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Tips For Avoiding Gmail Data Loss

If you use Google Apps for business, then Gmail may be an important part of your everyday activities. Your Gmail inbox can include communications from your coworkers, employees, superiors and even business associates from around the world. Gmail is convenient because you can access it from multiple locations and all your company's employees can access email from the same interface, even if you use POP or IMAP to route messages from your [...]

Google Apps for Education : Bringing the Cloud to the Classroom

Google seems to be poised to take over the world, and this is not limited to the Internet. Google applications and functions are now coming to schools and universities. Google’s Apps for Education is streamlining education around the world, making it easier for teachers and administrators to connect with each other, their students and their peers; and, it is all offered all for free. When designing Google Apps for Education, [...]

Google Currents: Feed Reader App for Android and iOS

We recently reviewed the amazing magazine styled news reader app for iPhone called Flipboard. And now here's a new one for both Android and iPhone and it's by none other than Google. There are a lot of news reader apps out there, but there aren't many that are fun to read. Google Currents, as this new app is called, has a magazine styled theme just like Flipboard. But, unlike the [...]

Google Music Brings Free Music Streaming, Cloud Storage and Sharing

Google has been playing it's game from some time now, from Android to the all new Google Music. Yes, the music service that was announced at Google I/O earlier this year, has now gone from beta to final. Google's music service, simply called Google Music, is now live for everyone in the U.S and they can use it to upload their songs, purchase music and even share them with friends. [...]

GTools+: Useful Extension To Manage and Customize Google+

Google+ is becoming a popular social network these days and many people have started using it. To improve user experience, many new tools and extensions have been released to manage Google+ and Gtools+ is one of them. Gtools+ is a useful extension for Google Chrome which adds many useful features to Google+ services. With Gtools+, you can translate posts on Google+, customize notifications color, manage Gmail and Google Reader notifications [...]

Google Maps Now Displays a Weather Layer

Weather is an important part of our day to day lives and we rely on forecast to plan our days, specially if you're going somewhere. Of course for bloggers its not much roaming, however we do at times step out and go for a stroll if the weather is pleasant. Normally you'd have to use a different weather application and another Maps application if you want both at the same [...]

11 Most Useful Gmail Gadgets You Love to add In Your Sidebar

Gmail not only offers mail service but they offers more than that and very few people use it.You can add Gadgets to your Sidebar and make more fun using it.You can Tweet ,Digg,Use Facebook, Calculate your query and do many more things From your Gmail account using Gmail Gadget. Before using Gmail Gadgets You have to add Gadgets tab  on your Gmail setting page.  Go to Setting page ->labs and [...]

Google Takeout: Download All Google Account Data

One thing which I liked about Google when they released Google+, they let you download data from your Google+ account and along with Google+ data liberation feature, Google also added a new feature call Google Takeout to download all your Google data. Using Google takeout, you can download data from Google Buzz, Google Circles, Picasa, Google Profile, Google+ stream and contacts. Download data from Google takeout is easy and here [...]

How to Block Domains from Your Google Search Results with Web Tools

Search engines like Google has indeed changed and improved the way we search on the internet, with the introduction of some innovative methods and algorithms Google has made search on the internet a smarter experience. But thing is that no matter whatever improvements are there, every user can’t be satisfied. So Today’s post is about how you can make your search experience smarter and useful. Normally when we enter our [...]

Google Announces Samsung and Acer Chromebooks

Google announced two new Chrome OS based notebooks, Chromebooks, at the Google I/O Day 2 Keynote on May 11th at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. Both of these new Chromebooks are running on the all new, 8-second boot Chrome operating system that is nothing more than the web. Google first unveiled the Samsung Chromebook on stage and then the Acer Chromebook, both powered by Intel Dual Core processors and [...]