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Ninja Blaster – Simple, Affordable and Highly Effective Online Marketing Solution

The online marketing scenario is too vast and complicated today. I know about the benefits of SEO and social media marketing. I had hired a couple of professionals to run my campaigns and I found that the

Google Puts GMeet to Internal Testing

Google has been planning GMeet, a teleconference service, for many years now. It is expected that the service is now in its final stages of development. It will be connected to Gmail, Hangouts and Google’s other services.

Mozilla Firefox Becomes Serious about Security and Privacy

Google recently made it important for websites to be mobile friendly if they wanted to rank higher on SERPs. That was a big move and has forced all serious businesses to revamp or redesign their sites. While

Amazon Unveils Its EFS Storage for EC2 Machines

Amazon has announced that it will be launching a new Amazon EFS storage system as a common file system for different EC2 virtual machines. The new Elastic File System will be accessible through the NFSv4 protocol. It

Google Launches new Google+ Photos in-Drive Feature for Google Apps Users

Google+ Photos are now available in your Drive. So you will be able to see it in your Drive. Google announced this new feature before releasing it. So, all your images in Google Photos will be accessible

Google makes Android Auto available on Play Store

Google’s Android department has been quite busy of late. You will now be able to install Android Auto from the Play Store. The UI has been specifically designed for cars and will initially be featured on Pioneer’s

Microsoft Announces Project Spartan Browser to Replace Internet Explorer

The Internet Explorer has long remained a point of humorous contention for users worldwide. It has had security and speed issues, and most often users suffered from system hanging issues. Despite all the complaints Microsoft didn’t seem

Bing Mobile Receives a New Homepage Revamp

The Bing homepage for mobile devices has received a major design update. According to Bing’s team, the new changes will be available on box Android and iOS devices worldwide. Most of the changes have been brought to

Google I/O could Announce Some of the Biggest Recent Breakthroughs

Aspiring visitors to the Google I/O developer conference are finding it difficult to get a ticket to the event. This is similar to what happens every year. Google has set the entry ticket to a whopping $900

Ask Yourself These Questions Before Hiring an SEO Consultant

If you have started your SEO campaign very recently, trying to rank on the first position of SERPs is a lost battle, specifically since there are probably other brands that have been consistently optimising their websites for

Instagram Launches Layout App for Better Photo Storytelling

Instagram has been the leading photo-sharing social site for years. The company has evolved with its features and taken the photo collages to the next level. There is a new app for iPhone users, known as Instagram

Paying Bills through Gmail May Become Possible by this Holiday Season

Google doesn’t fail to surprise. It will always have something under the sleeve to amaze its users. It is rumoured that the search giant is working on a new feature that will allow you to send money