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Windows 7 did cause quite an uproar in the PC world because it is an operating system to look forward to. Microsoft surprisingly unveiled the beta build 7000 for public download (after it had been leaked on torrents already). The response from the community was overwhelming enough to bring Microsoft’s download se...

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Icon editing is one of those tedious tasks that can really pose to be a problem. Over the years I’ve used many Icon file creators and editors for Windows, but each one was limited in its functionality. I was working on the icon for The Technopath a couple of days ago and had to convert my design into an icon file...

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Skype is undoubtedly one of the best Instant Messenger with Voice over IP. From simple text chats, to low rate international calls, and anything in between, it is designed to handle almost anything you can throw at it....

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If there i one thing you’re sure to run into every day, it a brand new Twitter application. It seems like everyone these days wants to get their hands on the Twitter API. From Web Apps to Desktop Clients to Mobile Apps and even the Xbox 360, almost everything can tweet now. But rarely do we see a Twitter based ap...

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No web savvy user really needs an introduction to Google Earth. If you have ever used the internet for more than just email and chat, then chances are that you have heard or seen Google Maps, and its cousin, Google Earth. But still for those who don’t know, it is a virtual globe, that lets you see maps in 3D (tha...

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Social Networking has proved to be the core component in the success of Web 2.0, so its not a surprise that a new service or tool pops up everyday. Earlier, we reviewed Cooliris, another great plug-in which hangs our photos and videos from most social networking sites to a 3D wall and lets you browse through them. Tod...

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Social networking was one of the main focuses of Web 2.0 and thus has resulted in numerous services and applications that have become a part of our daily lives. Not a long time ago (back in 2001) there were no such things as Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, Flickr or any other social networking service you can imagine. No...

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