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NewsBlur is a web-based RSS Feed reader, which looks great and feels great. Features an intelligent filter and three beautiful reader modes.
Stay ahead of the curve and discover breaking news before everyone else with these three websites.
Two sercives to find out most shared (liked) items on the social network Facebook.
Alternativeto.Net can suggest better alternatives to your current software. Platforms supported are – Desktop (Windows, Mac and Linux), Mobile (iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Symbian) and The Web.
Google has re-built Orkut utilising Google Web Toolkit (GWT), which was also utilised to develop Wave. A quick look at the new Orkut which promises to be faster and more efficient.
Clicker’s aim is simple – to be your online TV Guide. Thousands of hours of video content is available online. And Clicker wants to bring them to your fingertips.
Kikin is a browser extension which integrates relevant results from Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay into your search results.
Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) is a technology which allows you experience the best of the web right from the comfort of your desktop. It allows developers to create rich Internet applications using Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, HTML, or Ajax. AIR has really started to take off, and we are seeing wonderful new applications being developed every day. Here are my favourite AIR apps.
Fontcapture is a free webservice which allows you to create a font from your own handwriting in four simple steps.
I have been playing with Facebook Lite during the past week. Facebook Lite is a cleaner, simpler version of Facebook which they have been testing during the past week (mostly on Indian users). The first thing you would notice about Facebook Lite is its speed. It loads almost instantaneously even on slower connections. The main […]