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8 Things Back To The Future Part II Predicted Correctly

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8 Things Back To The Future Part II Predicted Correctly

I believe it’s fairly safe to say that the Back To The Future trilogy holds a special place in every geek’s heart. In Part II, Doc and Marty travelled forward in time to the year 2015 and the filmmakers made several bold futuristic predictions. With just over two years before October 2015, let’s see what the film predicted correctly.

14-07-2013
8 Things Back To The Future Part II Predicted Correctly
Know What Software To Uninstall With Should I Remove It?

Windows

Know What Software To Uninstall With Should I Remove It?

Here at MakeUseOf, we’ve put out many articles reviewing and highlighting software that allows you to completely and cleanly uninstall applications from your system. One issue many of you run into is not knowing which of your installed programs are essential. When you buy a new PC, it’s going to come with at least one or two pre-installed programs that you will want to remove immediately. You need a way to tell apart bloatware from useful software. Should I Remove It? will tell you just that.

14-07-2013
Know What Software To Uninstall With Should I Remove It?
4 Things You Didn’t Know About BitTorrent

Internet

4 Things You Didn’t Know About BitTorrent

What do you think of when you hear the word “BitTorrent”? It probably depends on who you are. If you’re an average Internet user, you think of free stuff. If you’re the president of a large multimedia corporation you think of pirates, grabbing your goodies without paying. And if you’re not technically inclined, you think of the magical way in which your tech-savvy friends find all that great stuff they didn’t pay for.

13-07-2013
4 Things You Didn’t Know About BitTorrent
Don’t Want To Pay For Red Hat Linux? Try CentOS Instead

Linux

Don’t Want To Pay For Red Hat Linux? Try CentOS Instead

In case you don’t know already, most of the web is powered by Linux — Facebook, Twitter, Google, and a vast majority of other major Internet sites use Linux for their servers. While server administrators can choose between multiple distributions for their enterprise or server setups, the primary leader of these distributions is Red Hat. However, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL for short, costs a lot of money in support fees. If RHEL interests you but money is an issue, then it’s almost a given to try CentOS.

13-07-2013
Don’t Want To Pay For Red Hat Linux? Try CentOS Instead
Check-In Much? 6 Interesting Uses For Your Foursquare Data

Android

Check-In Much? 6 Interesting Uses For Your Foursquare Data

Foursquare is one of those apps that you either love or hate, and many feel it is just another part of the oversharing culture of our online Instagram, Facebook and Twitter lives, where everything we do finds a home on the Internet. While there is something to be said for cautious (or private) Foursquare sharing, there is also something to be said for harnessing all that data that you’re saving. Here are six ideas that will help you put all those check-ins to good use.

13-07-2013
Check-In Much? 6 Interesting Uses For Your Foursquare Data
11 Video Game Personalities To Follow On Twitter

Gaming Internet

11 Video Game Personalities To Follow On Twitter

Today, we are going to focus on video game personalities you can follow on Twitter. Plenty of journalists, developers, and brands post on Twitter all the time, and each one brings something interesting to the table. Sure, you can simply read video game articles to keep up with the latest video game news, but if you want a more candid view from the people in the industry, Twitter is the place to turn. Follow these people, and you will be happy you did.

13-07-2013
11 Video Game Personalities To Follow On Twitter
TouchCast Enables You to Create Powerful Interactive Videos on Your iPad

iPhone and iPad

TouchCast Enables You to Create Powerful Interactive Videos on Your iPad

In the tradition of video production apps like Videolicious, Video Star, and Socialcam, the recently released free iPad-only app TouchCast helps you create and post interactive videos from your iPad 2 or later. Those of us familiar with creating YouTube videos using desktop programs like iMovie, ScreenFlow, or Camtasia know how powerful non-linear timeline productions can be and TouchCast brings another solution to the table. The app uses the iPad’s built-in camera, a useful collection of widgets and a timeline editor to help users produce video productions almost on the fly.

13-07-2013
TouchCast Enables You to Create Powerful Interactive Videos on Your iPad
Atom Launcher, Reviewed: Your Next Android Launcher?

Android

Atom Launcher, Reviewed: Your Next Android Launcher?

I am not the kind of user who jumps to a different Android launcher every week. I’ve been using Nova Launcher for nearly a year now, I think – and before, I was using Go Launcher (and featured themes for it) even longer. That doesn’t mean I don’t occasionally become curious when an interesting contender shows up – and Atom Launcher is just such an alternative. What makes it interesting, to me, is that it’s not another clone.

12-07-2013
Atom Launcher, Reviewed: Your Next Android Launcher?
Tips For Fixing Common Windows Phone 8 Issues

Tips For Fixing Common Windows Phone 8 Issues

Windows Phone 8: a great platform that is fast, slick and responsive. Most of the time. Windows Phone 8 is an improvement over Windows Phone 7, but while I enjoy its responsiveness, the ease with which I can perform particular tasks quickly and the way the OS syncs with SkyDrive, I’m more than aware that this is a platform with a few notable bugs. I’ve already looked at improving battery life on Windows Phone 8 and here are several more fixes for the most common issues.

12-07-2013
Tips For Fixing Common Windows Phone 8 Issues
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