Google Launches Google Dashboard

Goolge  Dashboard

Google have released Google Dashboard in an effort to help users get a overall view of all the notifications/updates from all the different Google products such as Gmail, YouTube, WebHistory plus more.

SEARCH ENGINE Google has announced a new Dashboard service that shows you all the information about yourself on your Google account.

It’s fully customizable and is actually pretty useful.

According to Google official blog:

“In an effort to provide you with greater transparency and control over their own data, we’ve built the Google Dashboard. Designed to be simple and useful, the Dashboard summarizes data for each product that you use (when signed in to your account) and provides you direct links to control your personal settings. Today, the Dashboard covers more than 20 products and services, including Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Web History, Orkut, YouTube, Picasa, Talk, Reader, Alerts, Latitude and many more.”

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Download Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 with 1 Year Free License Key

Download Kaspersky Internet Security 2010

To celebrate the launch event of Windows 7 many anti-virus developer companies are offering their security applications in free for users, which are compatible with new Microsoft’s operating system. Today Kaspersky also announced Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS) 2010 with one year free license key. KIS 2010 costs $79.95 but that’s offered now in free on the launch of Windows 7.


  • Real-time, up-to-the second protection
  • Fast, optimal PC performance
  • Comprehensive identity theft and phishing protection
  • Powerful anti-spam and two-way firewall
  • Parental and privacy controls
  • Free technical support

Download your FREE 1-year license of Kaspersky Internet Security 2010!


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Twoogle Combines Both Google and Twitter Search Results

Personally, I don’t think search engine are so useful anymore. Nowadays we have Twitter as most of Internet users are concerned with breaking news and everyone is using the micro-blogging service to tell the world what has happened. I’m not saying that Google is not useful anymore, all I’m saying is that the search engine was more useful a couple of years ago. However, we need both of them. How about searching something and seeing the search results of both Google and Twitter? Well, here is Twoogle.

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Google Offers Optimized Search for Mobile Phones

One of our top goals on the mobile search team is to bring you the comprehensiveness of Google’s web search while optimizing the search experience for your mobile device and in your language. Here is an update on our progress.

After launching new optimized search results pages last December for iPhone and Android-powered devices in the US, our team has been working hard to bring universal search results to more devices in more countries. In March, we expanded the availability of the new iPhone and Android format to over 20 countries. Since then, we’ve also launched the new experience for feature phones in the US and in Japan. Today, we’re happy to announce that the new format is available on all device models in over 60 countries and 38 languages.

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200+ Portable Software Download Now

LiberKey is a big package which includes a lot of free portable software, which makes ease for user to find approximately all required applications at the same place. The interface of LibreKey is user friendly where you’ll find a menu to access the applications by categories and sub-categories.
For example if you want to find Anti virus-spyware in LiberKey applications then go to Security Portable Software > Anti virus-spyware, so in this way you can easily get access to your required application under its related category. LiberKey comes in three different packages:

  • LiberKey Ultimate: 202 packages, with a complete range of software
  • LiberKey Standard: 106 packages, for daily use
  • LiberKey Basic: 28 packages, includes very basic applications and if you have less space on computer

You can find list of included applications of a package from the Software List menu on LiberKey web page. So, if you want to install any package of LiberKey then you’ve to install complete package, it doesn’t allow to chose the applications of your choice from a package and install those alone.

But if you don’t want to install a package then you can find a lot of stand alone portable applications on the LiberKey web page under the menu of All Software, where you can select any portable software to install as a standalone application. In front of each portable software of the list, there is an indication with the letters B, S, U which shows that in which package this software in included.

LiberKey packages are compatible for Windows 2000, XP and Vista.

You can use the following Portable Softwares using liberkey

Audio Portable Software

Format Factory 1.90
XRECODE 2.60 Editor
Audacity 1.3.7
mp3DirectCut 2.11
MP3Gain 1.2.5 iPod manager
Floola 5.1.1
SharePod 3.9.2
YamiPod 1.8 Player
AIMP 2.51 build 330 Radio
ICY Radio
RadioSure 2.0.872
Screamer Radio 0.4.3 Ripper
BonkEnc 1.0.12
CDex 1.70b2 rev1 Tagger
Mp3tag 2.43
TagScanner 5.0 build 532 Text to Speech
DSpeech 1.55.3 Tools
Audio Identifier 0.7.1
Tunatic 1.0.1b

