Every year a new technology trend becomes “the big thing” upon its release. What about 2015? What new technology would like to see become mainstream this year
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Need a VPN service? TunnelBear VPN can encrypt your Internet connection while changing your public IP address to the country of your choice. Read on for the review and giveaway.
Taking a screenshot is extremely simple, except that most screen capture tools don’t allow you to take full webpage screenshot. Nimbus screenshot is one useful tool you can use.
CyberGhost protects your privacy and allows you to surf the web securely. Read on to win 12 months access to CyberGhost VPN premium account.
There are many ways to protect yourself online. Is it a concern of yours? Do you take added steps to protect yourself?
Who says technology and geek stuff are boring? Here are some of the funny and witty Internet memes and jokes that tech enthusiasts and geeks can relate to.
Google is no longer the only horse in town with several other search engine options available. Is Google still the best search engine out there?
If you ever need to compare different browsers, here are 3 tools you can use to benchmark and evaluate the performance to find the best performing browser.
Good Google alternatives are really hard to find. One that respects your privacy as a user is DuckDuckGo. Here is why you should use Duckduckgo.
So, you’ve found a couple of Vine videos online and you want to keep them. Here’s how you can download VIne videos in both desktop and mobile.
Between backing up your files physically in external hard disk and the cloud, which one is better? Let’s find out in this article.
IFTTT has a bunch of other cool and super useful social media recipes. Check out these 5 cool IFTTT recipes to automate your social life.
There are plenty of photo editors for the Desktop, but what about the Web? Let check out some of the powerful and feature rich online photo editors.
Recently we published an article about the social network Tsu paying its users to post. Should social networks pay you to use their service?
The Internet isn’t free, as much as you like it to be. This article examines 3 of the best online resources where you can learn about Internet censorship.
If you are a Tumblr user, you have to check out this browser extension called XKit which can makes Tumblr blogging easier and more efficient.
Ello is a private social network that describes itself as “Simple, beautiful, and ad-free.” Is it really as good as it claims? Let’s check it out.
Facebook makes money from the content you created, and you were not paid a single cent. Tsu pays you for posting on the platform and invite your friends to the network. Let’s check it out.