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Interview with Amit Sharma – CEO of Vouchersmate.com


E-commerce is the next big thing in India, and more and more start-ups are looking to utilise the space to do business, expanding the scope of the market to unimaginable extents. Vouchersmate has tapped the greetings and gifts market, with its new online e-commerce portal. We caught up with the CEO of Vouchersmate, Amit Sharma,…

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By Zenobia on January 2nd
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How To Switch Between GPUs In Ubuntu 10.10


How To Switch Between GPUs In Ubuntu 10.10

Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat will have Linux 2.6.35. So, hot switching GPU using vga_switcheroo works in Maverick. However, it doe not include any GUI tools to do this. So to easily switch between GPU, you need to install the latest version of Ubuntu Control Center. Ubuntu Control Center is a pretty awesome application.

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By Ricky on October 9th
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Cardly – Your online business card


Cardly – Your online business card

Card.Ly is a online web service that doubles up as your online portfolio showcase and a mini-business card. Using Card.ly you can build up your online social portfolio in no time. Card.ly comes from the creators of Tinychat. Using Card.ly is very simple.

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By Debjit on July 22nd
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How-To add multiple IP addresses on your network card in Linux?


How-To add multiple IP addresses on your network card in Linux?

As Network technology advances and we have newer forms of connection methods coming up everyday, the need for a workstation to participate in or connect to more than one network is becoming more and more common. For example, a computer can access internet from two different computers say from one having an IP 192.168.*.* and…

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By Debjit on February 26th
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How-To add multiple IP addresses on your network card in Windows XP?


How-To add multiple IP addresses on your network card in Windows XP?

As Network technology advances and we have newer forms of connection methods coming up everyday, the need for a workstation to participate in or connect to more than one network is becoming more and more common. For example, a computer can access internet from two different computers say from one having an IP 192.168.*.* and…

 How-To   Networks   Tips & Tricks   Windows  

By Debjit on February 26th
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