On September 2, Google Chrome finished a whole year since it launched to the world in that unexpected comic book format. To celebrate the occasion – albeit two weeks late – Google has unveiled the new stable version of their browser, Chrome 3. 0. The version numbers seem to be ticking by faster than we can report them, with Chrome 2.0 being launched just four months ago; still, who’s complaining?
“My laptop is stolen and I can’t get it back. I’ve lodged complaint but no traces!” Doesn’t this seem a problem happened to your colleague or neighbor or that somebody you don’t know. You might be reading this article because you own a laptop and want to safeguard it. If someday your laptop gets stolen – hopefully never – Prey is small and lightweight application that will help to track your laptop. If the thief has not read this article( LOL! ), then this application will send general status, list of running programs and active connections, fully-detailed network and WiFi information, a screenshot of the running desktop and -in case your laptop has integrated webcam- a picture of the thief. Sounds good, read on.
An enterprise portal, also known as an enterprise information portal (EIP) or corporate portal, is a framework for integrating information, people and processes across organizational boundaries. It provides a secure unified access point, often in the form of a web-based user interface, and is designed to aggregate and personalize information through application-specific portlets. One hallmark of enterprise portals is the de-centralized content contribution and content management, which keeps the information always updated.
The mid-1990s saw the advent of public Web portals like AltaVista, AOL, Excite, and Yahoo!. These sites provided a key set of features (e.g., news, e-mail, weather, stock quotes, and search) that were often presented in self-contained boxes or portlets. Before long, enterprises of all sizes began to see a need for a similar starting place for their variety of internal repositories and applications, many of which were migrating to Web-based technologies.
By the late 1990s, software vendors began to produce prepackaged enterprise portals. These software packages would be toolkits for enterprises to quickly develop and deploy their own customized enterprise portal. (more…)
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Microblogging platform Twitter is now presenting you a new service in partnership with Jajah. Now you can make calls (literally!!) using Twitter. What will you call it? MicroCalling? Yeah maybe, because the time-limit for each call is maximum 2 minutes. Jajah – IP Telephony Platform is bringing this MicroCalling (Some day, I will be founder of this word “MicroCalling” in the history of web… LOL) service to Twitter.
Any new business needs eye-balls to notice them in early stage. Marketing is key to any business and it ensures that people know the brand, talk about it and spread the word of mouth about the business. To let the ball rolling businesses start campaigning and generating buzz in the market about their brand and product. It seems very tremendous task. But that may not be the case. As I read the story from entrepreneur.com, with simple but effective steps businesses can generate the buzz.
Recently I was working on Twitter profile of GoosPoos (@goospoos). I saw some twitter profiles with custom backgrounds containing information or some fancy images. I too wanted to change the background of GoosPoos twitter profile. Below are the steps on how I changed the twitter profile background with custom image.
Why Google is so intelligent? Because Google knows it all. Below are two excellent proofs. No Hard Feelings…!!!