The Web OS not only replicates the look and feel of a freshly installed Windows Vista desktop environment in your browser but comes with a variety of applications like Notepad, File Explorer, Media Player, Calculator, and even games like Solitaire and Spider.
This article describes how you can use Google Sidewiki without installing the Google Toolbar. You can add the Sidewiki bookmarklet to your web browser or your iPhone and read Sidewiki entries or annotations for any web page.
Dawn Foster shares some good tips for writing blog content that your visitors will not only enjoy reading but they will also link to you thus improving your search rankings without you having to hire an SEO.
Google UK has released a PDF booklet with some very useful tips on how to make your website work. The guide is written primarily for online businesses and marketers but the tips and findings are relevant for small websites as well.
Gmail's built-in spam protection system is smart at spotting junk messages but it can sometimes mark even legitimate emails as spam. It is therefore necessary that one should always scan the junk folder manually for any important messages before emptying it.
AddThis, which offers social sharing widgets for websites and blogs, offers a services directory that not only lists all the existing bookmarking sites in one page but you can also compare which services are most popular between two countries, or overall across the globe.
If you are conducting an online meeting or need to make a remote presentation from your home office, these tips and good habits from GoToMeeting should come in handy: It’s tempting to eat or drink while recording or live casting your podcast, video cast, webinar or remote meeting.
Microsoft Office Web Apps is a Google Docs like product that will let you create, edit and view Excel, PowerPoint and Word documents in the browser. This article describes how you can access web based Microsoft Office now.