Banerjee Google Profile for Amit Banerjee
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

Amit Banerjee has written and can be contacted at amit@techie-buzz.com.
medium-digg-button

Digg has released new buttons and widgets for blogs and websites. There are 4 new buttons available and you can also create a Digg widget consisting of the most Dugged stories of your blog.

Read More

 

linkextend-installation

You can use Linkextend – a Firefox add-on to compare the Google PageRank and Alexa Rank of web pages from SERP’s. Linkextend also shows you whether a site is malicious and serves adult content or not.

Read More

 

import-contacts-firefox

The contact manager add-on lets you import your email and Twitter contacts in Firefox. This includes contacts from Gmail, Google Apps and local address book contacts, all at one place.

Read More

 

online-task-manager-todo.ly

Welcome to Webby Wednesdays – a brief compilation of some useful web services which we found useful during the course of this week.

Read More

 

twitter-to-gtalk

Twitter2Gtalk lets you automatically import tweets from your profile and set them as Google Talk status messages. The tweets are imported in every 30 minutes and tweets with “@” included are not included.

Read More

 

backup-tweetdeck-settings

Here are two ways which you can use to backup and sync TweetDeck settings across multiple computers. This involves using a TweetDeck account or running a Windows batch script to backup TweetDeck settings locally.

Read More

 

digg-redesign-coming-soon

The popular social voting site is planning an entire design makeover and you can spot the sneak page at http://digg.com/new. The new version of Digg is expected to be more user friendly than the current version.

Read More

 

browsed-mode-newspapers-google-news

Google news team has added a new feature which lets you read old newspapers in “Browsed mode”. This will let you view other editions of that same newspaper, if available.

Read More

 

crocdoc

CrocDoc lets you upload documents, powerpoint slides and PDF’s from your computer and add quick collaborative markups. You can share the document URL with others and they can add their notes, comments etc in the document

Read More

 

linked-notes-wiki-style-note-taking

LinkedNotes is a simple note taking application for Windows. LinkedNotes lets you create notes and interlink them so that you can navigate around the notes quickly.

Read More

 

customize-right-click-context-menu

Right Click Extender enhances Windows right click context menu with useful functions such as :copy to folder, move to folder, control panel, task manager etc. You can add and remove these entries quickly and without having to install anything.

Read More

 

Do you remember Google Search Wiki? It was a feature which allowed users to promote specific links in search result pages. SearchWiki allowed users to customize search results with their own rankings, by voting or removing links etc. Not anymore, since Searchwiki has been replaced by a new feature called “Stars”. “Starred items” in search [...]

Read More

 

clean-up-windows-startmenu

TidystartMenu is a freeware utility for Windows which lets you organize Start menu items into custom folders. You can delete broken shortcuts and back up and restore the settings as well.

Read More

 

Chromepad-google-chrome-extension

ChromePad is a Google Chrome extension which lets you write notes in Google Chrome. You can add text and links and the notes are preserved even if the browser is restarted.

Read More

 

trendsbuzz

TrendsBuzz lets you compare the searches that are popular among the different Search engines and News sources. Sources include: Google, Twitter, Alexa, Yahoo and more.

Read More

 

 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN