Do you have plenty of online accounts and find it hard to manage? Cloudkafe is a service that allows you to access all your cloud accounts from a single location.
Ads, while they pay the bills for site owners and app developers, can sometime annoy the end user. Luckily, eliminating the majority of the ads on your Android is a lot easier than you might think. Here is how you can do so.
What should you do when a Windows 8 app stop functioning the way it should? Sometimes these apps can just stop working and you have no idea what is wrong. Here are some ways you can use to troubleshoot a broken app in Windows 8.
Are you looking for ways to improve your battery life in Android phone? Here is one method that can auto-toggle your Internet connection when the screen is OFF so it won’t drain your battery unnecessarily.
If you are a Linux user and own an Android 4.0+ device (such as Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus etc), you will know that you can’t just plug in your device and have it detected by the PC. Here is how you can get your Android device to connect with Ubuntu.
Be the envy of all your geekiest friends by using command-line programs to access your favorite sites and online tools. In the first part of this series, we will show you how to update your status on Facebook and Twitter via the command line. Let’s go!
Evernote is really good, why not integrate it to your WordPress site as well? Here are two different methods to integrate Evernote into your WordPress site. Here we’re gonna talk about two different types of Evernote plugins for WordPress. One lets you share information as a blog post, and the other is a Evernote clipping tool for your readers.
Windows 8 comes with very little taskbar customization option. If you are looking to personalize your desktop and taskbar settings, here is how you can tweak and customize Windows 8 taskbar, with the help of 7+ Taskbar Tweaker.
If you are getting the missing kernel headers error while compiling your packages, here is how you can install the kernel headers for your latest kernel.
Google+ has a new feature – communities. They’re much like groups on Facebook and can be public or private. Learn how to create your own communities now!
Google Maps app is now available in the iOS app store. It is interesting to see how it performs and if it is any better than the previous Maps app.
Eisenhower is a productivity app for iOS that helps to prioritize & get things done quickly. It also helps you to focus, schedule, and delegate tasks. Check it out!
Are you looking for a faster way to change some of the Mac’s system settings? The fastest way is to use the Terminal. Here are some of the useful Terminal commands to change the system settings and make your Mac better.
RPM is the package management system for many Red Hat based distro. Let find out how RPMs works and how it compares with the “Ubuntu way” of managing software.
We’ve seen tons and tons of screen savers that just fill your screen with a bunch of random graphics. If you want something that will give you added functionality, here are a few free Windows screen savers here that will have you clicking the “Preview” button just to keep seeing them.
For Linux and Open Source geeks, if you are a podcasts lover, here is my list of the top 10 Linux and open-source-related podcasts making the rounds in my media player.
You probably have seen both HTTP and HTTPS appearing in the url and are wondering what they are. In this article, we explain the differences between HTTP and HTTPS and what you should look out for in a supposedly secure site.
Evernote has a desktop syncing client for almost every OS, except for Linux. If you are using for a Linux desktop client for Evernote, Everpad is the one to go.