Saikat is a techno-adventurer in a writer's garb. When he is not scouring the net for tech news, you can catch him looking for life hacks and learning tidbits. You can find him on Google+ & Twitter watching over the world.
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Facebook has updated its Messenger app for iOS and Android devices with a Snapchat like recording feature that lets you send 15-second video clips instantly. Exchange your moments and memories.
Amazon has cleverly brought together reading and listening in the new update to the Kindle app. With a tap you can now seamlessly go from reading to listening without losing your place in the book.
Good eating and sleeping habits help. Planned work habits help with the inevitable even more. Here are eight simple workarounds when your productivity crawls, your eyes glaze over, and you stifle the yawn.
Sleepy heads on a bus can nod off in peace if they have an Android with Google Now. The personal assistant has added an alarm that will wake you up when you reach your stop.
Microsoft has released OneNote Clipper for Chrome. OneNote Clipper easily allows you to save anything from the Web to OneNote with a click. Save your web favorites easily.
Not everyone will manage to travel to Brazil and watch the best of football. Google Street View brings you up, close, and personal with the locations that will host the matches.
Productivity obstacles hit us more often than we realize. When you get hit badly, be sure that there’s a solution in the 750+ million boards and 30 billion pins on Pinterest. Find the good stuff.
Google commemorates the 70th anniversary of the Normandy D-Day landings with a special collection in the Google Cultural Institute. It is a tribute to the brave soldiers who fought and fell that day.
Famous quotes hide powerful perceptions and ideas. Let’s search for ways you can use quotes for your self-development, productivity, and of course – self-expression. Here are some alternative ideas for quotations and sayings.
Google has just released an email encryption tool in the form of an “alpha” Chrome extension. End-To-End should help the less geeky among us secure our email messages within the browser.
Instagram goes from being a mere “photo-filter” app to an editing toolbox. Ten new features in the latest update should give Instagrammers more control over a photo’s look.
Google’s thumb sized media streaming dongle has arrived in six new countries after it made its debut in the U.S. last year. Australia, Belgium, Japan, Korea, Portugal, and Switzerland get the dongle.
Now, you can access your to-do lists from any browser and sync tasks across multiple platforms. Any.do unveils a brand new Web application.
We can choose to drown ourselves in the many good photography websites that have mushroomed around this hobby. Or we can go through the chaos of learning with some order – like an online course.
Two new improvements to Google+ should help to package all your precious memories captured in photos and videos into visual stories. They promise to work behind the scenes…automatically.