Browser Wars: Yahoo releases the Axis browser!

Google Chrome was recently in the news as it took over Internet Explorer as the most widely used web browser in the world. As browsing becomes ubiquitous and more importantly as browsing increases on tablets, mobile devices, laptop and desktop computers, Yahoo! has released it’s own browser Axis, keeping in mind the changing browsing habits of the online audience. Here’s a cool preview of the browser, and it looks like it could give the other browsers a run for their money! Do share your thoughts.

VIDEO: If you die?

Have you ever wondered what might happen to your Facebook profile after you die? Well, this creepy but unique facebook application lets you record a message that gets posted onto your Facebook profile ONLY after you DIE! That’s correct, you can leave a message to your loved ones, settle a score, dole out some advice, whatever you want and this video will get posted on your facebook profile after you die. Check out the video below that explains this service:

Source: IfIDieApp

Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter – All in one

Say hello to a new and innovative social networking utility called Hachi. Their tag-line is “Connect Smartly” and we can safely say that if they do achieve what they claim to offer, i.e., the ability to pull in all contacts, friends, connections, etc from Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+ onto one platform that’s searchable it’s definitely connecting smartly! Check out the service at and do let us know what you think.

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VIDEO: The new Google+

Google+ gives you new ways to share the right things with the right people. See the improvements made on the Google+ on the Video below.

Source: Google