Google tips & tricks

Save Gmail attachments to Google Drive

Google introduced the much awaited Google Drive yesterday giving users 5GB of free cloud storage. However, with that introduction it looks like Gmail has removed the option to save Gmail attachments in Google Docs and only provides options to view the document and download it. This is definitely a pain […]

Search & View Google Images in a Slideshow

Today, I found very common and a useful tool to search and lookup images online is using Google’s image search. Google does have a neat way of displaying searched results for images. Another cool service I came across is Google Image Slideshow which shows all the image results in a slideshow. […]

Browser tips & tricks

Google Chrome 10 Beta

Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. One box for everything Type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and web pages. Thumbnails of your top sites Access your favorite pages instantly with […]

IE10 available for download

IE10 Platform Preview Available for Developers Microsoft has released a Platform Preview of Internet Explorer 10 for the developers. The next version of IE is very promising and has added a lot of support for the CSS3 and HTML5 tags and DOCTYPEs. Some of the key highlights of this version […]

iPhone tips & tricks

Top 5 YouTube – Technology Videos in 2010

YouTube is all over and just like it grew more influential in 2009, it continued its domination of being the number one website to share videos online. Recently YouTube released certain trends to help people look for latest trends. I decided to look for the top 5 videos which were tech […]

Apple’s new iPad

Apple on Wednesday announced a new iPad to replace iPad 2. The new tablet sports a 9.7-inch ‘retina display’ with 2047 x 1536 pixels and is powered by A5X, a processor with 2 CPU cores and 4 GPU cores. The new iPad will go on sale on March 16 with […]

Windows tips & tricks

User Agent Switcher – Firefox Add-On for Developers

It’s 2011 and I would have thought the World Wide Web would be browser agnostic by now. Unfortunately there are some developers that simply can not design or code for a cross platform/browser world. Because of that developers have had to create browser add-on’s to help get around the issues. […]

Microsoft SkyDrive – 25 GB free space

Windows Live SkyDrive SkyDrive (officially Microsoft SkyDrive, formerly Windows Live SkyDrive) is a file hosting service that allows users to upload and sync files to a cloud storage and then access them from a Web browser or their local device. It is part of the Windows Live range of online services and allows users to keep the files private, […]

Open Source news

Google Finetunes Chrome 6 Dev, Firefox 4 Inches Towards Beta Release

Google and Mozilla have release new versions of the developer versions of their latest browsers. Chrome 6 focuses on interface improvements and native PDF integration, both of which were updated in the latest builds. Mozilla released the second candidate build of Firefox Beta 1. Google should be close to be […]

Ubuntu 11.04 released

Canonical today announced the release of Ubuntu a fast-growing open-source operating system on April 28, 2011 for public download.  Ubuntu 11.04 stands out from its competitors as a genuine free alternative to Windows, allowing users to personalise their PC with free and paid apps in a way that’s proven hugely […]