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41 Amazing and Interesting Facts of Google

1.Google is internet’s most visited website according to Alexa.

2.Over 1 billion search requests per day are handled by Googl.e. It is done by using over 1 million computers.

3.Google became the world’s largest search engine in June 2000.

4.Currently Googl.e can analyze around millions of pages a second, whereas it is 30-40 pages at initial days.

5.”Google” is added as a verb in the Oxford English Dictionary in June 2006.

6.Google surpassed one billion unique visitors in May 2011.

7.US$50 billion is the annual revenue for Google in the year 2012. Googl.e announced it on January 2013.

8.Google operates 70 offices in more than 40 countries.

9.In early 1999, Googl.e founders decided to sell it for US$1 million to Excite CEO but they refused it.

10.Initial public offering of Googl.e took place on August 19, 2004. (more…)

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Quick Solutions to Overheating Android Phones

Overheating Solution

Smartphone devices have become an essential segment of our lives. Right from waking us up in the morning to keeping us linked with every nook and cranny of the planet, they do it all. Users like to stay connected at all times, and smartphones strive to fulfill these expectations. However, heavy workload can take a toll on smartphones too. Smartphones may malfunction at times and may exhibit abnormalities in their functioning. One example of such divergent behavior is overheating of the device and the device battery.

The Smartphone scene sees better processors being introduced on a daily basis, which have higher energy requirements and thus generate greater amounts of heat. Sometimes, in the bid to create thin and compact smartphones manufacturers design devices lacking proper ventilation, such as in the case of Gionee Elife S5.5 and that may result in excessive heating. Other factors such as excessive involvement in processor/graphically intensive tasks, use of an old battery, presence of battery draining apps and processes etc all contribute to overheating of the device. Let us consider some tips to stop or control these excessive heating issues.

Disable Unwanted Functions

Some functions of a smartphone device are highly battery intensive. Many unwanted applications and processes run in the background of a Smartphone, consuming a high amount of energy, and thus generating higher amounts of heat. By disabling these apps and background processes users can make sure that their device remains cool.

For example, it is not necessary to keep on your WiFi, Bluetooth etc functions switched On all the time, even when not using the device for a long period of time. Maps services, Vibration effect etc all consume energy drastically. Users can monitor and close unwanted functions by using apps such as JuiceDefender, and apps like Greenify can keep tabs on background activities. (more…)

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Whatsapp Amazing Features You Should Know About


There’s always a bit of a learning curve when it comes to mastering new apps and WhatsApp is no different. It’s wickedly popular (it recently hit a billion users) and extremely easy to get started using right away, but the messenger does have a few quirks that aren’t immediately obvious at first. There are also a few hidden features that aren’t the simplest to enable.

If you have some patience and the willingness to tinker however, we’re sure that anybody can figure out WhatsApp in no time but we thought we’d make it a little easier.

We’ve gone over everything you could possibly want to know about WhatsApp, from how exactly the app works to tips and tricks every user should keep at their disposal.

What is WhatsApp and how does it work? (more…)

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