DuckDuckGo is known as a search engine that protects your privacy, but how exactly does DuckDuckGo work without keeping personal information? Let’s find out!
This is not news of a new scam that was just discovered. This time I am writing about a very personal, scary phone scam that happened to my father.
You may prefer to send SMS on your PC rather than your phone. Here are a few ways to text without using the messaging app on your phone.
If you need to archive a site in case it goes down, you can download the entire website for offline use. Here is how you can do so.
Accessing your Gmail account is not restricted only to the browser; you can access it from your Desktop too. Learn how you can set up Gmail with Thunderbird.
Some people use an image and a hyperlink as their signature in email. Learn how you can add hyperlinks to any image in Gmail.
If you are looking for a way to include the weather on your website, these websites will help you find beautiful weather widgets to embed on your site.
If you’d like to actively capture and build knowledge, whether for your personal wiki or an organizational one, this shows how to create your own wiki site.
Even though Wikipedia prides itself as an encyclopedia that “anyone can edit,” you must learn the ropes first. Learn how you can become a Wikipedia editor.
You may have come across the term “ping,” but what is a “ping” really? What does it mean in the computing world, and why does it have such an odd name?
If you love gaming but don’t want to spend a lot of money on PC games, here are some of the best websites where you can pick out games for cheap.
If you don’t like what Twitter is offering, why not jump ship and abandon Twitter altogether? Here are some of the best Twitter alternatives you can check out.
If you’re coming from Windows to a Unix system, you might have noticed that loopback is practically synonymous with localhost. What Is localhost and how is it dDifferent from 127.0.0.1?
Most leading news sites now come with paywalls. If you are not willing to pay for occasional visits, here are a few ways to bypass paywalls on these sites.
Scammers have taken to Facebook in hopes of cheating its vast user base out of their personal information. Look out for these Facebook scams that are making the round.
How has an app originally made for the Saudi Arabian population become a global phenomenon? Here we explain everything you need to know about Sarahah.
The Word Wide Web celebrates its 30th birthday on March 12, 2019. Take a look at how a young open platform has changed to what it is today.
Motivated by the desire to control information and increase national security, some countries have constructed national intranets. Here are some of the more prominent countries on the list.