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InkJet Printer market is getting hotter day by day. The technology is rapidly advancing and the prices are dropping. Better and better printers are coming with lesser and lesser price tag. This requires extensive research and costs on the part of manufacturers. But these manufacturer prefer to sell the printers at virtually very little profit, […]

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Reading the blog post by Marissa Mayer, the VP of Search Products & User Experience left us a bit confused at start, it compelled us to read the entire article to understand what it meant. The title of the post said What comes next in this series? 13, 33, 53, 61, 37, 28…which led us […]

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Opera today released a update to Opera 9.5 addressing several security and stability issues. The browser comes in with several improvements such as better drag and drop for tabs, removed saving of images from appearing in the transfers window (we hated this), fixed issues with Yahoo Mail and TinyMCE and more. The Opera team recommends […]

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Google Mobile team has announced the availability of Google Talk for iPhone users, though its a very interesting development, to access Google Talk from your iPhone you will need to point your browser to http://www.google.com/talk and sign in with your Google credentials to begin chatting.

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Microsoft finally (officially) dumped Windows XP, from July 1 PC manufacturers are disallowed from selling laptops or desktops with Windows XP pre-installed. Image Credit

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Google has been playing around with the referral system for quite long. The first steps were limiting the referral program only to US publishers and the latest being the complete retirements of the referral system to replace it with Google Affiliate Network a tool they have integrated with DoubleClick Perfomics Affiliate Network.

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Evernote one of our favorite applications to keep track of our ideas and to do list has finally come out of beta and will now be publicly available for usage. There are no major feature rollouts this time other than ones we had spoken about earlier. The new announcements puts an end to the unlimited […]

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It is a well known fact that Google has been making its way into uncharted territories. They started off with competing against the Office Suite and carried it on with a competitor to Paypal a online payment system. Google recently announced a new flavor of Google Trends which was reviewed by Techcrunch. Google Trends now […]

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There was a time when getting the right email address in Yahoo was never possible, what with people using ids such as yourname1234 and yourname_surname32432 and many such ids which were literally hard to remember. The reason for such ids being that Yahoo has been there for quite a while and almost every sane email […]

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Seems like the browser based war is gearing up with the recent release of Firefox 3. The Opera team has released stats about downloads and usages of Opera 9.5. According to the stats Opera has released, Opera 9.5 has been downloaded 4.7 million times in the last five days and has more than 20 million […]

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Flock is a browser which makes social networking more easier than ever bringing to you a host of tools to interact with different social networking websites. Firefox on the other hand is not social networking ready but can be easily converted into a social networking hub by using extensions and add-ons. In this post we […]

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Another one of our favorite tools has bitten the dust. Docsyncer for which we had done a detailed review quite some time back are finally shutting shop and entering the deadpool. Docsyncer was a desktop synchronizing utility that synchronized your local documents with your Google Docs account. It has been quite a handy utility as […]

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Why does Twitter Go Down? From Twitter Itself: Time and again you have been asking me (Twitter) this question and I (Twitter) take this opportunity to answer why; After every few seconds every user feels diminished if there are no updates in their account and they keep using the refresh button, just like they would […]

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We were quite excited moving to Firefox 3, but with the move many of the extensions stopped working all together. One of the extensions that stopped working for us was Greasemonkey, for which luckily we found a alternative some time back. Few other extensions like Google Toolbar and Google Browser Sync which we used to […]

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We have been a huge fan of Google Reader and have seen them rolling out new features time and again. As we were browsing through our feeds today we came across a new feature which may not be that interesting but useful nevertheless.

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