Google Alarm is a Google and Firefox addon that visually and audibly alerts you when your personal information is being sent to Google servers. Even outside Gmail and YouTube you are constantly sending information to Google through their vast network of tracking bugs: Google Analytics, Google AdSense, YouTube embeds, API calls all of this data is used to monitor and track your personal web browsing habits. It shows notifications, plays sound effects and keeps running stats about the % of websites you’ve visit with Google bugs present.
Evo TV is a smart device from Amkette, which can transform an ordinary TV into a smart one by providing One Click access to user’s favorite apps, social networking sites, browser and games. It has inbuilt WiFi and it comes in 3 variants. The prices starts from Rs 8,499 in India. […]
Pip.io is a real-time conversation network that gives you access to the latest and most interesting conversations happening around the world. Pip.io is a great way to consolidate all of your social web experiences without the usual fragmentation of conversations. […]
YouTube videos available in High Definition, at least those videos that have been uploaded in that quality, suitable for fast and broadband connections.
While playing a YouTube video, you can see the link “watch in high quality” to the bottom right corner of the widescreen video. currently the HD option only appears on videos on YouTube itself, not in embedded videos.