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.

A lot of Indian users are facing a typical problem of “Invalid name on PAN”, while the truth is that their names are actually same on both their PayPal accounts and PAN card. There is no way anyone can change their name on a PAN card which has already been registered with Govt of India, while on the other hand PayPal limits specific Indian accounts saying that “Your PAN card is invalid”.

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Google has decided to revamp the design of Adsense link units by making the fonts and layouts slightly bigger. Furthermore, Google is reducing the number of topics in all link units to four for horizontal orientations and three for vertical orientations

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If you don’t want to install Windows 8 but want to have a sneak peek on it’s UI features, try the Windows 8 UX pack for Windows7. The Windows 8 UX pack lets you preview Windows 8 visual styles, themes, wallpapers, fonts, colors and the Metro start screen, right within your existing Windows 7 installation. The visual elements will completely resemble the visual styles of Windows 8.

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Chrome remote desktop allows users to get access to another computer or share their own computer with anyone else, using a secured one time authentication code. You can use the extension to provide tech support to anyone who is using Google Chrome or a Chromebook, and has the extension installed.

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To completely revamp your Windows 8 Metro screen background, try Windows 8 Start Tweaker. It’s a useful portable utility which can be used to change the background wallpaper of Windows 8 start screen and choose a custom color for Windows 8 logon screen as well.

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Google’s Upcoming Circular Ad Formats Replicates Print Advertising On The Web

Google is experimenting with new extra wide ad formats which will mimic the look and feel of newspaper circulars. You have probably seen those extra large ad blocks on deeper pages of a Sunday newspaper and Google calls this “Probably the best ads are just answers”. Google is in talks with advertisers such as Best Buy and Macy’s Inc; the newer circular ad format is most likely to be rolled out for a selected group of advertisers in coming weeks.

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Facebook Timeline: A Walkthrough Of Your Entire Life On Facebook

Facebook timeline is a better visual representation of your life and the events surrounding it. It’s more of a controlled and customized page where you can organize the important stuff and create an online storybook, ready to be used as a reference in case a complete stranger stumbles on your Facebook profile

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Here are some easy ways to remove the Facebook real time news ticker and completely hide it from your Facebook profile, wall and news feed

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Starting October, Google will integrate the plus one button over Adsense advertisements and other display ads that are delivered from Google Display ad network. The +1 button will begin to appear on AdSense for content and AdSense for mobile display ad formats, which includes image, animated gif and Flash ads.

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The social site will soon let you auto-publish all your Facebook updates on Twitter, which includes status updates, photos, videos, events, notes and links that you have shared publicly on your Facebook profile.

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The good news for website owners is that Twitter is debuting Twitter Analytics – a new set of tools which will help you measure the traffic received from Twitter.com and measure the effectiveness of your Tweet Button integration.

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Click.To Transforms Everything On Your Computer Into a Hyperlink

If you’re anything like me and need a simple way to copy and paste stuff from one application to another, try Click.to. It’s a sweet little utility for Windows which lets you copy text and files from one application and paste it on any other application. Text, photos, videos, uploads – anything!

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YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen were busy preparing the blueprints of a new Delicious and a re-launch of the service seems imminent.

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Coming Soon: Unlimited Cloud Storage To A SkyDrive Account Near You

Microsoft will soon provide unlimited cloud storage for office documents and image files. Users will still enjoy 25 GB of free storage space for all other files with the 100 MB maximum file size limitation.

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The good news for Indian PayPal users is that PayPal has recently removed their withdrawal fee from funds withdrawal system which means, no longer you have to pay any fund withdrawal fee for whatever amount you withdraw to your bank. You can withdraw $1 or $1000 – no withdrawal fee will be charged.

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