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Gmail Sign In: How to securely login to Gmail

Gmail is one of the popular email service providers apart from Hotmail and Yahoo Mail. Here are a few tips that will help you sign up for and create a Google account and show you how to sign in or […]

CalcuTray: A Calculator for Windows 7, which stores calculation history

CalcuTray is a small and very interesting application for those who use Windows Calculator frequently. Windows Calculator can perform all the basic calculations but cannot store the history of the results. Unlike Windows Calculator, CalcuTray can also store history part, quite […]

Difference between Cloud computing and Grid computing

Cloud computing and Grid computing are the two words that end up confusing many people as they are similar in theory. Cloud computing and Grid computing involves massive computer network infrastructure. On the front end, cloud computing and grid computing […]

Windows 8 Simulator sneakily promotes Ubuntu

Many websites have been suggesting that if you have not yet installed the Windows 8 DP or do not want to go through the hassle of installing it, but still want to get a taste of Windows 8, you can install […]

Windows Intune Tips and Tricks Guide

Windows Intune enables businesses to manage and secure PCs. It also provides users with rights to current and future versions of Windows. It provides cloud based PC management including anti-virus, patch updating and more. Microsoft has released a document that will […]

New Panda Friendly Google AdSense Layouts for your blog

Google Panda update has, for good or bad, hit many a blogs search traffic. While there are many suggestions on how one can try to recover lost traffic, one thing not touched upon is having a Panda-friendly AdSense layout. Some websites push […]

Difference between SQL and NoSQL: Comparision

This article on SQL and NoSQL comparison will throw light on the debate on advantages and limitations on each. Ever since the buzz of NoSQL database evolved in storing data into the NoSQL databases,  I thought of exploring both the […]

Ultrabooks: The rebirth of Notebooks

For years personal computing has seen a lot of evolution happening in the operating system segment, especially with Windows evolving year after year – from Windows XP to Windows 8. The personal computing segment has seen a lot of experimentation […]

Samsung Series 3 Specs, Impressions and Pricing

Samsung has always been competing in market for better reviews for their gadgets and have succeeded most of the times. Samsung Series 3 notebook is another cowboy in town with its gun loaded. It has many catchy features that are […]

SQL Server 2012 “Denali” : New Features

Aiming to launch a technically upgraded and pumped-up-with-features Server, Microsoft is inching close to make SQL Server 2012 public. With the launch of SQL server 2012 CPT’s over the years I thought of brining you the key features of it. Well, […]

SONY VAIO VPCSA35 Laptop Specs, Review, Price

Looking for a new laptop this season I just found a nice model from Sony, yes SONY VAIO VPCSA35 which belongs to S series. Just released last week and I find it a balanced mobile PC. The laptop is loaded […]

New SQL Azure Reporting CTP with added features now available

There has been many significant improvements on Windows Azure over time. And for SQL Azure, this time Microsoft has added comprehensive intelligence capabilities to it. CTP stands for Customer Technology Preview that actually delivers Business Intelligence (BI) in the cloud. […]