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BT removes dial-up internet service

British Telecom, one of the biggest telephone and internet service providers in the UK, have taken the step of removing its dial-up service, with the reasoning that only a “tiny number” of its customers use that specific service. can i buy cigars online As broadband becomes increasingly popular, very few services now offer dial-up internet, [...]

Google launches world’s first global online science fair for kids

For the first time, Google, the user’s favorite search engine and its partner launched the global online science fair for the younger students. It allows student which has an Internet connection and a Google account for taking the part in the competitive event.  Google says in a blog post, “You may have participated in local [...]

OnLive Game Service pops up with new Wi Fi feature

OnLive Game Service comes out with new feature of Wi Fi technology the feature is called Wi Fi beta. Now Wi Fi is available without any big installations or any new hardware . Previously OnLive use to provide gaming service, but only with wired technology. Now even with drop out if you go out of [...]

What is a Microsoft Phishing Filter?

Phishing is giving sleepless nights to many. It is a form of identity theft where in you get fraud mails or you are advised to visit fraudulent sites and if you get in there trap they will try to extract your personal details that might include your credit card details or your banking details. It [...]

Free Small Business Online Data Backup, Sync And Recovery Service

Sync your files online and across computers with Dropbox, it is a simple online data backup and recovery service. Unlike Amazon S3, dropbox comes with a user friendly software that works with a mac, pc and linux, it is ideal for people using different…

Google's 'Online' GDrive Will Make The PC Redundant

The Google Drive would mean users would no longer have to worry about their hard drives crashing as their data could be accessed from any machine

From The Daily Mail:

The proposed new Google GDrive could kill off the personal computer, experts have warned.

The Google Drive service, which will reportedly launch later this year, allows users to store information online on Google’s own servers rather than on the hard drive.

The process has been dubbed ‘cloud computing’ and is being seen as ‘the most anticipated Google product so far’.

The GDrive would mean users would no longer have to worry about their hard drives crashing as their data could be accessed from any internet connection, a move that could effectively make PCs redundant.

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Google's 'Online' GDrive Will Make The PC Redundant

The Google Drive would mean users would no longer have to worry about their hard drives crashing as their data could be accessed from any machine

From The Daily Mail:

The proposed new Google GDrive could kill off the personal computer, experts have warned.

The Google Drive service, which will reportedly launch later this year, allows users to store information online on Google’s own servers rather than on the hard drive.

The process has been dubbed ‘cloud computing’ and is being seen as ‘the most anticipated Google product so far’.

The GDrive would mean users would no longer have to worry about their hard drives crashing as their data could be accessed from any internet connection, a move that could effectively make PCs redundant.

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Google Plans To Make PCs History


From The Guardian:

Industry critics warn of danger in giving internet leader more power

Google is to launch a service that would enable users to access their personal computer from any internet connection, according to industry reports. But campaigners warn that it would give the online behemoth unprecedented control over individuals’ personal data.

The Google Drive, or “GDrive”, could kill off the desktop computer, which relies on a powerful hard drive. Instead a user’s personal files and operating system could be stored on Google’s own servers and accessed via the internet.

The long-rumoured GDrive is expected to be launched this year, according to the technology news website TG Daily, which described it as “the most anticipated Google product so far”. It is seen as a paradigm shift away from Microsoft’s Windows operating system, which runs inside most of the world’s computers, in favour of “cloud computing”, where the processing and storage is done thousands of miles away in remote data centres.

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CES: Try the free beta of Windows 7

If you can not wait a year or half of the Vista successor Windows 7 is due on store shelves, you can now try a free beta version of the upcoming operating system. Beta comes as Microsoft at CES Fair in Las Vegas presenting a newer version of the operating system than we have previously seen.

The big news is a better integration of Windows Live, which provides access to a range of online tools, better security, more stability and a much-needed adjustment of the annoying user account control, which have irritated users worldwide. There will be so many tools built into the Windows installation. Instead, you may download such as Windows Photo Gallery, which in turn has been added to the Live name. In other words, it becomes less fun to use Windows if you do not have an Internet connection.

HD video on Youtube

Web giant Google apparently believes that the time is ripe for HD video online, and we are some who are very happy. It requires a fast Internet connection (3-5000 kbit / s to live streaming) to view 720p videos, but it is now also every man’s cool, at least in this country.

Earlier could be via a small change in the URL good to see HD content, but it required both a high-definition video, but also a few niceties. For a URL could we just add “& fmt = 22″ to the end and vupti had HD video.

This little “hack” revealed that Youtube tested HD video and surround sound, but now there is official support.