As we entered third week of the month, It’s time to recap the best posts of Tech Dreams so far. Based on the Google Analytics statistics here are the most viewed and top rated posts Most Viewed All About iPhone 3G – 7 Videos Covering Un-boxing, New Features Review, Free Google iPhone App & Other […]
Today we spotted source code snippets in Google Search results. While searching for the keyword popupshowing,which is related to Firefox extensions, the following Google search results are displayed.
As Apple opened the iPhone API gates for programmers, applications for iPhone are flooding. WordPress announced that soon they are going to release an native iPhone application that allows self hosted WordPress bloggers to blog directly from their iPhones. Here is a video demonstrating iPhone App for WordPress
It’s time to celebrate the release of new iPhone 3G. Few minutes ago we published as post covering 7 video demos covering un-boxing to review of all new features. Here is another post on 55 gorgeous iPhone Wallpapers for your Desktops and Laptops. hongkiat.com has listed 55 gorgeous iPhone wallpapers. It’s a must to check […]
At last the wait for new slim and sexy iPhone 3G is over. Today Apple released the iPhone in many countries. Here are the 7 video we gathered from YouTube and other sources to provides you all the information required to know about the new iPhone 3G. These videos covers from un-boxing to full review […]
Last night when I was browsing through the list of Google Trends (a service that keeps track of 100 most popular Google Search queries) I found an interesting query “so you think you can dance Bollywood” at 77th position. After digging the details about the the search query, I understood that “so you think you […]
We often need to open the previously visited web pages in a new tab or window without loosing the current page. Especially when we navigate away from search results page we may need to open the search results page without closing the viewing page. In Firefox 3 to open a history page in a new […]
We browse many web sites daily and the new web sites that add up to our browsing list keep growing daily. But how do we remember the URLs of all these web sites? It is very difficult to remember URLs of all the web sites that we want to browse. It is not only the […]
Lifehacker blog has published a good tip on duplicating current tab page and its history in Firefox 3. To duplicate the current tab page, hold the control key while you drag and drop the current tab on the free area next to tabs. Ctrl+Drag a Tab to Copy It and Its History [Lifehacker]
When we install new applications, Windows highlights the newly installed applications in start menu. Many users like this feature as it gives a distinct visual representation of the applications that are installed and not yet launched.