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Wikipedia to simplify page editing

12/14/2011, If you love Wikipedia and you’ve always wanted to contribute by creating new pages or helping to edit existing ones, but found the process to daunting and decided to give it up – you’re not alone. But it looks like all that is going to...

Google Cloud Print now available to all Google Chrome users

12/14/2011, Google’s Cloud Print service is a pretty handy feature that allows wireless printing from a number of devices, namely mobile phones, tablets and Chromebooks. Well now it looks like Google is planning to expand its availability. Google announced...

Google Map Maker: now newbie friendly

12/14/2011, Google Maps, one of the most useful services from Google will get even better now thanks to the introduction of some new improvements to the Map Maker. In case you didn’t know, Google Maps isn’t a one-man operation and requires the...

Google Extends Free US and Canada Domestic Calling through 2012

12/13/2011, Google is doing it again and has made VOIP calls from GMail free for the USA and Canada through 2012. It’s Google’s gift for the Holidays and Google also reminds everyone that it also offers calls to the rest of the world at rates that it...

Say Merry Christmas with Skype

12/13/2011, If you’ve been sending out cards to your friends and family every season, and you’re getting tired of doing it, Skype has got the solution for you with its latest service: Say it with Skype. Launched earlier this year, Say it with Skype lets...

YouSendit: New Apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows and Mac

12/13/2011, I have been using YouSendit for a while now, for sending very large files (up to 2 GB!) over the internet when my email client could not handle it. The key feature is the ability to send files very quickly without login in – there is a 50 MB limit...

Google Earth shown off on 48 screens

12/12/2011, Google Earth is a pretty amazing service from Google which allows you to check out the whole world from the comfort of your own living room. And while most of us are content with browsing the earth on our computer monitors, Google decided to push the...

YouTube for Schools keeps YouTube educational

12/12/2011, YouTube can be used as a valuable teaching tool in the classroom, but while it is chockfull of educational content and useful knowledge – it is also filled to the brim with distracting videos. Cute kittens, people “failing”, music videos,...

Once Upon gives you the “retro” web experience

12/09/2011, If you’ve ever wondered what websites like Facebook, YouTube or Google+ would have looked like back in 1997, when everybody was using Netscape Navigator, Windows 95 and dial-up modems to surf the web, you’re in luck. A group of internet...

uFlavor wants to sell user-created sodas

12/09/2011, A new startup is attempting to take the soda-world by storm with its new service called uFlavor. This ambitious service aims to put soda creation in the hands of the community – if you don’t like what’s available in the market, you’re...

Twitter revamped in time for the New Year

12/08/2011, It wasn’t too long ago since Twitter introduced the current layout we use now on the official website, but it looks like the company is keen on starting the New Year with a new layout. Twitter has announced today a brand new version of the...

Google Search for tablet now shows images in carousel view

12/08/2011, It’s good to know that Google has been hard at work and consistently improving its multiple web experiences – be it on the desktop or on mobile, so it’s no surprise that Google has improved image search for tablets. Now when you search for...

Facebook Android app update officially launched

12/07/2011, The other day we mentioned that the Facebook for Android app would be getting an update in the near future and it looks like it’s sooner than expected. If you don’t already know – the official Facebook app for Android isn’t very good...