At the time of writing this post the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics is only a few hours away. The summer Olympics take place every four years and the current edition seems to be the most connected games ever. The official website for the event (london2012.com) is very resourceful for looking up quick […]
Google I/O 2012 seems to be the showcase event where Google, will roll-out a lot of new features, updates and more. Last year, Google did introduce Chromebooks, which although are not very successful commercially, has been a favourite among many schools and universities in US and Europe. This year too, there are a lot of […]
Popular instant messaging service Meebo to be shutdown by Google by July 11th. As you know, Meebo was aquired by Google a few days back, and now they announce that they’ll be shutting down most of Meebo services, except the Meebo bar. Google has been doing this lately, shutting down Picnik and other not so popular Google services, to concentrate more on Google+.
Here are a few services you can try out if you miss the Meebo messenger. All these messengers work have web clients, just like Meebo does.
The web contains millions of blogs, so what’s the best way to look up latest news, everything on one single page? Here are 5 awesome news aggregators which do the work for you. Read on! Note that, by news aggregators I don’t mean feed readers like Google Reader, Feedly etc., instead I mean the services […]
As soon as you read the title of this post, you must have got a doubt “why should I avoid extensions?” Well, too many extensions for a browser is not good and when it comes to Chrome, it’s horrible because Chrome is already known for its high memory usage and now if you install more […]
Social Media Management has become an important factor these days, to keep a track of your business in real-time and to attract unique customers to your website/service. Mashable has nominated the following 5 tools in the ‘Best Social Media Management Tools’ category for the Mashable Awards 2010, which is to be held next week at […]
Twitter is something I was not fond of but started using slowly and regularly when I started to blog. This is when I realized the many applications for using Twitter. Last month we had a post by Vishwanath Dalvi who wrote about 21 interesting facts about Google. I thought I would do a little research […]
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has finalized the Bluetooth 4.0 specs. It is expected to reach manufacturers by the end of August 2010, with hardware expected to reach the market in late 2010 or early 2011. This newer version is based on low energy module and hence, it can be built into products such as […]
Today when I logged in to the Google’s homepage, I noticed the logo with 5 apples and after a few seconds, I felt like some action when one of the apples dropped 🙂 I was amazed to see this and refreshed the page again to see it again. I was very curious why the apple dropped. […]
Dear Readers & Bloggers, Devils Workshop and Team rtBlogs wishes you all a very happy n rocking new year 2010 ahead. 🙂 Year 2009 – At A Glance! We started 2009 with a much-detailed post here. More than 1000 posts has been published by 50 authors on DW in 2009. You can see list of […]