Category Archives: Web

e.biz is the winner for single letter .biz, sold for $66,001

Recently sedo.com started selling single letter domain names for .biz, and e.biz was the winner. Runner up was 1.biz sold for $32,003.

Unofficial price list from domainnamewire.com

1.biz $32,003
2.biz $5,801

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Espresso Book Machine, Books on demand, and Google.

Welcome to brand new ways of publishing, distributing and consuming books.

It seems Google is here to dominate Online Open Book Market, Recently Google acquired reCAPTCHA, Now On Demand Books, makers of the Espresso Book Machine, are saying that they have been granted access to Google’s library of public domain digital books for use with their product. Read More …

Search deeper, go serious with zakta

Google is number one search engine, but for people who are into real serious search business have to put a lot of efforts to make some sense out of the Google search results. Additionally if you want to categorize and organize the search result, you need to do it manually. Read More …

Google silently launches Google Internet Stats

It is introduced quietly, Google Internet Stats ,allows you to search within the statistics for specific areas of interest. Google collects these statistics from various list of sources.

This Google resource brings together the latest industry facts and insights. These have been collected from a number of third party sources covering a range of topics from macroscopic economic and media trends to how consumer behavior and technology are changing over time.

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Buy friends and followers online

This is more controversial and less innovative. It seems nobody wants it. But this game was expected. Real friends are priceless ,but online friends can be bought. uSocial is now offering us all the chance to buy Facebook friends for a tidy sum of money.  One thousand Facebook friends will cost you $177.30 while 5,000 will cost you $654.30. Read More …

Rush Hour on the net

No, We are not talking about rush hour movie here, this is about the research which tells that the busiest hour on the internet is 11pm. So if you were not aware what your neighbors are doing at 11pm, now you know. Read More …

Can you spot the difference?

Have a look at this picture and spot the difference.

Recently, Microsoft Website had a picture  in which three employees were sitting, which was quite fine for their US version of the website. But things changed a lot when somebody noticed their polish version of website, and guess what, same picture, but the black man has been turned in to white man.

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How to get pregnant, remove dark circles & Linux, and install window xp? Funny Google Auto Suggestion

It was quite amusing to see Auto Suggestion in Google Search last week when i was trying to remove one of Linux Operating System from my home computer. I had multiple operating systems installed,  i wanted to make sure that i am not hurting other operating systems in order to remove  one linux. So my purpose was to type How to remove Linux on Google Search and see if i get some relevant information, but it was an amusing observation which i had, which later turned in to the Title of this Article. Enjoy…

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Open Books : Google Vs Amazon, Microsoft & Yahoo

I would be surprised if you have never visited Google Books to read a book, or at least a part of book. You can browse online books, some are available in full, others are protected by license, but, still you can read a part of it. These books became a part of Google from the Partner Program and the Library Project. Some books are available in the public domain, can you believe that you can download Hamlet in PDF form and read it later or email it to some one who wants to have a digital copy. Read More …

Use your PC or virtual machine with iphone

There are many applications for mobile phone which can control some part of administrating a windows PC, but this one gives you complete access to PC or windows virtual machine.

Wyse PocketCloud, provides systems administrators complete access to virtual desktops remotely through an Apple iPhone or iPod touch. It is an extension of of Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) 6.0 to connect and communicate with virtual or physical machines. Read More …