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The revolutionary and controversial method of payment has been making headlines. There are plenty of reasons why you might want to start performing transactions using Bitcoins. But first, you have to earn some for yourself.
If you use a spreadsheet application to crunch data, then custom scripts could be the master key. Start rolling with these excellent Google Spreadsheet scripts and make use of your data in new ways.
Do you want to send a file across the Internet to a friend or coworker? You’ll want to encrypt that file, but in the quickest and easiest way possible.
Samsung released the third generation of the Galaxy Note in October, updating the phablet with a larger screen and improved hardware.
You open up your Facebook or Twitter and see that this pretty girl has requested to follow you or be your friend. What could possibly go wrong? A lot.
Enlightenment deserves a little more attention because it’s a worthy Linux desktop environment that could fit the needs of many people.
Why does professional graphics editing software have to cost an arm and a leg? How about a free alternative to handle scalable vector graphics. See how Inkscape gives Adobe Illustrator a run for its money!
Is your Linux setup not as speedy as you’d like? Here’s how to speed it up.
Many people enjoy GIMP as one of their favorite open source tools, and with good reason: it’s among some of the most developed ones out there. We’ve covered all sorts of things about GIMP here at MakeUseOf, but we never really gave a rundown of what it can do. Is it just an over-hyped version […]
Approximately a year after Google released the Nexus 4, the company behind Android has come out with its successor — the Nexus 5.
It’s been a little over a week since Battlefield 4 has been released to the general masses after its month-long beta phase, and there are still plenty of players having issues with the game. While it’s a pity that there are still that many problems with the game despite the beta, there was simply not […]
Windows 8.1 is more than a Service Pack. The significant Windows 8.1 upgrade has been reported to cause several issues during and after the update. We show you how to fix the most common ones.
Games like Civilization are fantastic ways to see a society grow, thrive, and dominate other civilizations, but what about a twist on that idea: colonies? Instead of growing, you must fend off your ruling country and fight for independence. Can do it? FreeCol is the game for you to find out.
If you’d like a historic twist on games like Civilization akin to Age of Empires, but want a free, open source, and cross-platform game, then 0 A.D. is exactly what you’re looking for.
If you’re after a very easy way to take a 360-degree picture, you’re pretty much out of luck. Unless, that is, you get the Ricoh Theta. Maybe.