Snippet: How to Manually Upgrade Your Nexus One to Android 2.2 (Froyo)

Snippet: How to Manually Upgrade Your Nexus One to Android 2.2 (Froyo)

Update: Google has stated that this version of Froyo firmware is not the official version for your phone. Therefore, this method of manual update is no longer valid. Nexus one owner, in case you are still not aware, Google has released the latest version of Android 2.2 (Froyo) in the Google I/O Conference. Some of you […]

7 Ways to Protect Your Gmail Account From Getting Hacked

7 Ways to Protect Your Gmail Account From Getting Hacked

Email is the most invaluable asset of anyone’s identity on the web. You use email everyday and have all the important information stored in your inbox. All your social networking accounts, website registrations, Paypal accounts etc are connected and controlled by your email and thus it makes sense to completely secure your Gmail account and […]

4 Other Online Storage Options That Are NOT Dropbox

4 Other Online Storage Options That Are NOT Dropbox

It is usually easier to have things backed up or stored in the clouds than it is to remember to back up your important info. Personally, I have a weekly backup set for my laptop, but do I remember to have the app running and my external hard drive plugged in every Tuesday? Nope. Because […]

4 Useful Chrome Extensions To Spice Up Your Browsing Experience

4 Useful Chrome Extensions To Spice Up Your Browsing Experience

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer had an almost vice like grip on the browser market till a few years back and then Firefox came along and a lot of us geeky types moved to it, not only for the superior browsing experience, but also for the huge number of really awesome extensions available for the browser that […]

How to Run Multiple Instances of Dropbox in Windows 7

How to Run Multiple Instances of Dropbox in Windows 7

There is really no doubt about the usefulness of Dropbox. You can backup your files to the cloud and sync your documents across various computers/operating system/devices. While everything is good about it, the bad thing is that you can’t access multiple Dropbox accounts on the same computer simultaneously. There are plenty of reasons why most […]

Free Giveaway: iCare Data Recovery Software

Free Giveaway: iCare Data Recovery Software

Thanks to the team from iCare Recovery team, we got another free software giveaway for all of you. Today free giveaway is iCare Data Recovery. iCare Data Recovery Software is dedicated in most frequently data recover like formatted hard drive, MBR (Mast Boot Record) corrupted, bad boot sector, drive inaccessible, partition unreadable, partition deleted, software […]

8 Sites to Find Stunning Wallpapers For Your Desktop

8 Sites to Find Stunning Wallpapers For Your Desktop

If there is one thing which adds a personal touch to your computer, it’s the Wallpaper on your desktop. Wallpapers breathe life in a desktop and sets the right mood for computing. There is a wallpaper for everyone – may be you are a writer, a designer, a student, a musician, a teacher or a […]

How To Make the Most of Dropbox – Part I

How To Make the Most of Dropbox – Part I

Dropbox is a file syncing and backup application. Files in the “My Dropbox” folder are synced to the cloud and are then accessible from a wide range of devices, including the iPhone and Android. What initially attracted me to Dropbox was the fact that it was one of the few file syncing applications that worked […]

Free <strike>Giveaway</strike> Software Download: Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition

Free Giveaway Software Download: Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition

We just received a tip off from Easeus that they are offering their latest release of Data Recovery Wizard for FREE. Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition is a powerful data recovery software that allows you to recover 1 GB data free of charge. It solves all data loss problems – recover files emptied from Recycle […]

Rekonq: A Quick Glance At Kubuntu Next Default Browser

Rekonq: A Quick Glance At Kubuntu Next Default Browser

The talk of the town is that the next version of Kubuntu (10.10, codenamed Maverick Meerkat) will have a new default browser, replacing Konqueror, the longtime KDE favorite. The replacement browser may very well be Rekonq, a browser that could be viewed as a next-generation approach to Konqueror. At first glance, Rekonq’s interface design looks […]

Reviews Of The Linux Torrent Clients

Reviews Of The Linux Torrent Clients

Bittorrent is the clear leader when it comes to efficiently distributing large files online. Just about any media site or Linux distribution offers files as torrents, and there are several options when it comes to the client you use to download those files. So many, in fact, that it can quickly become overwhelming when you […]

Free Giveaway: Advanced SystemCare Pro

Free Giveaway: Advanced SystemCare Pro

We just received a tip off from IObit that they are celebrating their 5th anniversary and is giving off their Advanced SystemCare PRO Edition for FREE for a limited time. Advanced SystemCare PRO provides an always-on, automated, all-in-one PC Healthcare Service with anti-spyware, privacy protection, performance tune-ups, and system cleaning capabilities. This powerful and award-winning […]

Eltima: Advanced Flash Player For Mac + Free Giveaway

Eltima: Advanced Flash Player For Mac + Free Giveaway

Mac users, have you ever come across sites with impressive flash videos and wish that you can download them and play them in your desktop? Or perhaps you are doing a flash project and wish to have some flash files on hand for inspirations and references? What about taking a screenshot at a particular timeframe […]

Snippet: How to Install Fonts In Ubuntu

Snippet: How to Install Fonts In Ubuntu

While Ubuntu comes with its own set of fonts, it is still lacking in both quantity and quality. For developers and designers who need to work with creative works, there will be times where you need to install new fonts in your Ubuntu system. Luckily, it is not too difficult to do it. Here’s how: