We often feel that the Gmail for Android app is not as good as the desktop Gmail, but if you dig deep enough, you will find plenty of hidden features that can make it as good as the desktop version. And here are 3 hidden features of Gmail for Android that you ought to know.
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There are plenty of ways that you can integrate Google Calendar in Ubuntu, but this is the easiest that I have come across so far. Here is how you can add events to google Calendar from the system tray.
You may know that you need to set a file permissions of “777” to make it writeable, but do know the meaning of “777” and where it comes from? Read on to find out about the file permissions of Unix system and the origin of “777”.
If you think the app locker for Android can help to secure your phone, check out these exploits first before making your conclusion.
Ubuntu used to be the best distro for new Linux distro, but it seems that Linux Mint has taken over that role. Here’s why.
Mozilla has come out with their own version of mobile OS, also known as Firefox OS. Here is how you can run Firefox OS in your browser.
If you are not able to install guest additions in Ubuntu 12.10 guest in Virtualbox, here’s the fix.
If you want to test out ChromeOS before you decide if you want to get the Chromebook, here is how you can test ChromeOS in Ubuntu.
Adjusting the screen brightness in Ubuntu is easy, but to fully customize is not. Let’s see how you can easily configure the screen brightness in Ubuntu.
Firefox 17 comes with a new Social API feature that can integrate your Facebook into the browser sidebar. Here is how you can activate the feature and integate Facebook messenger to Firefox.
“Hybrid Suspend” in Ubuntu allows you to first suspend your computer and if it is not restored after a while, will go into hibernation by itself. This is an effective way to save battery power and electricity bills. Here is how you can enable Hybrid suspend in Ubuntu
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The custom field dropdown list in WordPress only show up to 30 values. If you need it to show more than 30 custom fields in the list, here is the fix.
Tenorshare Data Recovery Pro is a great software for restoring deleted files, regardless a Windows, Mac or Linux filesystem. Read on for the review and giveaway detail.
If you have heard of Linux Mint, you will be pleased to know that the latest release (Linux Mint 14) comes with a new login manager – MDM Display Manager, that is both beautiful and customizable. Here is how you can get it on your Ubuntu.
The developer options is not available in Android 4.2. Here is how you can reactivate it with a simple step.
The iMag iPhone stand comes with two suction cups attached to the end of the horseshoe so you can adhere to your phone/tablet/lapto to create a cord-taming station or as a phone stand. Read on for the product and the giveawaway details.
iTunes is the necessity for any iOS device. If you want to export your files in your iOS device to your desktop without going through iTunes, iStonsoft iPod to Computer Transfer is the one for you. Read on for the review and the giveaway detail.
SecretLayer is a software that utilizes the Steganography concept and hide your confidential files/messages in an image so no one, apart from you and the intended recipent, know the existence of the message. Read more for the review and giveaway detail.
The powerful 1AVCenter is a audio video center for Windows that allows you to record, broadcast, and make remote surveillance of any source of video and audio of your PC. This is the first of our MTE birthday giveaway. Read on for more detail.