iPhone is old talk and now people are in search of new and more stylish gadgets. However this does not overshadow the glory of the revolutionary multi touch technology introduced by Apple with the release of the Apple iPhone. iPhone has proved itself as one of ...

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It all started a couple of months ago when there was a rumor flying through the blogosphere about Google penalizing blogs for selling links. Many bloggers took this information as a mere rumor but little did we all know that Google was very serious about stopping ...

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Gmail is a Google-owned, web-based email service that includes over 2 gigabytes of storage (and growing). Until now Gmail only offered POP access which would let you read new email messages in your inbox but any changes made to your Gmail inbox on a ...

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If you search and view Adobe PDF documents regularly online then you might have noticed that whenever you click on a .PDF File Link the browser tries to open the PDF File inside it and in case the file is big the browser can crash and ...

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I know this blog has been dormant for over almost one whole week now and the reason for this was my tight schedule and my secret project but not to worry anymore as I am back to make Sizlopedia more sizzling than ever. In this new season ...

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There are many tips and tricks that can be applied to Windows XP in order to save or hide your private files. Some of these tricks require the use of certain softwares while some tricks require complex manipulation and heavy tweaking to your registry. Jeff from I ...

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Making web 2.0 style images isn't easy because it requires complex modifications like creating image reflections and giving them a glossy look. Unless you are a Photoshop professional it will quite hard for you to make image reflections and following 30 minute long tutorials to achieve ...

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Internet censorship in countries like Iran, UAE, China and Saudi Arabia is inevitable. Their government controls the Internet traffic themselves and most of the sites like YouTube, Flickr, Orkut, Hi5 etc are banned there. However this does not keep people from inventing new tools and utilities to ...

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