Tech Jungle

Google’s online Museum
September 9, 2007, 2:09 pm
Filed under: Google

Have you seen special Google logo on holidays, festivals, New year and events? Dennis Hwang, a graphic designer is the person behind all this. Working as Google’s international webmaster with Google, made first logo for Google in the year 2000 and has designing the specialty logos since then. These special Google logos look very beautiful. You can see all these logos here (not posting any logo here as Google logo page denies to use these anywhere else). Some Google’s fan has also created logos of Google, see here.


Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali
September 1, 2007, 8:28 am
Filed under: Google

Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali After a long period research, Orkut has introduced the portal in 5 new Indian languages so as to make this awesome website accessible to more of the techsavy Indians. Now Orkut is avaliable in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.

Already, Indians share a large part of Orkut and this step of Google will enable more of them to join and shake hands with the world through Orkut.
With the introduction of these languages which covers 80% of the India, Googlers hope that more Indians will be able to come close and communicate in their native languages. Google say that this only for a start, going forward they will be introducing more of the Indian languages in Orkut.

Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, BengaliViewing the orkut site in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil or Telugu (or any one of our other 12 languages) is easy.

Click the settings button under your profile photo (or click the blue settings link at the top of any page). On the general tab, choose your preferred display language from the drop-down menu at the top of the page. Click save changes.
If you are having trouble reading languages on the “Settings” page, it is likely that your browser scripts have not been updated. For Internet Explorer, proceed to “Tools” and then “Windows Update”. Here you should accept the Windows XP Service Pack 2 update. All languages are included in this update.

Now Add a video to blogpost directly from blogspot post editor
August 26, 2007, 7:02 pm
Filed under: Blogger, Google
In recent times blogger is adding new features to its blogspot to make it better for the bloggers blogging on the blogspot and provide more options for easy and better blogging. Blogger has continued this tradition and now introduced the Add video option on blogspot editor itself till now only Add image option is available.

Now Add a video to blogpost directly from blogspot post editor

With this Add video option you can upload video directly from your blog editor to your post and publish it. You can upload a video up to 100 MB and AVI, MPEG, QuickTime, Real, and Windows Media are the supported formats. You can even give title to your uploaded video. Just check the option box besides the terms and conditions and once you press the upload video button, video starts to upload to Google video and time of uploading video depends upon its size. You can continue to edit your post during upload, but can’t close this window or publish until it’s finished.

I have uploaded a Windows vista dream scene video to just check how it works ?

Google adds another star to its Google pack adds Star Office 8
August 13, 2007, 4:57 pm
Filed under: Google

Google Pack- Star Office

Google Pack is collection of necessary utilities to make your computer work better and efficient. Google Pack contains Google earth, Norton Security scan, Google desktop, Firefox with Google toolbar, Adobe Reader, Skype, Google toolbar for Internet Explorer, Sypware doctor, Picasa, Google Photos screensaver, Google Talk. Now Google has included another very useful software called Star Office devloped by Sun to its famous Google Pack for free download otherwise cost you around $ 70.

Google adds another star to its Google pack adds Star Office 8

StarOffice 8 office suits contains a word processor, a spreadsheet , drawing and calculator tools, databases and presentation tools. Google has integrated its search toolbar in Star Office 8 applications. Download the Google Pack from the below link.

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Make your iGoogle more Customized by iGoogle skins
August 10, 2007, 6:35 pm
Filed under: Google

iGoogle skin-British summer

iGoogle skin- British summer

As we all know that Google personalized homepage is now called iGoogle. Google personalized page or iGoogle is page where can choose to show items of your choice like Weather, driving directions, joke of the day, quotes of the day, Google calender, Gmail, date and time etc with Google search and also enable you to change Google logo on iGoogle page.You can even make iGoogle more customize by choosing a skin form iGoogle skin according to your taste or mood.

iGoogle skin sunset

iGoogle skin- Sunset
Note: These iGoogle skins submitted by the various users who submit it to Google and can access to your Google cookies while searches and preference settings for other programs once you enable custom iGoogle skins. Visit iGoogle

How to access mails of Gmail when your Office blocked the Gmail?
August 9, 2007, 2:26 pm
Filed under: Google, Tips and Tricks
Google Mail indeed one of the most common and widely used web mail available on internet worldwide. This web mail has many features to be highlighted.
AUTO FORWARD is also one of the most unique features that Gmail offers to its user’s. This feature allows user to forward the mail received in the Gmail inbox to any other one e-mail address. Although this feature is available with other web mails as well but what distinguishes Google mail with others is that Google mail retains, in the inbox, the mail so forwarded automatically. And also doesn’t populate the sent items box with any mail so forwarded.
Whereas in other web mails, the mail so received is forwarded to new address and nothing is retained in the inbox as if no mail has been received in the inbox.

To activate this feature in Gmail just follow the following easy steps:
1. Click on the “Settings” on upper right side of the inbox page of Gmail.

2. Then select the “Forwarding and POP” tab.

How to access mails of Gmail when your Office blocked the Gmail?
3. In the first half of the page select “Forward a copy of incoming mail to” and write the e-mail address in the space so provided.

4. At last save the changes by clicking “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page.

Now, Gmail is all set to forward all your incoming mails to the requested e-mail id of your choice from where you can easily keep a track of all the mails in Gmail and can even reply to those mails.

Google is working to produce its own brand mobile phone!!!
August 6, 2007, 2:25 pm
Filed under: Google, News

Google is working to produce its own brand mobile phone!!! Reports from various sources suggest that the web giant (Google) is developing a series of “GPhones”, centered on its mobile services, such as search, e-mail and maps which would enable a cell user to utilize the full potential of the networks.

Google, In a statement, said it was working with carriers, phone makers and content providers to “bring its services to users everywhere”. It also said that “What our users and partners are telling us is that they want Google search and Google applications on mobile, and we are working hard every day to deliver that.”
Google has partnered with Apple to produce services, such as e-mail and maps, for its iPhone handset. Eric Schmidt, Google’s chief executive, said recently that more Google services for the iPhone would be rolled out.
Reports have circulated since last year that Google was working with mobile phone manufacturers to produce a handset. The Wall Street Journal on Thursday said Google had invested “hundreds of millions of dollars” in the project and was involved in discussions with T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless. The newspaper said the company was seeking to grab a bigger slice of the increasingly important mobile phone advertising market. Market research firm eMarketer told the paper that the mobile ad industry would be worth $14bn (£7bn) by 2011.
Last month, Google said it was interested in bidding for wireless spectrum licenses in the US, which could be the first step towards running its own mobile network. Google said its interest was in ensuring that customers would be able to buy any mobile device to connect to the full capability of the internet. At present, wireless carriers routinely try to restrict which models of cell phones that can be used on their networks. They also often limit the software that can be downloaded onto them, such as ring tones, music or web browser software. Google Phone