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Goodreads has made the hunt for the next book to read a lot easier. If you like books, and are on Goodreads (or planning to be), then these tips should help enrich your reading experience.
Visualizing your dream vacation just got easier with the introduction of “Place Pins” by Pinterest. Pinners can create travel focused Place Boards with the help of Place Pins on an interactive map.
Flickr Photo Books is a new service from Flickr that gives you an easy way to turn your best photos into a glossy photo book. Generate a glossy hardcover book with a click.
Microsoft Research has just developed a nice little app that turns your Windows Phone into a remote device for controlling MS Office documents on your PC. You can walk around while interacting with Office documents.
Can we put some value in the minutes we waste? Let’s get thinking about the productive things we can do online when we have a few minutes in our hands.
Microsoft expanded its retail footprint with the opening of an official store on eBay (US). The Microsoft Store on eBay is positioned as a complementary offering as the busy holiday shopping season draws near.
Visualizations help us fathom the unfathomable. When we have to talk about space and how it affects us, there are fewer better tools than the visual imagery of an infographic or an interactive visualization.
Microsoft’s recently introduced app called 3D Builder for Windows 8.1 should make it easier for amateurs try their hand on 3D printing. The application takes advantage of the native 3D printing feature on Windows 8.1.
Google gets an updated app for the iPhone and iPad. The latest design changes make it more suitable for iPad’s expansive screen estate. The app gives you some extra room for serious multitasking.
Any photography project done over a year seems epic. But let’s break it down to a single day and a single task – a single photo every day for only a year.
Now, you can easily save all or individual attachments to Google Drive. The latest update to Gmail also allows you to preview the attachments and interact with the files in the inbox itself.
Gmail has added more “Quick Action” buttons to the inbox which helps you carry out tasks with nothing more than a click. The context sensitive buttons are meant to be productivity boosters.
Yahoo Mail brings multitasking to the web email interface. The Recent View feature shows you a list of the recent messages composed, recently opened emails, and your latest search.
In the crowded space of Instagram, it is the quirky photos that draw the eye. Follow these ten unusual hashtags if you like your photos to be a little bit off the beaten track.
Twitter has introduced an “Alpha” testing phase for the development of its Twitter app for the Android platform. This will allow interested testers to get in early to provide feedback and collaborate.