Find AdSense for feeds directly in Blogger

Recently I visited the AdSense for feeds blog of google & I found that now it even easier to configure their blogs to work with FeedBurner and AdSense for Feeds, with just a few clicks, are able to do both at the same time. To set this up, go to Blogger and select the blog […]

Google now discover new URLs Using RSS/Atom feeds

Hey ! Just what we needed. In its endless efforts to make the life easier for webmasters, Google has now understood that indexing RSS feeds and Atoms could be yet another value addition to their arsenal of indexing tools. Google generally would use incoming links, sitemaps, etc to index new files and websites, and with  […]

Yahoo Meme : Yahoo’s New Service Like Twitter.

Yahoo! Meme is the new micro-blogging service from Yahoo is now open to all. I decided to check out what was all the fuss was about and came away with mixed feelings. I liked its layout even though it felt a bit like Twitter, the idea of sharing videos, images and audio seems to be […]

Try out the unofficial Free Open Source Chrome OS now!

Can’t wait anymore to get the ultimate Google product, the Chrome OS, on your PC? Wait no more. Built from SUSE Studios, the Chrome OS Linux basically is a light install of SUSE Linux containing the latest developer build of Chrome for Linux. Although not the official launch from Google, the unofficial Chrome OS Linux […]

Microsoft Courier – First Details

Courier is a real device, and we’ve heard that it’s in the “late prototype” stage of development. It’s not a tablet, it’s a booklet. The dual 7-inch (or so) screens are multitouch, and designed for writing, flicking and drawing with a stylus, in addition to fingers. They’re connected by a hinge that holds a single […]

Windows 7 – $30 for Students

Windows 7, the next and most updated operating system for home PC’s is getting closer to release on October 22nd. Coming with new improvements, upgrades and an eye pleasing new “glass” look, the OS should please owners of both powerful and underpowered machines alike. Any student with a valid student email address are eligible to […]

MAPTOR Combines a Projector and Mapping GPS Into One

Shaving some size and weight off the average GPS handheld or foldable map, MAPTOR, designed by Jin-Sun Park and Seon-keun Park, displays your maps via a pico projector no larger than a tiny flashlight. The concept includes a built-in GPS receiver that provides you with a little red dot of your location, so that you […]