Useful iPhone Locator Apps… Never Lose Your Phone Again

Useful iPhone Locator Apps… Never Lose Your Phone Again

Sometimes disaster happens before we’ve prepared ourselves for it. iPhones can fall out of a pocket, slip through a hole in a backpack or purse, or be left on the counter at a store. The next time you go to make a call or text, you realize it’s missing and have no idea where you […]

4 Great Ways to Convert Partial RSS Feed To Full RSS Feed

4 Great Ways to Convert Partial RSS Feed To Full RSS Feed

How many of you are pissed off by a partial RSS feed? I am not sure about you, but i sure do. In case you are still not aware, most, if not all, the blogs in the whole Internet provide a RSS feed that you can subscribe in a feed reader. Some of these blogs […]

4 Ways To Make Good Use Of Dropbox For Android

4 Ways To Make Good Use Of Dropbox For Android

When I made the switch to an Android phone from a Blackberry, one of the deciding factors was how I could easily share files with clients and club members. I am usually not at my office and do much of my work remotely. While Dropbox was accessible from my Blackberry, it was less than convenient […]

Doogl: Browser Bookmarklet That Reveals Real Opinions About Websites

Doogl: Browser Bookmarklet That Reveals Real Opinions About Websites

Searching for site reviews online never qualifies as real reviews that are written by real site users. You could share a site on your social networking account and have friends review it; but you might need to wait a long time before your friends thoroughly check out the website you shared. What you need is […]

What Is The thumb.db File? [MTE Explains]

What Is The thumb.db File? [MTE Explains]

If you use a PC running any current version of Windows you may have noticed small files called Thumbs.db popping up on your system. What is it, what do they do, what did I do to create them? Relax, they’re harmless. Here’s what thumb.db files are for. Thumbs.db files are only shown when a specific […]

Rip Your CDs At The Command Line

Rip Your CDs At The Command Line

Are you looking for a fast, efficient, and easy way to rip music from your CDs in Linux? Then look no further than the command line. Yes, you read that correctly. The command line. For a variety of reasons, the Linux command line has a reputation for being difficult and unwieldy. In some cases, that’s […]

4 Advanced Dropbox Tips and Tricks

4 Advanced Dropbox Tips and Tricks

At MTE we cannot live without Dropbox. In addition to showing you the basic usage of Dropbox, we have also highlighted a number of useful tips and tricks. In this article we will go beyond the basic tricks and show you 4 other ways you can use Dropbox like a pro. 1. Dropbox Keyboard Shortcuts […]

How to Convert Mac .Pages Format Into .Jpeg

How to Convert Mac .Pages Format Into .Jpeg

Let’s be honest. While there are a seemingly ever-increasing number of Mac users in the world, we still have to play well with the Windows users of the world. We may be proud of the platform we are using, like iWork, iTunes, etc, but there are always problems when we attempt to share files with […]

The Complete Guide to Set Up a Minecraft Server

The Complete Guide to Set Up a Minecraft Server

Minecraft is one of the most engrossing PC games to come out in the last few years, and with the semi-recent additions to SMP mode, it’s more fun than ever to host your own custom server. Getting the basic server up and running isn’t that difficult, but that’s only part of the picture. Once the […]

How to AutoHide the Unity Launcher In Ubuntu Natty

How to AutoHide the Unity Launcher In Ubuntu Natty

One of the (most hated?) features in Ubuntu is the Unity theme that changed almost every aspect of the familiar GNOME environment that you are used to. You can’t add custom icons to the panel or to the system tray, you have to change your workflow and get used to the dash. To make it […]