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February 10, 2010

Is Google Buzz going to kill the twitter?

Filed under: Google, TechNews, Technology — Tags: , , — The Insight @ 5:08 pm

This is the big question that is doing the round on web today. I do feel that this time Google has put good chances are really good for them this time.
Twitter is still in nascent phase. They do not have good infrastructure to support the growing massive traffic.They could not perform as facebook did in case of massive traffic. (more…)


December 15, 2008

Top 10 biztech leaders of 2008

Filed under: TechNews — Tags: , , , — The Insight @ 11:51 am

ZDNet has released a list of 10 most influential biztech leaders of 2008 who made the biggest contributions for the year.

According to ZDNet “Technology continues to be a powerful force for transforming business, when used wisely and correctly. Here is a list of the top 10 visionaries and executives who made the biggest contributions for the year.”


SeaDragon: Microsoft First iPhone App

Microsoft  released first iPhone App SeaDragon Mobile.  This iPhone App lets you “View thousands of images over the air, quickly view massive gigapixel images, explore Photosynth collections in 2D, including your own, add your own PhotoZoom / Deep Zoom Composer content [and] subscribe to Deep Zoom RSS feeds.”

There is no need to be surprised by this news. Microsoft had shown some affinity for Apple in past also.There is Microsoft Office for Mac and there are some news doing the round that a web based version of MS Office will work in Safari and on the iPhone.

Seadragon Mobile is available from the App Store for free.

December 12, 2008

Registrations for the 2009 Challenge are now open

The Google Online Marketing Challenge is a great hands-on exercise for undergraduate or graduate students in classes such as advertising, ecommerce, integrated marketing communication, management information systems, marketing and new media technologies.

The goal for students is effective online marketing via sound marketing analysis to optimize, manage and update a Google AdWords campaign.

The Challenge works like this:

  1. Students divide into groups of 3-6, and then receive free online advertising vouchers for Google AdWords worth US$200.
  2. The groups recruit a small-to-medium business, under 100 employees, who has a website but doesn’t currently use AdWords.
  3. Each group works with the business to set up an AdWords account and structure an effective online marketing campaign.
  4. During a 3-week competition window, the groups optimize and refine their campaigns. They must submit two competition reports – one before they begin and one after the campaign ends.
  5. Google and a panel of independent academics from all over the world select the winning teams based on the success of their campaign and the quality of their competition reports.

Registration has begun for the 2009 Google Online Marketing Challenge .

The Challenge is open to any higher education institution from anywhere in the world. Registrations for 2009 are now open. You can  register now.

Google launched “Browser Security Handbook”

Google released a 60-page Browser Security Handbook to the general public.

According to Google “This 60-page document provides a comprehensive comparison of a broad set of security features and characteristics in commonly used browsers, along with (hopefully) useful commentary and implementation tips for application developers who need to rely on these mechanisms, as well as engineering teams working on future browser-side security enhancements.”

December 11, 2008

Download McAfee Antivirus For free till 31 Dec 2008

Filed under: TechNews, Technology — Tags: , , — The Insight @ 12:31 pm

McAfee VirusScan Plus is a popular anti-virus software that also provides firewall and anti-spyware capabilities. (more…)

December 9, 2008

Top 20 Web events in 2008

Filed under: TechNews — Tags: , — The Insight @ 10:09 am

This is the list of top 20 web events which were talk of the town for whole year. The list was prepared by

2008 on the Web: The 20 Key Events

December 2, 2008

Obama’s is now under a Creative Commons license

Barack Obama’s transition team website has chosen Creative Commons license. There are many  type of licenses  provided by Creative Commons. has adopted Commons copyright licenses – CC BY.

“Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Content includes all materials posted by the Obama-Biden Transition project. Visitors to this website agree to grant a non-exclusive, irrevocable, royalty-free license to the rest of the world for their submissions to under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.”

It means that now visitors are allowed to reuse any of the content from the site as long as they give attribution back to the original source.

It is a healthy sign which indicates that Barack Obama has a intention to connect to people in every way. This is also good for democracy.

November 28, 2008

Firefox 3.1 Beta 2 is coming:Time to starts updating add-on

Filed under: Browser, TechNews, Technology — Tags: , , , , — The Insight @ 10:57 am

Mozilla is going to release Firefox 3.1 Beta 2 in the first week of December. This version will be add-on compatibility frozen. It means that this new version will not break add-on so its safe to update your add-ons right now. Beta 3 is also in pipeline . So user have plenty of time to update their add-on between the release of Beta 2 and Beta3.

Google Ads for terrorism flashed with Mumbai Stories

Filed under: TechNews — Tags: , , , — The Insight @ 7:18 am

In a ironic incident Terror ads were spotted on IBN Live website  next to Mumbai related stories. You can see this in these pics.



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