Why Content Overload Is A Mood Killer
May19

Why Content Overload Is A Mood Killer

It’s no surprise that there are more than 1 trillion pages on the internet, both indexed by Google and on the deep web. Sometimes, when you’re searching for the Top 10s or best 5s, you will likely find at least 5 content pages that look more or less the same. While creativity is certainly not dead, unethical practices are livelier than ever. It’s easy to replicate existing material and make it your own with rephrasing, but it’s...

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How Did Google Get So Popular
Apr28

How Did Google Get So Popular

Google is one of the most popular names in the online world. Most of the individual internet users, companies and organizations use Google’s range of services. If you find someone who has a bit of knowledge about the internet, there is a strong probability that he/she also has heard about Today’s Google it’s not just a search engine. It is a giant technology company which have a presence in multiple aspects of our life. By...

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Google Now Lets You Download Your Search History
Apr22

Google Now Lets You Download Your Search History

Did you know that Google now lets you download your Google search history? This was spotted by the company’s unofficial operating system blog, and also noted by Venturebeat. “You can download all of your saved search history to see a list of the terms you’ve searched for. This gives you access to your data when and where you want,” Google said. Now this is not exactly new as Google made it possible to view your search history for a...

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Helps You To Save Data On Your Chrome Browser

Google’s data saving extension, which was previously only available on mobile Chrome, is now available on the desktop. Rate of data consumption has been a major issue for a lot of people, and this extension will bring some measure of relief for them. Data Saver, the name of the new extension helps to route your Web traffic through Google servers, from where pages are compressed before being sent to you. The aim of this is to ensure...

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Mozilla Signs On Yandex As It Continues Its Google Search Blackout
Mar25

Mozilla Signs On Yandex As It Continues Its Google Search Blackout

Towards the end of 2014, Mozilla officially dumped Google as its default search engine, replacing it with Yahoo. Four months after making it known its partnership with Google had come to an end, the browser giant has added Russian search giant, Yandex to its lists of search engines. It’s no news that Yandex was made the default search engine for Mozilla in Russia at that time; but what’s new is that the browser has also added Turkey...

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Google Ads New Search Feature That Tells You How To Make A Cocktail
Mar07

Google Ads New Search Feature That Tells You How To Make A Cocktail

Do you want a quick step-by-step guide on how to make your favourite cocktail? I know that is now a problem because Google is always there to provide an answer or provide you a link to sort that out; but did you know that the search giant has now updated its search feature to make thing even easier for you? Google is up to a couple of great things these days, and one of them is to turn its search service into an online assistant for...

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