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    How To Get Free .Com Domain For a Year

    May 26, 2010
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    When ever some body is staring online, they need a domain and hosting to get their website up. When ever I talk to my friends and family members who are planning to launch a website, they usually have domain purchased from popular domain services like ShoutMyDomain or Godaddy. The problem is, because of unawareness, all of them miss getting their free .com domain or other top level domain names like .org, .net and so on. ...

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    How to Access Pandora Radio Outside US : Hotspot shield

    April 24, 2010
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    Most of us know how awesome Pandora Internet Radio is, from the times when it was accessible from India and other countries outside the United States. Later owing to legal restrictions streaming websites like Pandora, OpenHulu and CBS.com stopped providing access to countries outside USA. If only we still had access to it? Today we are going to share guide for newbie to access Pandora radio outside US. Firstly, let me talk about the current ...

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    The Art of TypoSquatting A.K.A URL HiJacking

    February 24, 2010
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    Two students of the Harvard University recently submitted a paper on typosquatting which revealed some interesting information. It raises great interest to read how Google might be earning a hundred million through this scheme. Image Credit Firstly, we’ll discuss what typosquatting actually is. Typo-squatting, also called URL hijacking, is a form of cybersquatting which relies on mistakes such as typographical errors made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser. Should ...

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    An iPod vs. iPhone Sales Comparison

    December 10, 2009
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    The iPhone has actually been bigger than the iPod, pun intended. A recent study of the number of units sold reveals some interesting figures and graphs. It took the Apple iPod around 17 quarters to have sold 30 million units whereas it took only 10 quarters for the iPhone.

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    BuddyPress Forum for WordPress : Review

    December 4, 2009
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    BuddyPress forum lets you create social networking around your WordPress blog. It extends the existing functionality of your WordPress blog and transforms it into full fledge social networking site. Sounds interesting? It is and read on for more details. Last month, Anand wrote about the effectiveness of forums to promote blogs. Well, for all our readers who wish to introduce a forum to their blogs or other websites, we just reviewed BuddyPress, the latest and ...

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    7 Security Tips to keep your Gmail account secure

    November 27, 2009
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    We have already written a tutorial on How to check if your Gmail is hacked. Recently Gmail added security level by adding mobile number verification for Google account. One thing which is common with Gmail account is , it is linked with several accounts like blogspot, Orkut Analytic, Webmaster tools and so on. This is good but a disadvantage of this is chances of security leak from user side. Specially Orkut is one of the most ...

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    How To Update Twitter Status From Your LinkedIn Account

    November 24, 2009
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    In pursuit of acquiring top notch in social microblogging, Twitter just announced a partnership with LinkedIn. LinkedIn is one of the most popular professional networks. The integration of Twitter now added the ability to seamlessly post LinkedIn status updates to Twitter and vice-versa.

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    EverNote : Notes Taking Application

    November 23, 2009
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    I’ve always found myself looking for a handy app that would help me store the random ideas or information that keeps flowing in. More so, since the time I started blogging. Evernote delivers a perfect solution and I am more than pleased by its features.

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