Programmers and geeks are the new rockstars of the digital age and everyone wants to learn programming to code up the best iPhone game ever. Today, we’ve compiled a list of resources that allow you to learn programming for free.
You probably have seen both HTTP and HTTPS appearing in the url and are wondering what they are. In this article, we explain the differences between HTTP and HTTPS and what you should look out for in a supposedly secure site.
Evernote has a desktop syncing client for almost every OS, except for Linux. If you are using for a Linux desktop client for Evernote, Everpad is the one to go.
Spotify is an awesome on-demand music player for all platforms and what makes it even better is the ability to install apps. Here are 6 cool Spotify apps you should really check out.
Just like the desktop version, Firefox for Android comes with support for addons too. Here are 4 awesome mobile addons to supercharge Firefox for Android, and make your mobile browsing experience a better one.
FreeOffice is a good alternative to Microsoft Office and LibreOffice and you can help the charity just by downloading it. Check it out.
While installing an application, you probably have the experience of accidentally associating it with a tons of file extensions. Here are two great tools that help you get rid of file type associations or change them in Windows.
If you have ever wanted to automate your Android phone based on location, Locale is one great automation app you should use, and here are 6 useful plugins that make Locale even better. Check them out.
The native Steam client for Linux is now available for everyone. Here is how you can install Steam in Ubuntu.
Have you ever wondered what it’d be like to control media apps and functions of your Windows PC using your phone? Wouldn’t it be great if you could just pause VLC using your phone without having to walk over to the PC? Here is how you can do exactly that!
Using a clipboard manager to manage your clipboard history in Windows 8 is a good way to ensure the content you copied earlier is not lost. Here is a one good clipboard manager that you can use in Windows 8
It is easy to stream media from portable devices to desktop, but not the other way round. Here is a simple way for you to stream media from desktop to PS3, Smartphone, Smart TV etc.
If you’re having trouble deleting the Windows.old file and previous Windows installations on your computer, here is how you can delete them without breaking the system, and your mind.
Creating image galleries in WordPress 3.5 is now much easier than it was in previous versions. Let’s take a look at the process.
Google+ Hangout is useful for running a webinar, but its limitation of 10 people per session prevented you from sharing to more people. Here is how you can broadcast your Google+ Hangout to a larger group of people and record the session to Youtube.
Linux is seldom known as the platform for word processing, but do you know that it can handle text much better than other systems? Let check it out.
I’m sure you’ve probably had this issue before: you write a tweet and it’s way over 140 characters and you’re wondering how to shorten it. Sure you can abbreviate words and use short hand, but this takes time – extra time that you may not have at the moment. Here’s a quick solution.
Are you tired of the default New Tab page in Google Chrome? It’s great for displaying your most visited Web pages, apps, and recently closed tabs, but not everyone wants or needs access to that stuff. Why not make the New Tab page displays useful information such as the current time and weather? Here is how you can do so.