Google is giving away a number of Android-powered Nexus S phones for free! All you need to do is follow @googlenexus and solve the puzzles for the day. You are limited to one guess per entry, submitting multiple guesses won’t work since your very Google will only accept your first submission.
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A few weeks back, Google introduced the domain-blacklist feature for it’s search engine, allowing you to completely remove domains from your search results page. With the introduction of a feature called +1, you can now “vote” on search results. Here’s how +1 works The +1 button will appear next to each search result After [...]
To further curb the problem of content-farms, Google now lets you block websites off your search results. This is quite useful with several sites that only contain keywords that you’re searching for and not much else. This feature is already available through plugins like Greasemonkey combined with user scripts to “block” specific sites from your [...]
If you logged in to your gmail account, saw that your email archives are gone and are seeing the welcome message from your very first login, tough luck. Your gmail account has just been reset to it’s pristine, empty condition. According to reports, as many as 500,000 Gmail users lost access to their inboxes with [...]
Gmail has become the defacto email service for most of us online netizens, but at times, Web Clips, the rotating ads/RSS reader atop your emails can be annoying. Yes it’s just a single line of text, whereas other email services give you half a screen of ads to look, but its always nice to have [...]
Google has started it’s campaign for private beta testing of the Chrome OS. Unlike our regular computers, Google’s upcoming operating system requires some fairly specialized hardware which is why today, as the first step towards the public release of the Chrome OS, the company has unveiled the first laptop built specifically for this task, the [...]
Google has two major announcements for the Android platform today, their newest flagship phone the Nexus S and the latest version of their mobile OS, Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
I wasn’t able to try this until recently (mostly because I’ve been extremely busy finishing stuff) which is why I’m only posting about Gmail’s Priority Inbox just now. So what exactly does the Priority Inbox do? As the name implies, it’s a sort of email segregation but it’s not just another implementation of tags, and [...]
Gmail‘s signatures have always been borderline boring because you can’t have anything fancy on it (unless you manually edit in on the actual message) as it only supports plain text. Thanks to the multitude of us that keep on asking for rich text signatures, Google has finally given us exactly that; Rich Text Signatures . [...]
Google has just announced the latest release of the Android platform, version 2.2 and codenamed Froyo, during the Google I/O event. Many Android users are highly anticipating this release, not only for bug fixes but also the new features that Google has promised. Is it worth the wait? Will your phone support the new update? [...]