Do You Wish to See Delicious Shut Down? [Poll]

Do You Wish to See Delicious Shut Down? [Poll]

The poll last week was “What’s Your Favorite Instant Messaging Application?” and the results were out. 40% of you loved Pidgin, the versatile multi-protocols IM application. Google Talk was at second place with 15% of the vote. Digsby was at a distance third with only 9% of the vote (I expect it to be higher). […]

Christmas Week Special: Picture Collage Maker Pro Free Giveaway

Christmas Week Special: Picture Collage Maker Pro Free Giveaway

This is another of our Christmas week giveaway special. Read on for more detail. As photos sharing become the norm is our everyday life, photos collaging has also become a favourite hobby of us. We have previously reviewed 5 photo collage software as well as PixelApp’s Magic Collage and Photovisi. Today, we are going to […]

How to Use FaceTime For Mac to Chat with Friends & Family

How to Use FaceTime For Mac to Chat with Friends & Family

For years Mac users have been using Mac OS X’s integrated chat software iChat to video chat with friends and family that have Macs as well, or Skype to video chat across platforms. Now, with Apple’s FaceTime for Mac, you can video chat from your Mac with friends or family members like never before… while they’re […]

Christmas Week Special: IM+ Pro For Android Free Giveaway

Christmas Week Special: IM+ Pro For Android Free Giveaway

Christmas is just few days away and we have prepared a series of free gifts for you. In this week, we will be giving out several free giveaway. Stay tune! There are no lack of Instant Messaging apps in the Android market. A quick search will yield apps like eBuddy, Meebo, IMO, IMEasy etc. IM+ […]

How to Stream Flash Videos on Your iPhone With iOSFlashVideo

How to Stream Flash Videos on Your iPhone With iOSFlashVideo

One of the most common concerns when you are browsing the internet using your iPhone is how to stream flash videos. Over time, many iPhone app developers start to introduce their own version of applications that enable you to watch flash movies and video clips. Now, there is another way of watching or streaming flash […]

How to Upgrade Your Dropbox to Version 1.0 in Ubuntu

How to Upgrade Your Dropbox to Version 1.0 in Ubuntu

The Dropbox team has recently updated its popular Dropbox software to version 1.0 and shedded its beta tag. This newest version comes with selective sync (choosing which folders to sync on each computer), better bandwidth utilization and memory usage. In Windows/Mac, you just have to download the respective software and uninstall it in your system […]

How To Schedule Microsoft Security Essential To Work At Night

How To Schedule Microsoft Security Essential To Work At Night

While there are plenty of anti-virus suite around, Microsoft Security Essential (MSE) is fast becoming one of the most popular security suite for end-users. The main reasons for its success is because it is free, lightweight and it just works. Being developed, endorsed and maintained by Microsoft also help. In MSE, one of the useful […]

48ers: Real Time Search Engine For Social Networks

48ers: Real Time Search Engine For Social Networks

Everything these days is geared toward social. Whether it is an application for the web or mobile, there will always be a way to share information with others. Because of the digital trend toward the social aspect of the web, it is natural there would be applications to help you search and track information on […]

Android App Review: Google Reader

Android App Review: Google Reader

I have been an avid user of Google’s RSS reader for quite some time. Since I bought my smartphone, I was able to view my RSS feeds on the phone’s browser through Google Reader. Owning an Android phone means that I have become accustomed to using Google branded applications for most of the things I […]

Ubuntu as Intended. My Experience Of Using the ‘Default’ Ubuntu

Ubuntu as Intended. My Experience Of Using the ‘Default’ Ubuntu

Like many so-called “power users”, the first thing I do after installing Linux is customize it. I set it to my preferred desktop settings, applications and configuration because I know what I like, and I normally go to great lengths to get it just right. Recently, after setting up a new Ubuntu Maverick install for […]

Synapse: A Useful Zeitgeist-based Application Launcher

Synapse: A Useful Zeitgeist-based Application Launcher

If you have used Gnome-Do in Linux, you will find some resemblance in Synapse. The user-interface is the same – activate the launcher, type the search term, press Enter to execute. The only difference is that Synapse makes use of the Zeitgeist engine to display your search result. An appropriate description would be: Synapse is […]

Humble Indie Bundle 2 Is Back

Humble Indie Bundle 2 Is Back

Remember the Humble Indie Bundle where you can play any price you want for 5 great indie games? Well, it have returned again, with more exciting games. Humble Indie Bundle 2 now comes with Braid, Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos and Revenge of the Titan. For those who have not heard of the Humble Indie Bundle, […]

Configuring Places, Bookmarks, and Locations in KDE

Configuring Places, Bookmarks, and Locations in KDE

Part of the free software experience is having the freedom to setup your workspace the way you want it. KDE, the popular free software compilation for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems, offers a plethora of configuration and customization options. Among those options are a number of methods for accessing files quickly and easily.

How to Hactivate Your iPhone with Subscriber Artificial Module (SAM)

How to Hactivate Your iPhone with Subscriber Artificial Module (SAM)

What does hactivate mean? Perhaps many of the iPhone users do not know what hactivation means. Others may think of it as jailbreak. But no, hactivation is not jailbreaking. To hactivate is to open or unlock your iPhone for other mobile operators or carriers. For example, you bought your iPhone from O2, it follows that […]