The service pack 2 should be made available to users from April 28th and consists of several enhancements and improvements. The Office 2007 SP2 will boost the speed of applications and provide numerous improvements, here are some of the highlights that will be included in Office 2007 SP2.

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google vanity profile

Google has started to allow users to create vanity URLs for their profiles, this change allows users to create a URL they can easily remember, rather than having to remember a random number. To get a vanity URL for your profile, head to the profile edit page and change the profile URL to use a […]

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Many web analytic softwares use referrer strings to determine whether a user is coming from a search engine, other websites or directly to your website. Many users also have custom scripts that show up different ads or messages to search engine users, if you have been using such customized scripts, Google.com search referrer URLs are […]

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Tata_nano

If you are not yet aware of Tata Nano, you should probably be reading this Wikipedia article about Tata Nano, however if you already know about the most popular car in India, which is built to be very efficient and still cost as low as $2000 or 1,00,000 INR, the bookings are on and you […]

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The one thing I hate about Firefox is the requirement to restart the browser when installing new extensions and themes, this is pretty much similar to earlier versions of Windows, where small registry changes required users to restart the browser. Firefox 3.5 is in the works and should be released sometime in June, but discussions […]

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A little while back we told  you about ways in which you could enhance Google Search Results, however those tools did not exactly make changes to the Google search results, but only added additional information to it. Google have been working on bettering their search results on a continuous basis and several experimental Google search […]

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Google Chrome Releases Faster Version

Google Chrome has been seeing several improvements over the past few months and the lightweight and fast browser, has been made more faster by the Chrome development team. The best thing about this new beta is speed — it’s 25% faster on our V8 benchmark and 35% faster on the Sunspider benchmark than the current […]

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We are not sure if many of you are even aware of Yahoo Briefcase, a popular file storage service from Yahoo, which never really took off, however Yahoo Briefcase has been one of the oldest online file storage service and many users still have files in their accounts as of today. Yahoo Briefcase provided users […]

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google_twitter

Yes you heard it right, Google has finally bitten the bait and headed to Twitterland, where they will be sending status update about news and most probably also new PR releases. And as far as the popularity of Google on Twitter goes, they have already notched up 16,717 followers and they are probably bound to […]

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There are tons of browsers available across the Internet, some of the most popular being Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera, however Safari a offering from Apple is also another popular browser, which was earlier only available for Mac users. That changed sometime back, and Apple started offering Safari for Windows users in order […]

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geemail

Gmail has rolled out a new feature for accessing your emails offline with the help of Google Gears, however not many users are happy with the new offering. If you are one of the unhappy users, a new Adobe Air application called Geemail will help you to access your Gmail account and provide offline access […]

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Yahoo! Mail service has been around for ages, and they have definitely made huge changes over the simple mailbox we were all used to 10 years ago. However they have been working harder to make things better for users, however I am still not very comfortable using Yahoo! mail, considering the amount of spam that […]

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There are many times when you may want to subscribe to feeds in a non-English language, but may not do so due to lack of translations required to read those feeds. If you are a Google Reader user, there is something to rejoice about, since Google Reader now provides users with auto-translation of feeds on […]

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After the earlier news of Yahoo deciding to Deadpool Yahoo Messenger for Vista, we have some more bad news for Yahoo Mail users who have been using the built-in RSS reader to read their favorite feeds. The Yahoo Mail blog broke the news that Feeds will no longer be available in the new Yahoo Mail and […]

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One of our favorite applications Yahoo Messenger for Vista has hit the deadpool, and it will not longer be available for download from Yahoo.

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