Weekly Wrap-up: Glide OS Edition, Firefox Beta For Android, Full Page Previews In Google Search And Many More…

In this week, we show you 5 useful ways to utilize your 25GB Skydrive account and also show how you can selectively disable the context menu for third party Windows application.

Over at Linux, we covered the way to configure language settings in KDE, install the elegant Gnome pack, enabling about:labs feature in Google Chrome and many more.

Lastly, don’t forget to participate in our weekly giveaway – Invisible Browsing With IBVPN + Free Giveaway

Enjoy!

Popular articles

  1. DragonDisk: A Free Amazon S3 Desktop Client For Linux And Windows
  2. Glide OS: Online Operating System With 30 GB of Free Storage [Part 1]
  3. Midori – The Little Browser that Just Might Surprise You

The rest of the articles

  1. 5 Useful Ways To Utilize Your 25GB Skydrive Account
  2. 5 Great Safari Extensions
  3. GetGlue: A Multi Platform Recommendation Service
  4. Customizing Glide OS [Part 2]
  5. How to Configure Language Settings in KDE
  6. How to Selectively Disable UAC Prompt For Certain Applications
  7. Google Chrome For Linux Now Comes With About:Labs Features
  8. 4 Tools to Edit The Context Menu in Windows
  9. Beautify Your Gnome Desktop With Elegant Gnome Pack [Linux]
  10. Quick Review Of Firefox Beta For Android
  11. Invisible Browsing With IBVPN + Free Giveaway
  12. Read SMS Messages On your Computer With TalkMyPhone [Android]
  13. How To Individually Protect your iPhone Apps with a Password

News for the week

  1. Fancy driving a car without you having to drive it?
    Google has been quietly testing cars that drive by itself. The automated cars use video cameras, radar sensors and a laser range finder to “see” other traffic, as well as detailed maps to navigate the road ahead.
  2. Facebook releases Facebook Groups
    Facebook releases a new Groups feature that allows you to manage your friends list and organize them into groups. Each group can only see the messages/photos posted to the groups and it supports multi-chat protocol.
  3. Mozilla releases Firefox beta for Android and Maemo
  4. W3C says HTML5 is not ready for the Web yet.
    Even though Google, Apple and Microsoft been showing off HTML5 capability in their browsers, the big supervisor of the Web, W3C, says that the HTML 5 technology is not ripe enough to over the World yet.
  5. Full page previews in Google search results
    This has not been make official by Google yet, but many people have already seen the full page preview in Google search results.
  6. Adobe AIR Now Available for Android

Other useful How to articles

  1. What’s the Deal with Android’s Weird Wallpaper Requirements?
    Ever wonder that perfectly cropped 320×480 wallpaper can’t be used on your Android phone? In this article, Lifehacker explains the working of the Android’s wallpaper system and how to create the perfect wallpaper for your phone.
  2. 9 Free Resources for Learning Photoshop
    Been thinking to learn Photoshop but don’t know how to get started? Here are 9 resources that you can use to learn Photoshop, compiled over at Mashable.
  3. Make Free VoIP Calls on Android Phones
  4. How to Restore Music And Videos From Apple Devices To iTunes
  5. Create A Bootable Windows 7 USB Drive From Linux
  6. How to install LibreOffice from a repository in Ubuntu

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