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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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Twitter, after unveiling a completely re-designed interface has pushed major upgrades on TweetDeck’s arsenal. A native TweetDeck client for Windows and MAC is available for free download, while you can use TweetDeck’s web interface at web.tweetdeck.com

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The New Twitter Is A Lot Better But Is it Inching Towards Complexity?

The Spartan form of Twitter’s old web UI was killed back in June 2011 and now, Twitter is all set to push another major redesign in coming weeks. Twitter’s new design is coherent with the re-design of their official Android app, the new web UI of TweetDeck and the native TweetDeck installer for Windows and MAC that runs without Adobe AIR.

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When you share a status update, photo or a link with a specific smart list, Facebook remembers your choice of the most recently used smart list. The next time you post something on your Facebook profile, the smart list option is retained from the previous update and not changed to “Public”.

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Earlier, when you clicked the name of an author from a search result page, Google would take you to the Google Plus profile of the author. This has been changed recently and Google now keeps the user on the search result page itself, showing more information about the author and some of his recent posts

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The Father Of Hyper Search Is Preparing A “Google Of The Future”

Massimo Marchiori, who created the Hypersearch technique in 1997, is launching a completely new search engine named Volunia. Volunia promises to offer a different perspective of search, when compared with other search engines that exist today.

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A Simple Hack To Preview YouTube’s Upcoming Design [Video]

We have recently learned that YouTube is testing another major design overhaul in the lines of Cosmic Panda, a fresh version of the 6 month old redesign experiment.

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Evernote Clearly Combines Distraction Free Reading And Web Clipping In Google Chrome

Evernote clearly is a brilliant chrome extension which lets you read webpages in a distraction free reading environment. With Clearly, you can save webpages for later reading directly into any of your Evernote notebooks.

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Mark Zuckerberg: Google is Trying to Build Their Little Version Of Facebook

In an interview to acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist, Charlie Rose, Mark Zuckerberg said that “Google is trying to build their little version of Facebook”.

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Google is testing a brand new right pane on search result pages. The new pane, called “sources”, provides more in depth information about brands, celebrities and popular figures

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Google Offers Free Websites To Indian Small Businesses: India, Get Your Business Online

Google India and Hostgator have joined hands to get Indian businesses online through their “India – Get Your Business Online” program. The program offers free domain name registrations (.in TLD only) for one year and allows small businesses to launch their website, powered by Hostgator web hosting.

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While Google Chrome’s cloud sync is perfect, the developers have added two more options under the sync belt – the ability to sync open tabs and custom search engines.

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Google has now made it easier to add author markup tags on pages which is beyond your control. There can be situations when you might not have enough access privileges to modify internal codes, template files and add the HTML code for author markup. In such scenarios, you can use your Google Plus verified email address to implement author markup and tell Google that you wrote this content.

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WinZip has debuted two new file sharing features – ZipSend and Zipshare; which allows you to share large files via Email and your Facebook account.

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Microsoft’s Official YouTube Channel Got Hacked – Video

It looks like an unknown hacker has be-seized Microsoft’s YouTube channel at YouTube.com/microsoft. The hacker has deleted all the original uploads and has uploaded a couple of brief videos, exposing the hack.

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Google has decided to retire internal sharing features from Google reader and integrate Google Plus sharing activity right within Google Reader, so you can quickly share content with specific friends (read circles) over at Google Plus.

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