3 Useful Comic Viewer Apps for Android

3 Useful Comic Viewer Apps for Android

The advent of the digital age has drastically changed our methods of consuming media. Books and music have become digitised and in the same vein it is now possible to read entire comic books from a variety of electronic devices. I have been a fan of comics for a long time and as an Android […]

How to Download Facebook Photos Without Installing Any App

How to Download Facebook Photos Without Installing Any App

Uploading photos to your Facebook account is a one way traffic. You can easily get it up, but there is no way to get it down. If you have explored all the available options in Facebook, you will find that none of them allows you to download your photos (or photos with you tagged), other […]

Using the /proc Filesystem to Examine Your Linux Inner Working

Using the /proc Filesystem to Examine Your Linux Inner Working

Quick – answer me this: How much swap space is in use on your system right now? How big is the cache on your CPU? What kernel modules are currently loaded? How many total drives and partitions are you running? If you’re running Linux, all these questions (and a whole lot more) can be answered […]

Facebook Wants to Know Your Location! New Check-in Features Released

Facebook Wants to Know Your Location! New Check-in Features Released

First there were Foursquare, Gowalla. Then Google join in with Latitude and Places. Now Facebook also wants to have a part of the pie. Earlier today, Facebook has released the Facebook Places that allows you to check in your location from your mobile device. Ever gone to a show, only to find out afterward that […]

How to Install KDE 4.5

How to Install KDE 4.5

KDE 4.5 is a milestone release that took several months to complete, fixing over 16,000 bugs. While it also added new features, the selling point of this release is the stability that typically comes with a x.5 version of KDE. The desktop, applications, and development platforms have matured, and many of the outstanding bugs have […]

Testdrive Let You Test Ubuntu With A Single Click

Testdrive Let You Test Ubuntu With A Single Click

If you want to test drive a Linux distro, what will you usually do? Download the ISO file, burn it into a CD/USB drive and boot it up in your PC. Alternatively, you can also run the ISO file in virtual machine such as Virtualbox or VMWare. What if you are not a geek and […]

OpenOffice Base – A Simple And Useful Database Management Tool

OpenOffice Base – A Simple And Useful Database Management Tool

When most people think OpenOffice, they think of word processing or spreadsheets. What many people do not realize is that OpenOffice also includes Base, a database system roughly equivalent to MS Access. Many businesses and individuals use these systems to allow even non-technical people to enter, store, retrieve and organize their data. Using Base, you […]

Ubuntu 10.10 Comes With Multi-Touch Support

Ubuntu 10.10 Comes With Multi-Touch Support

Apple has multi-touch technology. Microsoft’s Windows 7 also supports multi-touch. What about Linux, especially Ubuntu, which is touted as the “mainstream Linux”? Well, the news is out. The next version of Ubuntu – Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick will come with uTouch 1.0, the multi-touch and gesture stack for Linux platform. Canonical is pleased to announce the […]

How To Fix iPhone Errors and Problems After Jailbreak

How To Fix iPhone Errors and Problems After Jailbreak

Last week I posted an article on How to Jailbreak and Unlock iPhone 4. My first attempt was really successful using JailbreakMe that I haven’t ran into problems. However, not everyone is as lucky as I am. Some of you might have problems relating to lost signals, purple screen and sim card not detected issues. […]