Category: Google

  • Enabling Google Calendar in Mozilla Sunbird or Thunderbird Lightning Add-on

    This one is simple… set up CalDAV support for Google Calendar in Mozilla Sunbird, follow these steps: Open the Sunbird application (or under Thunderbird with Lightning Add-on) and select File >New Calendar. Select On the Network and click Next. Select the CalDAV format option. In the Location field, enter and click Next. Enter a […]

  • Enabling Google Calendar in Apple’s iCal under OSX 10.5+

    Yep, It works I just transfered all my calendar appointments from local iCal calendar to Google calendar in one easy step. First you need to go into iCal and export your current calendar. If you’re starting fresh with google calendar you don’t need to do this. To set up CalDAV support for Google Calendar in […]

  • Chrome makes google proud….The one browser they couldn’t crack…

    A recent contest at CanSecWest, an event that brings together some of the most skilled experts in the security community, has demonstrated that the three most popular browser are susceptible to security bugs despite the vigilance and engineering prowess of their creators. Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer were all exploited during the Pwn2Own competition that […]

  • Disk for Iphone….Turn your IPhone (IpodTouch) into a portable HD.

    MacFUSE project has grown a lot since we last covered it here and here. MacFuse 2.0 is here and it’s looking really nice. MacFUSE is the mac implementation of FUSE (File-system in USEr space) filesystem originally developed for Linux. For those of you who’ve not heard of this gem before, MacFUSE allows you to extend […]

  • Multitouch on Google Android G1…Where there’s a will, there’s a way

    Well, it didn’t take long for the observant Luke Hutchison to figure it out….It’s all there in the system class files. For all the details check out Luke’s page. Here is the teaser video:

  • Google introduces textures to 3D buildings….

    Wow, have a look at the picture of Manhattan above. It’s of a new function google introduced yesterday on it’s Google Earth platform, full textures for the 3D buildings. It only works for New York for now, but pretty soon all you need would be google earth and a link from your computer to your […]

  • Gbridge, a must have utility for MS Windows….

    Gbridge is a free software that lets you sync folders, share files, chat and VNC securely and easily. It extends Google’s gtalk service to a VPN (Virtual Private Network) that connects all your computers directly and securely. No matter if they are behind Firewalls, NAT or anything else for that matter. Here are some of […]

  • Quick Tip for Bloggers/Youtubers/Flickerites/etc……

    If you’ve ever come across the email gateways of most social sites, you know that — in order to protect you and your account — they produce some very forgettable email addresses. I’m talking about those special email addresses you can setup where for example you can Email a picture to, which will automatically be […]

  • Google strikes again…..Introductory CalDAV support

    Yeeeeeaaaa, It’s X-mas all over again. Google takes another step to free you from your MS/Exchange/.me addiction. No more need to get a “Cloud” account to sync up your calendars, No more jumping through hoops with sync connector programs that don’t work. Google has added CalDAV support to Google Calendar…….Read all about it here.

  • Searchme: Visual Search Rocks!!!

    Just came across Searchme: today (thanks to Leo Laporte). It is to search engines what OSX is to GUI’s. It uses flash for interface design and it’s absolutely beautiful (and functional). It’s great to finally be able to “SEE” your search results before leaving the search site. I know there are several “preview” extensions out […]