Every device seems to have a set of cryptic symbols on them. In this piece, you will learn about the hieroglyphs on the device and what they mean.
In Linux, there are various tools for monitoring system resources, and one that stands out from the crowd is collectl, primarily because of its capabilities. Let check it out.
One of the most exciting changes in Android 5.0 is the introduction of what Google calls “Material Design,” What do they actually mean? Let check it out.
It’s the holiday season, meaning it’s time to write up your wish list. What tech gifts are on your holiday wish list this year?
If you’re ready to spend your hard earned money on the biggest and busiest shopping day of the year (aka Black Friday), check out these four gadget deals.
For those who seek ways to communicate without leaving a trace, Confide is a Snapchat-style text messaging app that deletes your message after read.
For Android, there are several apps that can enable the DLNA streaming function and enhance the streaming experience. Let check them out.
Google introduced a “User Manager” feature which is capable of locking the Chrome browser at request. Here’s how you can password protect Chrome browser.
The Name Your Own Price (NYOP) Mac bundle is back again. This time round, there is a total of 9 apps for grab, including the popular text expander app – Typinator.
IRC, even though is old, still plays a major role in Linux. There are many, many clients out there and here are 5 really great IRC clients you should check out.