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Google Experiments are Brilliant

December 3rd, 2007 / 68 Comments »

Google Experimental Labs has a few impressive techniques which could enhance your search experience in Google. The experiments are intended to refine your search results which I think will be added to the Google Advanced Search techniques. The experiments which I liked were: Timeline Search If you want to search the chronology of certain events […]

NASA adopts Ajax, Launches NASA 5.0

December 1st, 2007 / 3 Comments »

NASA has used Ajax to redesign its website for celebrating their 50th anniversary next year. More specifically speaking it makes use of and Prototype Ajax frameworks. There are numerous features which would give you a feel of presence of Ajax, the best of which is their image gallery. The Accordian, the tree based navigation, […]

ShopWiki – The New Generation of Shopping

November 29th, 2007 / 1 Comment »

ShopWiki is a unique site which lets you get information about a wide range of products for purchasing. And currently it has covered a massive range of about 3 billion products. ShopWiki combines the need of knowledge of products with the ability to search the desirable products from the wide varieties. It provides all the […]

Minesweeper – Back with a Bang

November 28th, 2007 / No Comments »

If I asked you “What were the first few things you did when you purchased your first computer?”. I bet a majority of the answers would be open up the Programs menu and scramble for Games list. Then enjoy the most loved and sweet games such as Solitaire, Minesweeper, Spider, Pinball or Hearts. I have […]

Drool Over the all new Google Android UI

November 27th, 2007 / 1 Comment »

The new Android SDK from Google is all set to make new standards for mobile application development. Android SDK in Google’s own words is, A software stack for mobile devices including an operating system, middleware and key applications. Developers can create applications for the platform using the Android SDK. Applications are written using the Java […]

URL History – Firefox beats IE in URL Ordering

November 26th, 2007 / 2 Comments »

If you are a daily surfer then probably you would have the habit of keeping your URL history alive for a very long period. This is because frequent surfers do not have the time to remember each and every URL they have visited over the last few days. They even dread to lose their URL […]

CSS Builder – Fast and Easy StyleSheets

November 24th, 2007 / 1 Comment »

How many times you have cursed the feeling of finding fault in your CSS stylesheet and unnecessarily scanning the internet for searching the proper technique and ended up messing up your site design? If you were like me, then it wouldnt be less than every five minutes getting frustrated over minor mistakes in CSS. There […]

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