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Google introduced language option in Gmail

Do you want to send mails in tamil, hindi, malayalam or in Telugu?

Are you feel very difficult to convey your message in English?

Google now introduced language options in Gmail.

You can send mails in tamil, hindi, malayalam , Telugu and in English.

They provide suggestion for you while you are typing as they did in google suggest.

This will help you to select the exact word you want.

But they are having some drawbacks in it.

For some words, translation is wrong.

Here is a sample of error.

Even if the translation comes wrong after we hit space key, in there suggestions we cannot find the correct translation.

A sample error listing

If google fixes these minor errors, Surely this becomes very useful to the gmail users.

Not having Translator in your mailbox!!!

Here is how to enable the translation.

1. Click the Settings link in Gmail.
2. On the General tab, select the checkbox next to ‘Enable Transliteration’.
3.If there is no ‘Transliteration’ option, Then click the Show all language options link first.
4.Select the language you would like your messages to be written from the drop-down menu.
5. Save all the changes you did.

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Friday, April 3rd, 2009 Social networking No Comments

Origin of orkut – Inspiring love story

A guy was traveling with his girlfriend in the train. Train meets with an accident. This guy searched his girlfriend everywhere but in vain. This guy grew up to become an IT technical architect. He hired many IT developers so that he can develop a software with them while will help him to find his girlfriend through the web. As thought, he was able to find her after losing millions of dollars and 3 long years. While, he was deciding to shut down his search operation, the CEO of Google met him and took over the application. The application was able to make a profit of 1billion dollar in the first year. This software made a whooping profit of 1 billion in its first year. The name of the software is known as orkut.

The name of the guy is orkut Buyukkokten. He gets a large amount from Google. He will become one of the richest men by 2009. Some more interesting facts about this guy are whenever a person opens an account in Orkut he gets $12 from google and when you add somebody in your friend’s list he gets $10. For even small things he gets paid. Google pays him as follow: $5 if you scrap someone and $4 when someone scraps you. For loading each photograph he gets $200. When you become someone’s fan he gets $2 and when someone becomes your fan he is paid $1.5. When you logout of orkut he is paid $1. He gets $0.5 each if you change your profile photograph or when you read your friend’s scrap-book or when you visit your friend’s friend list.

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Thursday, February 26th, 2009 Social networking No Comments

How Google Saves People from Harmful Sites

If you do a Google search between 6:30 a.m. PST and 7:25 a.m. PST this morning, you probably saw this following message “This site may harm your computer” accompanied each and every search result. This was obviously an error, and Google were very sorry for the trouble caused to all their users.

What happened? Very merely, human error. Google flags search results with this message “This site may harm your computer” if the site is called to install malevolent software in the background or otherwise slyly. We do this to guard our users against visiting sites that could damage their systems. Google maintain a list of such sites through both physical and automated methods. Google work with a non-profit known as to come up with criterion for maintaining this list, and to offer simple processes for webmasters to take their site from the list.

Google sporadically updates that list and released one such update to the site this morning. Unluckily (and here’s the human error), the URL of ‘/’ was incorrectly checked in as a value to the file and ‘/’ enlarges to all URLs. Opportunely, their on-call site reliability team found the problem rapidly and reverted the file. As we push these updates in a reeled and rolling fashion, the errors began appearing in this particular duration i.e. 6:27 a.m. and 6:40 a.m. and began disappearing amid 7:10 and 7:25 a.m., so the duration of the problem for any meticulous user was roughly about 40 minutes.

Google thanked their team for their quick work in finding this and they also apologized to all their users due to the inconvenience caused to them this morning and also to their site owners whose pages where incorrectly labeled. Google said that they will carefully interrogate this incident and put more robust file checks in place to avert it from taking place again.

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Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009 Social networking, Troubleshoot No Comments

Google Favicon

A favicon is a tiny icon that is usually accustomed to imitate the uniqueness of a web site. You can come across it in the address bar, in your browser’s tabs, in the bookmarks list or in some feed readers like Bloglines, dig, furl etc.

