The web browser is the most used piece of software on most of our computers, and there are quite a few of them vying for our attention. In this web browsers comparison guide, we will show you the features of the various popular browsers and which one is the best for you.
Anyone can upload a video to YouTube, but only YouTube partners can make money. This begs the logical question – how does your general YouTube user become a revenue generating partner?
It is easy to create QR codes to embed within websites or send via text messages,, but what about creating printable QR codes and barcode labels? A small business could print QR codes as a means of providing their customers with more information. Here is how you can do so.
As ebooks become more popular, more people are reading from their computers rather than from a physical book. If you are one of those who prefer to read your EPUB books online, here are some options for you.
Simple is an online service that seeks to change the way people manage their money, but just how is it different from traditional banking?
Google introduce Google Music All Access during this year’s Google I/O. What did it really add to your existing Google Music? Let’s find out.
Free Software vs Open Source Software. Most people are always confused over them. Here are the differences between free software, open source and freeware
With the new Google Hangout replacing Google Talk, many people wonder what is the difference between both of them. This article will explain it all.
If you don’t like a way iOS or an application did something, Cydia offers you the ability to change it. Now, the software – Cydia Substrate, has made its way over to Android. What does that means for you then?
USB flash drives are a cheap and portable way to back up files and move them around between machines. If you want to breathe new life into your old USB flash drives, here are ten things you may have never known they could do.
There’s no shortage of note-taking apps out there, yet when it comes time to jot something down quickly to return to later, few note-taking options are as convenient as good old-fashioned sticky notes applications. The following are four Sticky Notes for Chrome applications.
You’ve been using search engines for a long time now. You probably used one to find this article. But do you know how they work? This post will give you a basic understanding of how search engines work to find all the information you wouldn’t be able to find on your own.
If you want to embed Youtube in email rather than just pasting a link, this guide will show you how to attractively embed a YouTube video into Gmail.
Chrome OS makes it easy to access your favorite websites, but there’s a catch. By default, your website of choice must have already submitted an app to the Chrome Web Store. This is a problem, as some major websites do not have an app available, such as Wikipedia. The good news is that creating custom web apps of your own isn’t that difficult.
Android version 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) comes with the ability to encrypt your Android phone. While the process may be intimidating, it’s pretty straightforward. Here is how you can easily encrypt your Android phone.
If you have got yourself the Chrombook Pixel and find that Chrome OS really isn’t the right match for you, you may be happy to know that it’s both possible and easy to install Ubuntu on a Chromebook Pixel.
While there are tons of ways for you to transfer files on the Web, if you just want a single file transfer without having to go through the fuss of creating an account, JustBeamIt is one such choice.
Seemingly everyone watches YouTube, and few people know how YouTube partners make money behind the scenes, this article will show the process.