Google might have several online properties but the single most important one it has is obviously its search engine. Almost everyone types in keywords to search for stuff they need online. So how does Google make money? They simply show relevant text ads, which might interest you while searching. Once you click on their text […]
As a blogger I end up visiting several websites. Many of these are blogs. Websites are often designed with many inputs about a lot of different things. For example a blog design might put more emphasis on links, social media widgets so that readers find it more interactive. Some blogs which are niche blogs, often […]
Most times I use a bookmarklet from Twitter to share a web-page which I find interesting. I try to avoid using desktop applications unless I am scheduling a tweet or more importantly keeping track of my Twitter timeline. There are many addons and extensions around to share a post on Twitter. Mostly I use the […]
Everyone who has done a little bit of tweaking with CSS or is a into web-designing, would surely be well versed with Firebug Add-on with Firefox. This add-on is mainly used by most developers, as it allows making changes and seeing them on a live website. At rtCamp, many colleagues stick to Firefox even though […]
You must be using the Quick view facility from Google Docs to view links on the Internet as well your email attachments without even download a local copy. This saves time and also securely let you view Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint presentations and PDF files.
Spam has been ever rising on the Internet and Google finds itself lonely fighting content farms hosting low and pathetic content. Now it has realized the need to fight this menace together with users and hence developed a Chrome extension called Personal Blocklist.
If you have ever tried out Google Wave gadgets, you might not need much explanation from me on this topic. Google Shared spaces is a nice application which let you enable more than 50 gadgets under your Space and share it with anyone across the Web using a Google tiny URL through Email, Twitter or simply posting it on chat.
Do you always feel troubled people looking at your screen when you are working and that too when you are doing something important? The solution is provided by Google Extensions, called “Panic Button”.
Voice search is a Google Chrome extension that provides a method to search by speaking. Nowadays most of the smart phones have the ability to accept voice commands and perform actions and this experimental add-on will allow us to search by speaking out the words we want to search on the internet.
Google chrome app store has announced a new and innovative way to raise money for charity.The charity amount is generated with the more number of tabs that you open! Google has set a maximum contribution of $1,000,000 associated with the Google Chrome for a Cause extension.