How to Control Your Computer With Your Android Phone

How to Control Your Computer With Your Android Phone

In my last article, I covered how to control VLC media player with your Android phone. While that is great for manipulating VLC, it cannot actually control anything else on your computer. Other similar Android apps such as TunesRemote are great for controlling iTunes, but are again limited to that one function. Sometimes you are […]

How to Migrate From WordPress.com to Self-hosted WordPress

How to Migrate From WordPress.com to Self-hosted WordPress

I know that this topic has been mentioned a thousand and one time in the blogosphere, but still, there are many people asking me how to do it the easy way. Since this site is about making tech easier, I have decided to come up with a comprehensive and easy to follow guide for those […]

Comparing Three Linux RSS Feed Readers

Comparing Three Linux RSS Feed Readers

If you a web user and don’t already love RSS/Atom type feeds, you’re missing out. Not only can you have all your favorite news sites and blogs pipe into one location for easy browsing, you can even get updates on discounted shopping, or be notified when a new Simpsons episode lands on Hulu. Feeds are […]

How to Schedule Photo Uploads To Your Flickr Account

How to Schedule Photo Uploads To Your Flickr Account

Flickr has been my favorite photo sharing website for years. This is because Flickr is so easy to navigate and I always find the best images for my articles and projects at Flickr. Flickr is also a great place for photo sharing, you can create photo sets and upload photos to your Flickr account for […]

[Snippet] How to Sync Rhythmbox With iOS4.0

[Snippet] How to Sync Rhythmbox With iOS4.0

In Ubuntu Lucid, the Rhythmbox can detect your iPhone/iPod Touch by default and sync it with your computer. However, with the release of iOS 4.0, it breaks the sync and left many Linux users with system incompatibility. Here is a quick and easy way to fix this: Open a terminal and add the repository: sudo […]

5 More Linux Games You Probably Haven’t Played

5 More Linux Games You Probably Haven’t Played

Linux is not known for gaming, and when most people think of Linux games, they think of a few free and open source games that are good but not numerous. Nevertheless, there is a growing pool of free and commercial independent gaming developers who are pushing the envelope by offering their games on multiple platforms, […]

How To Automate Your Housekeeping Task On Mac With SmartShuno

How To Automate Your Housekeeping Task On Mac With SmartShuno

Managing files must be one of the most basic activities on every computer and yet also the most time consuming one. You create many different kind of folders and group different kind of files accordingly. Maybe you still can enjoy the first few hundred files, but at some point the whole process turns into an […]

How to Easily Create a Custom Lightweight Desktop Environment

How to Easily Create a Custom Lightweight Desktop Environment

Gnome and KDE are great – they give you a beautiful desktop with all the tools and utilities you need. On either system, you’ll find a solid window manager, desktop icons, a panel full of applets, the works. That’s all well and good for your average desktop PC, but what if you need something lighter, […]

How to Secure Your Mac

How to Secure Your Mac

As Apple’s Mac computers grow in popularity, so too will the frequency with which they are targeted in attacks. While the debate about whether or not Mac’s truly are inherently more secure than PC’s rages on, and probably will for some time, its inarguable that being extra secure is never a bad thing regardless of what system […]

How to Jailbreak and Unlock iPhone 4

How to Jailbreak and Unlock iPhone 4

At last, I have laid my hands on iPhone  4. I only have 3GS running on iOS 4 and I don’t expect to actually do the jailbreaking and unlocking of the latest release of iPhone 4. The process has been smooth and as easy as jailbreaking an iPhone 3GS, so, if you will do this […]