Google Panda Update Winners

May 4, 2011 Leave a comment

As we reported past, the most recent data from SearchMetrics shows Google properties like YouTube and Blogger making search visibility gains in the UK as a result of the global roll-out of Panda. Related trends for these properties are mainly likely occurring in other countries as well.

While these aren’t the simply Google properties making gains, these two in particular seem to be analytic of a larger trend from the update. Video sites and blogs/news sites seem to be doing improved. Here are several of the gainers listed in SearchMetrics’ top 100 winners list: Read more…

iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Holiday Deals

December 23, 2010 Leave a comment

So you wait until the final minute to cross an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch off your holiday shopping list. No problem; a handful of deals can still be yours. Here is five of the top discount for Apple’s iOS devices:

Sam’s Club: 16 GB iPhone 4 for $147, 8 GB iPhone 3GS for $47

Annual membership at Sam’s Club can pay for itself with this week’s iPhone contract, offering $52 discounts off the 16 GB iPhone 4 and 8 GB iPhone 3GS. The contract is in result until midnight on December 24, and requires a two-year contract with AT&T.

Walmart: $50 gift card with 16 iPhone 4 or 8 GB iPhone 3GS

No Sam’s Club membership? No problem. Walmart has a similar deal to Sam’s Club, but with gift cards instead of cash for the 16 GB iPhone 4 and 8 GB iPhone 3GS. The deals, which require a two-year contract with AT&T, are only available in stores until Christmas day while supplies last, so you’ll want to call ahead to see if your local store is still participating.

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How to Care For Your USB from Receiving Viruses

August 8, 2010 1 comment

If you desire to protect your USB from getting unwanted files i.e. virus, worm, spy, trojan etc than you are at the exact place.

What I’m gonna tell you is that how to setup your registry to end a computer from saving files to your USB (It’ll block all of them)

If you contain windows XP with SP2, then you can immobilize the writing option to USB drives. This trick is very helpful if you have virus in your computer and desire to copy files from a USB Drive but don’t desire to transfer virus to the USB. Follow the given steps to disable the USB writing option:

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Suggest Page To Your All Friends In 3 Sec…..Amazing

July 12, 2010 Leave a comment

Step 1

On the address bar type

Step 2

Wait for 3 seconds. Your all friends selected

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Will You NextLaptop Be 4G???

July 7, 2010 Leave a comment

New smart phones with ultra fast 4G wireless broadband are making headlines this week, mainly Sprint’s slick HTC EVO 4G handset. But laptop manufacturers are receiving in on the 4G action too.

Lenovo ThinkPad laptops in the U.S. will currently support Sprint 3G and 4G (WiMax) wireless, the companies announced today. ThinkPad models are by now 3G-ready, and Lenovo will now offer 4G-enabled laptops like the business-oriented ThinkPad Edge.

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How to open the office 2007 files into Office 2003

July 7, 2010 Leave a comment

Today tip will assist you to resolve the compatibility issues between the Office 2003 and Office 2007. Because all programs in office 2003 used the older file extensions for its unlike programs. For example Word 2003 saves files with extension .doc, Excel 2003 saves files with .xls and PowerPoint saves files with .ppt. but on the other office 2007 worn the new file extensions for its different programs. For example Word 2007 saved files with extension .docx, Excel 2007 with .xlsx and PowerPoint  saves with .pptx. Now the difficulty is that when you will try to open office 2007 files into office 2003 and you will not able to open the file due to compatibility issues between both office versions. Microsoft provides a free compatibility pack to convert office 2007 papers to the office 2003 format. There are many third party free converter are obtainable but here we are using Microsoft office compatibility pack.

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MobiTV App Offers Live TV For IPhone

April 17, 2010 2 comments

MobiTV has lent its video streaming capabilities to a number of apps; hire you watching all from CBS’s college sports coverage to previous month’s NCAA basketball tournament on your iPhone or iPod touch. The company too built a not many apps of its own for things similar to the now-completed NBA standard season and Ultimate Fighting Championship events, delivering video-on-demand to mobile users.
But now MobiTV is moving more than sports into the wider realm of entertainment fare. Released this month, MobiTV’s self-titled app delivers live TV and video-on-demand content directly to your iPhone.
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