For those of us dedicated to going paperless, the ability to scan documents and have the text recognized and converted to text is an essential time saver.
Windows 8 touchscreen users with a love of social networking may wonder what the best options for accessing Facebook are. We've taken a look at the official Facebook app, MINE, Vibe and SocialNV.
What PlayStation Portable games are absolutely essential? We have answered that question for you, with a list of the 10 best PSP games of all time.
What happens when you combine a two week vacation with a busy work life? You'll have a giant project when you return home: emails! Wait - why not automate some of it for you?
The Internet Archive keeps a variety of old content alive on the Web for the future. What kind of content can you dig up, and why should you care? Let's find out.
When iOS 8 arrives sometime in August or September, there's going to be a heap of cool new features to experience.
One of the few pieces of hardware that may cause the most trouble on a Linux system is a printer. If it's supported, it'll take a few steps to get it to work.
If you've ever gone out shopping for PC gaming peripherals, it's likely you would have encountered SteelSeries products.
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Moves – automatically records any walking, cycling, and running you do. You can view the distance, duration, steps, and calories burned for each activity.
Before you set off looking for a job that will make you happy, you need to reflect.
The main reason people still use Facebook is because everyone else uses it. Go figure.
Part one of MakeUseOf's interview with Mike Matei. Mike talks about the origins of The Angry Video Game Nerd, his involvement, and more.
Have you finally decided to upgrade from Windows XP? You will get used to Windows 7 in no time. Let us help you settle in and get up to speed. Follow me.
It's easy to see that 2015 just might be the best year for video games that we've ever had, even rivaling 1998, the year generally regarded as the greatest.