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How to Check the Bootrom Version of your iPhone 3GS?

How to Check the Bootrom Version of your iPhone 3GS?

This is a guest post by Harold Hisona Apple iPhone has become a necessity in the modern world not just because it has sleek design but because it can be used in so many ways. Its efficiency is equaled by its functionality that it became an “almost” perfect little computer. About two weeks ago, Apple […]

How to Create a Survey Form With Google Docs And Embed It to Your Site

How to Create a Survey Form With Google Docs And Embed It to Your Site

If you are a webmaster, there will be times when you need to conduct a survey to gather feedbacks from your reader. While there are plenty of online services that allow you to create nice and beautiful survey forms, most of them require you to pay a subscription fee. Unknown to many, you can actually […]

Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate + Free Giveaway

Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate + Free Giveaway

Update: This contest has ended. How I wish that there is only one unified video format in the whole world and all the media players support that particular format. In reality, this is not the case. With so many mobile devices out there each supporting different audio/video format, it can be a great hassle finding […]

Sync Your Desktop Browser to Your Android Phone

Sync Your Desktop Browser to Your Android Phone

Let’s say you are doing research on your desktop browser and you need to leave your computer to run some errand. Wouldn’t it be great if you can sync what you are reading to your mobile phone so that you can continue your research on the move? If you are using an Android phone (running […]

Snippet: Make Windows Live Messenger Minimize to Status Bar

Snippet: Make Windows Live Messenger Minimize to Status Bar

If you are using Windows 7 and the Windows Live Essential software, you will notice that your Windows Live Messenger (and Mail) does not minimize to the status bar. Instead it will show a highlighted icon on the task bar, which I find it rather annoying and disruptive. Here’s a quick way to take it […]

Snippet: Recover the Icons For the Ubuntu System Menu

Snippet: Recover the Icons For the Ubuntu System Menu

I give you a minute and you tell me what is missing from the Ubuntu menu bar. Time up! Still can’t find the fault? If you have been a detailed person, you will notice that the all the icons are missing from the System menu. Look for the screenshot below for illustration. This is not […]

Want Your Privacy Back? Install and Run Tor in Ubuntu

Want Your Privacy Back? Install and Run Tor in Ubuntu

Have you ever felt that you are being watched in whatever you do online? Websites seem to know who you are and can greet you with your name when you visit them. Google always seems to know what you are searching, even before you started the search. Getting scared? Perhaps it’s time to turn your […]

Using Google Public DNS to Speed Up Your Internet Connection

Using Google Public DNS to Speed Up Your Internet Connection

DNS (Domain Name System) is the online service that maps a web url to an IP address. Whenever you surf the web, your ISP will perform a DNS lookup to translate the URL to its IP address before it can render the pages. As web pages become more complex, the number of DNS lookup increase […]