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Sometimes managing a Twitter account which covers an entire group of people isn’t easy, especially when everyone has something they’d like to do with said Twitter account. You could share the username and password of the Twitter account among the members of the group, but that becomes a security hazard. Other methods of managing can […]
If you have an eBook reader, finding quality sources for your different eBooks may not always be easy. Either the eBooks are of bad quality, they’re relatively expensive, or the site simply don’t offer what you want. When you comes to your kids, you’ll also need to be able to trust that the site offers […]
For lots of guys, how to tie a tie is a pretty big challenge which often requires some outside help. However, what about tying a scarf? Of course, it’s not hard to whip your scarf around your neck so it’ll stay on, but if you’re wearing your scarf as a fashion statement or you’re just […]
More recently, there’s been a lot of talk about switching to IPv6 and how it will bring a lot of benefits to the Internet. But, this “news” keeps repeating itself, as there’s always an occasional post which tries to push the Internet to the IPv6 protocol. Why is this theme recurring, you ask? Primarily because the transition to the new protocol is very slow. However, does it really matter to you whether the transition is going slowly or not? Should you even care?
After using Windows for many years, day in and day out, you might get a little tired of seeing the same old icons. Or maybe you want different icons for better visual organization? No matter the reason, if you want to change your folder icons, how do you do so? That isn’t easy to answer […]
If you regularly frequent the Internet, you’ve probably heard of Evernote, a cloud-based note-saving service which many people enjoy. However, some things that you’ll want to save may be pretty personal, and you don’t want to push that data into the cloud where you don’t have outright ownership of it. If this is an issue […]
Whether if it’s to check for intruders, check how your teenager at home is doing, or anything else, having quick and easy access to a webcam feed in your house is truly helpful. The power of knowing what’s going on can give you real peace of mind. However, setting up professional webcam-based systems can be […]
More and more people are owning smartphones as they are becoming more capable of handling all our possible needs. Today’s smartphones have as much processing power as full desktop computers less than a decade ago, and that power is still increasing with the rise of the first quad-core CPUs for smartphones. However, if you’ve lived on this planet long enough you’ll know that marketing techniques for new phones can’t be trusted 100%.
If you’re someone who is actively involved in trading stocks, keeping close tabs with all your stock (and possible future stock) is absolutely vital. This is even more the case when you are looking for the best stock in the world, and use multiple stock exchanges to accomplish that. However, the world is not flat […]
If you regularly print documents, webpages, and other media, you often have to deal with the printer and any problems that it may encounter. While printers usually do their jobs well, sometimes it’s not the printer’s fault that something has gone wrong. Often, you will find Windows messing up your printing jobs, in a way […]
Have you ever wanted to have a wallpaper that changes depending on your location? There’s a few that change depending on your current time, but barely any that work based on your location. If you move around a lot with your Mac computer, have you ever wanted to see what the area looks like? Satellite […]
QuickTime is indeed a very popular application for Mac users, but despite its large amount of features, it does not offer support for playlists. For some this isn’t a big deal, but for others who are used to such functionality, this is a huge inconvenience. Of course, iTunes supports playlists, but QuickTime doesn’t. However, Playlist […]
If you’re a Linux user, security was probably one of the benefits that made you switch from whatever operating system you were using before. Linux has a great reputation for being one tough nut to crack, and it lives up to that reputation daily. Users don’t have to worry about viruses or other malware to the point where anti-virus tools made for Linux actually sniff out Windows viruses to help fight their spread.
If you love maps, you’re going to love this. There’s an easier way to create custom, personalized maps than with Google Maps. Although Google Maps is a notably powerful service and resource, it may not be “easy as pie” to create custom maps with whatever tools you’d like. Thankfully, a service like ikiMap exists to […]
When you miss a call, you might want it to go to voicemail. Although that may be a normal and accepted solution to missed calls, it would be great if we could do a little more with them. With Super Missed Call for Android, we can have more control over what happens with our missed […]