Web based productivity suite Google Apps and Salesforce customer management software are now integrated into a single software package.
Spotted this conversation between Nick Denton (Gawker) and Michael Arrington (TechCrunch) on Valleywag.
Google launched a mobile version of Orkut at m.orkut.com - the new mobile site lets you read Orkut scraps, receive updates from existing friends plus you can approve or decline new friend requests.
Google Pack pays AdSense publishers when a visitor downloads Google Pack through your website for the first time and installs at least one software via Google Pack.
If you are new to the world of blogs, wikis, tagging, RSS feeds and social media – this great diagram from Hutch Carpenter will come handy.
Answer a Yes/No for these three questions: Q 1: You have changed blogging platforms in the past – moved from Blogger to WordPress or from WordPress to Tumblr, etc?
How to post videos to Flickr with your webcam like YouTube Quick Capture.
Dubai Port Trust authorities have held two ships suspected for cutting the undersea fibre optic cables that disrupted Internet services across Middle East, Asia and North Africa.
Marc Brownstein – Our cell phones are on. Our wireless devices are on. Our laptops are on.
You can now login to any website that supports OpenID using your very own Google Account.
Flickr is perfect for sharing short family videos that you have captured with a digital still camera or your mobile phone.
Google Docs now lets you export your PowerPoint presentations as PPT files in addition to supporting the Adobe PDF format.
Eric Berlin prefers using Twitter over his RSS Reader. He writes – "I’ve been using my RSS reader more selectively of late, as a place to browse around when I have the time rather than looking at it as a mountain must be climbed everyday.
Twingly blog screensaver shows blog stories on a rotating 3D globe as they get published in different parts of the world in near real time.
According to SMH, 31 year old Marieke Hardy (or Ms Fits) is the top blogger in New Zealand / Australia.
Websites and Blogs are vulnerable to hack attacks if you are not using the latest security updates. Hackers can inject code into your WordPress files (especially themes) that will allow them to inflate the Google rankings of other spam websites though your blog.
The Best 25 Blogs in the Word according to TIME Magazine