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How to Switch back to old Google Talk from Hangouts?

>> Sunday, June 9, 2013

Your Google talk might have upgraded to Hangouts, but most users feel its annoying and dont serve the purpose of normal chat application.

Many people desperately wants to switch back to old Google talk app. Here is how to get it back.

1. Go to settings and open Apps.

2. You will see Hangouts under downloaded Apps. Click on that.

3. Click on Uninstall updates.

4. This will uninstall Hangouts and bring back Google talk again.

Try it!


Why Chatwing Chat Software is an Effective Online Presence Booster?

>> Saturday, May 4, 2013

Achieving a high rate of online presence is like sending off a rumor in a bustling town where everybody has daily routines to finish. The rumor will only gather the attention of a handful of folks, while the rest will just go on with their lives. The Internet is similar to this town: bustling, and full of opportunities to take your ideas to the next level. However, the problem is imminent. There are millions of active users in the cyberspace and reaching them may take some time. You need a steady marketing strategy and online charisma. Aside from that, you need all the high-value and low-entry tools that Internet can offer.


What is Causing the Fall in Facebook User Numbers?

It had to happen at some point, but few could have predicted that Facebook’s fall from grace in terms of user numbers would be so spectacular.  Of course, some analysts have been predicting the eventual fall of Facebook for the last year, ever since Facebook became a publicly traded company in May of last year.

Damaging Numbers
Independent research from the respected Social Bakers organization, publicized today, indicated that Facebook are losing millions of users a month in their core United States and United Kingdom markets.

In the last month alone, 6million fewer people visited the site in the U.S. with the UK figure coming in at a shortfall of 1.4million, a lower number but a larger percentage of the overall user base. It is easy to pass off these numbers as small considering that Facebook is still growing in other countries, but the fact remains that in the markets where they have most interests, they are quickly falling out of favor.
No one is yet proclaiming that the site is set to ‘do a MySpace’ and become almost obsolete, but there is definite cause for concern. What is driving people away from Facebook?
Too Many Social Networks
At some point, people were going to start using other social networks, especially given how many there are in existence. The worry for Facebook might be that users are flocking quickly to rivals such as Twitter and the up and coming Path social network, rather than seeing users leave because of a general saturation of social media.
Rumors Surrounding Pay Walls
The cat is already out of the bag when it comes to costs attached to messaging ‘non-friends,’ but there are continuously rumors swirling around in cyberspace that Facebook are increasingly looking for ways to monetize their users.
It is only natural for a business to do that, especially one with shareholders to answer to. However, the famous homepage promise of “It’s free and it always will be” might come back to haunt the site if Facebook turns into what is essentially a ‘freemium’ website with a healthy proportion of features behind pay walls.
Everyone Already Has It
A more positive outlook to take with Facebook is that we are today in the year 2013. Anyone who has access to the internet, and wants to have a Facebook account, will have one by now. Where else was there to go but down?
People have been leaving Facebook for years, but the continuous flood of people joining somewhat masked this. Now that the flood has stopped, the focus needs to change from attracting new users to retaining and not alienating the ones they have.
Facebook Graph Search
There is great irony in the manner that new initiatives can drive people away. 2013 has already seen Facebook lose users on account of their usage of users’ photographs, but the big hit has perhaps been the new Graph Search tool. Go to any forum online where this is being discussed, and you are almost certain to find people who have turned their back on Facebook due to Graph Search being perceived as a further intrusion into privacy.
It might be great for businesses and targeted marketing purposes, but consumers are voting with their feet, or their fingers!
Facebook’s Future
While it will take a huge shift in attitudes to see Facebook fall completely off the radar, the latest analysis is not great. What is perhaps most telling is that the company themselves are renowned for being ahead of the game, but as yet have declined to comment on the Social Bakers analysis.
Facebook will definitely have a future in the increasingly connected world, but it might be playing a different role from the one they occupy today.
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Facebook Press Event 2013 Live [VIDEO]

>> Thursday, March 7, 2013

Watch the much awaited press event from Social media giant Facebook. It is expected that this event will witness major revamp in the appearance of Facebook User Interface, the wall:


Samsung GALAXY S DUOS Review and Price

>> Monday, October 8, 2012

The Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 was announced in July and is clearly a close sibling of the highly popular Samsung Galaxy S. But can it maintain the same level of interest?

Design and Build Quality of Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562
The design of the Samsung Galaxy S Duos is strongly reminiscent of the much-loved Galaxy S3, but it’s significantly more compact – a fact made possible by its much inferior hardware. The phone is formed in a bar design, and weighs in at 120 grams, making it lightweight in your hand and in your pocket. It features a 4-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 480x800 pixels – a decent enough offering, but significantly smaller than what we’ve come to expect from Samsung. Overall, the phone’s design is clean and curvy, and the materials and build quality look good, but it’s a very unremarkable effort and the phone certainly won’t stand out from the competition.

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