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Abhimanyu Ghoshal

Member since: Apr 4th, 2010

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BlackBerry Messenger 6.0 screenshots leak (Download Squad)

Apr 6th 2011 9:15AM How meh. Just like most things Blackberry. They're really lagging behind in the UI department.

Social browsing with Mozilla Labs F1 -- how RockMelt should've been (Download Squad)

Nov 14th 2010 1:12PM What about Google Toolbar's awesome sharing options? It works extremely well with a huge number of services. And it's really simple too. For example, I'd been using it to share items via Gmail and Facebook (which was a breeze) but I was especially impressed when I started using it with Twitter - I got a tweet already composed with the page's title + a shortened URL.

Another great thing about Google Toolbar's sharing? I get a Gmail window that's not only familiar but also allows me to use Gmail's awesome email address autoprompt. When trying to use F1 to share a link via Gmail I realised that I don't remember a single person's email address but I never needed to.

My opinion is that when one is covering rehashed to solutions to problems that have already been solved, one should state the differences between the old and new solutions and why a user should choose one over the other. A 35kb footprint isn't going to help me if I can't remember my friends' email addresses.

The time has come for me to say goodbye to Facebook too (Download Squad)

May 17th 2010 10:55AM So where are you going to get your social media fix now? I guess it's time for me to move out too, but I don't know where I'd go.

Taco Bell a Hit in India (Slashfood)

Apr 4th 2010 3:07PM Living in Bangalore as I do now, I've been to the Taco Bell that opened up, and it's fun, cheesy, snacky stuff. I'd definitely eat there more often if more locations opened up and they weren't so crowded. However, quick correction - Pizza Hut and a couple of other pizza chains previously offered unlimited beverages to dine-in patrons, although those offers have now dried up.

I still don't understand why the taco is so popular though - besides the first and last bite, how does one keep it intact?