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A small but important addition to YouTube makes discovering tracks and albums easier. Type in a search to see a long list of the top tracks and albums on the right linking to the videos.
Everything here might be tagged with a dollar sign, but there are many alternative ways to use the resources on Amazon. Yes, they are free. Dive into Amazon’s depths.
In the latest update, the Google Play Music app for Android lets you listen to any streaming radio station offline. With offline caching you can download a radio station for listening anywhere.
Microsoft has finally given users some peace of mind by introducing optional multi-factor authentication in Office 365. In the same announcement, the company said the feature will arrive in Office 2013 this year itself.
In a major update, Pixlr Touch Up has added 100 new overlay effects and new adjustment tools to the popular app for Chrome and Chrome OS. Play with vignetting, light painting, bokeh, fireworks, and light leaks.
The new Carbonite pack for Angry Birds Star Wars II now features eight new characters from the movie franchise – or more accurately, six classic characters and two bonus ones just to make it more interesting.
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.