The open-source WebOS project from HP may not be as popular as Android or iOS, but it is definitely still active and surviving. For those who are keen to test it without having a TouchPad, here is how you can run the WebOS emulator in Linux.
While there are many wallpaper changing app for Linux, most of them are similar, do their job (changing the wallpaper) well and don’t seem interesting enough to warrant a review here. Slidewall is yet another wallpaper changer that comes with support for live wallpaper. It is pretty cool, I must say. Check it out.
The time will always arrive when your eyes are failing and you need to go for a eye checkup, but before you do that, why not do your own eye test with your iPhone? Yes, there are apps for that.
We’ve all been in meetings where presentations were drier than your morning toast. Why not step up your presentations with PowToon, a presentation tool that allows you to create animated presentations simply by dragging and dropping elements to your slides.
To protect your images from being stolen, the common practice is to embed a watermark onto it that shows your site’s URL. While this can be effective, it can be tedious too. Batch Marker is an image editing software that allows you to add watermarks to a batch of image files quickly and easily. And yes, we have a giveaway event for it.
Are you feeling nostalgia, particularly for the old DOS game you played during your childhood? Here are some ways to play your old DOS game again in Linux.
Are you just as frustrated at the lack of a Start menu as I am? Do you find it inconvenient to be forced to enter the Metro UI (the one with all the little squares) every time you want to get somewhere you’d rather go through the desktop for? How about some applications that could bring the Start menu back?
iCloud is very useful for storing backup, but if you don’t monitor it, it could run wild and fill up your available storage space very quickly. Through the Settings app, you can monitor and manage your iCloud account.
Gmail doesn’t has a mail merge feature by default. Here is how you can easily create and send a mail merge in Gmail, using GDrive and Google Script.
There are many features of Mountain Lion that were too small to advertise or show off. Today, we will unlock the secrets of Mountain Lion and show you what you’ve been missing out on.
Do you know you can easily setup your own document versioning system without the need of GDrive and Dropbox? Subversion (SVN) is all you need. Here is how you set it up in Linux
As the date for Windows 8’s release draws near, many people are starting to wonder if they should upgrade to this newer version. Today, we’re going to discuss what you should know before upgrading so you can prepare your PC beforehand.
Many Ubuntu users felt the need to group similar applications together in the Unity launcher to save some space. Ubuntu doesn’t comes with the ability for you to group apps together, but With Drawers, you can do so with ease.
Waking up to an alarm is no fun but we need to do it sometimes. Here are 5 alarm clock apps for Android that make waking up a tad more fun.
There are several new features in Mountain Lion and one of the more useful, but often overlooked is the voice and dictation features. Today, we will take the time to look at what both features include, how to effectively use Dictation, and how to find amazing value in voice.
Microsoft has never wanted to add tabbed interface in their Windows Explorer application, even though it is very useful. TabExplorer is one addon that adds colorful tabs to Windows Explorer and makes it easier for us to identify which tab we want to open.
Have you ever why the mascot for Linux is a penguin and why is it call “Tux”? We have the answer here, and surprisingly, there is a lot more about the penguin than you know.
Procrastination and time-wasting are two of the greatest problems when it comes to being productive. SlimTimer is a good time tracking solution that is both easy of use, and has the ability to be made accountable to someone else.