Do you know that you can easily remove the GSM SIM Card from the Apple iPhone and easily insert it in any other mobile phone likes the ones from Nokia, Sony, Samsung, etc.
What is your favorite font for websites and blogs ? The choices are Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, Serif Sans-serif and Calibri.
With competition hotting up in the internet messenger space, their web versions are seeing a lot of innovation Meebo presents a single unified interface for all popular IM clients including those from Yahoo, AOL, Google and MSN.
The much-awaited Real Player 11 that can rip streaming videos and lets you burn videos including YouTube clips to DVD is now available here.
Web 1.0 – Mostly read-only web Web 2.0 – Mostly read-write web Web 3.0 ? – Maybe the proportion of users who product actual content rather than just consume content will grow.
The hard-working Paula Neal Mooney has compiled a new list of Blogger salaries detailing the annual blog earnings of various bloggers from across the globe.
TMZ.com, the top Hollywood news and gossip site run by Harvey Levin is actually named after Thirty Mile Zone – an area in LA, California 90016 populated by celebrities.
I spent a few hours reading WebPagesThatSuck – the site is filled with truck-loads of good advice on Web Design from the guru – Vincent Flander.
Ubuntu is probably the most popular Linux distro that’s now also bundled with some Dell Computers.
Steve McCurry captured this memorable young Afghan Girl photograph in 1985 that adorned the cover of National Geographic Magazine in 1985. This young Afghan girl with here unforgettable green eyes is now one of the most famous face in the world.
Don’t rely on images or HTML signatures as not all your recipients may be on Outlook or web based Gmail – use plain ASCII text.
Podcast is defined as “a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar program, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal audio player.” The concept became so popular that the New Oxford American Dictionary declared “Podcast” as Word of the Year 2005.
You spent hours preparing that Microsoft Word document, only to discover that either the recipient didn’t have the Word software on his computer, or some of the fancy fonts that you used in your Word file, were not installed on his computer.
Think of the computer hard drive as a large warehouse of digital content. It has your emails, family photographs, office documents, presentations, saved web pages, spreadsheets, audio mp3 files, video clips, PDF ebooks and a million other file formats.
Last.fm, Pandora, Yahoo! Music, iTunes Radio.. there are so many good places where you can listen to streaming music online.
Google is not a search company anymore – they also write some wonderful software that can help you design 3D homes, chat with friends on the internet, manage your jumbo digital picture collection or travel to any corner of the world virtually.
You are sitting in a cyber cafÃ© and need to fine tune some digital pictures before sending them across to friends and family.