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Things I Should Have Known Before Becoming a Software Engineer

November 23, 2010

Contributed by Syed Awab Hasan Actually, rather than waste your time, I would cordially like to inform you that the only thing you should have known before you became a software engineer is that you shouldn’t have worked towards becoming one. You just wasted your time. Just kidding! When we human beings exist at the […]

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Go: Google’s New Programming Language

December 22, 2009

The Buzzword ‘Open’, is being used by everyone and anyone in the world of innovation. Open source. Open platforms. Open standards. The company which knows the real meaning of Open is Google. Open for new and innovative ideas. Google has recently announced a big news for all the programmers out there. Guess what! Google has […]

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Motorola All Set For 20 New Headsets

October 30, 2009

Droid is just the new beginning; Motorolla is all set to release 20 new handsets in 2010. Motorola’s rebirth is a new step towards a prosperous future. As the CEO Sanjay Jha quoted ‘multiple tens’ when asked on how many phones Moto is planning next year, and firming that to at least 20 when pushed. […]

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Twitter: The Next Battle Ground For Microsoft and Google

October 22, 2009

The battle between the two rivals Microsoft and Google heated up as Twitter announced its deal with the two giants yesterday. Now tweets can be searched through these search engines very easily. Twitter has given access to Bing, so that it can detect and determine tweets coming from all over the globe. So if you […]

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Announcing Your Arrival On Search Engines

October 21, 2009

Contributed by Faisal Shehzad With the increasing importance of web presence many ways have been developed to promote a web site. I‘ll discuss on search engine because it’s the most effective and easiest way. Announcing your arrival on search engines: The tabs below go directly to the add URL pages of major search engines: Azoos […]

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Fast Flip-Read The Google Way

September 16, 2009

Imagine if it took ten minutes to flip the page of a magazine or newspaper. Google has used all its might to make life easy and simple for those who want to read more and browse less. Due to the continuous experimentation of Google Labs now traditional way of reading is “back on the track”. […]

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Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5-Launches This October

September 14, 2009

Microsoft will be launching Windows Mobile 6.5 in this October on the 6th. Then onwards, Windows Mobile 6.5 will hit the retail stores worldwide. Because this time Microsoft has planned to surprise its users by providing them improved and advanced browsing capabilities with additional access to valuable services, including Windows Marketplace for Mobile and My […]

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Integrating Youtube with Twitter and Facebook

September 9, 2009

Contributed by Asim Zeeshan There are infinite YouTube users out there and many spend a considerable amount of time on popular Google owned video sharing service. Regular users of Youtube also mark videos as “favorite”, “rate”, upload and comment on videos. Many users also share videos from Youtube to the popular Social Networking website Facebook […]

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ChromePlus: A Must Test for all Advanced Chrome Users

September 8, 2009

Contributed by Rafaeel Akbar Chaudhry Google Chrome has become one of the robust browsers out there in a short span of time. Google Chrome has been applauded for its clean user interface, speed, and features. Though it is claimed to be one of the fastest web browser available, but it is still in beta and […]

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YouTube Plans To Pay Per Play

September 4, 2009

We know you are always signed in on your YouTube account during office hours. Now we do not need to instruct the MIS or IT department to block every link that leads to YouTube, because YouTube, the free video streaming website is making arrangement s in order to make you pay-per-play as you watch the […]

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