The larger our Twitter following becomes, the harder it can be to track down who unfollows us and why they do so. By using a service like Qwitter, you can avoid losing followers by finding out who unfollows you on Twitter and why.
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Twitter does not have a built in export option, but if you are concerned about all the information you have poured into Twitter over the years, twDocs is an online service that will quickly and easily export your Twitter feed into whatever format your heart desires.
With the onset of social networking, use of the old website forums has waned. A new startup, Moot, wants to put them to use again, but is it too late?
Have you ever clicked on an article that was broken up into numerous pages? Those multi-page articles can be really annoying and time-consuming. If you’re tired of clicking “next” over and over again, here’s how to turn those multi-page articles into a single page.
Do you know that the Internet actually has its own currency. Since 2009, we can pay and get paid using Internet’s own currency – Bitcoin.
We’ve all been in that position before. You’re in the middle of a call, and you’re put on hold. You only expect it to take a few seconds, but before you know it, you’ve been on hold forever, or at least it seems like it. With a smartphone in your hand, though, especially an iPhone, you shouldn’t ever be bored.
Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch their own service later this year. iRadio will be similar to what we already have, but will probably keep us on iTunes and not have us leaving it to listen to streaming music. How will it affect the ways we listen to music?
Setting up a Gmail account is easy, but deleting a Gmail account is not as intuitive as it should be. Here is how to delete a Gmail account permanently.
Later this year a new Google chat service will be introduced. More and more details are beginning to emerge about the service, but do we need more chatting?
Have you ever thought about turning your public Google+ posts into an RSS feed? This is great if you’re looking to crosspost from Google+ to another social network, or to allow others to subscribe to your Google+ posts in their favorite feed reader.
If you are looking to increase the loading speed of your website, a good way is to setup Google’s PageSpeed Service so Google can optimize and serve the webpage for you.
Insync is out of beta and offering itself us as a Google Drive alternative at a one-time only price of $9.99 per Google account.
Everybody loves VPN. Not only do they allow you to view restricted content from overseas, it can also protect your privacy online and allows you to surf anonymously. For our giveaway this week, we have 10 premium Kepard VPN accounts, each valid for 90 days, to give away.
Yahoo! seems to have plans to come back from the almost-dead. In just the last couple of days they have made two really interesting acquisitions. Will it get back to what we hope it will be?
It is easy to sign up for and use different cloud storage service, but managing them can be a hassle. With Jolidrive, users can manage all their cloud services from one dashboard, view their files and access them from any device, anywhere.
Your content in iCloud just got a little safer if you choose to make it so. Apple has added a two-step verification to their Apple IDs.
If you are a Google reader user and you are looking for a simple way to export your Google Reader data and feeds, give Google Takeout a try.
Are you aware of the threats that exist against you when you’re online? Cybercrime is a bigger threat than you might imagine. Just as our time online is increasing, the threats against us when we’re online are increasing as well.