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Thursday, 7 July 2011

Get your own Google+ Url


Unlike other social networking sites lke Facebook and Twitter, Google+ doesn’t offer vanity URLs for user profiles, making it more difficult to share your Google+ Profile. Instead, Google uses a long string of numbers to denote users (e.g. 117679391504351387685). 
The reason Google+ doesn’t use vanity URLs is because those could lead to spammers figuring out the email addresses of Google+ users (as many Google Accounts are linked to Gmail accounts).

[Fun] What sex is your computer ?

There is a very easy way to check the sex the your computer. All you need to do is to follow the below steps.

Some of you may already know this, but this may be new to many. This is how how you can check whether your computer is male or female.

- open notepad
- copy/paste the below line


Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Steps to avoid Google data trap

Whether with Gmail, Docs, Maps, Calendar, Analytics, YouTube or its eponymous search engine, Google is always busy trying to gather as much information about its users as possible so it can craft personalised advertising.

Monday, 4 July 2011

Android SmartPhones - Things to know

There are lots of things that you can do with your android smartphone. As it is not possible to add everything in the manual provided by the manufacturer as no one will read a big manual so here are some of the things that you can do to make your experience of using a Android smartphone better and fun.

Sunday, 3 July 2011

HP TouchPad

Hewlett Packard launched HP TouchPad on July 1 showcasing its ability to compete in the increasingly crowded tablet market. Powered with the latest version of webOS, the TouchPad looks a lot like its peers:
It's black and shiny with just a few buttons on its frame. The screen, 9.7 inches (24.64 centimeters) at the diagonal, is the same size and resolution as Apple's iPad.

Google+

With the launch of Google+, Google has finally developed a product that can reduce the mighty Facebook to the levels of myspace and hi5. Though it is too early to say so, but the concept and its implementation look brilliant.