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Gadget fatigue?

When the first iPhone went out few years ago, it was revolutionary. Queues in apple shops were in the news and people was so excited. With every product apple launched, iPads, MacBooks, iPhones… people gets overexcited and buy the products… Now, with iPhone 5, are we starting to be tired? What else can a gadget […]

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I live on Google Chrome

It is not 100% accurate… but let’s say that chrome and its extensions have become my remote office. If I have my Macbook pro with me, then I use Mail App, iCal, etc… but when I am at my client’s office for a long period of time, like I am now, then I don’t carry […]

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insync: it is ok to break up with dropbox

I heard about insync on twitter not too long ago. It caught my attention the fact they sell themselves as a Dropbox killer, I had to try. Insync (http://insynchq.com) is, like Dropbox, a little program you can install in a mac or pc even if you are not an admin (which for my work laptop […]

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Watch This Now: Aerial Photography Turned Into 3D Mapping

The latest and greatest revision of Google Maps released at the end of 2010 brought an exclusive feature to the Android platform: 3D map imaging. Solid white 3D representations of buildings pop into focus when you zoom in and rotate the angle of the map with multi-touch, and the feature delivers some awesome depth to Google […]

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Rome2Rio, a Vehicle-Agnostic Travel Site, Launches

A new travel site called Rome2Rio launches today, the brainchild of two ex-Microsoftemployees, Michael Cameron and Bernard Tschirren. The site’s main innovation? It’s vehicle agnostic, in a way–you tell it you want to go from A to B, and it’ll tell you what combination of car, plane, train, or ferry you need to take. In that […]

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Google Debuts New Online Magazine

Google has quietly launched its own full-length online magazine, a quarterly publication whose aim is to create a “breathing space in a busy world.” The first edition of Think Quarterly, based out of the U.K., is a 68-page dive into the world of data and its impact on business. The first thing most people will notice […]

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Postcards from Google Earth

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Tablets

Tablets have been there for ages. I remember few years ago laptops with touch screens based on windows. They were sort of a flop. I wanted a tablet laptop back in 2008… iPhone was the pioneer of a new generation of smart phones… and the iPad set a before and an after on the tablet […]

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Google Search Chrome tips

If you have made the switch to Google Chrome, as I did long time ago, then this tips are is going to save you some time: Did you close by mistake a tab? Click Command+Shift +T and there you have it again. (Control+Shift+T for Windows) Going to the search bar? Click Command+L and the cursor […]

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Call Phones from Gmail

Some of us, when logging into our Gmail or Google apps accounts, can now see a new thing: Free Call to Phones from Gmail. To the US, sure. If you click on Learn More, then you will see that they have competitive prices to call using VOIP. I have to say that I have several […]

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Chrome tip

Accidentally closed a chome tab? Reopen your last tab with Ctrl+Shift+T (PC/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+T (Mac).

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New Google Phone Service Whispers Targeted Ads Directly Into Users’ Ears

From the onion a very funny video New Google Phone Service Whispers Targeted Ads Directly Into Users’ Ears

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Google body browser

Google has recently demoed an interesting WebGL application called Body Browser, which lets you explore the human body just like you can explore the world in Google Earth. Now you can try Google Body Browser before it’s added to Google Labs, assuming that you have a WebGL-enabled browser: * WebGL is available, but not enabled […]

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Multiple Gmail Accounts Just Got a Lot Easier to Manage

Google’s announced yet another awesome Gmail feature today. Called e-mail delegation, the feature will allow you to easily manage multiple Gmail accounts without signing in and out of Gmail and switching accounts manually. Originally, e-mail delegation was useful for granting others access to your primary Gmail account — personal assistants, for example. With today’s changes, […]

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The Future Is Here: DoubleTwist Brings Wireless Sync To Android For Music, Photos & Video

Earlier today, Winamp released a new version of its Android application that allowed users to sync their music wirelessly with their Windows desktop (disclosure: Winamp and TechCrunch are both owned by AOL). It’s a great feature, but in the race to become the ‘iTunes of Android’, another contender may already be about to lap Winamp. DoubleTwits […]

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