When Apple announced their super huge bendable iPhone 6 Plus, I’d like to think, Google was smiling in the background saying… “Wait for it”. Today,… Read More »Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and Android Lollipop are here!
I don’t remember seeing this happen, but the mighty Gmail and Google+ are down. Google’s App Status Dashboard tells you that Gmail is currently down. I’m surprised they don’t have a similar one for Google+.
Internet Explorer 11 Release Preview is now available for Windows 7. This release also signals the final preview release before general availability of IE11 for Windows 7 later this fall. IE11 for Windows 8.
WordPress 3.6 has finally been officially released. The purpose of the release has been to improve the editing and post composing features of WordPress which is, after all, the very basis of why you’re using WordPress.
Back in January, Jeffro announced that WPTavern may no longer be regularly updated. However, over the past few weeks, I’ve been following the new posts at the blog by the new owner. And, yesterday WPTavern opened its doors to writers worldwide to contribute to making the website a highly successful WordPress community.
Over the past few years, YouTube has gained a strong presence in the video world. It’s one of those services that Google has bothered to develop versus others which have been neglected post acquisition. Yesterday, YouTube announced the launch of paid channels as a pilot programme with a small group of partners that will offer paid channels on YouTube.
If you’ve wanted to prevent your site from appearing on Google Shopping or Google Advisor, you now have a chance to do so within Webmaster tools. Webmasters can now opt out of having content that Google has crawled from their site displayed on: Google Shopping Google+ Local Google Flights Google Hotels Google Advisor To do so simply visit the Opt-Out page and you will be presented with the following option. Simply click the big red button to exclude your site from showing up in the Google properties.
After axing Reader a few days back, Google unveiled Google Keep. Integrated with Google Drive, Google Keep aims to help you keep track of your notes. The interface is very basic on the browser and straightforward on your phone.
Ever since I bought a Kindle around a year back, I’ve rediscovered my love for books. The various apps available for desktop and mobile make reading a breeze. However, I am yet to use the Kindle to browser websites, because the browser is just not built for this.