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Before the night of razzmatazz, go and visit Bing’s dedicated website for the upcoming Academy Awards. Bing has shaken hands with The Hollywood Reporter for the ultimate “Oscars resource guide”.
Pinterest has radically redesigned its mobile website. The latest makeover closes the gap in user-experience with its desktop version, and also the iOS and Android apps.
The best ads evoke. Nostalgia, hope, dreams…or as we shall discover here – inspiration. These ads might have outlived their commercial usefulness, but the timelessness of their inspirational messages are still enshrined on YouTube.
Bing joins the Winter Olympics that’s on in Sochi, Russia with top of the page display of search results from the quadrennial sporting event. Bing also gives you a scoreboard with the medals tally.
Security conscious users on Tumblr finally get the extra SSL Security layer to encrypt their Tumblr sites. For now, you have to do it manually as it is not set by default.
LibreOffice (Version 4.2) offers better performance and better interoperability with MS Windows, and further lays claim to its title of the best free office suite for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
5By.com is a new video curation application with a difference. It is a “video concierge” that trawls the Web for the best videos and delivers them to you…according to your mood.
Flipboard is introducing a more intelligent way of going through the cover stories. In the latest update to the curation app, cover stories will be organized by source, social network, and topic.
The walled castle of Apple has kept out smart keyboards like the popular SwiftKey. With SwiftKey Note, the predictive typing tool makes a small breach — a smart note-taking app with Evernote sync.
Opera has not only moved to the Google browser engine but also slimmed down by dropping a number of features. The earlier ubiquitous bookmarks bar feature has been brought back in a new stable release.
Inside is a newly launched website and mobile app which summarizes news stories in 300 characters or less. The news curation service could be an answer for our short attention spans and the overload of information.
Learning about typography isn’t only for designers. It’s for anyone who deals with the written word. Head to these seven places for quick no-effort primer classes on fonts and typefaces.
Twitter just added a few photo enhancements to its Twitter for Android app. Use two crop options for your photos — square or wide. Also added is the feature to rotate an image before you share it.
Two heads think better than one, but brainstorming is as much about individual problem solving as it is about the group. Here are some methods to build up a “storm” of ideas.
The Wikipedia Voice Intro Project (WikiVIP) is a novel attempt to record voices of notable achievers in diverse fields, and make them a part of the Wikipedia biographies in their name.