Right-click Your Way To Productivity With Quick Cliq

Right-click Your Way To Productivity With Quick Cliq

For those of you who work on a computer for a living, efficiency is always in the back of your mind. While many applications are out there to help, many of them require you to change your habits. Quick Cliq makes a minor adjustment to something you already do hundreds of times a day. By […]

How to Install VLC-Shares In Ubuntu And Stream Videos to Android

How to Install VLC-Shares In Ubuntu And Stream Videos to Android

VLC, without a doubt, is the best media player around. Not only is it able to play almost any file format, it is also able to stream audio/video from the Web and transcode on the fly. VLC-share is a web implementation of VLC streaming and transcoding that allows you to stream (and transcode) your videos […]

Increase Your Phones Battery Life With JuiceDefender [Android]

Increase Your Phones Battery Life With JuiceDefender [Android]

Smartphones have become like mini-computers, however a prevailing problem for all mobile devices is the short battery life. Sometimes I am unable to get through the day on a single charge. The problem with smartphones is that there are a lot of different features that can increase battery consumption. However, it is impractical to disable […]

Daily Tech Deals (25th Feb 2011)

Daily Tech Deals (25th Feb 2011)

Are you looking to buy your next tech toys, computers, laptops, accessories or any other tech stuffs? Are you spending all your time and efforts comparing different sites just to find out the best deal in town? Look no further, we have scoured the web to locate the best tech deals for you. Computers & […]

Gladinet Cloud Desktop 3 Review + Free Giveaway

Gladinet Cloud Desktop 3 Review + Free Giveaway

Gladinet is one of the best application to connect you from your desktop to the cloud. Last year about this time, we talked about how you can use it to backup and sync your Google Documents. A year later, which is now, they have released a new version of their Gladinet Cloud Desktop which brings […]

How to Limit Application CPU Usage In Windows

How to Limit Application CPU Usage In Windows

Previously, when we discussed the way to limit CPU usage of any process in Linux, many of you were asking how you can achieve the same effect in Windows. So here is it, the way to manage your application CPU usage in Windows. There are several ways that you can do so, but the easiest […]

How to Remotely Control KTorrent

How to Remotely Control KTorrent

KTorrent is KDE’s BitTorrent client that has a uniquely useful plugin allowing users to connect and add torrents remotely using a web browser. In a previous post, we gave you a taste of what Ktorrent can do. Today, you will learn how to start Ktorrent remotely, add torrents from URLs or file uploads, and make […]

Flexamail Lets You Surf The Web In Your Inbox

Flexamail Lets You Surf The Web In Your Inbox

There are so many software in the World Wide Web and the last thing that we will need is to have yet another email inbox to check. However, if you have difficulty surfing the Web, accessing your Twitter or Facebook, and you can’t kick those habits, Flexamail has got one of the best solution around, […]

Daily Tech Deals (22nd Feb 2011)

Daily Tech Deals (22nd Feb 2011)

Are you looking to buy your next tech toys, computers, laptops, accessories or any other tech stuffs? Are you spending all your time and efforts comparing different sites just to find out the best deal in town? Look no further, we have scoured the web to locate the best tech deals for you. Computers & […]

How to Manage Ruby Installations Easily with RVM

How to Manage Ruby Installations Easily with RVM

Those unfamiliar with software development may be surprised at how many so-called grey areas there can be. Even if you know you want to write, say, a Rails app, you’ve got several more specific decisions to make. What database should you use? Which version of Ruby? Which gems should be installed? Will it conflict with […]

How to Access Network Files From Your iPad

How to Access Network Files From Your iPad

iPad is almost everything you need. It is a music player, an ebook reader, a smart browsing tool, a news reader and everything else, except that it is NOT a true blue computer and it won’t ever perform like one. You can’t even view the file structure in your iPad, let along viewing and accessing […]

How to Use Your iPhone As A Wireless Hotspot

How to Use Your iPhone As A Wireless Hotspot

I have written a tutorial on how to tether your iPhone last year to be able to share your internet connection with other devices. The article was a quick rundown of two applications (TetherMe and MyWi) that you can use although I have never gone deeper enough. I was able to get hold of a […]

Free Studio: One Multi-Purpose Converter To Rule Them All

Free Studio: One Multi-Purpose Converter To Rule Them All

We convert media types from one format to another nearly every day. Whether we are about to transfer a song to our portable media player, upload a video to YouTube, or size down an image by changing its format, we have to go through a format conversion process. Usually for different types of media conversions, […]

Google Shortcuts Accesses All Google Services In One Click

Google Shortcuts Accesses All Google Services In One Click

Are you a googler? Well, you may not be an employee of Google, but I am sure you have used at least one Google services. If you are like me, who are using multiple Google products (from Google search engine, to Gmail, Docs, Calendar, Reader, Picasa and many more), you will appreciate the beauty of […]

How to Save Attachment From Gmail For Android

How to Save Attachment From Gmail For Android

The Gmail for Android app is pretty well integrated with the phone. You can read, sync, compose (using different addresses), access labels, star your mail and there is even the Priority Inbox feature. One thing that it didn’t do well is the ability for the users to download the file attachments to your SD card. […]

How to View Past Notifications In Ubuntu

How to View Past Notifications In Ubuntu

The NotifyOSD in Ubuntu does a good job in providing a growl like notification bubble when new event arrive. This is useful if you are always on your computer. If you leave your PC and new notification appears and gone, you won’t be able to know that what you have missed when you return. Recent […]