An enormous list of the best websites on the Internet, in fourteen handy categories. These are considered to be the top-of-the-line sites that will get you what you need.
Firefox 35 introduces a cross-platform video chat service called Firefox Hello, lets users beta-test the new Firefox Marketplace, and also bakes in social sharing on the web.
Skynet is coming, and it's going to be incredibly popular. New AI technologies are emerging that will chance the way we live, play, and work,
Kanye West and Sir Paul McCartney collaborated on a new track. You'll totally believe what happened next.
If you've got a brand-new smartwatch, here are the must-have apps to install right away.
You have a lot of tabs open, many of them important, but not important right now. With a few extensions, you can close those tabs right now and set them to auto-open later.
Reddit has been cracking down on the more useless and spam-heavy bots that float around the website. The three we introduce here are nothing like that. They serve a useful purpose.
Microsoft Word is deceptively simple. You are fine as long as you fire up a document and just type. But Microsoft Word wouldn't be the Swiss knife it is without its productive features.
Customizing your Android device isn't only for the tech savvy. Learn how to get the most out of your unrooted Android phone or tablet!
If you never get through the tasks that need to be done, you need to prioritize your to-do lists. Try the simple 1-3-5 productivity method with a new web app called Laterbox.
Samsung wants BlackBerry, Google reveals Project Ara, Facebook restricts violence, Lightroom Mobile on Android, MySpace isn't dead, and why you should never rely on your smartphone alarm.
There are some of the apps which make sure you don't miss any important birthdays or dinner dates. Some also give reminders when you reach a certain place.
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Are you prepared? Or are you, like so many other ignoramuses, completely blanking the impending danger from your mind? Wake up and smell the corpses, dear boys and girls.
Our smartphones have replaced a lot of commons items, but is that really for the best?