CD – DVD Portable Software

Burning tools
Amok CD/DVD Burning 1.03
InfraRecorder 0.46.2 Cover printer
UnderCoverXP 1.21 Image tools
AnyToISO Converter 2.2
Folder2Iso 1.4
LCISOCreator 1.1
Virtual CDRom Control Panel Utilities
Nero DiskSpeed
Nero InfoTool

Education Portable Software

Celestia 1.5.1
Stellarium 0.10.2 Typing
RapidTyping 2.9

File Management Portable Software

Abakt 0.9.5 rev2 Cataloger
CdCat 1.1b Comparison
KDiff3 0.9.95
WinMerge Compression
7-Zip 4.65
IZArc2Go 4.0 beta 1 build 1760
PeaZip 2.6.1
Universal Extractor 1.6 rev2 Copy
TeraCopy 2.0 beta 4a Defragmenter
Defraggler 1.10.143
Disk Defrag
JkDefragGUI (+ JkDefrag) 1.16.1 (+ 3.36) Directory Lister
Directory Lister 0.9.1
DirHTML 4.840 Disk space tool
FilePro 1.0 build 111
Folder Size 1.4
Windirstat 1.1.2 Duplicate finder
DupKiller 0.8.2 rev1 Manager
Free Commander 2009.02
Q-Dir 3.79 Recovery
Recover Files 2.1
Recuva 1.27.419 Renamer
Ant Renamer 2.10
ReNamer 5.50 Search
SearchMyFiles 1.15 Splitter
GSplit 3.0.1
YoyoCut Synchronization
DSynchronize 2.30.1 rev1
Sync Expert 1.92 Universal Viewer
Universal Viewer 4.0.0

Graphics – Photo Portable Software

Anim8or 0.95c
Blender 2.49 Color picker
Color Mania 2.7
ColorPic 4.1 Editor
GIMP 2.6.6
Inkscape 0.46
Paint.NET 3.36 rev1
Photo Filtre 6.3.2 rev1 Effect and filter
FotoSketcher 1.85 Icon editor
Greenfish Icon Editor Pro 1.72
IcoFX 1.6.4 Screen capture
FastStone Capture 5.3
PicPick Tools
PngOptimizer 1.8
RIOT 0.3.3 Vector converter
WinTopo 1.7 Viewer
FastStone Image Viewer 3.9
IrfanView 4.23
XnView 1.96.1

Internet Portable Software

Bookmark manager
Transmute 1.53 Browser
Chromium 3.0.183 build 17071
Firefox 3.0.10
Google Chrome
Opera 9.64 build 10487 Download
eMule 0.49c
Free Download Manager 3.0 build 848 rev1
RapGet 1.41
uTorrent 1.8.2 build 15227 Email
Opera 9.64 build 10487
POP Peeper
PopTray 3.2
Thunderbird FTP
Filezilla Instant messenger
aMSN 0.97.2
MegaIRC 4.05
Miranda IM 0.7.19
Pidgin 2.5.6 RSS reader
GreatNews 1.0 build 384 Website authoring
iWebAlbum 2.02
KompoZer 0.7.10 rev1
MobaPhoto 1.42 Website copier
HTTrack 3.43-5

Networking – Server

Bandwidth monitor
NetMeter 1.1.3 rev1
Network Monitor 3.0
NetWorx 4.9.6 Configuration
B.I.S.S. Hosts Manager
PE Network Configurator 2.32 Network analyzer
SmartSniff 1.50
Yale 1.06 Remote control
UltraVNC Server
UltraVNC Viewer Scanner
Performance Pinging 2.0.1
SoftPerfect Network Scanner 4.1.1 Server
HFS 2.2f build 155 Settings manager
Net Profiles 2.1.7
NetSetMan 2.5.4 Telnet-SSH client
TeraTerm Pro 4.62
WinSCP 4.1.9 build 416 Tools
CurrPorts 1.65
DShutdown 1.72.1
eToolz 3.4.2
IP2 1.04
IPNetInfo 1.19
Network Stuff

