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Free OCR - Extract Text from Images

Hi Dudes We have seen the art of making Images using just ASCII characters: ASCII Art. Here I come up with a fantastic website that lets you to extract text from almost any images that contain some text. This will be useful to you in most of the situations where you should get or extract the text contents on images, photos or banners. Optical Character Recognition If you think of the concept of extracting text from an image, it would be some form of recognizing letters on the image using optical pattern reading. That is what called Optical Character Recognition (OCR). Certainly there should be a need of a device or machine that recognize the text. Okay! Now forget about whatever you thought of extracting text from images. There is an easy online solution to work for you. Free OCR This is a website with a free service of extracting text from your images. Whatever the image is, if it has something to read, this site will catch them for you. This is a free service offered, no need to r

Top 5 Instant Messengers (IM) for Mobile Phones

Hello There You should have visited my previous post about java applications at Top Three Java Browsers for Mobiles . Today I would like tell you about All-in-One Instant Messengers for Java enabled mobile phones. Mobile Messengers are most popular among us now-a-days, because everyone wants to be connected online with friends on-the-go. So choosing a mobile messenger depends on the exciting features of the applications. There are thousands of such Java applications for mobiles available today. I would bring you an analytic view of some of the applications based on its features. Read more about this. All-in-One Instant Messengers We have free accounts with many social networking sites like Orkut, Facebook, LinkedIn, Tagged, Twitter, and free web mail accounts like GMail, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, etc. The term 'All-in-One' refers to a feature of an instant messenger that lets us to connect to most of these social platforms as well as web mail accounts, so that we can chat

How to Make Conference Call in Google Talk

Hello Visitors Today I come up with an excellent trick that everyone will like. I believe that this is going to be a wonderful way, you will enjoy surfing into my blog. I would explain this trick in details with complete demonstrative screenshots taken from my computer. The trick is making conference calls using Google Talk or Gtalk, Google's Gmail chat client or application. I know that everyone will have your Free Google Account. If you don't have Google Talk installed on your computer, please download and install it now from here. I don't think you can enjoy your chatting without a GTalk chat client. Read the complete post to implement this trick even on your Google Talk application. Call Conferencing Call conferencing is an important feature, not only on mobile phones, but also in online chat applications. Using this feature, you can call many friends or family members in a single voice chat. You make it connected with multiple persons. Unfortunately Google which prov

How to Open Multiple Google Talk Windows

Hello Visitors I would like to bring you a trick over Gtalk or Google Talk, a most wanted chat client for Gmail account holders. Have you ever thought of pinging your friends from two IMs, but of same account? Have you ever thought of pinging your friends from different accounts, but from your one and only computer? This post will be helpful to do all these tricks. I make this post most illustrative by adding the snap-shots taken from my system. Continue your reading for learning the trick. How to open two GTalk Windows from same Computer Assuming that GTalk (Google Talk) is installed on your computer and you are working with it logging to your gmail account. If you try to open one more GTalk window, it won't open with the default settings. But if you slightly change the settings of the way how GTalk starts, you can open multiple GTalk windows. I suggest you two ways of doing this trick: Modifying the existing Google Talk shortcut Creating new Google Talk shortcut Modifying t

Unzip Zip and Rar files online - WobZip

Hello Dudes I would like to share one of my favorite websites with you. Have you ever failed to unzip your zip files because of the required WinZip, WinRAR or 7Zip software is not installed on your system? Don't feel, here is a online solution for that. Yes, we can now unzip our archive files like Zip, 7z or Rar files even online using this website: . More About WobZip.Org WobZip.Org is an initiative worldwide to avail online decompress or unzip service. Though this service is available with little options and constraints, it is very much useful in case you don't have software like WinZip, WinRAR or 7zip installed on your computer. We can even unzip or decompress password protected archive files. This is the most wanted feature online. Look into the screen-shot attached for more details. About This Post This post must be useful for the following searches also: Decompress archives/ zip files online Online WinZip/WinRAR/7Zip Unzip files online Thanks for spendi

Google Free Services 2 - Google Reader

Hi There I am very much satisfied with many Google services which are available on the web. I have already explained about Google Bookmark and Google Web History in my previous posts. In this post, I would explain about world's most wanted online service RSS Reader. Google offers this service as free for all regions. Continue reading for further details. What is RSS Reader? RSS is the abbreviation for 'Really Simple Syndication' . It is a real feed from your website or blog  that indicates the site contents and features like author, submitted date, tags and comments posted. Hence RSS is sometimes called as 'Read Site Sources' . RSS Reader is a kind of application or service that is able to read the site contents from the publishers' websites or blogs using the RSS feeds. It just links to the real site source by displaying full or part of the post or changes made on the site. Google Reader Google Reader is a free RSS reader from Google, available as a web serv

Top Three Browsers for Java Enabled Mobile Phones

Hello All Are you crazy about your mobile? Always interested to make your mobile interesting and much useful? I am such a person. I am always attempting to get most out of my mobile. I have already told about my present widgets. I am using mobiles for the past 7 years. I would like to bring you my experience over mobile searches. In the next few posts, I would explain you in details about the available mobiles, platforms, features, application support and troubleshooting, while this post is specific to Java Handsets. About Java Mobiles Java 2 Mobile Edition (J2ME) is the platform installed on most of the mobiles available today. J2ME is the customized Java environment for mobile devices with minimized features of regular Java. As Sun Microsystems Inc., tags "Java is Everywhere; even in your TV remote", Java is supported even in small embedded devices like TV remote with this J2ME platform. There are different profiles and configurations of J2ME as the advancement in mobile

Cool Funny Pictures and Photos

Hi Surfers Find below some of the cool funny pictures that I found over internet. Indian Flag made of Food Crazy Frog's Smile Cycle sink into a Tree Tree or Chair

Happy Tamil New Year Wishes

Hi All I wish you all very happy Tamil New Year cum Chithirai Thirunaal ! May this new year bring you happy and joy forever!! We, in Chennai, celebrated this New Year in our room. See the photos attached below: Read more about Tamil New Year here.

Tips and Tricks: ASCII Art Generator

Hello Dudes Have you come across a situation where you can not read some text as required font is not installed on your system? What will be the solution in such case to read your text? Above are the questions asked by a lecturer in my college days. He explained further about this with a solution: Save your text as an image by taking screen-shots. It sounds great, right? Now I would tell you a trick on viewing your images using notepad. Do you think how it is possible? It is really possible with the help of ASCII Art Generator. Continue reading for further details. What is ASCII? The American Standard Code for Information Interchange (acronym: ASCII; pronounced /ˈæski/, ASS-kee) is a character-encoding scheme based on the ordering of the English alphabet. ASCII codes represent text in computers, communications equipment, and other devices that use text. Most modern character-encoding schemes are based on ASCII, though they support many more characters than did ASCII. The 95 printa