Thanks to a group of impressive developers, Android apps can now run on Linux. Here are the steps to do it.
Image viewers are useful when you just want to check out a few photos. Here are six great image viewers for Linux that you should check out.
Scrivener is a useful software for writing books and creating manuscripts. Let’s see how it works and create your first manuscript.
Some of the power tools are hidden in Windows and most people don’t know about them. Here are some of the Windows power tools that you can use.
In the world of gaming, there has been a recent move by major publishers to release their games with 64-bit support. Why is this so? Let check it out.
If you’ve downloaded the iOS 8 and found some compatibility issues in your device, here’s a tutorial on how to downgrade to iOS 7.1.2.
Microsoft likes to release several edition of their Windows OS. Here are the top 3 features that are only available in Windows 8 Enterprise edition.
In part 2 of the Android wear series, let’s dive into Android Wear’s default settings and tweak things around a bit.
For those who are missing the Linux terminal in Windows, you can use Cygwin to do the same task. Learn how to install and configure Cygwin in Windows.
Firefox doesn’t integrate well in Gnome Shell desktop theme. Here are some ways you can use to make it looks like it truly belongs on the Gnome 3 desktop.