Bluetooth has become indispensable these days, letting you transfer data from one device to another. If you’re wondering how to find if your laptop has Bluetooth or not, here’s a guide on how you can check your laptop’s bluetooth capability in Windows Vista:
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This new year marks the first birthday of Killer Tech Tips. Of late, I haven’t written much on this blog. I’m going to complete my schooling in just three months from now, and my final exams begin on March 2. That’s taking a toll on this blog. Till then, posts will be sporadic or you may not see any posts at all.
When you’re browsing through pictures on Flickr, you should have seen an â€˜All Sizes’ option above photos. Clicking on the â€˜All Sizes’ option takes you to a page that has links to the photo in various sizes, including its biggest version.
However, some photos have restricted permissions and have the â€˜All Sizes’ option missing or disabled and it’s not possible to directly retrieve the original version of the photo.
As promised, the three 30 GB Free Annual SugarSync subscriptions go to Narayanan Hariharan, Madhur Kapoor and Arun. Your SugarSync accounts will be upgraded soon with the 30GB space for one whole year! I’m sure you’ll find it useful, guys. Enjoy!
And, Proto.in, dubbed India’s Startup Event is happening this year on July 18 and 19 at IIT, Delhi. The event brings entrepreneurs, techies, bloggers, and students together. It’s a platform for good exposure and you could showcase and present your technology ideas.
I’ve got around 3 bloggers’ passes for the event to giveaway. If you need one, leave a trackback here. I’ll make sure you get one for free!
SugarSync is a complete, and a really perfect online backup and file syncing solution for your data. In this post, I’ll be writing my review and thoughts on the application, how it works and why it’s better than some other online file syncing tools available out there.
I’ve got three 30-GB SugarSync annual subscriptions (each has a retail value of $49.99) to give away. You’ll find details on how you can grab one for yourself at the end of this post.
Darren declared today as Blogger Appreciation Day, and I think it’s a great way to acknowledge other fellow bloggers and the support that they’ve rendered to the growth of my blogs.
So, in no definite order here goes a list of my very close friends in the blogiverse who’ve always offered their kind help to me!
As you know, I’ve been giving a mixture of some personal stuff along with other niche articles on blog.shankarganesh.com. Sometimes, I found it all weird.
Niche blogging on a personal domain name isn’t good after all. I’ve been contemplating this for a while.
At last, I’ve decided to move to killertechtips.com. All tech related posts will be published on Killer Tech Tips henceforth. As for the feed URL, there’s no change, and you can access it at http://feeds.feedburner.com/shankarstechblog
I’ll be losing the authority of my old blog, but in the long term, I hope to build an authoritative blog and a community around, so I had to go off with the personal domain name.
Hope you give your continued support here 🙂
If you’re wondering who on earth is supporting this site, it’s Mr. Srinivasan. This new year, he’s offering hosting at the rate of Re.1 per MB.
I can assure you that his service is very reliable. You should have noticed that the blog wasn’t down even for a minute when we were on Digg!
He can be reached at sapauljoseph AT gmail DOT com