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Dashboard for Chrome is a chrome extension that includes Notes, Calculator and More

Sunday, April 1, 2012

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Dashboard for Chrome is a nice browser extension that allows you to take notes and perform different calculations with in your Chrome browser without opening any other application. It is a handy extension for all those users who like to take notes and perform some calculations while browsing and feel distracted to open your Notepad […]

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Google’s Picnik and other few services are near ending

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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Google announced two days ago on its blog that it will be retiring the picnic-themed photo editing service Picnik in April of this year. If you use Picnik for your editing needs, you can download your images as a zip file with Picnik Takeout for the time being. You can also  move your photos over to your Google+ page until the […]

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He’s dead, jim – Chrome’s way of crash, error report

Monday, January 2, 2012

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Google always reports the issues in a fun way. Today my Chrome is crashed and the chrome tab is shown with a sad tab, the page you see when a tab crashes.  “He’s dead, Jim!” is a catch phrase used by Leonard H. McCoy, a character from Star Trek. The complete message as shown in the […]

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World’s Search Trend, Google Zeitgeist 2011 released. Rebecca Black tops the list

Monday, December 19, 2011

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Google released Google Zeitgeist 2011, which is a compilation of top search keywords that users have been using throughout the year. Zeitgeist is a word of German origin and means “the spirit of the times” which means a general trend of thought or feeling characteristic of a particular period of time. It is one of […]

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YouTube gets a major facelift

Monday, December 5, 2011

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Like it’s done to many of its sites as of late, Google’s given YouTube a facelift. Google has launched a major interface redesign for YouTube. This latest change revamps the site overall. The new design gives a  ‘TV-like’ experience to the users.It also provides a new home page and simpler, customizable channels. “We’ve given YouTube a refresh. […]

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Power your Internet Explorer with the Google’s ChromeFrame

Thursday, December 1, 2011

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If you are using the earlier versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer, you may not be able to view many websites which are built with latest technologies properly. HTML5 is one the rapidly growing technology which enhances the end user experience with the support of many features. HTML5 specifications are still not final but the current major […]

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How to block a website in Google search results

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

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Personalize Google: Google provides a way to permanently or temporarily block a particular website appear in the search results. Whatever the reason, If you don’t like a site that appears in your search results, you can block pages within that site or entire site. The catch is, you must be logged in to your google […]

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How to add custom search in Google Chrome

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

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How to invoke search engine right from the URL location bar of Chrome? How to add custom search feature to Google Chrome? Do you know that you can search the web or your favorite website  right from your browser’s location bar without visiting the search engine website? Google Chrome browser has a feature which allows […]

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