Windows Azure

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Females use Social Media Aggressively?

Long back we discussed sex proportion distribution on online social media. Now here is a report which is particularly talking about Twitter.

Whether the sexes behave differently on Twitter.

The answer is again Yes they do. Do these results match your personal experience? It was found that although men and women have an equitable number of followers, women tend to tweet and follow more–12% and 2% more than men, respectively. [Read more...]

Google Chrome for Mac & Linux

Though there were certain hacks to run Chrome on Mac. Google has now officially bought Chrome for Mac and Linux out of beta, and introduce Chrome’s first stable release for Mac and Linux users. Stable versions are more reliable and has lesser bugs. It also provides many new features. [Read more...]

Keep Playing Pacman on Google

Playing Pacman has always remained a fun. But people started complaining that productivity is lost by wasting time playing the game when Google got the entire planet excited to play Pac-Man using only its logo. I guess if you are wise in scheduling your time your produdtivity can’t be hampered by such tools.

Google have celebrated the 30th anniversary of one of the top computer games – Pacman – by placing a useable game on its home page. [Read more...]

Google Encrypted Search

Google has provided the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption to products ranging from Gmail to Google Docs and others, now it has announced Google SSL Search. As people spend more time on the Internet, they want greater control over who has access to their online communications. SSL connections use the “https” distinction in the address or the “protected” flag that appears in your web browser. [Read more...]