Ever since I was not happy about my Laptop’s performance, I started looking for a small handy tool (software) for utilizing the maximum of my RAM efficiently. And that lead to the discovery of a really neat app (really, its just 332 KB) namely – “Free RAM Optimizer XP”. Though you will usually mis-understand the […]
‘Google eBooks’, the company is offering its huge database of more than 15 million books from 35,000+ publishers, 40+ libraries in more than 400 languages from about 100 countries.
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. FTP is used extensively in Web Development and maintenance. Using FTP is simple and does not require any software (only the protocol has to be installed on your Operating system).
Vlingo offers you powerful voice applications which convert your words into action. This is achieved using Vlingo’s accurate voice recognition technology which works on most platforms like Windows Mobile, Android (2.0 and higher), Blackberry, iPhone OS and the widely used by Nokia, Symbian OS.
NoteSync, as the name suggests, lets you manage your notes and then sync them to your Google ID under Google Docs. It works using the Adobe Air platform and is a very light application.
With Google Earth 6, browse the entire world and feel real with its completely integrated Street view, 3D Trees and 3D Buildings. You can now use Historical imagery in a much easy fashion than Google Earth 5.
Much awaited Mobile Number portability or MNP (in short) is just about to launch next year in the first month for Category ‘A’ service areas. The rest of the country shall have to wait till March, 2011 to use the facility.
I was watching NDTV India, a 24/7 Hindi news channel, when suddenly my friend called me up and asked me what am I doing. He was pretty surprised to hear not because I was watching the news channel, but since I was watching it online, that too on my browser.