We are going to use Gmail's Mail Fetcher to achieve this goal. Note: (a) Make sure to ENABLE POP in your second Gmail account which will be accessed from the Main Gmail. (b) If you are an advanced user or if you have tried this feature with no success then jump to 5th point directly. (c) You... Continue Reading →
Here’s a compilation of silly and stupid ways companies are hindering adoption of their products and services. I must admit, some of the companies that I came across have made these mistakes are (a) silly; (b) stupid; and (c) hinder adoption. Enforced immediate registration. Requiring a new user to register and provide a modicum of... Continue Reading →
All the below mentioned features can be used on a single page called Googleall. Google Lists All the Facts When you’re looking for hard facts, Google might be able to help. Yes, Google always returns a list of sites that match your specific query, but if you phrase your query correctly—and are searching for a... Continue Reading →
Many of us have come to realize how useful RSS is when it comes to tracking news headlines or your favorite blogs. It’s a great way to keep up without having to visit many websites. What most people don’t know is that RSS is an incredibly flexible technology that can do all sorts of other... Continue Reading →
- Polyphonic Speaker, USB Connection Port, Photo Phonebook, J2ME™ Games, Picture caller ID, Speaker independent speech recognition, - Voice recorder, MMS, E-Mail, IM, Bluetooth, MP3 Ringtones - Integrated Digital VGA Camera with 4 x Digital Zoom - Video capture and playback with sound (H.263, MPEG4, 3GPP) - Bands : GSM 850/900/1800/1900 - Dimensions : 87... Continue Reading →
Microsoft and Yahoo are poised to make Web-based e-mail more powerful than ever with updates that bring a desktop-style interface to their respective Web mail offerings. More on this...