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vjay For iPhone: Mix Audio & Videos Like A Pro Using Your Smartphone [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

vjay For iPhone: Mix Audio & Videos Like A Pro Using Your Smartphone [iOS]

VJing has its roots in the 70s when audio and visual performances began to converge and eventually resulted in music video, a trend kickstarted thanks to MTV. Over the last 40 years technology has improved to the point at which we can now mix video and music in HD resolution on a device we carry around every day.

Tim Brookes December 7, 2012
vjay For iPhone: Mix Audio & Videos Like A Pro Using Your Smartphone [iOS]
Move the Box: A Logic-Based Puzzle Game With a Boxy Twist [Android]

Android

Move the Box: A Logic-Based Puzzle Game With a Boxy Twist [Android]

I love puzzle games. I love that I can play them on my Android and I love that there are so many puzzle games available on Google Play. Logic-based puzzle games are the best as my brain can use all of the exercise it can get. There’s always Sudoku and Unblock Me, which are classics, but here’s another classic that deserves recognition. Once you see Move the Box, you’ll recognize it immediately if you’ve been a casual gamer for any period of time.

Joel Lee December 7, 2012
Move the Box: A Logic-Based Puzzle Game With a Boxy Twist [Android]
Need a Disposable Email Address? Try These Great Services

Internet

Need a Disposable Email Address? Try These Great Services

Disposable emails are not a new idea. In fact they’ve been around almost as long as email has (well, almost). In case you’ve never used one, disposable emails are fake email addresses you can give to people you don’t trust, to services you suspect of sharing your address, and on any situation where you don’t want to use your real address. You can either read emails received to this address on a Web interface, or receive them to your real inbox.

Yaara Lancet December 7, 2012
Need a Disposable Email Address? Try These Great Services
3 Archives That Will Bring You Back Into The Days Of GeoCities

Internet

3 Archives That Will Bring You Back Into The Days Of GeoCities

Today, free web hosting is a thing of the past. Major search engines like the aforementioned Yahoo! and Google weren’t such monsters yet, either. You could search for popular keywords and some of the first results would actually be free websites running on GeoCities, made by people just like you and I. Here are some ways to venture back in time and see the remains of one of the coolest internet time capsules ever.

Craig Snyder December 7, 2012
3 Archives That Will Bring You Back Into The Days Of GeoCities
How to Send Sensitive, Secure Emails, Passwords, and Files Without Fear

Internet

How to Send Sensitive, Secure Emails, Passwords, and Files Without Fear

So, here’s a common case: You need to share a password with someone, but if you just email it to them, it’s going to languish in their inbox and be exposed to any future hacker that might gain access to their account. Or perhaps you want to share a longer note, but don’t want to email it for the same reason. No matter your scenario, I’ve rounded up several solid ways to get your data across securely and privately.

Erez Zukerman December 6, 2012
How to Send Sensitive, Secure Emails, Passwords, and Files Without Fear
Vox Is The Sleek, Light-Weight Music Player You’ve Been Waiting For [Mac]

Mac

Vox Is The Sleek, Light-Weight Music Player You’ve Been Waiting For [Mac]

Are you frustrated at how huge and bloated most music-playing software is? The iTunes players of the world are really quite hefty, which is quite unnecessary if all you want to do is play a few tunes. Well, if you’re looking for something small, yet sophisticated for your Mac, you should definitely check out Vox. It’s lightweight, good-looking and has just the right amount of features for a regular music-lover to enjoy. Plus, it’s free.

Angela Alcorn December 6, 2012
Vox Is The Sleek, Light-Weight Music Player You’ve Been Waiting For [Mac]
Ways To Watch TV On Your Nintendo Wii

Gaming

Ways To Watch TV On Your Nintendo Wii

As you’re probably aware, the new Nintendo Wii U has just been launched, which pushes the already low cost of the Nintendo Wii even further down. The result of this is a games console that can be used as the main interface for your home theatre system that can be picked up for under $50 and has access to a wide selection of TV playback services.

Christian Cawley December 6, 2012
Ways To Watch TV On Your Nintendo Wii
Steam Releases Big Picture & Celebrates With Big Sale [Updates]

Gaming

Steam Releases Big Picture & Celebrates With Big Sale [Updates]

Steam wants to be in your living room. To make this happen, the service has officially released a new interface mode known as “Big Picture.” Similar in appearance and function to Windows Media Center, Big Picture is built to be used with a game controller on a 720p or 1080p HDTV. The entire interface has been revised to make Steam features accessible without a keyboard or mouse. This feature was previously available to users who participate in Steam’s beta but it is now available to everyone. It is acquired automatically as part of the latest Steam update and can be launched by clicking the new “Big Picture” icon in the upper right corner of the client.

Matt Smith December 6, 2012
Steam Releases Big Picture & Celebrates With Big Sale [Updates]
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