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Do you suspect any unauthorized activity on your email account? Do you want to make it 100% hack proof? In most cases, the email id of the victim gets hacked and the victim has no clue. We might be thinking that all our confidential and private information are safe but in reality they might not […]


Last week Google had supplied few of its clients with Google Adwords Promotional Codes to help its customers get up and running with their Adwords Campaign. This Promo code would entitle you to get $50 worth Google Adwords. The only catch here is that the account using this Promo code needs to be less than […]


The image you see above is not photoshoped. Follow this link to verify. Using the special characters, number of such words can be formed. The URL looks something like: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=%E2%96%84%E2%96%84%E2%96%88%E2%96%80%E2%96%80+%E2%96%88%E2%96%AC%E2%96%88+%E2%96%88+%E2%96%80%E2%96%88%E2%96%80&btnG=Search A close look at the searh term, you will notice terms like “%E2%96%84” The last number of the three component term, decides the position of […]


The new interface of Gmail is kinda sleek I would say. The gtalk integration had to pip in and the message box is now fixed length, even though the blue bar with the rss snippets is flexible width. A sleek menu bar with functions is also a nice touch to the whole compose mail funda […]


Now this was expected, with people (espl. student community) spending most part of their internet time refreshing their orkut homepage waiting for scraps to trickle so that they can go reply back. I would say this is a fantastic move by Google. By integrating orkut to gtalk not only are they making lives of bored […]


Google launched a new version of Gmail Mobile (Java application) which is up to five times faster in access and use, thanks to automatic pre-fetching of messages and drastically reduced clicks and scrolling to access email. If you go to gmail.com/app, on your Java-enable mobile phone and download the small application, you’ll be able to […]


With Google India failing to announce the results of the Google Wordmasters Challenge, many bloggers have expressed their frustration on the callousness of Google India. But a few of them took this as an opportunity to let their creative juices flow. One of them came up with an interesting theory (Quoted from the blog.outer-court forum): […]


Using this Greasemonkey script you can switch your Gmail signature based on the From address you select. It simply Combines choosing “From: address” and signature into 1 action. Gmail with different attachment icons is another hack using Stylish firefox addon which lets you add attachment icons to your Gmail account (Well at least most of […]


JotSpot a startup business oriented service allows you to create rich web-based spreadsheets, calendars, documents and photo galleries was acquired by Google today. JotSpot is as easy as using a word processor – you don’t need to know HTML. Thousands of businesses are using JotSpot to manage projects, build an intranet, share files and stay […]


One of the major features why I stuck to Yahoo IM Messenger all these days was the offline messages that they offered. And now GTalk has got them too. This feature was introduced today morning. Don’t worry you don’t have to download any extra plugin or a new gTalk. Just login to your gTalk and […]