Adobe develops great tools for web design and image editing but the licenses are often too expensive. As an alternative, you can rent Photoshop, Dreamweaver and other Adobe software for a fixed monthly fee.
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Google Images includes a handy similar images option that lets you quickly find other images on the Internet that appear visually similar to the one you are looking at.
Amazon Cloud Drive is like an online hard drive – you get 5 GB of free online storage space to store documents, photos, music and all other files securely in the cloud. All you need is a free Amazon.com account and a web browser.
Looking to buy an Amazon Kindle in India? Learn about the various shopping websites that will ship the Kindle to your address in India and also compare the price of Kindle across these places.
Do you want to run a video commercial for your website or your business on national TV channels? Now you can with Google TV Ads.
The browser home page is the first web page that you see when you start your web browser. Let’s see how we can make our start page more interesting and random.
Learn how you can wirelessly print documents and emails with Google Cloud Print from anywhere without even requiring a mobile phone.
Shopping online but don’t have time to read the fine print? If you are worried that you may be charged later, use a virtual credit card for the purchase.
What is the exact percentage of revenue that Google shares or splits with AdSense publishers worldwide? Is it same for all AdSense publishers/
Some of your favorite add-ons (aka extensions) may not work with Firefox 4 since the developer has not updated them yet. There’s however a workaround to make all older add-ons compatible with the new Firefox 4.0.
Youtube lets you link to a specific time in the video using the t parameter. This helps because if a video is long, you can directly link to the most interesting part and skip the previous part.
As we bid adieu to 2008, let’s looks at some useful web applications that really made an impact. All these apps are available online for free and require no installation.
This tutorial describes how you can customize the layout and design of your new Facebook profile page with the help of image slices.
If there are specific folders on your hard-drive that you need to access frequently inside Windows Explorer, you can map these directly to a drive letter via SUBST for quick access.
Learn how you can control the visibility of your Facebook location. You may even display your current geo-location to select friends or hide it from everyone on Facebook.
Learn about some simple Gmail filters that will help you quickly find all the important email messages in your Inbox.
Know when the next book of your favorite author is hitting the stores before anyone else. Also keep track of all new and upcoming book releases around any topic.
Here are some important legal issues that must be taken care of before you sign-up with any of the cloud providers for your business.
Learn how you can easily embed a YouTube video in your site using both HTML5 and Flash video. The video player will automatically switch depending upon the OS and browser of the visitor.
Do you work at the computer for long hours? Learn about software that can help you reduce eye-strain, RSI and other computer related stress!
If you see a message – this video is private – it indicates that that YouTube video you’re trying to watch is not available for your Google Account. You can however still see some frames of that private video.
The iPad is an awesome device for reading PDF documents and ebooks. Learn about some of the best PDF Reader Apps for your iPad.
Learn how companies like Dell and Bank of America provide real-time customer support through social sites like Twitter and Facebook.
What do you do with old CDs and DVDs? Instead of throwing them away, here are 10 ideas for things you can do with that discarded collection.
This guide describes how you can change your Twitter username (or handle or ID) without affecting your following count or your tweets.