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Why Google will Take Over the World?

Why Google will Take Over the World?

Guest post by Daniel Divyakumar H, of The Indian Geek. A few months ago, Technically Personal received an anonymous “Guest post” titled The Google Deception. Since Raju mentioned that he had received an “anonymous” post on twitter, and that it didn’t look like spam – my curiosity was piqued. Who in their right minds would write an entire article for […]

     
 
 

Firefox 5 – First Details

Firefox 5 – First Details

Do you realize if it weren’t for Edison we’d be watching TV by candlelight?  ~ Al Boliska We are already used to the idea that a product, especially if we’re talking about software/hardware ones, will always improve, update and evolve. This is the core of modern economy and it is deeply in-wrought in our consumer’s mind. But, there are pieces […]

     
 
 

Half a Dozen Virtualization Mistakes to Avoid

Guest post by Christina Jenkins. The mistakes that the people inside organizations make when it comes to virtualization are known. When those mistakes are made, the benefits – all the efficiency and cost cutting that it allows – begin to disappear.More important than the increased ibuprofen expense and unnecessary late nights on the job for the IT department, is the […]

     
 
 

Download eBooks Composed From StackOverFlow Topics/Answers

Download eBooks Composed From StackOverFlow Topics/Answers

Stack Overflow is a popular website featuring questions and answers on a wide range of topics in computer programming. The website features the ability for users to ask and answer questions, and, through membership and active participation, to vote questions and answers up or down and edit questions and answers in a wiki fashion. Users of Stack Overflow can earn […]

     
 
 

Multitasking in Android 3.0 as Compared to Playbook & iPad

Google seems to be very busy as far as Android 3.0 is concerned, and this version is developed, designed and devoted to a larger extent for Tablets alone. Just two days ago, Google launched the Android 3.0 Software Development Kit (SDK) named ‘Honeycomb’ for developers. We already know a bit or more about the latest version of Android like – […]

     
 
 

Validation Errors of Some of the Most Visited Websites in the World

Validation Errors of Some of the Most Visited Websites in the World

W3C Validation Standards are considered a mark of good coding practices while developing websites. They are a set of standards that every website must try to comply with to be fast & secure. It’s considered to be the mark of a good website to reduce the W3C Validation Errors to a minimum in its coding. We all depend greatly on various websites […]

     
 
 

“The Chase” ad by Intel – Crazy, Geeky & Cool

To build the excitement around the second generation Intel Core i5 processor, Intel has launched an action-adventure video titled “The Chase.” For all its worth, Intel’s second generation 2011 series of processors are a notch above anything we have seen in the past couple of years and this video ad demonstrates the capabilities in 2 minutes flat. The spot demonstrates […]

     
 
 

Free Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 Promo

Free Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 Promo

We don’t normally write about Kaspersky free promo codes as they hardly ever work, but this one seems to be working fine enough to post here. Having said that, we are not sure for how long this will work, so grab it while it lasts. This promo code is for Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, a hugely popular and much recommended […]

     
 
 

The Google Deception

Guest post by anonymous “Don’t be evil” says Google, information and services should be free. People should watch videos for free. We’ll make a free browser, free operating system, free picture viewer, free search free free free stuff. (applause) – How about free Google Ads? Google is a great company and I love it. It’s just that there are some […]

     
 
 

CES 2011 – Faster Technology & Better Media Connectivity enable ‘Enhanced Networking’

It was predicted that in this year’s CES 2011 the tip of the iceberg was networking and it was also said that electronic gadgets and devices will have more built-in networking capabilities than computers. The main theme of the networking vendors at CES 2011 was ‘Home is where the Network is’. This should not come as a surprise because since […]