The Settings in your iOS device is one important place where you will spend most of your time on configuring the phone. Continuing our series of the beginner guide to iOS, we will show you how to master the Settings in your iOS devices.
Do you like to schedule your tweets so that your Twitter account remains active throughout the day? Are you looking for an easy way to set up a tweet buffer with useful links and information for your followers? Here is how you can do so.
Tired of Facebook birthdays popping up in Mac OS X Mountain Lion? If so, learn how to disable them forever.
Linux is popular with programmers, and for good reason. If you’ve always wanted to learn programming, whether to develop software professionally or just for fun, there’s no better platform to cut your teeth on.
Ever wonder how and why your Linux system can always auto update itself to the latest version? Learn about the basics of the debian package management and how the APT and repositories work in Linux.
Have you noticed some of the cool new screen savers in Mac OS X Mountain Lion? Many of them have nice effects like flashing and rotating colors, moving text and photo slideshows. An elegant alternative to Mountain Lion’s default screen savers is a simple flip clock – appropriately named FlipClock. This screen saver does one thing only: displays the current time. It’s a simple, yet comes in handy and looks nice.
We often feel that the Gmail for Android app is not as good as the desktop Gmail, but if you dig deep enough, you will find plenty of hidden features that can make it as good as the desktop version. And here are 3 hidden features of Gmail for Android that you ought to know.
Can’t figure out how to sign out of the Twitter for iPad app? This short tutorial will show you how.
If you are running a WordPress site, it is important to beef up the security of your site and prevent hackers from entering and wreak havoc. Here is how to protect your WordPress blog with two factor authentication.
If you are not careful, Windows 8 can uses up bandwidth for an enormous amount of its operations and applications and cause you to pay more for the exceeded bandwidth. Here is how you can minimize the damage by using this OS in a stingy network, known as metering.
Use a Chrome extension to display the page title tag at the bottom of any Web page, so that you can see the full title.
Find out the websites that are tracking you on each Web page and what data they want from you.
Grammarly Is a great web app to proofread, check grammar mistakes and plagiarism, but is it worth the steep subscription fee? Let find out.
There are plenty of ways that you can integrate Google Calendar in Ubuntu, but this is the easiest that I have come across so far. Here is how you can add events to google Calendar from the system tray.
You don’t need complicated software to read through text. With SpeakIt, you can easily enable the text-to-speech function in your Chrome browser and have it speak to you.
You may know that you need to set a file permissions of “777” to make it writeable, but do know the meaning of “777” and where it comes from? Read on to find out about the file permissions of Unix system and the origin of “777”.
XBMC is one of the best media center software around and one of its ability is to access and stream media from all sorts of different devices. Let’s suppose you have pictures on your Windows PC, Music in iTunes on a Mac, some ripped DVD’s on your Linux file server, etc. Here’s how to connect your XBMC box to them all.
Internet Explorer is now available in Windows 8. Here are 3 reasons why you should reconsider using it.