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Measure Your Google+ Influence With PlusClout Not Klout

Measure Your Google+ Influence With PlusClout Not Klout

If you are an active Social media individual, you must have heard of Klout. Klout score measures influence based on your ability to drive action. Every time you create content or engage you influence others. Bu the limitation with the Klout Score is it uses data only from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Foursquare. How about Google+, the new Social Media kid elephant in the town. Folks at FindPeopleOnPlus [...]
Run Gmail in Offline Mode with a Chrome App

Run Gmail in Offline Mode with a Chrome App

If you were a big fan of Offline Gmail and got upset when Google retired ‘Google Gears’ which took away your offline mode facility. If you are Google Chrome user, now you have a reason to rejoice. Google has launched a chrome application which will enable you to browse your gmail account without getting connected to Internet. In the blog post Google said “We’re pushing the boundaries [...]
Angry Birds Compared to Your Sex Life [Infographic]

Angry Birds Compared to Your Sex Life [Infographic]

I am sure most of you have played Angry birds, the most famous games on any mobile operating system, Be it Android, iPhone or even your new HP TouchPad. If you haven’t tried it you can now play it on Google+ Games or your chrome browser. Incase you don’t know, here is a brief description of the game from wikipedia, “In the game, players use a slingshot to launch birds at pigs stationed [...]
Galaxy S II Variants for AT&T, T-Mobile And Sprint Officially Announced

Galaxy S II Variants for AT&T, T-Mobile And Sprint Officially Announced

After months of waiting, Samsung Finally made it official. Samsung Galaxy S II is coming to US with three Service providers namely AT&T, T-mobile and Sprint. Yes Verizon is passing on to Samsung Galaxy S II and is not going to carry the Flagship device of Samsung. But Verizon is expected to have a Droid Prime which will be the first device to bring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The phone is [...]
HP Will Make And Sell More TouchPads

HP Will Make And Sell More TouchPads

During the last earnings call, HP announced that it plans to spin off its PC business and stop selling its webOS tablet, which means no more manufacturing of HP Tablets. Just a couple of days after the announcement HP announced a fire Sale of existing Touchpads with a Marked Price of $99 for 16 GB and $149 for 32 GB Tablets. All TouchPads available from both HP and various retailers were sold out within [...]
Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Announced Ahead of the Event

Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Announced Ahead of the Event

We all have been waiting for months for the launch of Samsung’s Flagship device – Galaxy S II in the United States. The slimmest and most powerful device has already made record sales in Asia and Europe. Samsung today is expected to unveil the dates and other details about the devices. The announcement is planned for 6:00 pm EST which was delayed due to Bad Weather conditions in NYC. But [...]
Facebook Pays Out $40,000 To Bug Finders in 3 Weeks

Facebook Pays Out $40,000 To Bug Finders in 3 Weeks

Few weeks back Facebook announced that they will be awarding cash prizes for users who can find a security issue with the website. Facebook posted “a program to pay for undiscovered security bugs that are responsibly disclosed to us. This is another way that we would like to show our appreciation to the security researchers who help us keep Facebook safe and secure for everyone.” The social [...]
HTTPS, SSL and VPN Explained in Simple English

HTTPS, SSL and VPN Explained in Simple English

As Internet adoption is growing, more and and more people are buying stuff online and sharing their secret data on Social Networking sites like Facebook, Google+ etc. But do they know how secure is their data or how is secrecy maintained while transferring the data across the wires. If you are an active Internet user you may have heard terms like HTTP or HTTPS (Secure HTTP) but do you really know [...]
Facebook Launched New Photo Viewer, How to Roll back to the Old Original Viewer

Facebook Launched New Photo Viewer, How to Roll back to the Old Original Viewer

With around 250 million photos uploaded to Facebook every day the social networking website has been trying to make uploading and view more user friendly. Last time in February when Facebook announced the revamp of photo viewer it was taken by lot of criticism, most of the users were dissatisfied with the speed and ugly look of the new viewer with black background. Few days back Facebook again started [...]
Complete Journey of Steve Jobs and Apple [Infographic]

Complete Journey of Steve Jobs and Apple [Infographic]

As Steve Jobs steps down from his role as CEO at Apple Inc, let’s take a look back at some of the big moments in transforming Apple as one of the most valuable company in the world. Steve Jobs started his career by founding Apple in 1975 and later when forced out of Apple in 1985 founded NeXT computers, he also purchased a company in 1986 which was later renamed as Pixar – An Amination [...]
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