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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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Gmail has released two new themes – Light and Dense which lets you test the upcoming redesigned version of Gmail. Gmail’s redesigned inbox is clean, compact and clutter free.

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Google+ is not another Facebook clone. Read our in-depth review of its salient features to find out why.

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Google’s latest social gig Google Plus is out and lots of people are jumping in right away. At this moment, Google Plus is available as invite only, we have some invitations to give away here.

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Google TakeOut Makes It Easy To Export Your Data Out of Google

Today, Google has unveiled yet another product at google.com/takeout which allows users to export their data out of Google for all Google products they are currently using.

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Google has just introduced yet another update on how content and links are shown on search result pages. Starting today, you might see a small thumbnail of the author placed on the right of a search result.

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Twitter has launched an official site at media.twitter.com/newsrooms which provides detailed guidelines on how to use Twitter to find sources, embed tweets on webpages or promote your own stuff on Twitter.

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The latest version of Google Chrome canary build (14.0.802) houses a lot of changes to the new tab page, sync options and the way apps, bookmarks and the list of most visited sites appear on Google Chrome

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Fetch.io is a cloud download manager which can download files from third party download servers e.g rapidshare, megaupload,mediafire to your Fetch.io account and lets you download them later.

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Skype has recently announced a new beta version of their desktop client for Windows users which offers deeper Facebook integration and a new call control toolbar

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Google is testing yet another design change of their search result pages by removing the I am feeling lucky button, changing the order or links and adding a background to it’s header.

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Google is at your rescue again, with the introduction of “Me On the web” – a personal reputation management tool available on your Google account dashboard.

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Starting today, you might see a “Top References” section at the bottom of Google search result pages which is an improvement to how related searches are shown on Google.com

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Google’s Les Paul Guitar Doodle Gets It’s Own Homepage

Google has now provided a dedicated homepage for the Les Paul Google doodle, which is available and will be available round the clock, till the Internet lives.

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Weekends are often fun and ideal for relieving the stress accumulated during the week. Some folks turn to the beaches, hang out with friends, watch movies while a few of them try bizarre hobbies like Poaching. One youth from India just ran into trouble due to his Poachingand social mediahabits. Earlier today, an Indian resident […]

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So You Thought Twitter DM’s Are Completely Private?

Some third party Twitter apps can access your Twitter direct messages. This is a flaw in the oauth authorization screen upgrade which was scheduled for June 1st

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