E-commerce companies are spoiling us with all these massive discount days and shopping festivals. There is an on-going debate on who is making the money and who is burning some more. However there is one thing for sure, consumers are grabbing deals to their benefits. As part of Flipkart's Big Billion Day, the Google Home… Continue reading Google Home Mini: My Experience Report
This morning I picked up an article from my twitter timeline. Google Says It Can Predict Which Films Will Be Huge Box-Office Hits In a study called "Quantifying Movie Magic with Google Search," Google says searches for movie trailers a month prior to a film release help predict opening weekend sales. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/google-study-can-predict-success-of-movies-2013-6#ixzz2VnfzR6Nn Not sure… Continue reading Can social media predict the fate of films at the box-office ?
It's often seen that people spend too much time doing the most basic computing operations. Here is a list of some of my favourite tools which power my PC at work. Launchy Always a problem finding the right file? Look no further. Launchy has been the most useful piece of software to get me directly… Continue reading 5 super tools which power my office PC
Frantic search for Sabina continues-India-The Times of IndiaScary. The last message she sent to her husband - "They are in my bathroom". After which there has been no news from Sabina. As of Friday evening there was no confirmation on what happened to her. Mumbai Mirror - Terrorists partied before mayhem near Leopold, News -… Continue reading Mumbai Terror Attacks – Links that grabbed my attention
Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. A quick note on what I think about it. I like it ... It's blazing fast. Yes, pages load really really fast. The recent bookmarks/most visited websites displayed on the default home page is… Continue reading Google Chrome can’t yet be my default browser
Yes, Google gets 1300 resumes every day. And you can't be surprised why, with all the lovely perks on offer. Go take a look. Also see the Time special: Life in the Googleplex Photo Essay
I happened to read this story a few days back where Mark Cuban commented that only a 'moron' would buy YouTube. And it seems in less than a few days Google announced it's plans to purchase YouTube. I would really like to know if somebody bothered to check with this gentleman on what he had… Continue reading Mark Cuban, please comment
I was reading the new feature updates about Google Reader. I have been waiting for this application to get better so that I could change my reader from bloglines. I had really not experimented much with Reader earlier, so I can't really make a comparison of the changes. However, a few things which I liked… Continue reading Google Reader now bookmarked