Archive for July, 2011

Google Image search now shows EXIF data

July 25, 2011 |  by  |  Google, News  |  No Comments

Google has been making a lot of new improvements to Google Image Search lately – date annotations, restoration of the image size filter and addition of a date filter. The giant search engine has started showing EXIF data of photos, which incidentally was another top requested feature by the Reddit community. When you click on a thumbnail on the image search results page, you are taken to a landing page. The landing page's sidebar now includes EXIF data including camera make, focal length, flash usage, aperture, shutter speed, ISO speed and exposure bias. This is one feature that any photographer will

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VideoInbox app from Google’s which brings viral video from Facebook to your inbox

July 24, 2011 |  by  |  Apps, Concepts, Facebook, Google, Sites, Twitter  |  No Comments

VideoInbox a combination daily newsletter/Facebook app that basically centers around the viewing, sharing and cataloguing of viral videos. The service, as the name implies, delivers a pick of videos to the users' email inbox every day, curated by the team. Sign up for VideoInbox with Facebook Connect / Twitter and you’ll get a daily email with “hand selected” viral YouTube videos. The app uses, amazingly enough, the Facebook API to allow you to share videos with individual friends on Facebook or post them to your Facebook Wall. While the button is there its Twitter OAuth aspect seems to be not

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The Social Travel Revolution – Infogrpahic

July 24, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff  |  No Comments

“The Social Travel Revolution” brought to you by the folks at still-in-beta travel startup Tripl.

Top 10 online scams – Infographic

July 24, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff  |  No Comments

This infographic shows you the top 10 scams that ensnared unsuspecting victims in the U.S. and Canada last year, as reported to the BBB.

Quick Menu launches programs on your click of mouse’s middle button

July 24, 2011 |  by  |  Downloads, Softwares, Tips n Tweaks, Windows  |  No Comments

Quick Menu (free, Windows) is a tool that enables you to launch programs with “control key + middle mouse button”. The application is portable, so no installation is required simply unzip and run the file inside \both 32 bit and 64 bit supported. When you first run the tool, it creates a shortcuts folder inside the main folder. You can add your own favorite shortcuts into this folder. The app sits in the system tray and monitors all the new changes. Restart the program, then press Ctrl and the middle mouse button to quickly pull up the launch menu

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Trapster free app to alert as you approach speed traps, red light, speed cameras, accidents and roadway hazards

July 24, 2011 |  by  |  android, Apple, Apps, Blackberry, Downloads, Mobiles  |  No Comments

Trapster (android, blackberry, GPS, iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad) is a free app that alerts you as you approach speed traps, red light / speed cameras, accidents, and other roadway hazards. It boasts of world's most complete and up to date speed trap & enforcement camera database, with over 4.5 million traps reported. Rate traps submitted by other users the system learns credibility of users over time based on how many users agree with the traps they report. The speedometer will change color if your speed is higher than the posted speed limit. Trapster Widget display the widget on your

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Flubit is a group-buying, social commerce marketplace to get discounts for free

July 24, 2011 |  by  |  Concepts, Sites, Video  |  No Comments

Flubit is a platform that will attempt to change the face of buying online. It plans to empower the consumer to bring down prices, and its sole goal is to “provide online shoppers with a platform that will enable them to seek out the best possible price on an item they wish to purchase.” Flubit is a group-buying, social commerce marketplace that lets you form buying groups for exactly the products and services you choose and thus secure volume discounts from a nationwide registry of retailers. You create a demand for a product or service and others join the demand.

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Graph editor, analyzing and reporting data Wondergraph does it for you easily and quickly

July 23, 2011 |  by  |  Concepts, Sites, Video  |  1 Comment

Wondergraphs, building Web-based software that lets people do beautiful things with data. Suddenly, analyzing corporate or publicly available data and creating graphs for reporting purposes becomes much more exciting than what it sounds like. The Wondergraphs tool lets you easily and quickly upload data you want to base your reports on and churn out great looking charts in a flash. The tool lets you aggregate, group and filter any data you throw at it, using drag-and-drop, and enables you to create clear charts on the fly. You can import data from Microsoft Excel through copy/paste, via CSV files or straight from

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VideoBee is centralized viewing, manage and sharing hub for all your online videos

July 23, 2011 |  by  |  Concepts, Sites  |  No Comments

Hooked to online videos YouTube, Vimeo, iPlayer, Google Video, Metacafe etc. With smartphones, tablets, computers and smart TVs, we have so many different platforms to watch content across, keeping tabs on our favorite videos isn’t easy. You start watching one video on your smartphone, but you want to continue watching at home on your computer, then you have to search for it all over again. Multiple platforms and millions of videos. Check out VideoBee developed by Vidiactive, a company founded in Sheffield, England, in January 2009 by Ben Hookway (CEO), Ken Tindell (CTO) and Jerry Ennis (NXD). It provides a

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