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Gmail has allowed email attachments up to 25 MB until now, but with Google Drive, we can send files up to 10 GB in size through Gmail. This is 400 times of what was once allowed.

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user data

If the Government wants user data so badly, there has to be proper accountability. This is exactly the kind of big-brother surveillance that people resent, and guess what! It has never been easier for the Governments, with all these online services curating more data than ever available earlier.

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The Google Nexus 4, and the Nexus 10, are off to an explosive start with both the devices being sold out within minutes of going on sale in the U.K and Europe.

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The Thinker

Today, Google pays homage to Auguste Rodin, a French sculptor who defied the conventional art of his time. He is best known for his contemplative sculpture called “The Thinker”.

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patent-troll

Spangenberg has over 247 companies, that do nothing other than owning certain patents and filing lawsuits, but this SSL patent has to be the golden goose. The patent has already faced re-examination once but has not been revoked.

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Get Real-time Search Results on Google with HashPlug Chrome Extension

A really cool Google Chrome extension called HashPlug allows Chrome users to get real-time results on the latest topics that they search on Google. The extension adds a search results widget on the right hand side of Google’s search results page, displaying the latest tweets of that particular search term.

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Earlier in June we reported that Google is testing out a new layout for it’s search results page by moving the vertical menu on the left over to the top. It looks like Google has permanently implemented the change as several numbers of users have started to see the new look for Google’s search results pages.

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Bram Stoker

Today, Google celebrates Bram Stoker with a doodle on his 165th birthday.

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Of Voting Machines and Accurate Miscalibrations

There are three manufacturers involved in making voting machines for this election, and one of them has links to Bain Capital, which has links to Romney. However, this is not the first incident of voting machines behaving badly.

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Election Day Google Doodle

Google has a very patriotic and very useful election day doodle on its search page today.

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LG Electronics India launched its cutting-edge 84 inch 3D TV in India at the Splash Gadget Show being held in Mumbai

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Besides Megaupload, Dotcom also launched a music service called MegaBox, back in July. Dotcom is having a busy after his arrest, and perhaps this arrest has provided his Megaupload business the much needed reboot.

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A company called SurfCast that claims to design operating systems is suing Microsoft for the use of Live Tiles.

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Twitter is now showing pictures posted on SkyDrive inline, much like other photo services such as Twitpic, YFrog, etc.

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RapidShare

RapidShare has been responsible in its dealing with copyright owners. It will be interesting to see what alternative measures it implements to curb piracy, after lifting off the download-speed cap.

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