If you aren’t reaching enough people on Twitter, try one of the following 5 apps which will help you find the best time to tweet for the best exposure.
WordPress is not the only CMS around. If you are looking for alternative to WordPress, here are 5 great CMS that equally as powerful as WordPress
Do you know that Gmail comes with a full blown task list function? In this post, I will show you how to make use of the to-do list feature in Gmail.
The governments have been using various measures to get hold of our information. So, have we left the era of privacy behind us?
Some websites offer membership to remove ads, and some apps offer a paid version to remove ads. Given the choice, will you pay to get an ad-free experience?
The following are six ideas to get you started using Pinterest, ideas that go beyond pinning pictures of food and home decorating issues.
One proposition that security experts made recently was to use short sentences as passwords, rather than a complicated string of characters. Let’s see if this is a more secure method.
There are many different ways to keep your information safe, but do you feel secure with the method that you’ve chosen to select and store your passwords?
Gmail, in general, is very secure, but doesn’t mean your account won’t get hacked. Here are some ways to protect recover a hacked Gmail account.
It can be difficult to find videos that you can share legally. The following are five websites to help you find Creative Commons videos.
The Download icon in Firefox is not really very useful. If you want your downloads to be more accessible, Download Status Bar might be a good solution.
Your resume is an important part of your professional life and it doesn’t have to be boring. Here are 5 of the best sites to build a nice and creative CV.
Facebook has just acquired WhatsApp in a multi-billion dollar move. Is this a good move or bad move for users of the two services?
Keeping track of your emails even when you’re away from your computer is now easier. Checker Plus for Google Chrome allows you to receive desktop and audio notifications for Gmail.
You’ve probably heard on the news something about ICANN and its “cozy relationship with the United States.” So how does that affect both you and me?
If you need a simple and easy-to-use tool to check your network connection, Chrome Connectivity Diagnostics by Google is the best tool you can find.
Do you have trust in paying through technology such as Square Stand or would you prefer to pay more conventionally through a standard credit card reader?
Flappy Bird is no longer around in the App store, but if you just want your old game back, there’s also a HTML5-based clone edition of Flappy Bird.
If you want to speed up your WordPress site, but don’t know how to do it, here’s the complete guide you can follow to improve your site loading speed.
Some of the extensions in Chrome store are using hidden adware to make money off of you. Here are some fixes for you to tackle the extension security problems.
The only problem with Faecbook’s Look Back video is it selects photos automatically, meaning it won’t always turn out with photos you want most. Here’s how you can edit it.
Pinterest is not the only site for you to pin images. There are plenty of Pinterest alternatives sites that serve different niche and needs. Let’s check them out.
Tired of typing your username and password everytime you want to login to a site? Clef is a password replacement app that allows you to login without password.
Paypal may be the biggest online payment platform, it is definitely not the best. Skrill is a good Paypal alternative that is available in 200 countries.
After many years of success, it seems that Facebook has recently taken a turn downwards, with many people having complaints about practices it’s been engaging in.
There are so many different companies that offer cloud storage accounts. How many cloud storage accounts do you have?
Light is a lightweight browser built with speed in mind and is ideal for old machines. It is a Firefox alternative with several non-essential features removed.
Most people won’t tell you when they unfriend you on Facebook. If you are bothered by that, you can now receive notification when someone unfriends you.
Most browsers often start up with the home page or speed dial page. Here are the ways for each major browser to resume last browsing session on startup.
Are you still looking for the perfect 2014 calendar. Pically is a free program that you can grab and use to create beautiful calendars using your own photos.
The latest malicious plan that Internet users need to be aware of is a new Apple ID phishing scam, that looks very, very deceptive.
Copyright licenses are complicated. If you want to distribute your work, you will want to find out more about copyright licenses and which one you should use.
As social networks become popular, more websites are providing means to login with social network credential. What is your stance on this?
Google has decided that all Google+ members should be able to email each other. If you’re not keen on every Google Plus user emailing you, take control now.
Supertab is a Firefox add-on that lets you cycle through a list of open tabs in most recently used order, just by triggering Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Tab.
If you are planning to import Instapaper articles to Pocket, the procedure to is extremely easy and shouldn’t take more than a few minutes. Here’s how.
You can be sure of one thing, Wordpress: it’s not just for blogs anymore. Here are 6 alternative uses of Wordpress that aren’t blogging.
By default, Google has decided to make it so that Gmail will always display external images in your email. If you don’t like this, here’s how to disable it.
Taking screenshots can be time-consuming. Here are 4 screenshots tools for Google Chrome that allow you to snap and annotate screenshots all in the browser.
If there’s a website that you visit frequently, you can now add it to the Chrome App Launcher for easy access, thanks to this quick trick.
Online chat rooms is never considered a secure place. That is what the BitTorrent Chat hopes to solve for the world of chat. Find out more here.
To help you and your guests maintain a sense of privacy while sharing the Web, you can use Chrome’s guest browsing mode to share your browser with others.
Configuring TOR can be complicated for many people, but with Tor Browser, you can now surf privately and safely without any installation and configuration.
Getting technical support is supposed to be easy, but sometimes we just make it more complicated. Here are things you should do to avoid getting stuck in support limbo.
Don’t want your location being saved by Google Maps? Here’s how to disable Google Maps location history so that future visited places cannot be tracked.
Passwords have been with us for a long time, but who says we have to use passwords for everything? You’ll be surprised to find several viable alternatives.
Don’t want Google+ associated with your YouTube account or want to get rid of Google+ entirely? Here’s how to disconnect Google+ from your YouTube account.
Surfly is a free web app that lets you browse the web with friends in just a few quick steps; enter a website, share a short URL & start surfing.
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.
Are there websites that you only want to view in Incognito Mode? The Incognito-Filter Chrome extension will let you do that in a snap.