Google Now, launched about one and half years ago in July 2012, is a voice over personal assistant tool that provides you the answers over the voice, much like Apple’s Siri. Essentially, Google Now is Google’s answer to compete with Apple’s
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Chrome 32 has landed, if your Chrome hasn’t auto updated itself, you can head to chrome://chrome/ to check the version of your Chrome, which will download and install the update for you automatically. A major change has been made into
We’ve covered a lot Sublime Text before, although, it’s currently among one of the most used developer tools out there, it’s not entirely free and it cost a fortune for a single license ($79). Light Table has been under development
Chrome has gradually become the old IE, getting slower and slower after each release, it’s resource intensive, and most importantly, it’s not as fast as it used to be. Google’s ambition to turn Chrome into an OS surely suggests what
Happy New Year! 2013 is now in the history book, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish every one the best in the coming year ahead. As usual, we brought you the monthly awesome wallpaper themes from Smashing Magazine.
Younity is the new kid in town in attempt to make all your files accessible from anywhere as long as you have a connection to the internet and keep computer at home turned on and connected as well. The approach
We covered many online storage solutions, many of which are pretty much the same. You upload your data to the cloud and let the companies who provide those services host your data on your behalf. There is no problem with this.