Google Analytics Will Now Track iOS App Installs
Nov16

Google Analytics Will Now Track iOS App Installs

Google Analytics, the traffic tracking tool that lets you track clicks, page landings, ad clicks will now also track iOS app installs. The new feature is supposed to do more than that. It will not only track installs but also track users who are using the app. It will track whether users are actually using the app instead of installing and abandoning it. It will be also integrated with Google Adwords, which will give customers...

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Amazon Launches Aurora Cloud Database
Nov14

Amazon Launches Aurora Cloud Database

Amazon has launched a Relational Database Engine on it’s cloud known as Amazon Aurora. It’s a fully managed MySQL compatible platform. It’s speed and efficiency is comparable to high end commercial databases. Cloud storage is becoming more and more popular. Now users also want to store their own databases on the cloud. Google has it’s own Cloud Database Platform which is known as Google Cloud SQL. With...

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Google Launches Genomics Cloud Service For DNA Data
Nov11

Google Launches Genomics Cloud Service For DNA Data

Google has launched a cloud service just for DNA data – Google Genomics. The Genomics project began 18 months ago. Genome studying have become more and more important over the years. It holds the key to understand the chemistry in the body. Earlier, scientists and researchers used to study only a few kind of genomes. Now they study hundreds of thousands of genomes which has resulted in an explosion of data. The other competitor...

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Facebook Gives Users More Control Of News Feed
Nov09

Facebook Gives Users More Control Of News Feed

With the latest Facebook update, it has given users more control of their news feed. You can now block specific updates, from your friend list or your likes. Facebook has been plagued by spam for years especially in the groups. The group moderators are not always available to monitor spam. As a result, the spam updates also appear in the user’s News Feed. Facebook has added a new Settings Menu, which shows you the friends you...

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Microsoft Office Apps Are Now Free For iOS And Android
Nov07

Microsoft Office Apps Are Now Free For iOS And Android

Microsoft will now be offering free apps for both iOS and Android. What’s more the company has now divided the apps individually into Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Earlier, there was only one app for making some basic edits for all three of them. Microsoft has also partnered up with Dropbox to provided real time syncing features which means whatever edit the user makes will automatically backed up to the Dropbox cloud storage....

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How To Get Started With Part Time Freelancing
Nov05

How To Get Started With Part Time Freelancing

Freelancing can be a great source of making money online but it can also be the most unstable of them all. Freelancing is one of the most easiest ways to make some extra cash which we all need. However, getting started with it is not easy. Why is it difficult to get started with freelancing There are actually quite a few reasons why freelancing can be difficult at the start. In most cases, the freelancers are not even sure what kind...

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Google Brings In Material Design To It’s New Gmail Android App
Nov04

Google Brings In Material Design To It’s New Gmail Android App

Google updated it’s Gmail Android App yesterday with a new sleek design and a more user friendly UI. The highlight of the update was however, the app’s added support for other email clients. Now users can add other email accounts like yahoomail, icloud, aol, outlook etc. Gmail has added the IMAP / POP support so that users can add as many account as they want. However in saying that, I do think there are a few rooms for...

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Add and Remove Controls Dynamically in Windows Forms Application in C#
Aug10

Add and Remove Controls Dynamically in Windows Forms Application in C#

Few weeks back, I described how to add and remove components dynamically from a JPanel in Java. I used the same approach for C# .NET. The logic is completely same however there are slight variations in the syntax. SO, here’s how you can add and remove controls dynamically in Windows Forms Application in C# .NET. Working of the GUI I have kept the GUI similar to the previous one. There are two combo boxes and one text box. There...

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Building a Java Web Start Application
Aug08

Building a Java Web Start Application

While checking out some tutorials of Java on the Oracle website, I discovered that they were using Java Web Start Launcher Applications as demo for the viewers. Basically the applications are JNLP FilesĀ  ( Java Network Launch Protocol ). For the applications to work, you do need to have Java installed on your system. The main advantage in using Java Web Start technology is you can deploy independent software on any system over the...

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Content Marketing with Content Syndication
Aug02

Content Marketing with Content Syndication

Content syndication in very basic sense refers to the transmission and display of information. The basic general process on how web syndication works is very simple. Generally there are two sites involved. One is a site which transmits information is connected to the viewing site via a RSS feed. It is this RSS feed that maintains the connection between the two sites. Content syndication is a mutual understanding concept. The site...

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