Have you ever come across a situation where you need to send an email at a particular time but you are not available to compose/send that email at that time? If that is so, you will need a scheduling tool that can help you to send your email at a later time. RightInbox is an […]
The more computing becomes a part of our daily life, the more having a WiFi connection becomes a necessity. For me, that’s become a main factor in determining some of the places I go, especially when I travel. Whether I’m working away from home, or just keeping up with my friends and family via email […]
When you have an Android phone, you use it for many reasons. A lot of times, your Android phone is used for both work and personal. When you are using your phone for business, you are not going to want certain ringtones or backgrounds to be on your phone no matter how funny you think […]
It’s that time again! We’re going to pick questions from our inbox and get a resident expert to look at them and give you the most comprehensive answer to your question. Today, even if computers have become easier to use, there’s still a lot of people confused about certain aspects of their home systems. There are […]
Macworld 2012 was held during the last week of January. The conference involved many changes when compared to the previous Macworld conferences. For example, the conference now has a name change, from Macworld to Macworld – iWorld. This shows the conference’s focus will be a lot more on the growing iDevice market. In the beginning, […]
A lot of you are managing your social media accounts almost continually for your business or blog, and struggle to keep focused on your daily tasks. You sit down at your computer and innocently enough, check your Facebook for updates, catch up on reading some articles from your RSS feed, and find a bunch of […]
If you want to manage your expenses and want to know where you spend your money and how much you spend over the span of a month or a year – check out these below five following applications for iPhone that will help you manage your expenses right from the comforts of your phone.
Windows Phone users have been anticipating the release of Windows 8 for their mobile systems, but don’t really know what to expect. Is Windows 8 going to be the same old Windows Phone operating system we’ve seen since its inception? Or, are we going to see something completely different, as far as carrier and desktop […]
If you are using Ubuntu 11.04 or newer, you may have noticed that there is no longer an easy way to clear your recently opened items. They could have chosen to do this for different reasons like accessibility or convenience. However, there are some people who simply don’t want their recently opened files to be […]
One of the most anticipated features of iOS 5 was the photo editing capabilities. The edits that are now possible in the Photos app are helpful and in some ways plenty, but there are times when more editing is desired, causing a return to a computer to do a more complete job of editing. Most […]
Many people could say that Microsoft had a bit of a difficult year in 2011, but its profits were particularly high regardless, especially with its sales figures for entertainment devices like the XBox. The entertainment side of the business grew by a whopping 45 percent in the last year, but other departments in the company […]
During the normal everyday usage of your Android device, there will be accumulated digital junk files. These may be the cache from all of your Facebook exploits or a really full call log from all of your sales calls. For Android phones with low memory, this digital junk can take up needed space. It is […]
Launchpad is one of the many programs included in OS X Lion. While it is a good concept, many individuals may find it hard to find the value in the application. If you are unfamiliar with the program, Launchpad is just like the home screen of iOS devices. You have all of your applications, spread […]
With the ever-changing world of Linux, you can expect things to be different for no apparent reason. Some changes are good, and some just cause trouble for users. In this case, it can just flat-out be annoying. Most people will instinctively look to the left of the file manager for navigation links, such as back […]
In my work as an IT professional, I’ve recently been encountering a whole swathe of “iertutil.dll” errors on Windows XP machines. I believe this issue is also affecting some Windows Vista installations, however the solutions below are only tested on XP.
There have been a lot of changes to the Find My iPhone app since it became a native app to iOS 5. Under previous iOS systems it was a third party app, and now in its latest native incarnation, it has become even more universal. It now comes as a standard app with iOS 5, […]
Ex.fm is a new social network for audiophiles giving endless options to browse, listen and share songs of their taste. The whole experience offers a new way of finding music.
While Android is based on the Linux kernel, that doesn’t mean it plays well with Linux distro. If you are a proud owner of the Galaxy Nexus, you will find that it doesn’t come with a micro SD-card slot where you can transfer files to and when you connect your phone to your Ubuntu, it […]