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Facebook Changed Your Email Address With Your Facebook.Com Email Address, Here Is How To Undo It

By default, every Facebook user has a facebook.com email address, whether he likes using it or not. Any email sent to the facebook.com email address of a user lands up in the messages folder and can be found from the search box by typing “is:email”. The problem with a Facebook.com email address is that the

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Slide.ly Creates A Video Slideshow From Online Images, Lets you Add Background Music To The Slideshow

Creating PowerPoint presentations is so 2003, gone are the days when you would pop up Microsoft office on your Windows computer, pull down a whole bunch of photos and create a photo presentation – just to share it with friends, family members or colleagues. Your photos are stored in Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and you want

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Sortbox Automatically Sorts Your Dropbox Files Into Different Folders, Just Like Gmail Filters

My Dropbox folders are not very organized, given the fact that I use Dropbox as my primary cloud storage service and have a good amount of free space to play with. Be it backups, music, videos, documents, photos or my website – Dropbox has all the files which I might need to access from any

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6 Profitable Google Apps for Project Management

Are you tired of having to deal with cumbersome software when it comes to office project management? If you’re using email for managing projects, you are wasting a lot of time, which eventually leads to miscommunication, stress and frustration among your employees, collaborators and team members. Project management, in itself, is a hugely complicated affair

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Google Chrome Now Syncs Browser Tabs Across Multiple Devices Including Android

Thankfully, Google Chrome team has finally announced tab sync for multiple devices, which means, now you can access open chrome tabs on just about any computer where you have Google Chrome installed and you are signed into the same Google account. If your Android phone or tablet is running on the latest Ice Cream Sandwich, you can access Chrome tabs on Android within a few mouse clicks.

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Declutter Your Facebook News Feed Without Unfriending Or Blocking Friends Permanently

Your Facebook news feed can become really unmanageable, if you have anything more than 400-500 friends. It is a well known fact that everyone on your Facebook friend list is not friends with you in real life. There are people whom you have met online, there are strangers, stalkers, subscribers and people whom you don’t know, neither

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TweetDeck Finally Gets Lists Management And A Bunch Of Interesting Features

TweetDeck has been my favorite desktop client for Twitter and it continues to be so. For the past couple of years, I have used Seesmic, Destroy Twitter, Yoono, Echofon and the official Twitter app on Android but honestly, TweetDeck rules them all. This is mainly because of four reasons: TweetDeck has a very friendly UI

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Top 5 Reasons to Store Your Music in the Cloud, And Which Storage Provider You Should Choose?

Do you want to store music in the cloud and have access to your songs, videos and entire media library from any computer, any phone or any tablet? Check out this guide which compares the features and cons of different cloud storage providers and choose the one which meets your requirements.

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Get 50 GB of Free Storage Space On Box.Net By Installing The Android App

If you are a Box.net user and have an Android device, here is a unique chance to upgrade your Box.net storage space to a lifetime 50GB. Box.net has released several updates to its Android app and is now giving away 50 GB of free storage space to all Android users, all you have to do is install the Android app and login to your Box.net account.

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Use Google’s QR Code Login System For Logging Into Your Google Account On Public Computers [Android]

Update: This feature, known as Google Sesame, has been taken down and it no longer works. Hopefully, Google will release an improved version of Google Sesame in near future. Logging into your Google account on a public computer is a risky affair, thanks to keyloggers and scripts that can track every keystroke when you type

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How To Know The Release Dates Of Movies, Music Albums And DVDs

To know the release dates of a movie, game or a book, all you have to do is “Google the name”, go to the official website and find when a particular movie, book, game or DVD that is coming to the market. It works most of the time but how do you find out which

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Track Internet Data Usage On Your Android Phone With These Free Apps

Do you want to track internet data usage on your Android and get notified when your monthly data usage plans reaches a threshold? Do you want to monitor data usage on Android and get instant alerts whenever the monthly quota of your 3G internet connection reaches a critical lower limit? Here are some free Android

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Clean Up Your Facebook Timeline Using Facebook Activity Log

Managing the privacy settings for each and every post on your Facebook profile can be really confusing, if not impossible. This is because Facebook introduces newer features and privacy rules every 6 months and you have to re-check all the privacy options from scratch. If you are using Facebook for the last three years, the

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Bulk Upload Photos to Facebook, Twitter And Google Plus – All At The Same Time

Uploading photos to multiple social networks can be really irritating, when your internet connection is really slow and you don’t have the energy to push the uploads recursively on half a dozen social sites. Sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus have their Android and iPhone apps but there is no easy way to bulk

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Opera Reader Bids Good Bye to Scroll Bars on Webpages

Reading lengthy blog posts or webpages having lots of content can be really boring at times. You have to scroll through the mousewheel over and over again, just to read the underlying portion of text placed beneath the above the fold section. Sometimes, you have to scroll back to catch up on information you missed

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