Twitter, More to Offer with its New Redesign

Twitter has come up with a new redesign of Twitter.com this week, with a two-pane format targeted at providing a richer user experience. CEO Evan Williams says that “Twitter has always been about getting a lot in a little”. He also adds that “The constraint of 140 characters drives conciseness and lets you quickly discover and share what’s happening. Yet, …

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Facebook Places Goes Live in the UK

The news that Facebook Places goes live in the United Kingdom has created a buzz across the web. The location feature of Facebook has launched its location feature in the UK today (Friday, September 17, 2010). Having this unique feature rolled out for UK, Facebook is experimentating on it, which indicates it may or may not be available for all …

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Gmail Introduces Priority Inbox

Are you tired of receiving huge amount of emails everyday? Are you just confused what emails to read and what not to? Is it wastage of time for you to sort out the important mails from all the mails you have received? If it is so, then you need not have to worry since the search engine giant Google has …

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Google on the way to release the Canary Build of Chrome

New revolution with Google Chrome – the world’s third most popular browser! The search engine giant Google has launched its latest revolutionary development, called Google Chrome Canary Build, which is the experimental and one of the most technical as well as risky version of the web browser ever. While on the experimentation phase, Google is constantly testing the new features …

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