Avast Secure Browser claims that it’s a more secure web brwoser. Is it worth your time, or is it another browser lost among the big three?
Treadmills can be great, but they take up so much room. This makes the Kingsmith WalkingPad A1 Foldable Treadmill an interesting option. Here’s our review.
The Turboant X7 electric scooter is one of the better scooters that we have ridden before, and the detachable battery makes it a better deal than other scooters. Check out our review here.
In this SiteGround review, we ran every test we could to find its performance and determine whether it deserves to host your online business.
Hostgator is one of the biggest and most popular web-hosting providers. In this Hostgator review we tested its server performance and speed to see if it is worth recommending.
The latest release of Gnome 3.18 brings a host of changes and improvements. Here we go over major improvements and how to update to 3.18 or fresh install.
MEGA is a relatively new cloud storage option compared to more established players like Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox. Let’s see how it measures up.
Samsung is capable of producing good smart camera as well. We have got our hands on the Samsung MV900F Smart Camera and it is pretty amazing.
Not too long ago, we’ve reviewed Windows 8 Consumer Preview, a view of what’s to come in Windows 8 when Microsoft will finally release it. We’ve made some points on how the design was elegant, yet there were a few things that might disappoint some users. This time, Microsoft released the Windows 8 Release Preview […]
If you are an Apple fan, you probably know that there is an app for everything. If you are more of a Linux fan, you know that there is a distribution for (almost) everything. Anyways, if you are concerned about your privacy on the Internet or about encryption, Tails is the Linux distro for you. […]
You’ve already gotten a nice sneak-peek at Windows 8’s features from us, but nothing gives you the scoop on Windows 8 better than a review of its consumer preview! I have good news for you: We got our hands on Windows 8’s Consumer Preview and we’ll walk you through everything from the installation to the […]
Another quarter, another superphone. This time it’s the Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus, with its pimped out 4.6” 1280×720 Super AMOLED display and the tasty Ice Cream Sandwich update to Android. How does it stack up to the recent competition, you might wonder, read on to find out!
Linux Mint has always been known as the great alternative to Ubuntu. In fact, after Ubuntu implemented the Unity desktop, many people switched ship and flocked to Linux Mint as their next “easy-to-use and user-friendly” distro. According to DistroWatch, Linux Mint has even overtaken Ubuntu as the most popular distro. Well, that was Linux Mint […]
Remember a time when the most complex aspect of a game was unwrapping the packaging? It was a time when a first-person shooter truly was just about one person doing a whole lot of shooting and not much else. It was a time when RAM was still counted by the megabyte and 1024×768 resolution was […]
I just found a new toy. It’s a Linux distro running a complete desktop, Firefox browser, multimedia utilities, FTP/SSH/IM/torrent/email clients, and a custom package manager… in a 30MB ISO. That’s right, it’s even smaller than Damn Small Linux. It can be run from CD or USB, and once booted it runs entirely from RAM, so […]
After a long wait, Mozilla finally releases version 3.0 of Thunderbird. This latest version of Thunderbird brings much changes and makes it even more powerful than its ancestor. In this article, we take a look at the Thunderbird 3.0 and show you what you are going to expect in this great software. Installation If you […]
A wise man once said that we are not living in the “information” era anymore. We are living in the “filtering the information” era. We are bombarded by the over bloated information available out there that it becomes annoyingly difficult for us to sort the good from the bad. That’s why community-based review sites like […]