Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
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Gmail Labs have a host of new features in the experimentation process. The popular email service from Google has added a new “Labs” feature called Auto-advance which lets you automatically move to the previous or next conversation after Archiving, Deleting or Muting an individual e-mail message.
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Thursday, July 15th, 2010
If you’ve got an iPhone 2G or 3G, I bet you’re noticing the lack of video recording facilites (especially since the iPhone 4 has popped up with a video calling feature with FaceTime over Wi-Fi and an enhanced 5-megapixel camera). Well as always, we are here to make your life a bit easier as we have picked 5 great apps that will let your iPhone 2G or 3G record and share videos using your iPhone’s camera – even though they don’t have a video function. A bit like magic, we know.
The iTunes store has hundreds of apps in the photography category but you have to really dig deep to find the useful video apps. We’ve tried to make your life simple by coming up with the following 5 iPhone video apps. (The order of appearance doesn’t represent the priority of the apps).
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Wednesday, July 7th, 2010
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Despite the fact that Firefox is the most customisable browser, Google Chrome is ahead in terms of speed and simplicity. It is also getting increasingly popular as of late, with more and more useful extensions and plug-ins being added. However, there are some tips and tricks you can use to make the most of the Google Chrome browser. We’ve picked the Top 5 listed below.
1. Browse Anonymously in Google Chrome
Thursday, July 1st, 2010
More than one billion iPhone apps have been sold throughout Apple’s iTunes store so far. There are hundreds of useful apps out there (they can tell you of a nearby restaurant, improve your productivity, help you procrastinate and multitask etc) but many other apps have very little point to them. Some are so strange and weird that you may wonder why the developers wasted their time and enerygy (and your money in some cases) into making them in the first place.
Here’s a list of top 5 weirdest iPhone apps out there.
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Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
It seems offline social interaction is now going to be the ‘new thing’, replacing online social communication (however, online social interaction will be needed to make the offline gathering happen!) . Springwise has a list of five online services for getting together offline.
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Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
There are many software companies that offer free versions to download. These normally contain the most basic features of the package that can be helpful, informative and save you a lot of time and hassle in the long run. In the following list I’ve picked out my own favourite free software packages that I use.
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Monday, June 28th, 2010
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Many of us use smartphones more than our desktop or laptop computers nowadays, a general trend that seems to be increasing all the time. The iTunes store has several iPhone apps to enhance your productivity, but you have to dig really deep into that ocean of apps to come out with some really good ones. Christina Warren from Mashable has done that just for you and has compiled a list of 5 iPhone apps to boost your productivity. (more…)
Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010
Applications and games have played a major role in Facebook’s success and one of the reasons why it’s banned at a majority of workplaces. Facebook games are the perfect place to procrastinate online. While there are thousands of applications and games available on this social networking site, very few could challenge the supremacy of Zynga; the biggest name in Facebook gaming (it introduced Farmville last year). Here’s our pick of the top 10 games for getting your Facebook game on.
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Friday, June 18th, 2010
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Everybody seems to be planning barbecue parties and outdoor concerts with the arrival of summer. Gone are the days when you had to phone a long list of friends and loved ones or send them printed invitation cards. Technology and social networks have made life simpler. The CNN has a list of four ways you can “send digital invites without being obnoxious”. You can use email, Facebook, paperless post and mass texts.
Check out the full details here. Have fun!