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Google now draws graphs

12/06/2011, Do you remember back in the days when Google Search was only good for searching the web? Now it’s capable of doing so much more – from checking out release dates, defining words, giving you flight schedules and so on. Well, Google has announced...

Mozilla introduces gamepad support to Firefox

12/05/2011, It looks like Mozilla is about to take web gaming to a whole new level. The company has recently announced the introduction of the Gamepad API (application programming interface) which will let game developers enable gamepad access from within Firefox. At...

Wikistream shows you Wikipedia real-time activity

12/05/2011, Wikipedia is a pretty amazing website. Millions of pages of information, with new pages added and current pages being edited or deleted every second – all done by the Wikipedia community. But most of the time we don’t even notice these changes...

Google search offers pinnable tile on Windows Phone devices

12/02/2011, Just because you use Windows Phone 7.5 does not mean that you have to love Microsoft’s Bing as your default browser. Similarly just because you own an Android phone does not mean that your preferred search engine must be Google, but now Google is...

Alibaba to launch its own Google+ like social network

12/02/2011, Alibaba has often been referred to as China’s answer to Google, and rightfully so. They are one of the country’s largest (if not the largest) search engine and have even services and products that mirror Google’s own, so it’s really not surprising...

Google to challenge Amazon Prime?

12/02/2011, Google has definitely come a long way since its early days of primarily being just a search engine and now it looks like it’s about to expand its horizons even more. Google was recently challenged by Amazon when it released its own Android tablet,...

YouTube facelift now live

12/01/2011, Last month we reported that Google has been testing a new user interface for YouTube with certain people around the world, and now it looks like the new UI is ready to go. The brand new look for YouTube has just been launched today and should be available...

Amazon Kindle Store now in Italy and Spain

12/01/2011, Good news for folks in Italy and Spain who have been longing to get their hands on a Kindle eReader – Amazon has finally opened up its doors to the aforementioned countries just in time for the holiday season. Folks living in Italy and Spain will be...

Facebook status update now supports 60K+ characters

12/01/2011, If the current 5,000 character limit on Facebook status updates isn’t sufficient for your updating needs you’re in luck. Facebook has announced today that the maximum character count in status updates has been increased to over 60,000...

What do people look at on your Facebook profile?

11/30/2011, If you’ve ever wondered what people look at when they visit your profile on social networks like Facebook, we’ve got some answers for you. The folks over at the EyeTrackShop recently performed an interesting study on a group of 30...

Last.fm now on Spotify

11/30/2011, Earlier today, Spotify Apps was announced, and now we get to find out more about the apps that will be available with the music streaming service. One of the apps that will be available is Last.fm, a music recommendation service that’s made its name...

Yahoo! Messenger for Windows updated

11/30/2011, Great news for fans of Yahoo! Messenger – Yahoo! has just announced the launched of an updated version of its popular instant messaging client for Windows. The latest version features many new improvements that have been requested by its users. First of...

Spotify Apps introduced

11/30/2011, Remember the rumor about Spotify introducing support for third party apps at today’s event? Well, it looks like they were spot on because Spotify has announced today the introduction of Spotify Apps. With Spotify Apps, users can enhance their...

Google introduces a new Google bar

11/29/2011, Just when we were getting used to the black horizontal bar on top of all our Google services, it looks like the company has something new in store for us. Today on the Official Google Blog, they announced that they will be rolling out a brand new Google...