Today, Google launched its new application in the segment of social networking called, Google Buzz. The news was confirmed on official Gmail blog. As per Google, buzz is tightly integrated with Gmail and incorporates features like sharing text messages, videos, images etc.
Have you ever wondered how great it would be to view your Gmails using your favorite email client? Are you bored of using Gmail’s web interface? Do you want to have the convenience of sending and receiving mails, searching and filtering mails, organizing mails, offline mail storage and all the fancy stuff which your email client provide without ever visiting www.gmail.com?
If your answer to the above questions is YES, then you are as lucky as me because there is an easy way to achieve this.
If you liked Google Transliteration online service, there is good news for you! Google India recently announced on its official blog the launch of Google Transliteration IME software. This software lets you do what you used to do on Google Transliteration website i.e. type in your favorite language. While the site is still in operation, […]
More often than not, I would like to see comparative results. For example, let’s say I want to find out and compare different operating systems in existence today. As per traditional way, I will have to go to wikipedia or some such site to search for each and every operating system, its features, system requirements, […]
In the late October 2009, Google launched a new version of orkut called simply – New Orkut. To help people better understand new features, Google has recently posted an introductory video on YouTube. Check out the below video to know more about New Orkut. There are also many more related videos posted on YouTube describing […]
Microsoft introduced a new creative way to search for images without typing a single word using Visual Search. Bing’s Visual Search provides user with categories of images such as Entertainment, Famous People, Sports, and Travels etc. and allows you to refine your search by going through more detailed catalog of images. On the left-hand side, […]