Google buys Picnik, now competes with Adobe’s PhotoShop.com

Yet one more area Google steps in. This time it is on-line image editing. Google announced today that it has bought Picnik, a web based image editing website. The company did not disclose the acquisition terms. Picasa, Google’s flagship image sharing web application is limited when it comes to direct image manipulation and editing. Picnik resolves it, and enhances the company’s chance to compete head-on with Adobe’s PhotoShop.com.


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An iSandwich? Watch how to make one!

iPhone lets you to be creative in innumerable ways. There were table, clips, magnets, cufflinks and what not that had to look like an iPhone! Well the yummy versions can’t be left aside with many adorable versions of iPhone cakes and cupcakes made by avid iPhone fans. Now here’s an iSandwich 4G which you should see how to make!


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IBM planning major layoffs in the next few days

The Big Blue a.k.a. IBM is planning a major lay-off in a day or two. A huge amount of jobs are moving to the company’s offshore centers in India and China. As per the post from Alliance@IBM, it is expected that at least 40-50% positions in the U.S. will be “RA’d”, an abbreviation of the popular IBM terminology “Resource Action”, which in layman’s terms is “getting fired”.


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