Office Portable Software

ESB Calculator 7.0.2
SpeedCrunch 0.10.1 Calendar
EssentialPIM 3.02 rev1
Sunbird 0.9 Chrono
Pc Chrono Desktop tools Application launcher
Executor 0.9.8 build 1
RocketDock 1.3.5 rev1 Automation
Clavier+ 10.6.1 Clock
ClocX 1.5 beta 2
TimeSync 2.10 Customization
Shock Caption 1.5
Visual Tooltip 2.2.1
WinFlip 0.50 Meteo
Meteo Fusion Post-it
PNotes 4.7.102
Stickies 6.7a Save desktop icon
Shock Desktop 1.53 Virtual desktop
VirtuaWin 4.0.1 Zoom
Virtual Magnifying Glass 3.3.2 rev1
ZoomIt 3.03 Diagram editor
Dia 0.97.0
Diagram designer 1.21.1 Finance manager
Money Manager Ex Font manager
AMP Font Viewer 3.86
FontList 1.5
NexusFont rev1 Office suite
AbiWord 2.6.8
OpenOffice (OOo) 3.1.0 PDF
Foxit Reader 3.0 build 1506
PDF-XChange Viewer 2.0 build 41.5
SumatraPDF 0.9.3 Presentation
Pointofix 1.5.2009.03.12 Task manager
Task Coach 0.72.9 Text editor
Notepad++ 5.4.3
PSPad 4.5.3 build 2298 Tutorial creator
vTute Recorder 1.0
Wink 2.0 build 1060 Unit converter
Converber 1.8.0
ESBUnitConv 7.0.0

Security Portable Software

Anti virus-spyware
ClamWin 0.95.1
Runscanner Encryption
DCU 2.3.2
Omziff 3.3
TrueCrypt 6.2 Integrity checker
HashCalc 2.0.2 rev2 Password manager
KeePass 1.16
Password Generator 3.1 Privacy tool
XP-AntiSpy 3.97.3 Secure deletion
UltraShredder 4.9
WipeDisk 1.1.0
WipeFile 2.1 Tools
USB WriteProtector 1.1

System Utilities

Benchmark Hard disk
CrystalDiskMark 2.2.0
HD_Speed Universal
CrystalMark Cleaner – uninstaller
CCleaner 2.20.920
CleanAfterMe 1.35
Driver Sweeper 1.5.5
JavaRa 1.14
MUICacheView 1.00
MyUninstaller 1.42 rev1
Remove Empty Directories 2.1
Revo Uninstaller 1.83
Unlocker 1.8.7 Emulator
MobaLiveCD 2.0 Hex editor
HxD Information File monitoring
OpenedFilesView 1.35 Hardware monitoring
HWMonitor 1.14.0 Inventory
PC Wizard 2008 – 1.871
SIW 2009-05-12
System Explorer 1.5
System Spec 2.65
WinAudit 2.27 Process
Bill2’s Process Manager
DTaskManager 1.51
Process Explorer 11.33 Processor
CPU-Z 1.51
RightMark CPU Clock Utility 2.35.0 rev1
Slow 0.8
ThrottleWatch 2.0.1 rev1 Service
ServiWin 1.35 Startup manager
Autoruns 9.50
Startup Control Panel 2.8 rev1 USB device
USBDeview 1.36 Video card
GPU Caps Viewer 1.7.0
GPU-Z 0.3.4 Registry Backup
Erunt 1.1j Comparison
Regshot Compression
Quicksys RegDefrag 2.3 Monitoring
Process Monitor 2.04
RegFromApp 1.20 Repair
Free Window Registry Repair 2.0
Wise Registry Cleaner 4.51 build 199 Search
RegScanner 1.77 Tests Burning test
HeavyLoad 2.4
OCCT 3.1.0 Hard disk
CrystalDiskInfo 2.7.2d
HD Tune 2.55 rev1 Monitor
CheckeMON 1.1
Eizo Monitortest RAM
MemTest 3.8
RightMark Memory Analyzer 3.80 Tools
Autoplay Repair 2.2.2 rev1
ColorConsole 1.61
Drive Manager 4.04
Fast Explorer 2008 –
Fat32Formatter 1.0
FileTypesMan 1.21
Path Editor
Rapid Environment Editor 3.2 build 518
RegDllView 1.35
ShellExView 1.37
SysExporter 1.51
USB Disk Ejector 1.1.2 Tweaker
Tweak UI 2.10
XdN Tweaker
XP-Config Update checker
Filehippo Update Checker 1.032

