Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Beta 1 Review And Screenshots Tour

Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Beta 1 Review And Screenshots Tour

In case you are still not aware, Canonical (the team behind Ubuntu) has released the first beta of Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric. There are several new additions to the family, notably the revamp of the Ubuntu Software Center and the replacement of the Evolution with Thunderbird. Follow us for the full review and screenshots tour of […]

Creating Multiple Photo Albums on iPad and iPhone

Creating Multiple Photo Albums on iPad and iPhone

One of the most frustrating things about the iOS software has to be the lack of organization of photos, and that goes for both the iPad and the iPhone. They can do such incredible things with the OS X software with identifying faces and locations to better organize in iPhoto, so why not have all […]

6 Tips To Make Google Reader Easier To Use

6 Tips To Make Google Reader Easier To Use

RSS readers are immensely useful tools for more than just keeping up with your favorite sites. In the past we have talked about different tools to use your Google reader. Some were about bettering your reading experience with Google Reader. I know I use Google Reader to catch up on my favorite sites. The hard […]

How to Create a Video from your Photos

How to Create a Video from your Photos

I stumbled onto this one when looking for something I could use to add a little something to the visual nature of my company’s website. Animoto is a start-up that heralds from New York City and aims to turn your photos (and video clips) into a beautiful animated slide-show complete with music. Many people have […]

4 Great Online Editors For Web Developers

4 Great Online Editors For Web Developers

Whether you’re a professional web developer or someone who maintains their own website(s), chances are you do most of your work on a desktop or laptop. Which makes sense, seeing as how there are any number of great web development tools for various operating systems. But what happens if you need to make some changes […]

Use Mechanig to Easily Clean Up Your Ubuntu Machine

Use Mechanig to Easily Clean Up Your Ubuntu Machine

Usually when we discuss the ways to clean up your Ubuntu system, it will always involve command lines like “autoremove“, “autoclean“, “clean” etc. For those who are not used to the command line, an alternative is to use GUI software to get the things done. One such software is 2ClickUpdate, which we have reviewed earlier. […]

Crave Invoice Review + Free Giveaway [Update: Contest Closed]

Crave Invoice Review + Free Giveaway [Update: Contest Closed]

As I recently learned while trying to start up my own business, finances are hard. REALLY hard. I mean, I’ve written software and compiled custom kernels and built unique Linux systems for years, but trying to track assets and liabilities and equity and invoices and balance sheets… it’s just beyond me, and I need software […]

4 Free iPad Apps to Help Parents Through the School Year

4 Free iPad Apps to Help Parents Through the School Year

Sure, you bought that iPad so that you could use it as an e-reader, watch Netflix, and keep up with your friends on Facebook, but you can also put it to use as a tool to help with parenting your kids through the school year. There are literally thousands of education apps, from education games […]

Mac Maintenance: From Inside and Out

Mac Maintenance: From Inside and Out

There’s no doubt that there have been a lot of updates for Macs lately. Aside from the routine software updates, the new operating system, OS X Lion, has put a hamper on many Apple computers. With systems being stressed, most Macs are crying for a break and hoping for a little maintenance. Aside from cleaning […]

How to Build a Lightweight Linux for your Low-End Laptop

How to Build a Lightweight Linux for your Low-End Laptop

Like many of you, I occasionally come into possession of an older laptop. Usually, it’s something that used to run Windows XP, sometimes even older. You always hear that Linux is supposed to be so great for resurrecting old hardware, but many modern desktop distributions with all their bells and whistles end up chugging along […]

7 Websites to Easily Design Your Logos Online

7 Websites to Easily Design Your Logos Online

A good logo can instantly add value to your brand. But creating a good logo through desktop apps such as Photoshop can be a difficult and time consuming process. Moreover you need to familiarize yourself with the desktop app before you can exploit its best features. Thankfully the case is quite different with web apps […]

A Guide To Mac Gaming

A Guide To Mac Gaming

In the not too distant past, Mac’s were widely regarded as useless for playing games. Though this is something of an overstatement, Apple’s computers were indeed lacking capability and choice for playing games, when compared to their PC counterparts. All this began to change with the introduction of Steam for Mac, which brought a huge […]

Samsung Galaxy S Wifi 4.0 Review

Samsung Galaxy S Wifi 4.0 Review

For the iOS, there is the iPod Touch that you can use like an iPhone, but without the need to sign up for a telco contract. In term of functionality, the iPod Touch can do almost everything that iPhone can, except making call, sending SMS and connect to 3G network, which make it ideal to […]

Share Your Music Easily With MyStream App [iPhone]

Share Your Music Easily With MyStream App [iPhone]

The hardest part about music-sharing is trying to do it legally. Since the onset of the Internet, that’s what has continued to be a challenge. iTunes and other music outlets keep making it harder and harder to share without buying songs. The MyStream App for iPhone aims to change all that, to give you an […]