Angry that your panoramic picture doesn’t turn out well as you expected? Here are a few steps that I use to create beautiful panoramic pictures.
With the holiday season approaching quickly, what tech gifts will the recipients on your list be getting this holiday season?
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.
If you are already using Plex media server in your computer, you might be interested in the Plex for Android for your mobile devices as well. Let’s check it out.
Looking for something different than the traditional keyboard on your Android phone? Here a few quirky Android keyboards for you.
This tutorial will show you how to schedule your Mac to start up and shut down at a specific day and time – every day or just a single day.
In Linux, you will probably find a swap partition along with the main Linux partitions. What is this swap partition used for and is it really necessary?
UEFI is more advantageous than BIOS. In this article, we will explain the differences between UEFI and BIOS and which one is better.
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 getting the Raspberry Pi, but are worried that it is too complicated to set up, here is a guide to help you setup Raspberry Pi and get started.
Deleting a file is easy. Recovering it is not. PhotoRec is a nifty little command-line based tool that can recover accidentally deleted files.
Podcasting has become a popular means for consuming media. In Android, BeyondPod can works in conjunction with Feedly to help you manage your shows.
If you are using Keepass2 password manager, here’s how you can access your password database in Android and get it to auto fill password in Android browser.
We keep all our personal data on our smartphones, but are you doing enough to protect your mobile phone from snoopers? How do you protect your privacy?
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.
It is possible to get disk usage information from the Linux desktops, but you can get much greater detail using the df and du commands in terminal.
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.
Are there some Preference Pane items you don’t use in System Preferences? If so, here’s how you can hide Preference Pane icons in Mac OS X.