About SusannahLindsay@TWCN

Susannah Lindsay quit her job a few years back to settle down in a life of domesticity. She has been living in Los Angeles for the last three years, and enjoys following new gadget releases and the latest happenings on the technological front.
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Twitter applications will work with OAuth only henceforth

Starting today, all the Twitter applications will work only with OAuth. If you’re like most twitter users who have used Twitter third-party applications or clients to send and read tweets, here after, all your third party apps and clients wont […]

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Gmail unveils new Priority Inbox feature

GMail has introduced a new Priority Inbox feature! This new Priority Inbox feature in Gmail automatically sorts out emails according to the importance. Google has been introducing a few enhancements to the Gmail user interface.

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Gmail increases the ‘Undo Send’ time to 30 Seconds

Google’s Gmail has a beautiful Labs feature which is must use for every one of us. Many a times, we are worried, when we accidentally end up send a mail without the attachment. In such cases we wish we could […]

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Google testing new feature: Get Live Search Results As You Type

Looks like Google has been slowly testing out a feature to few people. One of the users who experienced this  has posted a video on this new search feature where, when you type the search query in the search box, […]

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YouTube re-designs its Video End Screen

Google’s own product YouTube have been working on many new things in the past few months. They had rolled out dynamic playlist bar & increased the video length time to 15 mins. Now they have redesigned the End screen of […]

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Google Adds Web History To Mobile Version

For mobile users, Google has added a link called “Google web history” at the bottom of your search homepage. For all the iPhone and Android users, you can use this mobile web history to find out most recent searches, search […]

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Twitter unveils ‘Who To Follow’ new feature

If you’ve used Facebook, you might be aware of the “Recommended” feature. Twitter has now introduced a similar “Who To Follow” feature, a few days back. While Facebook recommends people or pages you’d like to connect with, the Twitter feature […]

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Why did Google Wave fail?

Google has dumped the Google Wave service  a real time collaboration tool which had the ability to drag-and-drop files from the desktop, character-by-character live typing and much more. It was a innovative project from Google and got much hype in […]

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WordPress introduces a new Like button

Is WordPress copying Facebook Like button ? No, I am not kidding. Today WordPress has unveiled a new “Like” Feature on all WordPress.com blogs. You’ll notice this new feature at the bottom of all WordPress.com blog posts where a “Like” […]

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YouTube increases Video Limit & introduces New Playlist Bar

YouTube has increased the video upload limit from 10 minutes to 15 minutes. Till last week, you could only upload videos upto 10 minutes, but now the limit has been increased to 15 minutes. Back in 2006, YouTube had limited […]

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YouTube Mobile Site Now Supports HTML5

YouTube has a mobile website called m.youtube.com where you can access YouTube videos easily from your mobile phones. The YouTube mobile website has received an major update. All these days, YouTube has been using Flash player, now it supports HTML5 […]