We live in a multiscreen world. What’s a multiscreen world, you ask?
We asked, and the discussion threw up a long list of long-forgotten programs that someone, somewhere, still uses to this day.
Are you a creative person? Perhaps you’re a fiction author, or an investigative journalist? Monetizing your work is tricky. Here are four of the best ways to monetize content without an inch of advertising.
Chrome has support for system-wide keyboard shortcuts. If you install an app that uses media keys, like Google Play Music for Chrome, it will hijack those media keys. But this can be fixed!
You’ve got your shiny new Linux installation on your system for the first time, and everything seems to working perfectly. Everything, except the Internet. Follow this troubleshooting guide to pinpoint the problem.
Pixlr arrives on the desktop for both Windows & Mac. It has enough features in its kitty to whet the needs of the casual user who wants to get creative with photos.
Thanks to cutting edge Web technologies, exploration of space is now more down to Earth. Make a beginning of your space journey with just the Chrome browser. Here are a few space tools.
While the battle between the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One rages on, a third competitor watches from the sidelines: the Wii U.
Our world is full of big screens and small screens, but the question is this: how do we optimize messages for the small screen? Here are seven tips to keep things clear, concise, and civil.
It can be hard to find unique and interesting items on Etsy. We dug through and found some of the best stuff you can get for $20 or less.
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