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Google PR upadate for April 2009

Friday, April 3, 2009

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The PageRank update for April 2009 is underway. This is the first major PageRank update of the year (last being towards the end of december in last year). The update started yesterday. Biotech-geek.com The Everything Blog, still remains penalised. (its been almost an year since the penalty now Google, come one, you can show some […]

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New in Gmail: Select multiple files and a progress bar

Saturday, February 28, 2009

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Even though there was a Gmail outage recently on 24 Feb which lasted for couple of hours and the Gmail web interface was broken. Though it dissappointed me a little but i was anyway able to access Gmail via IMAP. Also, the web interface was back online quicker,although in bursts,in Google chrome thanon other browsers

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Multiple inboxes in Gmail

Friday, February 6, 2009

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Gmail just keeps getting better and better. This time, its a really useful feature. You can now have multiple inboxes in your gmail. You can enable this feature from “Labs” tab and then can configure “multiple inboxes” from settings. You can use it to organise your mails in an even better way. You can set […]

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Access Gmail offline

Monday, February 2, 2009

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Gmail just gets better and better. This time its something fresh. Gmail users can now access their Gmail accounts even when they are offline. This has been introduced as an experimental feature in labs, which since its birth is giving us many great features to love the mail service even more. If you are a […]

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The internet was a malware for 40 minutes

Sunday, February 1, 2009

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If you did a Google search between about 6:30 AM PST until 7:25 AM PST yesterday, you were for sure alerted by this error message against every search result irrespective of what you searched, “This site may harm your computer”. The error was fired for about an hour and was quickly fixed but it made […]

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