Archive: July, 2013

7 Fun Uses For Twitter You Haven’t Figured Out Yet

It isn’t difficult to get addicted to Twitter. Check out this article to know more exciting facts about Twitter from After all, it hardly takes an effort to type in 140 characters. In those itsy-bitsy lines lies a great power, to either change the world with a tweet, or change your own world with […]

How to enable or disable Gmail’s new tabs

Gmail just rolled out one of its best features in years: Inbox tabs. (Actually, the feature was announced back in May, but is only just now starting to roll out to users.) Check out this helpful article from Borrowing a page from services like Alto and Swizzle Sweeper, Gmail can now automatically organize certain […]

How to get a full-screen Gmail compose window every time

By default, when you click Gmail’s Compose button, you get a window that appears in the right corner of the screen. Check out how to have  full screen compose window from this article on Now there’s a new option. In the top-right corner of that Compose window, you’ll see three icons: Minimize, Full-screen, and […]

5 Ways To Make Websites Easier To Read

With the amount of information on the Internet—news, stories, tutorials, encyclopaediae—it’s hard to ever stop reading. What usually gets you in the end is impracticality. A need to switch devices or to go offline, but also the inability to read it now and a lack of commitment to read it later. Check this article from […]

4G wireless now a necessity for businesses

Sprint and AT&T both unveiled new 4G coverage zones today. The realm of 4G wireless networking continues to grow with each passing week, and for business users it has matured from a luxury to a necessity. Check out why 4G is a necessity for business from this article on Sprint finally introduced 4G/LTE coverage […]

8 Child-Safe Websites Where Kids Can Catch All The Recent News

I probably picked up my first newspaper at the age of seven or eight and haven’t stopped since. It started with reading the comic strips first and then the sports page and that too hasn’t stopped since. Of course, I did catch all the happenings between pages one and last too. Check out this helpful […]

6 Quick Ways To Get Familiar With A New Operating System

In the past, the only consumer operating systems that mattered were Windows and maybe Mac OS X and Linux. Now, we also have Chrome OS, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone to worry about. Check on this great article from And new versions of these operating systems are coming out even more frequently. Microsoft recently […]

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