Transferring large files is never easy, be it on the desktop or mobile. If you want to send large files from your Android phone, here are some apps you can use.
Twitter announced that they would be discontinuing Vine “in the coming months.” Vine users can check out these Vine alternatives and start switching now.
If you like to share tidbits of quotes, and other useful information from blog posts or websites, Micro Sharing for Chrome will make this task easier for you.
If you want to try a faster way to share web content online, you might want to try an extension for Google Chrome called Cortex.
If you’re a Bing search user, you’ll be pleased to know that they’ve just recently added a tiny new feature to their Bing Images search results – Bing’s new Pin It button. Now you can pin images to Pinterest right from the actual image on the search results page.
There are so many social networks out there and only so much time in the day to share to them all. With the Extended Share for Google+ extension for chrome, you can share to multiple social networks from the comfort of Google+.
Instagram for Android is a HUGE hit. With something like 5 million downloads in the first week, it’s like people forgot there are other camera applications out there. LIke anything out there, the most popular option isn’t always the best option. Other Android camera applications offer some really cool features and effects to make your […]
Virtual storage space is getting really inexpensive these days. There are a lot of services popping up with free space to store your stuff. While some cloud storage services have a desktop application, Hopper is all on the web. In addition to being all web-based, uploading is drag and drop making it that much easier. […]
For all of you who have implemented the social sharing buttons on your blog/website, don’t you wish that you can track the traffic generated from the clicks of these buttons? You can’t do that in the past, but with the new social tracking feature in Google Analytics, you can do it now. By adding a […]
It seems that when developers of photo sharing websites plan their designs, they either have the computer user or the smartphone user in mind. Take Flickr for instance; it is the ideal photo sharing website for computer users where Instagram is the ideal photo sharing application for iPhone users. What is required is a tool […]
Thanks to the web, the other parts of the world are becoming more accessible for everything from sharing your family pictures, to having employees scattered all over the globe. One of the challenges of having a remote workforce is – how the heck can you organize even the most basic meeting? When collaborating with multiple […]
A remote desktop sharing session allows users to share their computer screen with any other user, both having an active internet connection. The general way to start a remote session is to install a remote desktop software at both host and client end. Next, the host sends his identity to the client (in most cases […]
If you use multiple computers at your workplace, you know how frustrating it is to share data across them. Either you have to use a removable drive or you have to set up a home or small office network connection between both computers and share files, documents, screenshots etc. After you have set up the […]
It’s true that professional photographers won’t replace their DSLR with cell phone anytime soon (or ever), but the quality of phone cameras today has become so much better than it used to be that we can’t just ignore them. Some even have the quality that put entry-level point and shoot camera into shame. Aside from […]
I bought an Amazon Kindle some time back and posted an article about some of the basic tips and tricks all Kindle users should know about. Having used the Kindle for a while it is clear that while it’s book reading functions take precedence, its creators decided to imbue it with a number of features […]
There are no shortage of choices when it comes to online photo album. Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, Skydrive and even Dropbox comes with a photo album feature. The market sure seems crowded, but few of these sites come with the ability to allow others to contribute – in a ridiculously simple way. Yogile is one of […]
Those who use file sharing services on a regular basis know only too well that downloading files from these services can be a very daunting task. But most of us stuck in this “hate ’em but need ’em” kind of relationship and can’t break free. Luckily, others hate the problem as much as we do […]