How to Schedule Update to Google+ In Chrome

How to Schedule Update to Google+ In Chrome

Google+ might not be as big as Facebook (for now), but it does has its fair share of users and being tightly integrated with Youtube, Hangout and many other Google products make it a really useful social network, whether it is for personal uses or for marketing your brand. As good as it gets, it […]

Ask MTE: Uninstall App Completely, Use New Email Address For App Purchase, WiFi Issue And Many More… (Android, Week 12)

Ask MTE: Uninstall App Completely, Use New Email Address For App Purchase, WiFi Issue And Many More… (Android, Week 12)

Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the weekly Android Questions and Answers series. This week we are talking about totally getting rid of applications, changing the default account used for the Google Play Store, Wi-Fi connectivity issues and more. Remember, any question you may have is surely a question someone else out there […]

10 Must Have Indicator Applets for Ubuntu 12.04

10 Must Have Indicator Applets for Ubuntu 12.04

Indicator Applets are very useful in terms of providing quick information and play a very important role in overall Ubuntu experience. These app indicators lie on the top panel and the users can use these applets to control and/or access the application without even opening it. Here are my top 10 “must have” indicator applets […]

ClipMenu: A Useful Clipboard Manager For Mac

ClipMenu: A Useful Clipboard Manager For Mac

While working on your Mac, you are bound to use the copy and paste feature to copy and move things around. In most cases, every time you copy a link/text/document, it only works for one instance of the “paste”. You can’t “paste” several times for each “copy”. ClipMenu is a small, lightweight and useful clipboard […]

TTYtter – Tweet via The Command Line [Linux]

TTYtter – Tweet via The Command Line [Linux]

When it comes to Twitter, there are three ways to use it: the web interface, a desktop/mobile client, or tweet from the command line (for the real Indiana Jones). The last way, despite its apparent complexity, can become very useful for people who want to reach a higher level of control over their favorite micro-blogging […]

Comix: A Useful Comic Reader For Linux

Comix: A Useful Comic Reader For Linux

I am not a Comic fan, but sometimes I do read some comics to keep myself entertained. My usual way of reading comic is to go online to find the comic I want and read the strips, one at a time. The problem with this method is that with a slow Internet connection, the loading […]

Ask The Readers: How Often Do you Accomplish The Task You Set Out To Do?

Ask The Readers: How Often Do you Accomplish The Task You Set Out To Do?

The result for last week poll: Which Is Your Favorite Office Suite Application? is out. Here’s the breakdown: When it comes to Office Suite, LibreOffice is the clear people’s favorite with 50% of the vote and hold a comfortable lead over the second position. Microsoft’s Office is at a distant second place, despite it beings […]

How to view Instagram Profiles Online Using Your Computer

How to view Instagram Profiles Online Using Your Computer

Instagram has been for the most part a mobile phenomena. It hits the world as a photo-centric social network originally only accessible via an iPhone. Recently it was opened up to the Android universe and the number of users jumped by the millions. Still, Instagram is only available on a mobile device. If you want […]

Useful Tips And Tricks For Utilizing Mission Control In Mac

Useful Tips And Tricks For Utilizing Mission Control In Mac

On an average day, I can find myself making use of at least eight applications. From emailing to iMessaging coworkers, almost every application in my dock gets used. Even during an article creation, I will make use of at least four. I would make use of one application for emailing/references, another application for getting sources, […]

How to Install And Configure Samba In Ubuntu For File Sharing

How to Install And Configure Samba In Ubuntu For File Sharing

Samba is a useful service found in most Unix and Linux system that allows you to share file and print services with another computer, particularly a Microsoft Windows client. In Ubuntu, while the Nautiilus File Manager comes with a series of connection protocols to access files from a remote server, it doesn’t turn the machine […]

How To Use RealPlayer For Viewing Facebook Videos

How To Use RealPlayer For Viewing Facebook Videos

RealPlayer Plus recently released an update that includes many great features you just have to check out and explore! One of those features is the Facebook Videos Library which allows you to connect your Facebook account to your RealPlayer to view the latest videos from your Facebook feed.

Summary Of WWDC 2012: The Future Is Now!

Summary Of WWDC 2012: The Future Is Now!

For all the Apple fans out there, I am sure you have waiting long for the WWDC event to see what big announcements are being made and which products are being launched. For those who have missed the keynote, here is the summary of the update and great features you are going to see in […]

Things You Should Consider Before Reinstalling Windows

Things You Should Consider Before Reinstalling Windows

Windows is a very complicated system, so there is bound to be a complication waiting to happen that could jeopardize system integrity, forcing you to reinstall the operating system. Most of us have been there, experiencing the inexplicable blue screen of death (BSOD) whenever attempting to boot a computer. This kind of thing might even happen in […]

CactusVPN P2P/BitTorrent VPN Connections Giveaway

CactusVPN P2P/BitTorrent VPN Connections Giveaway

BitTorrent might be a good way to share and download files, but if you are not careful, you can easily expose your identity online and attract many government agencies, special interest groups, corporations, and hackers who are looking for people to catch, sue, or attack. There are plenty of ways to secure your torrents download […]

Syncing iOS Devices Wirelessly Through iTunes

Syncing iOS Devices Wirelessly Through iTunes

One of the best changes to be made in the Apple iOS was the ability to synch devices wirelessly. Previously, to sync your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, or to initialize it after your first purchase, you would have to plug it in through a USB port which would automatically initiate the sync. Recent changes […]