February 28th, 2017
by Quertime Writer in Web Tools
I come across many people searching anxiously for a good storage in order to save and store their pictures and videos. They download many apps and buy different storage hardware in order to collect all of their memories at one place.
Many of them, despite having a Gmail and Google account are unaware of the photo storage that Google provides them. I myself had no idea that any such brilliant storage capacity was available. Read more…
August 1st, 2018
by Quertime Writer in Humor
In today’s time, browsing the web comes off as a routine just like how brewing some good cup of coffee is a routine every morning when we wake up. This has become a natural part of living in the digital age. Of course, sitting in front of your computer, laptop, or even mobile phone in hand, every single day, you will find yourself surfing the internet for hours and hours. With that, let it be said that we have also come to familiarize ourselves with searching hundreds and thousands of things to look for information that we want because let’s face it, we humans, are very curious in nature. Only then do we also realize that we rely on search engines to provide these said information.
Admittedly, we all go to Google and ask numerous questions to look for answers just like how we turn to helpdesk services. And in turn Google will automatically provide us the information we need that are mostly delivered by other people like us who share their experiences and the like through the internet. Read more…
Google and “privacy” are two words that have never gotten along well. The industry leader has often been accused of going too far in their data collection on users. There is very little that the company cannot know, and this should alarm you. They act benevolent now and promise to never share data maliciously, but promises can be broken and power structures changed. Chances are that when Google gets a new CEO, they will still have your data, and they will still be able to damage you with it.
Here are 15 methods that Google can and will use to collect your personal information: Read more…
The idea that Google probably knows more than your therapist and lawyer is scary, isn’t it? Google, the world’s most popular search engine knows you inside out thanks to your search history. It keeps a track of all your online activities through various hidden tools and it’s really not that difficult for Google to spy on its users since most people use Google products like Chrome, Gmail, and YouTube.
Our online searches are often personal and we do not want the outside world to know about them. Discretion in this case is totally justified since every individual has a right to privacy. Moreover if others have access to your web search history it is quite easy for you to fall in the ‘getting hacked’ club since the anonymous hackers will have all the necessary information from your chrome history like your likes, dislikes and thus gain a general idea about your personality. Read more…
October 23rd, 2015
by Quertime Writer in Web Browsers
Amongst the war of the internet browsers, the only survivor that has come a long way and is the undisputed king of web browsing is none other than the baby of Google, called Google Chrome. Chrome started to represent its case as the most efficient internet browsing software somewhere around 2009-2010 where Internet Explorer along with the likes of Mozilla was still going strong. Eventually Mozilla Firefox created its own niche market and the rising superstar then kicked out Internet Explorer for good.
Now the maximum value that the Internet Explorer has in an average computer user’s life is its icon present on the desktop by default. This is the irony, but also a reality which clearly shows the importance of keeping up with the changing trends in technology and giving into the demands of the consumers and there is no one other than Google who could be better at this when it comes to technology. Therefore, all the talk of the town when it comes to internet browsing only belongs to Google and Google Chrome. Read more…
Google is the world’s biggest and arguably one of the best servers in the world. The founder’s mission in 1995 was to develop a page ranking system based on the rules of academic citation. The founders of Google created this search algorithm with an idea of ranking pages based on how often any other pages cite. This is the very basic premise of Google that few of us can do without.
Here are 28 magical things Google search engine can do: Read more…
July 2nd, 2018
by Quertime Writer in Info & News
The destiny and fortunes as well as all the cards to change the future for our generations and us lie nowhere but within our own bare hands. The world and its innovations, including the human talent has given so much empowerment to individuals, that we can change and shape our future the way we want it to. Technology and technological advancements or breakthroughs completed by individuals only are the ways which have carved out a line of direction for all of us to follow and continue to build upon a more advanced future for ourselves.
There are firms and companies that have dedicated so much of their blood in terms of human power and funding to source groundbreaking research and technological projects, which has up till now completely changed the way we operate on our daily lives. Read more…
Every webmaster sets up the website or update website content with an only objective to make their business noticed by the online searchers. But this can only be possible, if the website content has good ranking in the search engine result page. Today, there are various search engines (such as, Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) accessed by the online users and Google is the giant search engine with billions of users from all around the world. According to the survey, 90% of the webmasters prefer their content to be visible with good ranking at Google search engine. It shows that this giant search engine is imperative for every business, who wants to establish their company in the digital world.
Google search engine algorithm has been programmed to bring relevant content to the online searcher according to the query. It is not easy for any webmaster to develop the website content that can perform well on this search engine. Therefore, this blog brings to table some imperative tips from the industrial leaders. But before that, it is imperative to understand how Google search works. Read more…
June 24th, 2015
by Quertime Writer in Web Tools
Google Drive is a collection of amazing editing tools provided by Google which serves as a free replacement to office softwares and more oriented towards collaborative editing in a cloud based workspace. As more and more students and professionals are switching to Google Drive, we have assimilated a list of 35 awesome tips everyone must know for a better Google Drive experience.
Who could possibly not want a life so simple that they can do anything they want as easy as saying 1-2-3? In a world that is advancing in terms of technology so rapidly, thanks to a few multinational companies we actually are becoming insanely spoilt with the countless luxuries that help us get what we want when we want it.
Coming to the world of technology, most of the Android users must be aware of, an update to the latest addition, called Read more…
July 2nd, 2018
by Quertime Writer in Web Tools
Online users now get to easily search for specific places like hotels, restaurants, venues, etc. as many websites now have map support. Among content management system platforms, there are now various geolocation-based themes available. But before you can have this in your site, you need to use tools like the Google Map Builder. To have this feature, they make use of Google Map. This is considered to be a highly powerful map services on the web today.
Using the default sign might appear dull. But if you want to complement the look and appearance of your maps with your site, you have to customize these maps. If you want to customize maps, you can follow these easy to do tips using Google Map Builder. Read more…
Thanks to more than 10 years of dishing out penalties, Google has almost caught every manipulative SEO trick in the book. SEO professionals, however, have become so cautious of stirring Google’s wrath that they have forgotten just how much wiggle-room on-page SEO still offers.
This isn’t the article telling you to optimize titles, pick your keywords and work on your alt tags. In the following paragraphs, we provide a list of challenges with on-page SEO and possible solutions to improve your ranking significantly, but legitimately. Read more…
Search engine optimization, SEO, is still highly important to the success of a website and business, yet many individuals and companies are lacking in their SEO skills. Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to make some changes that will help to propel a website into the spotlight and provide some additional success.
Let’s examine five simple techniques, tips, and ideas that you can implement today, which will make a huge difference in your site’s success. Read more…
In the past few years, Google has made a number of meaningful changes to its search algorithms in order to supply people with better content. Though older search engines focused on keyword optimization and the volume of content a site was producing, Google’s new algorithms prioritize user-friendly websites that create their own original content and publish lengthy, well-researched articles.
November 20th, 2014
by Jules, Quertime Editorial in Humor
The first rule of using Internet is ‘don’t believe everything you read on Internet’. This is especially true when you stumble upon some odd news on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. These days, more and more people are getting news through their social networks and blogs. But it’s always good to verify the authenticity of the content and consider the source before sharing any news with your friends.
In today’s post, we would like to share with you some famous fake technology stories that have gone viral on the web in the form of online news and ads. These hoaxes are intentionally crafted by some notorious pranksters, making it looked so real and difficult to tell truth from fiction. We hope you’re not a victim of these pranks. Read more…