Launched Google Voice – Free calls and more


If you’ve had a GrandCentral account for a while and enjoyed giving out one phone number that would ring all your phones-even your cell phone-but feared the service would be left to die by its Google overlords: cast aside your fears. Sometime today, your GrandCentral account should morph into Google Voice


New features abound. Foremost among them will be the ability to make calls out through Google Voices. It’s free to U.S. numbers and will save you a bundle on international calls in particular. The pricing will be similar to that of Skype Out, such as $0.02 per minute to call France or China. It can also handle conference calls. The old GrandCentral was strictly for calls in to you, so this could go a long way to making it easier for your friends and family to always call you back through your Google Voice number.

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Gmail now has Themes


Maybe is not the first but the themes are very nice. I just notice that the Gmail front page has change and inside to your inbox is the possibility to change Gmail theme. Going to Settings and clicking over Themes tab you will find 31 different themes.

Gmail theme options

Here are the available themes. For more information you can visit what’s new by Google.

What is more popular in Google? Firefox vs Chrome!


WebSource is a tool that allows you to compare the results in Google given two search terms. On the screenshot above I tested Firefox VS Chrome and the winner is Firefox of course. With only one months Chrome is very popular but you know, is Google soon. So WebSource has a simple interface and by typing two terms you can find witch is more popular in Google search results. And if you want to compare more than two terms just type tab from your keyboard and other fields will come out.


Download Chrome – Web Browser made in Google


Google Chrome now is available for download. Google Chrome is a brand-new browser from the search-engine giant. The software is built on the same Webkit rendering engine as Apple’s Safari browser, but Google has taken its own path with Chrome, opting for a stripped-down look that doesn’t interfere with browsing and adds several unique features such as draggable downloads, a private-browsing mode, and a new JavaScript engine built from the ground up.