Posted by Diya on September 14, 2012 in Google,How To

google search Google has become an inseparable part of our life.  Anything we want to know Google acts as a principal who knows where to find the right teacher to answer our question. But how many of us really know how Google search works.. Here is a very nice video by Matt Cutts of Google explaining the concept behind search. Google’s head of web spam, Matt Cutts, posted a 8 minute video on how Google search works. From crawling, indexing to ranking, he geRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on September 10, 2012 in How To,Kindle

X – Ray for Movies is a feature exclusively available on new Kindle Fire HD tablets which were launched recently by Amazon. Using X – Ray for movies, while watching any movie using Amazon Instant Video you can get the information about the actors by simply tapping the Kindle screen. “Who’s that guy?” and “What’s he been in?” are example of questions which will be answered within seconds when you useRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 4, 2012 in How To,Mac

Size of photos or images is increasing day by day. Cameras now-a-days support huge resolution and every new camera launch packs in more and more pixels (resolution) for the same price. Almost all the mobile devices support a camera. What is you get is lots and lots of images and you need to deal with their ever increasing size. Though storage costs now-a-days are dirt cheap, but still file size does matter when it comes to sharing and moving fileRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 3, 2012 in How To,Mac

Watermarks are an easy way to stamp your authority on a particular document and image. Watermarks do not look good and readers or viewers like to see the original document or image rather than the one with watermark. However, watermarks are a good way to deter unauthorized distribution and give you an opportunity to get the due recognition. If you’re a Mac user, it is very easy to create watermarks in PDFs and images. Bronson Watermarker ReRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on September 3, 2012 in How To,Wallpapers,Windows

You may not use Bing for Internet search but its home page surely hosts some great wallpapers daily. You can enjoy the image and get details about it (like where it was shot etc.) on the Home Page but if you want to download Bing Wallpaper, there isn’t any option or link to do so. Though Bing Home Page doesn’t allow you to download the wallpaper but Microsoft has another way using which you can not even download the Bing wallpaper buRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 31, 2012 in How To,Mac

Whenever you connect your camera to your Mac, you get an annoying message from the app if you want to copy the photos. This task can be automated, thereby save time and reduce the chances of duplicating photos. Ingestamatic is a Mac app, which automates the critical, but repetitive, tasks of copying images from a card or camera to your Mac. Unlike the Finder or Image Capture, Ingestamatic does the job safely and productively, with lots of added fRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 30, 2012 in Google,How To

Google Reader being one of the most popular feed reader program is used by users all across the world. With many great features already part of Google Reader like sharing articles on Facebook or other social networking websites, you can also download the articles from your Google Reader feed to your computer as PDF files. There is a very simple tweak that can be done to existing ‘Send To’ Feature of Google Reader. Google Reader’Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 27, 2012 in How To,Mac

EXIF data refers to the Exchangeable image file format used for supplementing images with rich metadata, such as the camera make, orientation and exposure, color space and dimensions, location where the image was captured, and so forth. While EXIF data adds punch to photo sharing, however, it does bring forward privacy concerns. You don’t want everyone in the world to know where you’re capturing photos, which devices you own etc. A Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 27, 2012 in Google,How To

Google Reader allows users to send document to various websites like Twitter, Blogger, Delicious, StumbleUpon, Digg etc. and most important Facebook. ‘Send to’ Feature in Google Reader can be used to post articles on either your Facebook Profile or your Facebook Pages. To enable ‘Send To’ feature for your favorite sites, go to Settings page of Google Reader and then click on ‘Send To‘ tab. Here you can choose tRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 27, 2012 in How To,Twitter

“Oh ! This guy has got so many Followers. He must be very popular ” Is that what you think when you see someone having thousands of followers on Twitter. What if you knew that most of those followers are fake. Status People is a web based application which lets you find out percentage of Fake or Inactive Followers of a Twitter account. Most of celebrities and politicians have very high number of followers and though we believe most ofRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 26, 2012 in Dropbox,How To

DropBox recently enabled 2 step authentication to add an additional layer of security to user accounts. Few days earlier Dropbox posted on its blog that they have received complaints from users about spams in their account. After doing some analysis Dropbox team found out that it was because of stolen passwords and to tighten the security associated to an account, Dropbox stated that they are taking steps to secure the account even if the passworRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 22, 2012 in Google,How To

Post image for How to Listen to Music Directly in Google Drive If you use Google Drive to store your music files too then you should be knowing the Google doesn’t have any utility to play music files directly from your Google Drive.  If you try to play the file, Google will give you a message ” No Preview Available” and asks you to download the file. But there is a third party app which allows you to listen to your favorite music stored in your Google Drive. DriveTunes is an app for GoogleRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 21, 2012 in Google,How To

Search engine giants like Google, Bing capture your web history to deliver more personalized search results based on the things you’ve searched for on Google and the sites you’ve visited. You might not notice a big impact on your search results early on, but you’ll notice a steady improvement as these sites capture details of your preferences and taste over a longer period of time. Web history is different than your browser histRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 19, 2012 in How To

The odds of recovering lost or stolen devices is improving. Cameras are the latest entrants in this category. Chances of locating a stolen or lost camera have improved as newer devices combined with online photo-sharing services create a digital foot-print one can follow with the right tools. Digital cameras are responsible for this trend. Now-a-days, almost every major camera manufacturer embeds the serial number found on a camera’s body iRead More...

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