Google is going to charge

Google will take a fee $20 per year from those who want additional storage in its Gmail and Picasa applications.

As of now, Google offers free storage space of 2.8 GB for Gmail and 1 GB for Picasa. By paying $ 20, users can have extra 6 GB storage.

Yahoo, on the other hand, offers unlimited storage in its mail service. Microsoft has also refurbished its Windows Sky drive application and now offers 500 GB storage for free.You can put your files there and access them from anywhere in the world. All you need is a Hotmail ID.

Internet is not kid stuff

A survey by security firm Symantec has confirmed the worst fears of parents.

It warns that most teens and kids who browse the Internet are doing dangerous things online.

While most parents thought that kids were online only about three hours a week, in reality, they were online for more than seven hours. And more than 25 per cent of them confessed that they were doing things that would make their parents shudder.

The survey revealed that 88 per cent of parents were wary of their children's activities online but did not know what to do about it.

Over 21 per cent of the teens revealed that they had uncomfortable experiences online and 18 per cent had been subjected to cyber bullying. About 23 per cent of them said they had revealed their details to strangers on the Internet.

The open source browser, Firefox, which can be freely downloaded, now has a child-friendly extension called Glubble :


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