Archive for the 'News' Category

Zoho Writer: New Features
Saturday, March 21st, 2009

Zoho is the proud maker of an awesome web-based office software suite comprised of document, project and invoicing management tools, has given its online word processing tool Writer a fresh look along with a couple of new features worth checking out. The India based startup, Zoho says that their Zoho Writer 2.0 comes with hundreds [...]

Interactive Ad Platform: By Meebo
Saturday, March 21st, 2009

Meebo which is a popular web-based chat service has recently announced that it is going to extend its successful advertising platform to include the growing number of partners that are deploying its Community IM product.
Last year Meebo launched a very cool interactive social ads on its main chat portal at, presenting users with small [...]

Gmail Undo Send: Undo a Sent Email
Friday, March 20th, 2009

Have you ever sent an email to someone and later regreted sending it on the first place? Or you probably realized that you have misspelled the recipients name or simply sent it to the wrong person!
This actually happens to me a lot on Gmail which is why I like this new Gmail’s Undo [...]

Internet Explorer 8: available today
Thursday, March 19th, 2009

Guess what, Internet Explorer 8 will be available for download today from Microsoft’s site! You’ll be able to download Microsoft’s best web browser ever, Internet Explorer 8, at 12PM Eastern time today.
Microsoft promises that IE8 “is one of the fastest browsers on the market today” and features new goodies like Web Slices, Instant search, [...]

Track Hotel Price: via Yapta
Thursday, March 19th, 2009, is a very cool online travel portal that has the ability to track airline ticket prices for travelers. Recently they have completely revamped their site and has added a hotel price tracking feature that will help travelers to monitor and compare pricing of over 110,000 national and international hotels & other accommodation services. Basically, [...]

MySpace Photo Editor: Lunched
Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

MySpace has recently integrated a brand new Flash-based application of photo editing tools into its site, which gives myspace users the ability to crop, edit, and stylize their photos from directly within their web browser. The tools are powered by Fotoflexer, which a browser-based photo editing startup that also powers Photobucket’s image editing features (Photobucket [...]

Mobile Presentation: using Slideshare
Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

If you want to make a office Presentation on the road, now your life would be a lot simpler because of the mobile website SlideShare. To access the mobile slideshare simply point your mobile phone browser to and you’re good to go.
Note that the mobile version is in beta at this point and was [...]

Sync iTunes: to the Cloud
Monday, March 16th, 2009

If you are a big music fan and live by your ipod then you will definitely love Echodio. This cool service lets you back up your iTunes music library on the Web and then stream it directly from the cloud. At launch it only supports streaming through Boxee, the media browser. But soon its going [...]

Social Calendar: Facebook Application
Sunday, March 15th, 2009

SocialCalendar a newly developed Facebook application is increasingly becoming popular as a go-to calendar for users to manage their social lives on the network. With over 11 million total app install counts and about 2 million monthly active users, SocialCalendar is one of the only widely used, general purpose calendars on Facebook as of today.
What [...]

Google Chrome Speed: Test
Saturday, March 14th, 2009

Google’s Chrome browser has a brand new beta version that is faster than its “stable” version. Starting today, Google will be developing its browser along three parallel tracks: 1) a stable version for mainstream users, 2) a developer track for the programming crowd, and 3) the new beta track for more adventurous consumer (like me!).
The [...]