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Play Gem Miner On Droid For Hours Of Light Entertainment [Android]

Android

Play Gem Miner On Droid For Hours Of Light Entertainment [Android]

You’re probably a busy person, with all sorts of useful things to do with your time. So, what you really need for your Android is the sort of casual game that will suck away several hours at the bat of an eyelid, right? Well, sarcasm aside, casual games are actually a good thing for busy people. It means that when you do have a moment spare, you can get straight into something mindless and fun, letting yourself relax quickly and easily.

Angela Alcorn December 14, 2012
Play Gem Miner On Droid For Hours Of Light Entertainment [Android]
Retire Notepad! Organize All Your Scattered Notes Neatly On ResophNotes [Windows]

Windows

Retire Notepad! Organize All Your Scattered Notes Neatly On ResophNotes [Windows]

Trying out note-taking apps is bit of an obsession. You can make do with the simplest ones around, but can’t avoid taking a look at the next one that arrives with a download link. If you are one of the many like me who still use the humble Notepad (or a Notepad alternative), you could do with some help from ResophNotes. ResophNotes is not a Notepad replacement, but a fast note-taking tool for Windows that offers you organization and backup in a small portable bundle.

Saikat Basu December 14, 2012
Retire Notepad! Organize All Your Scattered Notes Neatly On ResophNotes [Windows]
Build Your Own Dynamic Ambient Lighting For A Media Center

DIY

Build Your Own Dynamic Ambient Lighting For A Media Center

If you watch a lot of movies on your PC or media center, I’m sure you’ve faced the lighting dilemma; do you completely turn off all lights? Do you keep them on full blast? Or do you use a dimmer switch to keep a dull yellow glow somewhere? Well, suffer no more. For less than $100, you can set up an amazing lighting system that’s going to reflect what’s on-screen. Welcome to world of ambient RGB lighting.

James Bruce December 14, 2012
Build Your Own Dynamic Ambient Lighting For A Media Center
iTwin SecureBox Review and Giveaway

Product Reviews

iTwin SecureBox Review and Giveaway

A few months ago, Joshua reviewed the iTwin — an interesting device ($99) which when plugged into a computer, automatically creates an unlimited and secure file sharing network. Now, the iTwin has been updated to include SecureBox, an encryption feature which utilises Dropbox. We’ll take you through iTwin SecureBox and show you exactly how it works. We’re also giving away 5 iTwins at the end of this review! So if you’re into file security and encryption, or if you’re someone who values privacy, you won’t want to miss this giveaway.

Jackson Chung December 14, 2012
iTwin SecureBox Review and Giveaway
What Is THAT? 9 Of The Weirdest Things You Can See On Google Street View

Internet

What Is THAT? 9 Of The Weirdest Things You Can See On Google Street View

I have to say that I have been on some really cool adventures in Google Street View. I’ve strolled down cobblestone streets in Italy, cruised along the mountainous shoreline of northern California, and creeped along the quiet streets of abandoned towns. Every now and then, I will experience a very surreal moment when I spot an extremely odd or unusual object or situation that got captured by the Google Street View team.

Ryan Dube December 14, 2012
What Is THAT? 9 Of The Weirdest Things You Can See On Google Street View
Fotoable Allows You To Organize Your Camera Roll [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

iPhone and iPad

Fotoable Allows You To Organize Your Camera Roll [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

By default, the Camera Roll on iOS is not exactly the most functional part of the mobile operating system. It lets you view your photos, but it does not do it in the most functional and organized way. It just shows you a giant list of photos which is easy enough to scroll through, but it most certainly could be better.

Dave LeClair December 14, 2012
Fotoable Allows You To Organize Your Camera Roll [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]
Upgrading Your PC? Five Ways To Keep The Price Down

DIY

Upgrading Your PC? Five Ways To Keep The Price Down

Making the move to upgrade your PC is exciting for any geek. There’s almost always something bigger or faster available – if only you spend another fifty bucks. This can lead to a slow budget creep that sneaks up to you and then, BAM! You’re spending a lot more than wanted. That doesn’t have to happen. Here are five ways to keep money in your wallet instead of your PC.

Matt Smith December 14, 2012
Upgrading Your PC? Five Ways To Keep The Price Down
Bring Your Photographic Masterpieces To Life With Canon PIXMA Pro [Sponsored]

Bring Your Photographic Masterpieces To Life With Canon PIXMA Pro [Sponsored]

Digital photos are great for sharing and showcasing your masterpieces online. But there’s nothing like flipping through a portfolio, or looking at a beautifully framed shot displayed on the wall. For photographers who want control over their final print, having a Canon PIXMA Pro printer at home or work gives you the wide array of options you need.

Aibek Esengulov December 14, 2012
Bring Your Photographic Masterpieces To Life With Canon PIXMA Pro [Sponsored]
SoundCloud Rolls Out Massive HTML5 Update To Its Service [Updates]

Internet

SoundCloud Rolls Out Massive HTML5 Update To Its Service [Updates]

SoundCloud is the premier website for people to share the music they have created. For a while, SoundCloud has had a new version brewing, and it has been hanging out in a private beta waiting to unleash itself upon the world. What was once a private beta is now available to masses, and it certainly brings some awesome changes to the music sharing website.

Dave LeClair December 14, 2012
SoundCloud Rolls Out Massive HTML5 Update To Its Service [Updates]
Recover Accidentally Deleted Files From Any OS With PhotoRec [Windows, Mac, & Linux]

Linux Mac

Recover Accidentally Deleted Files From Any OS With PhotoRec [Windows, Mac, & Linux]

In June I switched over from a combination of Windows and Linux to pretty much using OS X solely, and being largely familiar with Windows software (and painfully aware of the lack of many Linux alternatives) I had to replace a few oft-used programs with Mac-friendly alternatives. At some point I realised I was bereft of a file recovery tool and it was at that point I discovered PhotoRec.

Tim Brookes December 14, 2012
Recover Accidentally Deleted Files From Any OS With PhotoRec [Windows, Mac, & Linux]
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