Quick Tip: Adding Unread Count to GMail Favicon

Quick Tip: Adding Unread Count to GMail Favicon

The ability to “pin” tabs has been showing up in more web browsers these days, and it’s often a handy way to keep your ever-present favorite sites from taking up all the space in your tab bar. What’s often missing however is the information that is sometimes displayed in the title, such as GMail’s unread […]

Platform: A Drag-And-Drop Customizable WordPress Theme

Platform: A Drag-And-Drop Customizable WordPress Theme

According to the latest statistical data from Royal Pingdom, there are approximately 152 million blogs exist today. To put that number into context, there are more blogs out there than the whole Japanese citizen in the world. If you want to stand out among this kind of crowds, you need to work really hard – […]

3 Ways to Install Applications On Android Without The Market

3 Ways to Install Applications On Android Without The Market

Installing apps on Android is relatively straightforward with the Android Market. You search for an app, select it and click install. However, there are often times when you may want to install a newly released app or an app that is not available in the Android Market. In these cases you will usually have to […]

Mastering The Mac App Store, And Its Alternatives

Mastering The Mac App Store, And Its Alternatives

Along with Mac OS X 10.6.6 update, Apple released the Mac version of App Store. The concept of finding, downloading, and updating applications from one place has been proven to be very successful with mobile applications, so Apple wanted to try this also on desktop apps. Despite the controversy, Mac App is also a huge […]

Daily Tech Deals (27th Jan 2011)

Daily Tech Deals (27th Jan 2011)

Are you looking to buy your next tech toys, computers, laptops, accessories or any other tech stuffs? Are you spending all your time and efforts comparing different sites just to find out the best deal in town? Look no further, we have scoured the web to locate the best tech deals for you. Computers & […]

How to Supercharge Your Shell with Bashish [Linux]

How to Supercharge Your Shell with Bashish [Linux]

If you’re a Linux (or even Mac) user, and you’ve never toyed with your shell prompt, you might not realize just how useful a good prompt can be. Sure, it can show your user and host names, and perhaps the current directory, but a really good prompt can do a whole lot more. Those who […]

Minimalist Gmail Strips Your Gmail To Bare Minimum And More

Minimalist Gmail Strips Your Gmail To Bare Minimum And More

Love the functionality of Gmail, but hate the clutter? Wished you can customize the look and feel of your Gmail interface without having to dabble with the code? If yes, you got to try out Minimalist Gmail extension. Minimalist Gmail is a Google Chrome extension that gives you the power to strip your Gmail to […]

How to Encode WebM Videos for YouTube in Linux

How to Encode WebM Videos for YouTube in Linux

WebM is the new open video file format that Google created for HTML5 video. It is a combination of the VP8 video codec and Ogg Vorbis audio codec, wrapped in a Matroska container. It is free and open source, giving anyone the ability to encode videos without restrictions, and play them in supported browsers (Mozilla […]

Use Your Webcam With Multiple Programs Simultaneously

Use Your Webcam With Multiple Programs Simultaneously

Do you love to video chat with friends? Do you spend a good amount of time chatting with random strangers at omegle.com, Skype or other free internet chat rooms that support video chatting ? If yes, then ManyCam is a brilliant webcam application which you will love using. ManyCam lets you use your webcam with […]