Facebook Introduces New Timeline Apps

Facebook Introduces New Timeline Apps

People like to talk about who they are and what they like. Facebook is giving people another way to show their friend what their interest are. Adding apps to your Timeline is pretty new, but there are quite the variety of apps to add. Some may see this as adding clutter, others may see it […]

The Ultimate New Mac User Guide

The Ultimate New Mac User Guide

So, if you are reading this article, then chances are, you just got yourself a Mac. Despite the Mac being an easy machine to master, it is a different ballpark for individuals used to using Windows. You must learn about Finder, docks, Macintosh HD, and everything in between. Today, we’ll give you a preview of […]

The Beginner Guide to YouTube Analytics

The Beginner Guide to YouTube Analytics

Did you know that 8 years of content is added to YouTube everyday? Your content could easily be lost in the shuffle if it isn’t being tracked. You probably know that YouTube replaced Insight, a tool that let publishers see detailed stats about their content, with YouTube Analytics, but you may not know how to […]

5 iOS App To Help You Stay Fit and Healthy

5 iOS App To Help You Stay Fit and Healthy

Health is one of the most important things to take care of in life. Having an iPhone can make that process a lot easier as it has some really helpful and useful apps to ensure that you keep yourself healthy in all cases. Whether eating, or going out – these apps will help ensure you […]

Examining the Memory Hogs of iOS

Examining the Memory Hogs of iOS

The worst thing about the iPhone and iPad also happens to be the best thing. They do too much. It’s easy to assimilate them into our lives, and before long they become indispensable. But, soon we have our whole lives on these devices and they become overloaded. How do we manage the memory? I’ve been […]

Essential iPhone Apps for the Winter Season

Essential iPhone Apps for the Winter Season

The winter holidays are long gone and CES has just left the building, that leaves tech geeks and other individuals alike feeling a bit dull during this time. The winter season still has a little over two months left to bare through. What better way to get through these harsh months than with the help […]

4 Chrome Extensions To Make Web Pages Easy To Read

4 Chrome Extensions To Make Web Pages Easy To Read

If you are an avid blog visitor or if you go to websites such as BBC, or any other website where you happen to read something – check out the following four Google Chrome extensions that will make your reading experience even better. These extensions allow users to remove the junk (e.g ads, links etc.) […]

Windows 8 Might Block Linux From Loading

Windows 8 Might Block Linux From Loading

Back in October 2011, the Free Software Foundation speculated on the possibility that Microsoft might be trying to block out other operating systems from loading within a computer, using a new concept known as the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI). Microsoft showed it off a couple of months back, booting up Windows 8 in eight […]

5 Best Free Alternatives To Microsoft Visio

5 Best Free Alternatives To Microsoft Visio

Microsoft Visio is a professional diagramming software from Microsoft which makes it very easy to explore and visualize complex information and processes quickly. As an IT professional, I find it very easy and satisfying to visualize process flows, network architecture and program workflows. Microsoft Visio is not only limited to the IT field but can […]

Amazon Cloud Reader: An Improved Reading Experience For The iPad

Amazon Cloud Reader: An Improved Reading Experience For The iPad

Just in case catching up with your reading wasn’t easy enough on the Kindle apps for iOS and Mac, Amazon has made it even easier. Previously, iOS apps turned the iPhone and iPad into Kindles, and allowed the same reading experience on a Mac. Now they have taken the experience one step further. It’s not […]

How to Get A Better Computer With Less Cash

How to Get A Better Computer With Less Cash

Technology is always evolving, fast. The computer that you bought last year is now obsolete and you are planning to get a new one. Before you walk into the store and pay big bucks to the retailers for the latest PC in town, check out this guide on how you can get a better computer, with more juice and power, without breaking the bank.

The Best of Apple at CES 2012

The Best of Apple at CES 2012

We all know that Apple itself doesn’t go to CES, or at least not to show off new gadgets, but third party companies are there to show off some of their newest creations in the form of iOS accessories and add-ons. At CES, there were a ton of these ranging from cases to hook ups […]

6 Useful Graphical Git Client for Linux

6 Useful Graphical Git Client for Linux

While git has been around for some time, it is only recently that I used it for collaboration with a co-worker. For those who are not aware, git is a distributed version control system with complete history and full revision tracking capabilities. It is a great tool for developers to collaborate without losing their sanity. […]

How to Install a Preview of Ubuntu TV

How to Install a Preview of Ubuntu TV

At CES, Canonical announced its latest major project that it is calling Ubuntu TV “TV for human beings”. Much of the Ubuntu TV interface will be based on the groundwork that has already been established with the development of Unity, Canonical’s revolutionary, and sometimes polarizing, desktop environment. In keeping with tradition, Ubuntu TV is free […]

5 Joyous Apps For Wedding Inspiration [Windows Phone 7]

5 Joyous Apps For Wedding Inspiration [Windows Phone 7]

Wedding planning can be fun and exciting if you have a direction and understanding of what you want to achieve. When you need some inspiration, you probably turn to magazines, books and TV shows. However, let’s face it, we are always on the go! The Windows 7 Phone has some great apps for anyone who is […]