As the next major revision to HTML language is in progress – called HTML 5, leading browsers already started incorporating some of the features proposed in this standard. HTML5 provides array of tools to fulfill the needs of modern multimedia-rich web applications. With all the hype surrounding HTML5, no wonder major browser competing neck to neck with each other to provide major HTML5 features in their browser. But how would you know if your favorite browser supports HTML5 or not? If supported, how much support for HTML5 it provides?
Although Mail sounds like a no frills program for email, doesn’t mean that OS X users are missing out on anything. Some companies want to talk you out of Mail so they can sell you their email software, but, as many Macintosh users find out, that really isn’t necessary. Mail is a robust program, filled with powerful features that rival those of any premium mail client. Once you get a feel of how Mail works, you might want to learn how to make it do more for you than just basic email tasks.
I confess, I don’t like change, especially if the change is chaotic. Yes, I like the older version of Orkut more than the new facebook-like version. No matter how many improvements Orkut has brought with the new look, I still prefer the older version. But today when I clicked on the link asking me why I preferred older version, the outcome was not what I expected.
Microsoft Outlook is an integral part of my daily routine. I can live my day staring at my outlook Inbox. In fact, 98% of the software people spends most of their time in Microsoft Outlook – drafting mails, sending replies, accepting calendar invites, searching mails, creating folders, archiving mails and so on. However, I often find it ironic that 99% of the people using Outlook doesn’t know how to effectively use it. Sending and receiving mails is one of the major functions of Outlook, but that’s not all. There are so many things which probably you don’t know exist in Outlook, which can make your life a lot easier. Curious to know? Let’s find out then.
Mozilla Firefox is a great browser and its greatness lies in its ability to extend – using add-ons. Firefox has one of the richest collections of plugins – some terribly useful and mind-blowing plugins like Firebug while some not so good tweaky sort of plugins. But of all these, one plugin has the reputation to be one of the most underrated plugins in the history of Firefox, even though it provides rich set of functionality. In fact, it is so unheard of that even firefox stopped further development on this plugin. Do you know which plugin I am talking about?
Yesterday Google India announced launch of another tool in its wide range of services – to find product pricing information in India. As per the blog post, this new shopping tool scans millions of web pages to gather the product information and its pricing details across various online commercial sites. The tool then abstracts product […]