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Chrome not included in Google Pack

November 26th, 2008 Comments off
Google Pack

Google Pack is a free collection of essential software from Google and other companies.

The content of this software pack will vary for different languages.

The strange fact is that, none of these Google Pack versions contains Google’s official browser Chrome.

Is Google not confident about their own browser?

Google Pages you've never seen

November 24th, 2008 5 comments

Here are few Google Pages you have never seen or rarely seen.

Google and Dilbert Doodle – A Doodles page for Dilbert

Get Stock Using Google – Google page to get stock and mutual fund information!

Google Easter Eggs Game – Cool game on Easter Eggs and Bunny

Google Heart – A page for Valentine’s day

Google Romance – Google Romance is a place where you can post all types of romantic information and, using our Soulmate Searchâ„¢

GMail Video Chat

November 12th, 2008 2 comments

Video Chat is one of the important facility which was missing in Google. So far we would have used Skype or Yahoo for Video chatting.

Google now introduced Video Chat in GMail. Yes, this facility has been integrated with GMail and not with GTalk application.

GMail Video Chat - Screenshot

You can install the video chat plugin to avail this feature. This plugin works in all major browsers. I have tested this in Firefox.

This will definitely be a threat to Skype. But still most of us will continue in Skype as it has more options than in Google Video Chat.

The following video demonstrates the GMail Video Chat usage.

How to protect your GMail account?

November 10th, 2008 Comments off

Do you concern about unauthorised access to your Google Mail account?

GMail has an in-built solution for this issue.

At the bottom of your GMail page, you will find “Last account activity” followed by “Details”.

Click on “Details” link which will show your recent GMail account access.

From this, you will be able to find out if and when unauthorised agents accessed your mail.

As shown in the above image, you can find “AccessType”, “Date and Time” including the “IP Address”.

If your Google Mail account is currently being accessed from another location, this table will list the other session(s) in the “Concurrent session information” table.

If you find a suspicious or simultaneous access, then you can sign-out all other sessions, except yours from this session window. Then you can make necessary steps by changing the password/security question to avoid unauthorised access.

This is an excellent service provided by GMail. This will help you to protect your GMail account from unauthorised use.

To know more about this service, please visit GMail Help

The birth of Chrome Logo

October 31st, 2008 Comments off

How did the Google Chrome logo evolve?

Here is an interesting story…

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Image Credit : OneComics

Google Docs and Calendar in GMail

October 29th, 2008 Comments off

Google never stopped experimenting new things. GMail Labs is an example for this. As part of this Labs feature, recently GMail introduced two new Labs features.

Google Calendar and Google Docs now can be added into the left side bar in GMail.

If you are using Google Calendar for events/anniversary remainders, then it would be definitely useful for you.

Happy experimenting!

Emoticons in GMail

October 25th, 2008 1 comment
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Emoticons have been introduced in GMail recently. Now you can compose mails with rich set of emoticons collection given in the compose panel.

The emoticons have been categorized under two categories Rounded and Square emoticons.

One more cool feature added in GMail.