Gmail adds image caching making it more secure

As of now Gmail asks you before opening any image. But from now on Gmail will automatically show the image. The reason behind hiding the image before was that images were hosted on third-party servers. As you know Google is very much concerned over user security, so it wasn’t showing the images and asks you …

Opera Next: A Chromium based browser for Windows and Mac

Opera Next

Opera has launched new browser “Opera Next” for Windows and Mac which can be downloaded from their website. The latest browser is revamped for desktop and it is chromium based. Opera has adopted the Chromium engine from Google for its latest browser and left out its own rendering engine “Presto.” As per Opera this is …

Secure Twitter with Two step Authentication

Twitter mobile app with enhanced search and web browsing

Twitter has increased the security of users account by introducing two step Authentication. This feature was announced by Jim O’Leary from Product Security Team on official Twitter blog. Twitter introduced two step authentication to prevent user accounts being compromised by email phishing schemes or a breach of password data elsewhere on the web. Twitter is calling this feature …

Google’s new Easter Egg ‘Atari Breakout’ inside Image Search

Importance of SEO

Atari’s Breakout was famous video games in the 1980’s. Google celebrated the 37th anniversary of Atari’s Breakout in special way. Google added a new Easter egg to its image search. Now as you type “Atari Breakout” on the image search, the results will be a the Atari’s Breakout game on your browser. How to play Atari Breakout …

Google Keep Chrome app available at Chrome Web Store

Google launched Chrome app of its note taking tool “Google Keep.” Google Keep is a mobile-to-do list app for the Android devices. This tool lets user keep notes, lists, pictures and even voice notes. Google stated this launch on its official Chrome Blog. In Chrome blog Eddy Mead, a Google Software Engineer stated. “Last month, Google Keep launched to …