Facebook has been working on ‘Gmail Killer’ and Tech Crunch recently reported Facebook is going to announce this on Monday. It is human tendency to not accept monopoly and Facebook is feeding to those thoughts! One big advantage Facebook has is, it has millions of users across the world already to use it’s new product. […]
Almost everyone is impressed with Google Android, but unable to switch to it because of price tag it comes with. But you no longer have to be in that situation. Acer E110 beTouch, which runs Android 1.5 is available on Flipkart for Rs.8,999!! 3 mega pixel camera, 3G, 2.8 inch resistive touch screen, 256 MB inbuilt […]
Bump Top is a 3D desktop environment which aims to provide user an interface to manage desktop which is close to real desk. Bump Top converts your desktop into a 3D environment where you can play around with the icons, pile up similar files, and do hell lot of stuff using well defined gestures. Though […]
Google has announced it’s own phone “Nexus One”. Following are the key features of the phone: Powerful 1GHz SnapDragon processor 3.7 inch AMOLED touch screen 512MB of RAM 512MB of ROM (Internal Memory) MicroSD slot expandable up to 32GB 5 Mega Pixel camera Google Android OS GPS, Google Maps Accelerometer, Light sensor & proximity sensor […]
Hello to readers of Tech Bangalore! I am writing this post to announce another blog from me which is not a Tech Blog, not on Mobile Phones too, not on Hacking & off course not on free GPRS trick :P. A blog completely dedicated to Google Wave. The idea is to create a single place […]
We perform lot of searches on the web everyday using search engines. Most of the time we use Google, sometimes it’s just not enough & we try others like Bing. So, myself & the100rabh came up with an idea to provide access to multiple search engines right from IM. We built an IM Search Bot, […]
I made this presentation long back to present in a Blogcamp. But due to technical problems, I was unable to present it. So just thought of sharing it here. If you are in blogging from years, you might already know all the points mentioned in it!
All of us know Google Transliterate, which we often use to write something in Indian languages. Google has added this transliterate support to many of it’s services including Blogger, Gmail & Orkut. For other sites we used to go to Google Transliterate page type there & copy/paste it, which is a long process. To encounter […]