Linux is good for almost everything. If you are running a small project that doesn’t require a full Linux distro, Tiny Core Linux is one small barebone Linux distro that boots very fast and comes with options for you to customize it to suit your needs.
iPhone is not the only device that works well with iTunes. With these simple tricks, you can sync your iTunes playlist with your Android phone too. Here is how you can do it.
Although the mouse transformed the computing world when it was inventented, it can actually become somewhat tedious, especially in repetitive operations. One piece of software, however, makes it possible to automate graphical programs by automating mouse clicks in Linux.
If you have noticed, iOS 6 removed the YouTube app and doesn’t provide any replacement. Here’s how you can get your YouTube back and watch video on your iOS devices.
Have you ever wanted to try a web app without dabbling into the installation and configuration? Luckily, Bitnami have stacks for different web apps so you can easily test them out effortlessly. Let check it out.
Now that Apple has finally brought Game Center to the desktop Mac, users can now play against iOS users and vice versa, but just what are the best games to play? Today we present you with a list of the best Game Center games on Mac.
Pinning apps to the taskbar is a bit more complicated in Windows 8. Here is the complete guide to pinning (almost) anything to the taskbar.
While certain emails are important, sometime it can be annoying if you have too much of it all coming at once. A simple trick that you can use to prevent yourself from emails overloading is to increase the mail checking interval so you have time to clear one batch of mails, have a rest, before clearing another batch.
It’s no secret that the new Maps app in the iOS 6 is not up to par. While you can’t get the old app back, you can emulate it via your browser or use some of the third-party maps apps. Here’s the fix.
New Android apps come out every single day. It is almost a full time job keeping up with what’s new. Because it’s kind of our job to keep up on this kind of stuff, here are some of the newest, hottest applications for this week.
If you work from more than one computer, then you probably have a system in place for syncing data between them. TabCloud records and saves your Google Chrome open tabs in real time so you can view them at a later time or on another device. Here’s how it works.
In the quest to become the fastest browser, Google Chrome skipped many features that would slow down its performance. Chrome Toolbox is an extension that you can install to restore these features. Check it out here!
We mentioned how you can use FengOffice to create your own Google Drive. In this article, we will show you how to extend FengOffice to include email handling and doing some simple spreadsheet work.
Chocolatey is the equivalent of “apt” or “yum”, except that it is meant for the Windows OS. If you are a Windows user and are not afraid of the command line, Chocolatey is one good app that allows you to search and install software easily in Windows.
The upcoming Ubuntu 12.10 comes with plenty of new features. If you have missed our review of the beta, check out the top ten new arrivals in Ubuntu 12.10 that should catch your attention.
If you are those who love to actually get out and be social, appoi US for Android allows you to find events based on your location and what you’ve previously liked on Facebook or events you’ve attended.
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The newest Photo Stream upgrade is the ability to create multiple albums you can share, right from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. If you’re on a Mac, you can also share, modify, comment and edit these pictures on Apple’s iPhoto software.