Posts Tagged ‘Google’

WebApps: Announcing ‘Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office’ general availability

Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office brings collaborative multi-person editing to the familiar Microsoft Office experience. You can share, backup, and simultaneously edit Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents with coworkers. Continue reading

Google launches Google TV website

Google has launched a new website that provides more information about Google TV and its apps and all of the other features of Google TV. Continue reading

Google Earth 5.2 is now available with new website!

Google Earth 5.2 has come out of beta and is now available for download. The update tool inside of Google Earth isn’t showing it yet, but if you head over Continue reading

Launched: Google Family Safety Center

Google yesterday, Thursady, 09/09/2010 launched its new Family Safety Center; a one-stop shop about staying safe online. Google has included advice from Continue reading

Google Launches Google Instant

Google has unveiled Google Instant. Google Instant is a new search enhancement that shows results as you type. The most obvious change is Continue reading

News: Google announces Realtime Search

Yesterday, 26 Aug, 2010, Google announced significant enhancements to Google Search, giving real-time information to its own home and more Continue reading

Google Testing New Feature: See Search Results as you Type

Google is known for live experiments among random subset of users. SEO consultant Rob Ousbey was the part of such experiment who noticed Continue reading

Browser Blowout 2010: IE vs. Firefox vs. Chrome vs. Safari vs. Opera

Our Lab tests reveal which browser is the fastest, the safest, and the most powerful tool for the Web.

Of all the software on your PC, the Web browser may be the most important tool you use each day–but you may not give it much thought. The difference between  Continue reading URL Shortener for Google Chrome Browser

When we are on some Social Networking website such as Facebook or Twitter, we often feel like posting some links and that time, the message box doesn’t allow us to since the characters exceed. This has happened with me plenty of times. When such a situation arises, we normally search for URL shortener. Continue reading