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You probably already know about the major features of the latest, free upgrade for Mac OS X. Here are the hidden ones.
The Cloud. Web 2.0. Meme. What do these words even mean? At this point, hardly anything: they’ve all switched from being useful terms to pointless buzzwords.
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest: they all offer official Android apps – but are those really the best mobile experience out there? Many users say no. Good thing there are so many unofficial clients.
Our latest MakeUseOf manual, sponsored by DVDFab and written by MakeUseOf staff writer Christian Cawley, outlines how to use DVDFab Media Player 2.
We love the Internet.. But what is it exactly? Google Suggest is an insight into the minds of millions.We used Google Suggest to find what exactly the Internet is. Here’s what we found.
Get the scores, and only the scores, of your favorite teams on Twitter, or set up an RSS feed providing you with the scores from a few more leagues. This will show you how.
Are you looking for a Google Reader replacement? For both the hungry and the hopeful, Feedly satisfies, and you can learn all about it in the latest MakeUseOf manual: The Unofficial Guide To Feedly.
Tired of overly complicated Android podcatchers? Try AntennaPod. This open-source app includes all the features you love and none of the crap you don’t.
Comments can be bad for science. That’s what Popular Science argued when it announced it was shutting down its comment section back in September. Do comments undermine science?
Remember travel agents? Me neither! No one knows an area quite so well as the people who live there. Happily, thanks to social networks, you can access those people and discover what’s worth seeing.
Find transit stops near you, complete with up-to-the-moment schedules.
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Bring your RSS feeds back to the Mac. Here are the best programs for the job.
Still looking for the perfect Mac RSS reader? It’s here.
Lean back and listen: let your PC do the reading. Windows comes, built in, with the ability to read text and third-party apps offer additional features. Let us show you the details.