SkyDrive app for Android is live at Google Play store and available free for download for Android users of Microsoft‘s cloud storage service SkyDrive.
SkyDrive App for iOS, SkyDrive for Mac
Access all of your SkyDrive content including files shared with you.
View recently used documents.
Choose multiple photos or videos to upload from your phone.
Share your files and photos – send a link in email or in another app.
Open your SkyDrive files in other Android apps.
Manage your files – delete, or create new folders.
Download SkyDrive App for Android
Many people think that they just have to copy and paste Google Adsense code into their website and start earning a huge amount of money from it. What a huge mistake! I also thought the same way two years ago. Later I realized that without optimization, that’s impossible. Here I will share all of the tricks to increase my Google Adsense CTR that I found within the last two years.Here are some tips to increase your Google Adsense CTR:
Make sure the ads that are appearing on your site are closely related with your content. This is the first thing you have to do because if your ads are [...]
Intel’s follow-up to last year’s Core processors hasn’t exactly been a closely guarded secret. But even though the specs leaked months ago, what’s clear now about Sandy Bridge is that Intel’s taking direct aim at content.
The new batch of Core i3, i5, and i7 processors—twenty new products in all, including chipsets and adapters—look to address the complaints that were leveled against last year’s integrated graphics. With Sandy Bridge, according to Intel’s Erik Reid, you can expect to see an improvement of nearly 2x in graphics-intensive benchmark [...]
Finishing off the hat-trick of laptops, Toshiba’s AC100 is their first machine to run on Android, and is shaping up to be a very tidy netbook with up to eight hours of battery, or up to SEVEN DAYS’ standby life.
Yep, seven days. It runs on an NVIDIA Tegra 250 chip, with an insy-winsy 512MB of DDR2 RAM, and 8GB NAND flash memory. The SD/MMC card reader will expand the storage so you can easily cart around more media if needed, and the 1.3MP webcam with microphone will get you using video-chatting apps once downloaded from the Market.
It’s running Android 2.1 Eclair, and [...]
Sony’s joined the all-in-one touchscreen party, with a shiny Vaio J entrant that you can trick out pretty impressively: 21.5-inch 1920×1080 display, up to a Core i7 CPU and 8GB of RAM. But is it as affordable as they say?
Well, compared to the $1,300 L Series AIO, sure! But the Vaio J’s starting price of $900 doesn’t put it in the most affordable class of touchscreen all-in-ones out there. And that’s okay: you’ve got premium guts and a nice style here that may justify the added cost. Just know that “entry-level,” in this case, is extremely relative.
We live in an age where technology is connecting us to a font of up-to-the-second information. When there was that volcanic eruption in Iceland, how quickly did you know about it? This immediacy and connectiveness is both a good thing and bad, according to President Obama, who spoke over the weekend at Virginia’s Hampton University.
“You’re coming of age in a 24/7 media environment that bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which don’t always rank all that high on the truth meter,” President Obama said, with words [...]
The WePad is the latest generation of tablets. It offers the user fast Internet
access, an entire world of ready-to-use applications and easy access to
books, photos and other personal files.
The WePad provides elderly users in the core target group of newspaper
and magazine publishing houses, who generally have little to no
experience with PCs, with intuitive and fast access to the digital world of
their children and grandchildren (Internet, e-mail, social media, etc.).
Combined with digital newspapers and magazines, and based on the
WeMagazine ePublishing Eco System, the WePad user enjoys [...]
Lately some blogs are starting to display post excerpts instead of full posts on the Homepage (e.g. Pronet Advertising). There are both advantages and disadvantages with this method.
Displaying only post excerpts will ensure that you are not incurring any search engine penalties for duplicated content. If you display full posts on the homepage you will have the exact same content on two places, that is on the Homepage and on the single post pages (provided your archives do not display full posts, which could worsen the problem). Some SEO experts (including Michael Gray on this [...]
One of the biggest challenges that online businesses face today is maintaining relevance in the eyes of the search engines, especially Google. With Google controlling more than 90% of the search traffic in the US alone, it’s not surprising that the most important goal of any web-based marketing strategy is to be number one in Google.
It’s a well-established principle that on-site SEO is one of the most basic building blocks every business needs to have as they start on the road to search engine domination. So it makes sense to add another string to your own marketing bow as a web designer [...]
XAuth, Google’s attempt to head off Facebook’s domination of online content sharing, is fraught with problems. It appears to be built with good intentions, allowing smaller social services to persist in a Facebook- and Twitter-dominated world. But unlike OAuth, the standard many of those services use today to link publishers’ websites to their services and which allows any website to work directly with any identity provider, XAuth actually stands in between the two and directs traffic. And that spells trouble. I should know. I’ve tried what they’re doing before.
I was the CTO [...]