Posts in the "Services" Category

  • Does Apple’s iCloud Rely on Amazon and Microsoft?

    When Apple announced its cloud service – iCloud, the service expected from people like me apart from the music service included synchronizing email, photos, contacts, files and videos from multiple devices. With the beta version released this August, it was found with the traffic patterns obtained thatiCloud runs on Microsoft’s Azure and Amazon’s Elastic Cloud. […]

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  • Comunitee – Reading Your Socially Curated News

    The social news network – Comunitee, launched its beta version, making it, a one-stop news delivery device which makes it easier for people to find news, read, discuss and share their interest with their circle of friends. Comunitee is a blend of the words community and committee. The site provides a customized news feed that […]

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  • YouTube changes for You!

     YouTube – The social media platform that lets you post videos has enhanced the user interface by adding few more new additions. Just like blog sites let you post text and images of your choice, YouTube lets you post videos of your choice. You can create a video to promote yourself, your blog, your website […]

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  • You Should ‘Like’ Google’s +1

    You thought Google was enough innovation for this millennium, well here is Google’s +1. Unsatisfied with replacing the word ‘search’ with ‘Google’, Google has launched its +1 button. Earlier it took 0.8765 seconds for you to search for something, now it will take even less to ‘google +1′ it! I would suggest that you have […]

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  • Choosing a Good Web Hosting Solution

    Selecting the best web hosting solution is an essential aspect of creating either a personal website or one for your business. The host that is chosen will have an enormous impact on the future of your site, particularly in regards to site speed, customer service, and the availability of the site. The following are a […]

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  • LinkedIn Adds Five New Features

    “The times they are a changing”, sang Bob Dylan. And they indeed are. With everyone saturated over the constant onslaughts of new social networking sites, people are now looking for similar alternatives where they can know more people as well as establish business contacts. LinkedIn is the sole network that is making a name for itself […]

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  • Mofuse – Enables Easier Web Growth on Mobiles

    It is not too much of an astounding statistic when I say that there are 4.2 billion mobile devices being used and there could be at least half of them who are fanatic users who are glued to their mobile phones more often than on their personal computers. Also, apparently mobile growth is supposedly four […]

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  • Google Instant – Search while you type

    According to the Official Google Blog, they’ve started rolling out Google Instant, which is a new way to search, giving faster results for what you’re searching for. Instead of just getting the Google Suggest when you type in, you start getting search results which keep changing as you keep typing in your search query. It […]

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  • Free online Security scanner – ZeroDayScan

    ZeroDayScan in an online scanner which can scan your site for the following issues: Detects Cross Site Scripting attacks (XSS) Detects Hidden Directories and Backup Files Looks for Known Security Vulnerabilities Searches for SQL Injection Vulnerabilities Automatically detects zero day bugs Performs Website Fingerprinting Once the service finishes scanning your site for issues and vulnerabilities, […]

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  • BSNL 3G – HELP!

    I had picked up a BSNL 3G connection a few weeks back hoping for a faster internet connectivity on the move on my N900. The N900 being a mobile computer, I’m able to do most of the work on that without having to boot up the computer. It’s also an advantage having a fast connectivity […]

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