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Over 271 Google Products & Services You Probably Don’t Know

First Published: July 24, 2009; Last Updated: Thursday, March 4, 2021.

Google may be a synonym for search, but it’s not restricted to that feature alone. If you are not a tech-savvy person then chances are that you are unaware about majority of Google’s products and services.

Anyway, how many Google products and services do you use? The common answers will be Gmail, Google Drive, Google Maps, Google Chrome, YouTube, or an Android. But Google is well beyond that.

Over 3 billion Google Searches per day. Over 1 billion YouTube users. Over 1 billion Gmail users. Over 1 billion Chrome users. Over 1 billion Maps users. Over 1 billion Google Photos users. Over 2 billion Android users. Over 1 billion Google Play Store users. Over $1 trillion market capitalization. That’s the stats of Google.

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Over 91 Amazon Products & Services You Probably Don’t Know

All Things Amazon

First Published: September 26, 2016; Last Updated: Friday, February 19, 2021.

Amazon ($AMZN) is the largest retailer on the web. I'm not an Amazon fanatic but I like to shop online (or on Amazon). And I believe Amazon will become a lot more bigger than what it is today. For me Amazon was all about online shopping and shopping only until a few years go, and then I came to know about its dominance in the cloud computing space. That's how I became curious and made a plan to list all its products and services and app (or this very blog post). So today, I’m listing all the products and services and apps by Amazon. And I will be updating this article as they launch more products and services.

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The 100+ Most Useful Websites For (Almost) Anyone And Everyone

Google search, Bing search, or Yahoo search. But have you ever tried the DuckDuckGo search? It's a search engine that doesn't track you and has everything (like suggestions, image search, video search, etc.) you expect from a search engine. There's a very good chance that we end up using only the most popular websites on the web because they are just everywhere. However, it doesn't really mean that they're the best websites on the Internet. Needless to say, "popular" isn't necessarily the best. And that's how I decided to come up with a list of extremely useful (and probably less-known) websites on the web.

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The Fantastic Hundred Websites

The Fantastic Hundred Websites
The Fantastic Hundred Websites — For Anyone & Everyone
Whether you're a student, a professional, or a homemaker, I have hand-picked one hundred most useful websites for you --- to get things done, or to spend time with, or to find something interesting. And no, it doesn't include the Facebooks and Amazons of the world.

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3 Best Of The Best Free Remote Desktop Access Software

There was a time when I (and probably you) struggled with Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop software on a Windows PC to remotely access someone else's computer. It was a terrible experience and never worked for me as it involved quite a few network settings and protocols --- which I still don't understand much. And there were few free and premium remote desktop connection managers like LogMeIn, GoToMyPC, etc. at that time. But I was least interested in trying those remote desktop connection managers as it was of no use to me. Then, with the advent of the smartphone era, I tried remote desktop apps for mobile like Splashtop, PocketCloud, LogMeIn, Join.me, and TeamViewer, etc. and almost all of them failed to impress me. It was simply not the kind of productivity apps that I wanted or even care about. My impression completely changed when Microsoft and Google introduced their own Remote Desktop apps for web and mobile a few years back. The good thing is... both works perfect and is free without any restriction. So here is a quick review (plus comparison) of the 3 (and only 3) best remote desktop access software that are free.

1. Chrome Remote Desktop

Chrome Remote Desktop is a Google Chrome app that lets you access all your computer(s) from another computer or from your mobile device(s). It can be used for a variety of purposes like to access your own computer from a remote location or to provide (or get) remote support or to securely access your files or software applications on your computer from a mobile device, and so on. What I really like about Chrome Remote Desktop is that it's linked to your Google account. So there's no such thing as an extra user id or special codes to access your computer from another device of yours. And the installation and setup is pretty simple. All you need to do is install the Chrome Remote Desktop app on all your devices (computers, tablets, mobiles) and you're good to go.

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