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Send and Receive Android Text Messages in Gmail using this Chrome Extension

Few days before I wrote about an android app to sync  Android Text messages with your PC and other Android devices. Today I came with a simple chrome extension called “GText”, which helps you to send and receive text messages of your Android phone directly from Gmail. Though Gmail has an option to send text...

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Manage All your Extensions and Apps in Chrome using SimpleExtManager

Compared to all the other leading browsers, Chrome has got plenty of useful extensions and applications in its Chrome Web Store. In our blog we’ve reviewed plenty of Google Chrome extensions, which adds more functions and efficiency to the browser. So people who use Chrome need to install lots of extensions, apps and themes in...

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Who needs Google? New service will let you sell your own data to companies

Are you annoyed that Google and Facebook get to rake in enormous revenues every year because they’re selling your personal data to other companies without even giving you a cut? If so, then you might want to check out an upcoming service from that lets you completely cut out the middle man. Technology Review reports that is planning to “launch a feature that lets users share certain personal information with other companies in return for discounts or other perks.” CEO Michael Fertik tells Technology Review that the new initiative is an effort to give Internet users more power and control over what data they’re sharing with third parties as well as an opportunity to profit from it. Fertik

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Dbinbox Lets You & Others Securely Upload Files To Your Dropbox Account Without Signing In

Dropbox is one the best file hosting and sharing services around. Used by over 175M people around the globe, it has revolutionized the way we view and use cloud computing. But even though it’s fairly powerful in the way it’s designed, a few additional features could have made it even better. For instance, Dropbox doesn’t allow anonymous [...]Read Dbinbox Lets You & Others Securely Upload Files To Your Dropbox Account Without Signing In by on AddictiveTips - Tech tips to make you smarter

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Best Karaoke Software for Mac and PC

Looking for the karaoke software for Mac OS X or Windows based PC, and tired from searching on the waves of Internet, but haven’t got anything encouraging still? Don’t panic! You’re on the correct page. Do look into the big list of the best karaoke software below for Mac OS X or Windows based PC. […]

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25 Apps You'll Need to Survive College

College isn't all fun and games (unless you want it to be.) Don't sweat it, though. Take a look at these 25 apps — they'll give you a smoother college experience by helping you study smarter, connect with new people and wake up in time for your early lecturesYour university probably has its own app, too — download it. It will provide you with a more tailored breakdown than a national application.See also: 12 Things Students Should Never Do on Social Media Any helpful ones we missed? Let us know in the comments!1BenchPrepImage: BenchPrepBenchPrep is an interactive course library with all the graduate and professional exam study material you can handle. It includes hundreds of practice questions, flashcards, in-app purchases and almost 600 study lessons. Go ahead and pick your poison: LSAT, MC…

Best 5 Alternatives Of Google Play Store

Formerly known as Android Market, Google Play Store is most famous for downloading apps and contents for the Android device. But do you know there are many alternatives of Google play store that offers same robust interface and hell lots of apps. The Google play store also has some authentication rule and it does not […]Copyright © 2011-2012
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5 steps to help you find a perfect, affordable domain name

One of the first things I do when I come up with a new idea is to find a good name. It helps in defining the eventual project and sometimes... Keep reading →

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Understanding Twitter Bootstrap 3

On 27, July, Twitter Bootstrap 3 RC 1 was released, if there are no major bugs found in this release, then it will be the final released Twitter Bootstrap 3 with some minor changes. What changes does Bootstrap 3 have compared to Bootstrap 2? After checking the documents, we can find that there are mainly 3 changes.

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Mobile Counter Pro - 3G, WIFI v3.3 APK

Application to count network traffic (GSM/CDMA/WIFI)!

Mobile Counter Pro - 3G,
Mobile Counter(3G, WiFi, network traffic) - application to count network data GSM/CDMA/WIFI
Languages support: English, German, Slovak, Polish, Chinese, Romanian, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Czech

Calculation types:
Standard counting(default)Enable/Disable rounding in blocks (e.g to 100KB for session)Enable/Disable separately round outgoing and incoming transfer to block of dataDisable couting outgoing(sent) transfer Similar application to 3G watchdog, netCounter, netTraffic, network traffic,

Application without ADS and for free. Extended functionality has been added for users who donate application.
You decide how worth/useful this application is for you, so you can donate with value you want New  functionality for users who donate application:

More widgets 2X1(WIFI, transfer limit…

How to Listen to YouTube Without the Video on Android

The Youtube app for Android doesn't allow you to play video in the background. Here is how you can listen to YouTube without the video on Android, and run in the background.The post How to Listen to YouTube Without the Video on Android appeared first on Make Tech Easier.

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Bing now features photography from social photo site 500px

Like many hobbyist photographers, I use social photo site 500px as a go-to source of inspiration and ideas. The site is packed with the kind of eye-popping, “I can’t believe that’s real” shots that I can usually only dream of taking – but at least I now have a new place to enjoy them. Bing is teaming up with 500px to bring select photos from their site to the Bing experience. Check out today’s Bing homepage for a first look.You might also be interested in:Bing on Windows Phone 8 gets new look, featuresFitLife620, “ilomilo” and “Grow” on sale in Windows Phone StoreTwitter app for Windows 8 updated with support for multiple accounts, new list featuresSteve Wiens
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