logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle triangle-long down mobile-icon
Why Used Games Are Not Evil [Opinion]

Gaming

Why Used Games Are Not Evil [Opinion]

As a casual gamer I rarely buy brand new games. The number I’ve ever bought on launch day can be counted on one hand, though GTA V will be added to that short list soon. I usually buy used games weeks, months, or even years after a title is released. As is my right. Or is it? The used games market is under increasing threat, to the point that it may cease to exist over the next few years.

Dave Parrack January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
Why Used Games Are Not Evil [Opinion]
Can An App Really Help You Sleep Better?

Android

Can An App Really Help You Sleep Better?

I’ve always been a bit of a sleep experimenter, having for much of my life kept a meticulous dream diary and studied as much as I could about sleeping in the process. There are a number of apps now on both iOS and Android that claim to help you sleep better by waking you up at a good time. Let me explain how these apps can make such bold claims, and examine if they actually work. You might be surprised.

James Bruce January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
Can An App Really Help You Sleep Better?
One Reason to Ignore The People Hub: Facebook For Windows Phone

One Reason to Ignore The People Hub: Facebook For Windows Phone

Windows Phone has a great relationship with social networks, integrating Windows Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook into its People hub. This integration means that the user can quickly check statuses, reply to posts and messages, share photos and generally save time by keeping their online social experience centralized. It doesn’t always work this way, however. While these services are integrated into the OS, some of their functions are limited.

Christian Cawley January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
One Reason to Ignore The People Hub: Facebook For Windows Phone
Flipboard Turns The Internet Into A Magazine [iPad]

iPhone and iPad

Flipboard Turns The Internet Into A Magazine [iPad]

The iPad as a device could well be considered the first digital magazine. Its size, orientation, and high resolution screen nearly makes holding and reading it like a traditional paper magazine. And the developers of the magazine app, Flipboard, were probably the first to recognize how the iPad could turn the Internet into a mobile web magazine.

Bakari Chavanu January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
Flipboard Turns The Internet Into A Magazine [iPad]
Quake Spotter – An Easy To Use Way To Track Earthquakes [iOS, Paid Apps Free]

iPhone and iPad

Quake Spotter – An Easy To Use Way To Track Earthquakes [iOS, Paid Apps Free]

Earthquakes can be one of the worst forms of natural disasters. For people who live in an area where earthquakes are common, they are a constant threat of which people need to be wary. Some earthquakes have been among the most devastating events in history. It’s one of those things that you try not to think about, but the fact is, you need to be prepared if you live in an area where an earthquake could strike.

Dave LeClair January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
Quake Spotter – An Easy To Use Way To Track Earthquakes [iOS, Paid Apps Free]
Easily Share Free Books With Your Friends Using Ownshelf

Internet

Easily Share Free Books With Your Friends Using Ownshelf

Browse the books your friends are reading – or share collections with your friends. You and your friends can download the books to read later. It’s called Ownshelf and it’s intended to be a way for friends to share freely distributable books. So this is a great tool that may or may not end up being abused by pirates – much like the Internet itself. But enough background: let’s see just how Ownshelf works.

Justin Pot January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
Easily Share Free Books With Your Friends Using Ownshelf
Inspiring Interviews: 7 Websites With Intelligent Conversations To Expand Your Mind

Internet Self Improvement

Inspiring Interviews: 7 Websites With Intelligent Conversations To Expand Your Mind

Intelligent picks from the vast web can refresh and inspire our day. And what could be more inspiring than taking a peek into the lives of both ordinary and extraordinary people with insights. Maybe, you can find some sliver of usefulness in the conversations of these achievers. Look upon this as interviews or a talkfest of ideas.

Saikat Basu January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
Inspiring Interviews: 7 Websites With Intelligent Conversations To Expand Your Mind
How To Easily Create Stunning Infographics Using Infogr.am

Internet

How To Easily Create Stunning Infographics Using Infogr.am

Infographics have become an incredibly popular way to display bite-sized bits of information in easy to consume forms of charts, graphics and more. It usually takes quite a bit of designer know-how, patience and some pretty pricey software to get the job done, but thankfully there are quite a few services that aim to make that process a little easier. We’ve already covered Ease.ly and Visual.ly. Now we’re adding Infogr.am to the mix.

Nancy Messieh January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
How To Easily Create Stunning Infographics Using Infogr.am
1 1,542 1,543 1,544 1,545 1,546 1,547 1,548 1,549 1,550 1,551 1,552 3,395