Microsoft’s ‘Bing’ search engine has been continuously gaining market share against Google which is the worldwide industry leader. Despite of all the facts, the recent death of pop superstar Michael Jackson has made some Bing users realize that they have made a mistake of leaving Google.
Officially Bing was launched on June 3. Initially it had taken over the previous market share of the Microsoft ‘Live Search’. However, just after a month on the Web, we have seen a little increase in bing’s market share which raised from 7.81% of all US-based searches to 8.23%.
Here in this article I am sharing with you top 10 KDE4 applications that will be really useful for the developers who are in search of KDE4 applications.
Yakuake – Great Terminal Application
One of the very popular Quake-style terminal application is Yakuake. It remains in the background unless we invoke it with the (default) F12 global shortcut. It is able to inherit Konsole’s settings and probably it is the best alternative to Konsole. Yakuake is identical to Konsole, as it supports full transparency effects, various colour schemes and backgrounds, middle-click paste and tabs. I must say that it is definitely an essential tool.
Amarok 2 – The Most Popular Linux Audio Player
In the last few months Amarok’s port to KDE4 was probably one of the most controversial releases and it give rise to many discussions that whether Amarok 2 took the right way? My answer to this question is: yes.
Dell while indication that the GPS and location features that have gained popularity on smartphones and navigation devices are now migrating to netbooks, said that it has made plans to start offering a location service-enabled application for its Dell Mini 10 netbook family.
In a blog, it was said by Dell that it will offer its Dell Wireless 700 location solution that will begin from next week. A combination of technology is being used by the system, from Broadcom A-GPS and Skyhook Wireless’ Wi-Fi position applications.
Sriraminhell.com is home to a promising blogger and young IT Professional Sriram Sridharan. He is related with Cellular Industry. Brief look at his about me section of blog, it revealed that He is inclined to blogging about technology due to his educational background.
At first impression the blog opens quite quickly. It has been decorated with a nice black Web 2.0 theme Which gives it a nice tech feel. You will also notice that It uses blogger as the CMS engine which is not so common among self-hosted blogs.
Comments & Discussions
The Blogger is quite active and responds quickly to comments on his blog and try to engage visitors in order to help them which is also a great plus for this blog.
Niche & Focus
Blog seems to have kept its focus on its main theme. On positive side, with reviews of other blogs and engaging other blogger’s with guest posts he is moving toward the right direction.