YouTube Increases Video Length Upload Limit to 15 Minutes

In a recent development, YouTube has increased the video length upload limit by 50% to 15 minutes from the earlier 10 minutes. “Without question, the number one requested feature by our creators is to upload videos longer than 10 minutes. We’ve heard you, and today we’re pleased to announce that we’ve increased the upload limit to 15 minutes,” informs YouTube’s blog. The...
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Its Official : Facebook Is NOT Going To Charge You For Using It

Inundated with all the e-mails and group invites of pledging to leave Facebook as soon as they start to charge us? You can let your fears go because Facebook has come up with its bold statement saying that it has no plans to charge its users anytime in the future. In an effort to combat rumors, Facebook has gone to the extent of updating the language on the account sign-up form on the front page to...
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Connect Facebook To Your Inbox With Microsoft Outlook Connector

Does the social networking bug bite you while you are at work? Do you have that urge to peek into your Facebook account every now and then to see what your friends or colleagues are doing while you are working through e-mails? Microsoft has crafted the near perfect solution for you. You can now access your social networks in your e-mail inbox! Microsoft now lets you plug Facebook and Windows Live right...
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NyooTV Ventures Into Mobile Application Market, Plans To Use 3G and BWA

NyooTV, India’s first online television has decided to take a leap forward and offer its users a whole new digital experience in more than one way. Catering to a wide section of audience across India, USA and UK, NyooTV is a host to premium legal entertainment related content, made available free of cost to their users. From streaming full length Bollywood movies and music videos, to TV shows...
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BuddyBackup: Free Online Backup On Your Friends’ Terminals

Worried about the tedious process of backing up the huge data store your computer has ? Not any more if you have enough friends for social networking. Yes, a new software called BuddyBackup relates the two by backing up your files to your friends’ computers. You get safe and secure online and “off-site” backups of your data without having to pay a third party company. All you have...
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India’s first e-city – a dream come true?

Consider this : You get up in the morning by a surveillance alarm. You switch it off and the house lights up! You switch on your TV, not only for the morning news but also for checking your mail. You live just minutes away from your work place and reach comfortably with the automatized transport. Next you advertise for the sale of your laptop on an online portal accessed by everyone in the city. If...
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Facebook Rolls Out ‘Panic’ Button For Teen Safety

Facebook has finally given in to the widespread demand of a move to tackle cyber bullying.Facebook will now help teenagers to fight cyber abuse and bullying by deploying a panic button on its sites. The “panic button” – is actually an opt-in Facebook application that adds a tab onto your Facebook profile — was created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center...
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Facebook’s Deal With MOL Brings Facebook Credits Within Your Reach

Are you not able to use many Facebook applications and games because they demand credit? Well, Facebook has rolled out a smart solution for you! Facebook has partnered with a Malaysian company, MOL, allowing a virtual currency for online games and services to be sold at retail shops across Asia for the first time. So users would be able to buy Facebook credits in person at an MOL store.Facebook Credits...
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India : The Most Cyber Secure Nation in the World?

Atlanta-based security vendor SecureWorks recently unveiled the results of a study on cyber securities of nations. In what is dubbed as the ‘World Cup’ of cyber security, they compiled a list of countries that are most vulnerable to online attacks. India tops the list as the most cyber secure nation with an attacks-per-PC ratio of 0.05 while USA is the most targeted country with the rate...
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Print Reading Scores Over Digital Reading in Speed : Neilsen Study

If you thought the recent digital surge would make your traditional reading habits be kept at bay, think again! A recent study by the Neilsen Norman group finds that it is upto 10-percent faster to read standard print pages than it is to read tablets and e-readers.The Study For the study Nielsen compared four popular e-book devices used these days. These included the PC, the iBooks application, the...
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