How do you discover new movies to watch? For me, it is mostly friends recommendations. Or the decision is based on news and advertisements. Other than that there is no real way to know which movie to watch next?  Is it? A decision to watch movie shouldn't be a painful experience. Many times it happens that we browse Netflix queue for hours but can not decide on a movie. By the time we pick a movie, the interest is gone. Are you tired of searching for a new movie to watch, let your friends help you? If you are in the same ...

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TED talks is a place to learn, hear and see what the experts have to say.  It offers deep thoughts, incredible speeches from so many interesting areas - tech, statistics, education, environment and culture.  Whenever I get time, I watch some recent talks on TED.com.  (You should too...) In today's post, I have collected 10 most interesting TED talks ever since 2006 to 2014 that you should watch today.  In no particular order, here is my collection of TED talks: 1. The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology - Pranav Mistry At TEDIndia, Pranav Mistry demos several tools that help the physical world interact with the ...

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If you have an android phone, rejoice. Because the following video on YouTube shows you what Google Now on your phone can do for you and more you can try... Remember, it doesn't belittle Siri or anything to show off its capabilities. ;)  Let's see what the new iPhone is bringing. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiQX-_Y0gms&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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Seems like Google and Microsoft are not going along well these days.  Some of my friends (Prashant) complain that Google doesn't create apps for Windows Mobile platform.  On the other hand Microsoft created an illegal YouTube app for Windows Mobile which Google demanded to remove. With such bitter relationship between the two companies it is tough to understand why one company would create/support other company.  But I guess these all are dirty tricks of business. Today I found another example of Microsoft's negative marketing attack against Google Chrome, generally known as Microsoft Scroogled campaign.  Essentially Microsoft created a parody video exactly similar ...

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Google I/O 2013 brought a lot of changes to many apps and services from Google that we love and care about as users. This post offers Google I/O 2013 highlights.  I will not go into much detail and will not cover developers related changes. Some of the biggest improvements announced yesterday were related to search, communication, maps and photos. Over the next few days, changes are being rolled out to users.  Notable changes are new Google+ interface, Google Hangout application replacing Google Talk and such…Keep reading to know more. (more…)

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