Google’s favicon is introduced in 2008. It is an edition of the lowercase “g” from its authorized logo. Google has a new favicon now. The new favicon is a fraction of a bigger set of icons developed for improved scalability on mobile devices.

Google’s favicon is hosted at is a 16×16 pixels image which is a usual size for favicons. . In this, the new icon is the depiction of a multi-colored lowercase “g”, highlighted with the colors of Google namely red, green, blue and yellow.Google swap the upper-case “G” in blue border, green and red borders with a lower-case purple “g” in a rounded corner rectangle.

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Tuesday, January 13th, 2009 Social networking, Tips No Comments

Yahoo! India Local (beta)

Yahoo India has recently launched Yahoo! India Local (beta), a new local information destination. This new launch provides a convincing user experience with appropriate local information that blows the users daily needs. This Yahoo! India Local is presently available only across Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Bangalore.

Yahoo! India Local gives you relevant local information like Business listings, Maps, Directions, Local events, and Current movies. Users may also get listings from a wide range of categories such as restaurants, pubs, shopping malls, hospitals, schools, tailors, banks, health and fitness, and 24 hour pharmacies. This Yahoo! India Local is available at

Users can write their own reviews, and also they leave footprints, mark businesses on the map, and add listings or events on Yahoo! India Local. Contributions shared by the community provide users with real insights into their experiences, thereby making them better informed. Local businesses across categories can now get listed for free on Yahoo! India Local. When users search for those categories, the businesses can get discovered.

Gopal Krishna, Head of Audience-Yahoo! India, said that: “Yahoo! India Local (Beta) exemplifies our strategy to be the leading starting point on the web, by providing the most relevant and compelling experience for local needs. He added that, “With this innovative product, we are trying to make the web more useful, engaging, and interesting and localized to our users”.


Thursday, July 3rd, 2008 Programming, Social networking No Comments

Most Dangerous Domains to browse

McAfee corporation has released the Most Dangerous Domains to surf and search on the internet. As per the new McAfee “Mapping the Mal Web Revisited” report, Hong Kong (.hk) domain was in the first place as the most dangerous place to surf on the web. The report exposed that nearly 19.2 percent of all websites ending with the domain “.hk” create a security treat to the internet users.

Jeff Green, Senior VP of Product Development & Avert Labs said, “Just like the real world, the virtual threats and risks are constantly changing. As our research shows, websites that are safe today can be dangerous tomorrow. Surfing the web-based or conventional wisdom is not enough to avoid risk online,”

China (“.cn”) positioned second this year over 11 percent. The most risky generic domain from 2007’s report became more dangerous with 11.8 percent of all sites ending in (“.info”) posing a security threat and is the third most dangerous domain overall. The most popular domain, (“.com”), is the ninth riskiest overall.

In the reverse Finland (“.fi”) replaced Ireland (“.is”) as the safest online target with 0.05 percent, followed by Japan (“.jp”), while government websites (“.gov”) remained the safest generic domain.

The study compared the ratings of sites found in each of the 265 countries and generic domains and ranked them by the number of risky websites found in each domain that contained adware, spyware, viruses, spam, excessive pop-ups, browser exploits or links to other red-rated sites.


Thursday, June 12th, 2008 Social networking, Troubleshoot No Comments

Mozilla Beta Release

Finally Mozilla organization has released Firefox 3.0 RC1, which brings the open source Firefox browser with some improved features. You may install it with your existing Firefox installation, Firefox 3.0 RC1 beta will lugs your existing bookmarks into the newer version.

The main feature of this release it just shatter the page render much faster using the Gecko 1.9 renderer, which improves the feel tremendously. Added to that the infamous memory leaks seems to be patched, meaning that the browser ruins lightweight and functional.

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Thursday, May 29th, 2008 Social networking No Comments
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