You can now check the current location of an Indian Railways train on a Google Map. Just type the train details or the station name to know the exact location.
Have you have ever wondered why does the capital letter J appear in some of our incoming email? Is it part of the web lingo?
What is the business model of your favorite Internet and technology companies? A chart reveals it all.
You can use Dropbox as a Glacier client and any files that you upload to Dropbox will get saved in your Amazon Glacier Vault.
Are neighbors piggybacking on your Wi-Fi network? Learn about simple ways to prevent neighbors from using your wireless Internet without permission.
If you forget your Yahoo account password, you'll have to verify your identity to recover the account.
Learn how to add a logo image or even a watermark to all your YouTube videos without even editing the original clips.
You can no longer export Google Documents in the old Office formats like doc or xls but there is an easy workaround.
You expect email messages to be delivered in a second or two but sometimes they are late by several minutes or hours. Why?
A roundup of my tech columns that were published on the @WSJIndia website.
Learn how to create Social QR Codes that will encourage fans and customers to like your Facebook Pages.
Web publishers and bloggers can now publish pages directly to the Amazon Kindle. Just embed the new "Send to Kindle" button from Readability and visitors can read any of your articles later for free on their Kindles.
Do you have trouble downloading apps on your iPhone or iPad and they are seem to be waiting forever? Here are some workarounds.
They were asked to block YouTube in Pakistan but PTA blocked dozens on Google services including Docs, Apps and even Analytics.
Twitter has added a new people directory that lists all public Twitter profiles sorted by name. It is similar to the people directory available on Facebook.
Your Facebook Page has a secret résumé but one that is only visible to search engines and non-Facebook users.
You can bundle your favorite Wikipedia articles in a nicely formatted ebook and read it offline on any mobile phone, ebook reader or Tablet.
The Apple Maps website has been updated and no longer claims that Apple has built the most powerful mapping service ever.