Video Portable Software

VDownloader 0.82
WebVideoCap 1.37 Cataloger
Ant Movie Catalog Converter
Format Factory 1.90
Pocket Divx Encoder 0.4.5 Editor
VirtualDub 1.8.8 build 30091 Player
Media Player Classic build 100
MPC HomeCinema 1.2.1156.0
VLC media player 0.9.9
Wimpy FLV Player 3.0.9 Repair
DivFix++ 0.31 Tools
Aspect 2.1.0 rev1
Filmerit 3.0.8 rev1
GSpot 2.70a
K-Lite Codec Tweak Tool 2.5.3
MediaInfo 0.7.16
VideoCalc 1.1

When iPhone 3GS is Coming to your Country, See the List

As you all know iPhone 3GS is going to be launched in USA on Friday, 19 June. AT&T stores will be opened in early morning on that day, whereas users can also place pre-order at AT&T to get a new iPhone exact on the launch date instead of waiting in a long queue in front of the A&T store, this service is just for US customers.

But whats about the other customers all around the world who are also waiting for iPhone 3GS and looking forward for the launch date of new device in their country?
So, here is a complete list of launch dates of iPhone 3GS country wise, which was announced in WWDC keynote by Philip Schiller, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing.

June 19

United Kingdom
United States of America

June 26


July 9

Czech Republic
Dominican Republic
El Salvador
Hong Kong
New Zealand
South Africa

August 9

Central Africa
Ivory Coast
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates

So, just wait a little more to get your iPhone 3GS while it arrives to your country.

Facebook Members to Become Masters of Their Domain Names

facebook-logoAt midnight, Facebook will give users the chance to claim a cleaner URL for their pages. What was once a messy string of numbers and letters could simply be changed to, for example. The move may make it easier to find other people and companies, but did the social networking site give businesses enough time to gear up? Is there potential for IP conflicts?

Just when you thought you had that 12:01 a.m. Saturday deadline figured out for this weekend’s big switch from analog to digital television, along comes another form of midnight madness to worry about — that is, if you want to make it easier for Facebook friends to reach you, or have a brand you want to protect from the dark side of social media.

Beginning at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time on Saturday morning, Facebook will allow registration for customized URLs (example:, instead of the usual long list of numbers that show up as a Web address for a profile. The world’s largest social media network began sending out notices for the process on Wednesday, including a link for registered trademark brand owners to place their names on a restricted list, in the hope of avoiding the cybersquatting phenomenon that has long plagued the Internet domain name process.

The advantages are obvious: an easier way for users to track down their friends — or their favorite companies — on Facebook. It also gives those companies a shot at ranking higher on a Google .

However, given complaints from its members regarding past terms-of-service changes, is Facebook ready to get into the domain name business? Can it truly protect trademark owners from seeing their intellectual property pilfered by those who would grab a username, only to sell it back to its legitimate owner? Can Facebook’s servers handle what may turn out to be a midnight crush?


Easy-to-Use Registration?

Facebook did not respond to requests for comments by press time, but previously published reports quote company spokespersons as saying they should have enough backup server power available. However, one social media expert is skeptical.

“I think we’re going to see a flurry of squatters trying to rip apart Facebook,” Lon Safko, hardware/software entrepreneur, intellectual property owner and author of The Social Media Bible, told TechNewsWorld. “They’re going to try to reserve a lot of names. It’ll be blue-light specials at midnight, and don’t be surprised if the servers … go down.”

Facebook’s motive for offering up vanity URLs, according to Safko: Even though MySpace and Twitter already offer up customized addresses, Facebook’s enormous population — 200 million active users — gives the network much more appeal with businesses and represents a viable future revenue opportunity.

“It could be that they’re trying to spike memberships. They’ve been growing really fast, trouncing MySpace and getting a lot of press. It’s a really good free perk.” When it comes to companies, “I think Facebook is starting to recognize the value of companies, because companies have been taking advantage of it all along. If they can entice people and companies into trying to brand themselves on it, the advertising opportunities down the road are significant.”

There’s also potential for related advertising on profile pages with customized URLs, according to IDC analyst Caroline Dangson. Facebook will have to rely on that, since the company probably can’t get away with charging down the line for vanity usernames, she said. So the value right now for Facebook with all this: better search within Facebook and a stronger overall connection.

“It gives you the sense that you’ve really got your own page now,” Dangson told TechNewsWorld. “You didn’t think of it in terms of the domain name before, because it was ugly. You had a space on Facebook, but now it’s giving you a sense of greater ownership, potentially.”

The prospect of better search results also cements the network/member relationship, she said, because it helps “people connect with even more people, which creates stickiness.”