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Google Engineers Seek Help From gPad to Answer Questions About Work-Life Balance [VIDEO]

The lifeatgoogle YouTube channel uploaded a new video in which two Google engineers answer some questions about work-life balance at Google. Fitz and Ben from Google Chicago answered the question in a witty and interesting manner. To view the questions, they took help from their gPad. Whoa! A gPad? Nothing to get excited about. It was just another joke from these humorous Google guys and a response to Apple’s iPad.

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App of the Week – Reeder [AppSpark]

Reeder is a RSS Reading application available on the App Store for $4.99. It is beautifully designed, highly customizable and makes feed reading fun. Reeder imports all your starred items, shared items and your subscribed content from your Google Reader Account and displays them in a gorgeous manner. It automatically creates a cache of your feeds for better offline reading and syncs all your data with your Google Reader Account.

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Adjust Browser Screen Brightness With Night Browser For iPad

Apple did a great job by putting in a physical accelerometer lock in the iPad. There’s even a volume controller button on the iPad which makes it super easy to control the volume of the iPad. What’s missing is a brightness controller button. It has got an inbuilt automatic brightness adjuster which is just fine. Every time you got to change the brightness level, you need to come out of your App, go to Settings and adjust the brightness.

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Mozilla Minefield One on One With Google Chrome

Mozilla recently made nightly builds of Firefox 4 available for download codenamed Minefield. It is currently on version 4.0b2pre and is blazingly fast. At the Mozilla blog, the team even gave a reason as to why tabs are on top in Firefox 4. They said that every modern browser including Google Chrome and Opera have tabs on top and why tabs on top is not just an improvement in the design but also how it helps in making the browser more faster.

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Chrome FastBall For Chrome and Flash Users

Google has updated Google Chrome to 5.0.375.86 and now it comes with Adobe Flash. The integrated flash player has been enabled by default and five security issues have been resolved. The shipment of the plug-in with the browser would help users stay up to date with the plug-in and also protect their computers against viruses and worms which the plug-in often faces.

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