PhoneClean is one great application that allows you to clean up your iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad. And since Christmas is coming, we have some free licenses to give away too.
Looking for a better solution to manage multiple SSH connections in Linux? Look no further. PAC Manager is the one for you.
Configuring TOR can be complicated for many people, but with Tor Browser, you can now surf privately and safely without any installation and configuration.
Looking to try out Android on your desktop? Genymotion is an Android emulator based on Virtualbox that is easy to install and use.
If you have the “Problem with MergeList” issue when updating the system in Ubuntu, here is the fix.
In Windows, you can restore the system back to an earlier date when it crashes. What about Linux? What solution do you have? TimeShift can be the answer.
If you are getting the Raspberry Pi, but are worried that it is too complicated to set up, here is a guide to help you setup Raspberry Pi and get started.
If you are using Keepass2 password manager, here’s how you can access your password database in Android and get it to auto fill password in Android browser.
If you are using mobile Firefox in your Android devices, here is one neat trick that you can use to quickly access your browsing history.
If you need an app that allows you to quickly access your favorite apps and doesn’t drain battery and memory resources, Slide Launcher is the one for you.
We were glad to be able to team up with AllKeyShop to bring you this giveaway contest where you can stand to win the game of your choice, for free!
If you have installed Linux Mint (or the Cinnamon Desktop) and found that the two-finger scrolling on touchpad is not working, here is how you enable it.
If you are always following technology news, your bookmarks menu must be flooded with dozens of links to various websites where you for the latest topics.
If you are using Firefox on a tablet, you may want to switch it to run in Desktop mode by default so websites will always load the desktop version.
Gmail allows you to filter and automate the organization of your incoming emails. Here are 5 Google scripts that you can use to further automate your Gmail.
If you upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10 and find the date time indicator missing in the menu bar, here’s the fix.
If there is a need for you to send email from the command line, say to report the progress (or failure) of a backup process, you can easily do so in Linux. Check it out here.
If you are one of those “old” Mac users who are not eligible for free iWork, here is a simple trick to grab the latest iWork for free.