Zoolz, an online storage company, is offering 100 GB of free online lifetime storage for the first million users who sign up. Ordinarily, the monthly price for this amount of storage is $1.66 (approx Rs 91) for a single user, $10 (Rs 550) that gives 500 GB for 3 users, $20 (Rs 1100) for 1 TB (6 users), and $35 (Rs 1950) for 2 TB (10 users). The free 100 GB offer can be used by up to two users at a time. Interestingly, the website claims that there are no restrictions on the file size, type, or even upload/download speeds.
To avail this offer, sign up with www.zoolz.com using your email ID. Once your account has been activated, download and install the client software to your PC. Log into the account through this client software and set up the parameters. We found this to be more of a backup/restore service and there is no convenient drag-and-drop feature. Also, you cannot download files to this online storage directly from the web. The software lets you assign folders on your computer, including connected external drives and network drives to be backed up to the online storage.
Categories: Web Tags:
If things go as planned for Nimbuzz, it will soon be on the road to offering net telephony in the country, according to a report in The Hindu Business Line. The popular instant messaging service provider is currently interested in acquiring the unified license. In his statement to Business Line, Vikas Saxena, CEO, Nimbuzz, said, “We are interested in unified licence. We have to see the details before taking a final decision. This is a core part of what are doing in other parts of the world already.”
The proposed unified license regime allows a company to provide Internet services upon payment of an entry fee of Rs 15 crore. The existing system, however, allows net telephony in the country only for PC-to-PC calls.
Interestingly, the company plans to go beyond instant messaging and cover areas like gaming and virtual goods, the report adds. Reportedly, Nimbuzz has launched Nimbuckz in partnership with other telcos. The service allows users to buy virtual goods such as avatars, emoticons, virtual gifts and chat-based games.
Categories: Web Tags:
Finally We have found a way to switch back to old Facebook from new Timeline interface. Many users have found the new timeline interface annoying. The new timeline interface is complicated and very cluttered. Old Facebook interface was much simpler and cleaner compared to Timeline. When Facebook rolled out this new interface they didn’t give users option to choose between the interfaces. After searching all over the web we have finally found a solution to switch to old Facebook. All you have to do is install an extension in your browser. The name of extension is TimeLineRemove. The extension installs quickly and gives you easy, two-click access to disabling Facebook’s Timeline view. You can download the extension by clicking here.
Sneaking by just in time to make its delayed end of February launch window, the $35 computing wonder known as the Raspberry Pi is on sale at long last. The teensy machines went up for an eBay pre-sale auction for charity in January, and fetched as much as $3,000 for a single unit.
Mike Trang likes to use his iPhone 4 as a GPS device, helping him get around in his job. Now and then, his younger cousins get ahold of it, and play some YouTube videos and games.
But in the past few weeks, there has been none of that, becauseAT&T Inc. put a virtual wheel clamp on his phone. Web pages wouldn’t load and maps wouldn’t render. Forget about YouTube videos — Trang’s data speeds were reduced to dial-up levels.
You can find lots of internet security software floating around internet. So many of you must be getting confused about which one is the best security suite which can provide complete security solution at the same time not affecting the system performance. Here you go we have found a perfect Internet Security Suite for you. And surprise its not Kaspersky or BitDefender. Its Norton Internet Security by Symantec. Over the years Norton was criticized for memory hog antivirus products but over last couple of years Norton has changed that completely. With new interface and design Norton has done pretty good job. Also the memory usage of the Norton products is very low among all other Internet Security suite providers. Also the detection rate of Norton comes among top 3 ranks. You can look for good deals on Norton Internet Security on ebay or amazon. Symantec is also offering Norton Antivirus 2012, which in our opinion is complete waste. In today’s internet era you cant just rely on single antivirus software. Better spend few extra $ and get yourself Internet Security. Bottom line Norton Internet Security is system friendly Internet security suite with new sleek and improved design which provides top notch security and protects your system from all the latest threats. So we suggest you to go ahead and try it out. You can download the 30 days trial version to try it out from Norton Website.