5 Awesome Ways to Use Shortcuts With NirCmd [Windows]

5 Awesome Ways to Use Shortcuts With NirCmd [Windows]

We had a discussion recently about how to set a shortcut to turn off your monitor, and I just had a look at NirCmd and noticed that you can do many other cool things using shortcuts in combination with this application that would blow your mind! So, MTE is proud to present a thrilling sequel […]

What You Need To Know About The New Apple’s iPad

What You Need To Know About The New Apple’s iPad

Apple announced the newest generation of the iPad on March 7th. This generation is known simply as iPad, not iPad 3 or iPad HD as many have expected. As usual, right after the announcement, the iPad immediately went out of stock as thousands of Apple fans rushed to pre-order the device. However, is this newest […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Beta Review

Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Beta Review

Every six months, we will do a review of the latest version of Ubuntu and see what features/improvement Canonical has added to the popular distro. The next version of Ubuntu – 12.04, Precise Pangolin is now available in beta and this is particularly important since it is the next Long Term Support (LTS) version. As […]

8 iOS Applications to Help You During SXSW

8 iOS Applications to Help You During SXSW

South By Southwest (SXSW) begins March 9th and lasts for much of the week until the 13th of March. SXSW isn’t one conference or event, but a group of events in Austin, TX for the duration of the time. Today, we will take a look at some essential applications you should pack into your iPhone […]

Understanding Airplane Mode on Electronic Devices [Geek Explains]

Understanding Airplane Mode on Electronic Devices [Geek Explains]

To follow with technology, the industry created something called “Airplane Mode” that’s used when you’re onboard a flight, obviously. However, have you ever wondered what exactly does it mean? How can you have your phone in that safe mode, yet also get WiFi onboard a flight? As soon as everyone started carrying electronic devices, whether […]

Tails : a Linux Distribution For Protecting Your Privacy

Tails : a Linux Distribution For Protecting Your Privacy

If you are an Apple fan, you probably know that there is an app for everything. If you are more of a Linux fan, you know that there is a distribution for (almost) everything. Anyways, if you are concerned about your privacy on the Internet or about encryption, Tails is the Linux distro for you. […]

Give Your Android Phone A Mac-Like Dock

Give Your Android Phone A Mac-Like Dock

Android phones are growing with leaps and bounds. There are a lot of ex-Apple users who have switched to Android devices. In my opinion, people use Android phones because they can customize them more than iOS and Blackberry devices. One way a desktop Apple fan could make their Android feel more comfortable is adding a […]

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 5

Ask a Windows Expert – Week 5

It’s that time again and boy did we get a lot of questions! The Windows operating system is always a source of some of the most troubling questions mankind has ever had to ask, but we’re not fretting. Every question here is looked over by Windows experts and answered with dedication. To participate in Ask […]