As tech giants battle it out each year to get a lion’s share of the market, their reluctance to collaborate means the biggest loser is going to be you.
Guest blogging for SEO is frowned upon by Google. We take a second look at things a blogger must consider before publishing content submitted to their site.
Random but meaningful thoughts on the Samsung Note 3 Android KitKat 4.4.2 update, and musings on wildfires, mobile phone photography at night and lots more.
This work of satire is for humorous purposes only and not meant to put down any product. It examines how Google Glass and Car were born and impacted humans.
Can Google Keep survive against reigning kings like Evernote, Springpad and Catch?
From teddy bears on Picasa to getting your GMail inbox hand-delivered on paper, here are five (more) fun things to do on Google that you probably never knew you could.
From pacman to complete disintegration, here are five fun things to do on the Google homepage that you probably never knew you could do.
Pintrest hired Google’s top lawyer to help them deal with copyright issues. But when there are open copyright violations on the part of their users, what can any lawyer really do?
We take a look at Everyme, a new Android and iPhone social networking app, and what all it has to offer; and how surprisingly similar it is to Path and Google+.
We discuss Google’s new Penguin Update, how it tackles black hat SEO, how effective it is and how it can affect your website.
Having recently deleted my Facebook account, I hardly took time to realise how most of my networking would now take place on Google+ — which is how I preferred it in the first place. And the main reason I chose to switch, is exactly for reasons I have explained before in my four-part series of […]
Back when I was invited to Google+, it took me less than a week to realise what a big phenomenon it would become; and while it felt good to be a part of that before public release, I also realised I had to leverage its power and integration to my benefit: specifically to benefit my […]
America seems to have come out with a new (although hardly an innovative) way to censor links it feels violates copyrights–although the fact that they do not have to justify themselves makes one wonder if they will not also ban legitimate links that work against them, as many have begun to see. The Stop Online […]
I had no idea–and I do not think anybody did–that Google+ would become so popular for photographers, and photography per se, as it has become today. With Google+, often dubbed a photographer’s paradse, Picasa received a terrific lot of attention, Flickr may start losing out soon if Yahoo! does not come up with remarkable new […]