Traffic jams are time consuming and frustrating. In NYC more than half of the jams result from a lack of parking spots.
Are you tired of waiting for Firefox to launch? Firefox 3.5 had some serious startup issues.
We’re now well into the second half of 2010. That means the typical summer shopping slump will soon be on its way out and replaced with holiday deals.
Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option).
Most online flight search tools offer quick results about flight schedules and pricing. But this also means that they display bland, boring, and unorganized flight listings.
Your operating system is undoubtedly the most important bit of software you will ever install. Without one, that expensive box of microchips and silicon in the corner is pretty much useless.
YouTube has been pushing upgrades to the site in slow doses (in the form of a nifty, basic editor, for example). Now you can even request auto-captioning of your Youtube videos to reach a larger…
If you are a rap music fan you’ll love this neat little tool. TheRapMap uses Google Maps to show you different locations (clubs, shows, hang outs) where popular rap songs originated from.
Most of us realize that the Internet has enhanced and in many ways changed how businesses are marketed. No longer are they limited to print ads and paper brochures.
YouTube has recently introduced a great “lean back” feature that lets you enjoy videos without much intervention. However, the process doesn’t give you a whole lot of control over your watching experience.
Busy times call for some workarounds. One of the distinct advantages of audio books over its more physical form is that it saves time.
We’ve already given you some tips on how to annoy your followers on Twitter, so we thought we’d turn the tables and take a look at some of the more annoying types of Twitter users.…
What does the acronym API stand for? API means Application Programming Interface and they say that APIs are the underlying aspect of Web 2.0.
Online privacy is a hot-button topic. There are numerous services that we use every day that keep track of our IP address.