Quick and easy guide for turning your Windows laptop into a Wi-FI hotspot so you can share Internet connection with other devices or other users.
A list of six Chrome extensions that give you a more pleasurable online experience, whatever the internet throws at you.
No code? No problem. This list of app-building tools takes the hassle out of development on a budget. Whether you’re a fledging developer, looking to build an app for your business or just curious, it’s hard to deny that the mobile app market is booming.
A list of Twitter clients that make it easier to connect. Used by millions around the world for building business and personal connections, Twitter is here to stay. As many users know, however, the web interface leaves a lot to be desired.
A list of 5 top cloud back-up services that provide a safe and easy way to protect your data from disaster. The cloud is a beautiful thing. Not only does it give us wireless updates and syncing, but it also provides a cheap and secure way to store hard drive data.
Tweak for jailbroken iPhones allows you to use your iPhone to convert your favorite YouTube videos to MP3 files.
We’ve all heard of Facebook and Twitter, but what about the best of the rest? Here’s a list of alternative social networks that rival the big two. Facebook and Twitter have long dominated the social network market.
Dashboard for Maps iPhone jailbreak tweak allows users to add a speedometer, digital compass, and altimeter to the iPhone’s Maps app.
Never forget your passwords again with this list of password management software. We all know that having the same password for every website or app is a bad plan.
Google’s newest feature enables users to search on their mobile devices using cursive. Google has unveiled a new feature that enables mobile users to conduct searches using handwritten requests. The feature works on Android cell phones and tablets, as well as devices running iOS 5 or higher.
If you ever wanted to play a video game or run an application on, say, Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit), you may run into problems trying to run the application. This guide shows you how to run those old Dos games again.
There are a lot of really old video games out there that we wished we could go back and play again. Unfortunately, they are 16 bit video games and many modern systems operate on an incompatible 64 bit system.
A quick guide that will show you how to view your Facebook friends’ birthdays and events in Google Calendar. A recent consumer research study found that more than 60% of consumers use Gmail as their primary email service, and it’s likely a good number of those also use Google Calendar.
6 different ways to charge your gadgets on the road. If you’re traveling around this summer, you want to make sure you can keep your gadgets charged. When you have multiple devices to charge or are taking long journeys, however, you won’t always be able to find an available outlet.
Quick guide to downloading and ripping your favorite songs from SoundCloud, the online music distribution site.
We’ve seen many reasons to not like YouTube. There’s the infamous comment section of YouTube, the restrictive nature of the maximum length of each video and the notorious DMCA takedown system.
A list of Chrome music extensions that add a soundtrack to your surfing. We all love a little background music while browsing the web, but finding software that provides a hassle-free listening experience can be a challenge.
Quick, easy-to follow iPhone jailbreaking guide requires little technical skill, can be done with absolutely no fear of “bricking” your beloved iPhone or iPad, and takes only a few minutes.
10 online tools that can help save you money and memory. As we move further into the digital age, the way we use software is changing. The days of CD-ROMs and manual program installations are gone, and now we download most of our software online.
More open source programs that provide alternative options to paid software. Having published a list of open source alternatives to popular software a few weeks ago, we couldn’t squeeze details of all the great software available into just one article.