If you want a batch image processor that can do all kinds of things, then ImBatch is a must-have tool due to its powerful features and ease of use.
Most smartphones nowaday come with a kill-switch. Are kill switches really a good idea for the purposes they serve? Let’s look into the details.
While the Internet of Things might seem like it will help a lot of people, security is a big issue that needs to be carefully assessed and looked into.
Outside of Gnome Shell, client-side decorations on windows can be quite annoying. Luckily, someone has created some software to bypass these decorations.
Who says you can’t look cool while taking photos? If you really want something stylish, check out these 5 cool retro-looking digital cameras.
The iPhoto app automatically launches each time you connect your iPhone or a media device to your Mac. Here’s how to stop it from automatically launching.
While it might be a no-brainer for some people, it is still worth deliberating the merits of each MacBook model. Find out which MacBook you should choose.
There is a probability that a Chrome extension you are using is injecting advertisements without your knowledge. What can you do about it?
ControlAir is a free app on the Mac App Store that lets you control your machine using your hand gestures. Here’s how to get started with it.
Today we have a deal that provides a day and night surveillance camera that streams to your Android or iOS device. Meet the Izon View Security Camera.
Debates on which text editor is the best have been going on for years. So, we’ve decided to round up 5 of the best Linux text editors available.
It’s great that email systems such as Gmail exist that let you open up multiple accounts. How many email addresses do you have?
In this article, we go over some of the best productivity hacks with hidden or forgotten features of OS X. Let’s check them out.
When installing software in Windows, delivery can occur in a few formats: mainly .exe and .msi. What is the difference between the two? Let’s find out.
WinAuth is a portable & open-source application which supports two-step authentication apps like Google Authenticator. Here’s how you can use it on Windows.
Adobe Reader is arguably the best PDF reader on the market. If you have multiple devices and want to access your PDF files anywhere, here’s how to do that.
If you’re sick and tired of waiting to see if Google Alerts gets any better, try some of these Google Alerts alternatives. It’s worth trying them out.
Here are three free tools for safely backing up the files on your PC and ensuring that nothing you want to vanish goes *poof* if you ever run into trouble.
Telegram Messenger is a messenger application that promises privacy and security along with a ton of other features. How truthful are these claims?
Although they’ve been around since 2004, you don’t hear a lot about Smart Folders. So let’s look at Smart Folders, how they work & some cool uses for them.