Skype For iPad Review

Skype For iPad Review

It definitely seemed a little odd that Skype didn’t have a dedicated app for the iPad. Sure, the iPhone app worked, but it definitely wasn’t making good use of everything the iPad has to offer. It just seemed odd, as suddenly Skyping has become so big, it’s now considered a verb. Calling people through an […]

5 Android Video Players To Watch That Obscure Video

5 Android Video Players To Watch That Obscure Video

Android’s default video player is an efficient, but spartan app. It is simple to use, but it only plays a limited number of formats. Hence, most users will want to download a third-party app that fills in the gaps and plays those videos that the stock video app cannot handle. Additionally, third-party apps will also […]

4 Essential Google Helper Apps For Website Owners

4 Essential Google Helper Apps For Website Owners

When you have a website of any kind, there are certain things you will need to do and know. Part of what is good to know is what tools are available. As you can imagine, Google has been working on some great new apps for helping you to do everything for free. There are many […]

Cog: A Great iTunes Alternative For Mac OS X

Cog: A Great iTunes Alternative For Mac OS X

After iTunes erroneously deleted my music collection a few years ago, I started looking for alternatives. Being a part-time Windows user, I had grown to love the simplicity of Winamp, with its file and folder based music management. Unfortunately there was no port available on OSX. Thankfully, I stumbled across a little open source project […]

TODOFeed: Create Plans and Sub-tasks to Share with Friends Online

TODOFeed: Create Plans and Sub-tasks to Share with Friends Online

Often, when group plans, such as outings and parties, are made, participants complain about the tasks they are assigned. Because normally tasks are assigned without consent, people‚Äôs tasks usually do not match their best abilities. For instance while arranging a get-together between friends, you would ask a friend to bring the food while he would […]

Manage Your Passwords Online with Passpack

Manage Your Passwords Online with Passpack

If you’re like most people, then you probably have more than a couple of passwords. A lot more. Passwords for email services, entertainment sites, web services, and things like that. The problem with passwords is that they can be hard to remember. Or, at least, it’s hard to keep track of which password you use […]

How to Add Social Tracking For Google Analytics In Your Site

How to Add Social Tracking For Google Analytics In Your Site

For all of you who have implemented the social sharing buttons on your blog/website, don’t you wish that you can track the traffic generated from the clicks of these buttons? You can’t do that in the past, but with the new social tracking feature in Google Analytics, you can do it now. By adding a […]

4 of the Best Economy Games for Linux

4 of the Best Economy Games for Linux

If you’re anything like me, sometimes you just crave a particular kind of game. Maybe it’s an FPS, maybe a puzzle game, maybe a new Real Time Strategy. Lately for me, it’s been games of economy. SimCity and Tycoon type games – where you build up your business/city to greatness through clever monetary strategy. As […]