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Active “pinners” use Pinterest to discover cool technology ideas. Here are some amazing technology ideas you can find on Pinterest. Some you can try yourself, and some you can keep pinned for inspiration.
Microsoft SkyDrive says you can have 200 GB of space under a new plan that will cost you $100 a year. The plan is attractive for Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Surface 2 tablet users.
Lingua.ly is another innovative language learning tool that helps you become familiar with foreign words while browsing the Web. Lingua.ly turns the entire Web into a “language learning platform”.
Yahoo isn’t pulling any stops in its efforts to personalize the user experience for you. In the latest move, it has dusted off My Yahoo and given the personal start page a fresh look.
Once you are logged into Google, you would want to move around all Google services seamlessly. To that end, Google has updated the Google Bar with a new design. Google also has a new logo.
The new Yahoo app is going for the “cleaner, faster, and prettier” maxim. The Yahoo app came out in the immediate wake of iOS 7’s availability, and it has some very interesting features.
FutureLearn has launched with an open beta website and a roster of free online courses. The 20 pilot courses will run throughout the year and learners can join from any part of the globe.
Firefox has been updated for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. Firefox 24 is not dramatically different for desktop users, but Firefox for Android has got the WebRTC support to talk about.
When we talk about cloud storage, it usually revolves around backup and collaboration. So, let’s try to find some more interesting ways to fill up all the space they give us for free.
The new Google Wallet app is a significant update because now it won’t be limited to just NFC enabled smartphones, but all Android handsets. The app is still U.S. only.
The new Yahoo Answers is being advertised as better, faster and simpler. After many years of neglect, it looks the part. For now, the new Yahoo Answers is being rolled out in the U.S.
Once Google Groups was on the cutting edge of online social interactions. Social media is now the elite. With an upgrade recently, Google Groups has come out to create an identity of its own.
Google’s Creative Lab has turned out some software that helps turn a Raspberry Pi into a basic web server. The tiny web server can then be used for web based developmental projects.
You can once again use RSS feeds to have all Google Alert notifications delivered to your feed reader of choice. Google Alerts has reactivated the option which had disappeared following the shuttering of Google Reader a few months back.
A never ending curiosity about commonplace things is what gives birth to a scientist. The scientific spirit needs to be nurtured early, and today’s parents and teachers can play a big role.