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Posted by Mayank on August 30, 2011 in Google+,iPhone

Post image for Google Plus Tips : Move Photos to Google Plus Using iPhone Move2Plus is a new and powerful app that copies all of your Facebook albums, photos, and captions to your Google+ (Picasa) account without losing album structure or making duplicates. It does all this from the comfort of your iPhone. None of your Facebook albums or photos are edited or deleted in the process. The product is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It requires iOS 4.0 or later. Upload Photos and Videos to Google+ Features ofRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 30, 2011 in Apple,iPhone

Post image for Rumor : iPhone 5 to Have Smaller Panel Than Previously Rumored There have been rumors for quite some time that iPhone 5 will come with a larger panel, 4.2 inches perhaps. DigiTimes reported on August 29th, citing sources from upstream panel suppliers that the iPhone 5’s panel size will still be less than 4-inch. These sources state that the iPhone 5 will have a 3.5 to 3.7-inch panel with a new, thinner bezel design that will make the screen appear larger. Also, iPhone 5’s back design will be chRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 29, 2011 in Dropbox

Post image for Sharing Files between Dropbox and Non Dropbox Users [How to] Filestork is a web service that lets enables sharing between your friends, family members or clients, even if all of them are not DropBox users. FileStork enables Dropbox users to request or allow individuals to upload files into their Dropbox account. If your requests to your friends or clients or family members has fallen on deaf ears, FileStork is the solution which will please all. Filestork is a free and by using Filestork, you don’t nRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 29, 2011 in Apple,How To

Adobe launched a a new iOS app today, named CreatePDF, which allows PDF conversion in iOS. This means that you can create PDF documents from your iPhone, iPod and iPad. According to Adobe, “CreatePDF brings the same high-quality PDF creation as Adobe Acrobat” to iOS devices, with PDF documents that look “exactly” like the original files they were generated from. The CreatePDF application is available in iTunes store now. The app uses AdobRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 29, 2011 in Google,Google+

Google Plus allows you to add pictures, videos, links and location in shares, however, it does not give you option to format fonts. Formatting fonts gives a rich text feel to your shares and can help sections of your post stand out. It is very easy to add bold, italic, strike through and combination of those in your Google Plus post.   Using Bold font in Google Plus Use the asterisk (*) symbol before and after the text you’d like to maRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 28, 2011 in How To,Mac

Post image for Uninstall Applications in Mac [How to] If you have an application you no longer use or you have an application, which is not stable – you should uninstall applications in Mac. By uninstalling applications in Mac, you can not only free up some disk space (usually negligible), but importantly free up some disk space and reduce clutter in the Applications folder as well as desktop or other places where you store the shortcuts. To uninstall applications in Mac, in most cases, you wiRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 28, 2011 in How To,iTunes

Post image for Subscribe to a Podcast [How to] A podcast is an audio feed, or sometimes a feed, which combines both audio and video feed. Just like a blog publisher, a podcast publisher provides regular audio or audio-video updates. You can use iTunes to locate, subscribe, manage and listen to your favorite podcast(s). This ensures that iTunes automatically downloads each new episode to your iTunes library. Subscribe to a Podcast There are various ways to subscribe to a podcast – directRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 28, 2011 in Google,Google+

Whether you are one of the few who did not like Google Plus or created multiple Google Plus accounts and now, you would like to disable your Google+ account, we’ll show you how easy it is. In fact, as of now, it is easier to disable your Google Plus account than to create one as you’ll need invitation from some one. How to Disable Your Google Plus account Follow the steps below to delete your Google Plus account : 1. Logon to your GooRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 27, 2011 in Apple,iPhone

Post image for Rumor : iPhone 5 to Work With Both CDMA and GSM Apple has this habit of following up bad news with the good news. After the resignation of Steve Jobs, rumors are gaining ground that there would be an event on September 7th, where iPhone 5 will be launched, along with other products like a new lineup of Macs. The upcoming iPhone 5 is rumored to be a single phone that supports multiple networks, namely CDMA (example – Verizon or Sprint in the US) as well as GSM (example AT&T and T-MobiRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 27, 2011 in Google,Google+

Seeing photos that you and your friends are tagged in together is a great way to reminisce. It really brings great joy to look at those photos, especially if you had a good time together. Google Plus has rolled out a new update with which it has become very easy to see all the people you’re tagged with in one page itself! Until now it was a cumbersome exercise to see where all you’ve been tagged. You had to click between profiles to sRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 26, 2011 in Google,Google+

Today Google+ rolled out a new feature to ignore people in Google Plus. With this feature, they’re trying to emulate real life situation, where you ignore a few people. You don’t avoid them, but you ignore them. You can notice the subtle difference 🙂 Google Plus already had the Block feature, which you can use to completely avoid a person. Ignore means you’ll see less of what a person is sharing (i.e., you’re just not iRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 23, 2011 in Facebook

Post image for Quick Guide to the New Privacy Settings for Facebook Facebook unveiled a number of changes to its privacy settings to make it easier to limit shared items to certain groups, bringing it more in line with the privacy-focused Google+. The Facebook Blog reports that the changes are more visual and straightforward. The updates are significant enough that Facebook will make every single one of its 750+ million users go through a tutorial about the updated privacy settings. The most important change is mRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 23, 2011 in Google

Post image for Friend Annonations Added to +1 Button Google Plus has introduced Annonations in their +1 button, thereby making it more social. When you visit a website and hover over the +1 button on that website, it will show you the list of some of your friends, who did +1 that particular website. This change was rolled out late last week and now, you can make these recommendations even more visible to your users. Simply update the +1 button code, and an inline annotation will show next to the buRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 22, 2011 in GMail,Google

Post image for How to Enable Offline GMail As the name suggests, offline GMail gives you access to your most recent emails when there is no internet connection. When you enable this feature, your email messages are downloaded onto this computer. So, please make sure it is not a public or shared computer. In the GMail offline mode, you’ll be able to compose messages and queue them up to be sent, or catch up on those messages you weren’t able to read while online. Before you dRead More...

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