Ant Man Wallpapers for Every Kind of Device

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is quite good at churning out movies based on Marvel Comics. Stan Lee’s imagination with all these wonderful characters is finally reaching out to a major wider audience, thanks to the movie adaptation of these comics. Ant Man was the latest movie in this line-up and today we’re gonna crawl the […]

Cloudo: A Powerful Keyboard Launcher for Chrome With Actions for Google Drive, Todoist and More

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Mac OS X (Yosemite) comes with a keyboard launcher called Spotlight. It’s really useful for searching the web, unit/currency conversions, searching and launching files and more. Now there’s something even more powerful alternative designed to do the same thing for web services, available right inside of Chrome. Let’s be honest all of us use at […]

5 New Addictive iOS Racing Games Off The Usual Track

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I love racing games, in fact it’s my favorite genre of games be it computer or smartphone. However, whenever we talk about racing games for iPhone, or even Android, only a few names share the limelight. The top few recommendations are Asphalt 8, Real Racing, Need for Speed etc. No doubt these games are great when […]

Top 7 Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter

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For someone who just listens to Apple related podcasts, it’s possible to believe that podcasts are just a couple of dudes talking about technology every week. But Podcasts are also the digitization of radio shows. And if you know where to look, you’ll find podcasts that are not only entertaining but also educational. Now, we’re […]

Quickly Archive and Mark Emails as Read Directly From Notification Center in iOS With eMail Widget

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Let’s face it, email doesn’t get easier as time goes on. It gets worse. You get more of it. And a lot of it is stuff you either can’t act on or don’t need to read at all. This can be company newsletters, updates from colleagues, anything. There are awesome email apps available for iOS […]

8 Pro Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Samsung Galaxy S6

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There are polarizing opinions about the sales figures of the Samsung Galaxy S6. Some are speaking of them being disastrous, while others are singing to a happier tune. Whatever the case, there are more than 10 million of these smartphones out there, mine being one of them. Much like any geeky user, I am inclined […]

Chromebook Accessibility Options That Everyone Can Use

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The Chrome OS running on Chromebooks has lots of Accessibility options for people with disabilities. This week in the United States, we’re celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act. Even if you don’t need these features on a daily basis, they’re handy for specialized use for everyone. Enabling Accessibility Options And […]

How to Customize the Windows 10 Start Menu the Way You Want

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Windows is known for it’s Start menu and the good ol’ start button for ages. But in the last variant of Windows, Windows 8, it dropped a bomb on its users and came out with a full fledged Start screen for tablet support. Moreover, the Start button was missing, the power option were gone and everyone was […]

4 Great Android Apps to Get Household Chores Done Without a Groan

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Chores. UGH! I remember when I was much younger and my mom tried to get me helping her with the household chores. I found the most innovative ways to escape them day after day. Nowadays I have a hard time remembering all of the chores I need to do, while spending most hours doing this. […]

Remember Your Favorite Places on Your Travels With Mapstr for iOS

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Apple Maps and Google Maps are both pretty extensive mapping apps. And Google Maps actually works. But neither of the apps let you customize a map of your own. Yes, you can star places and drop pins but nothing more than that. But of course, there’s need for more. Wouldn’t it be great if you […]

How to Change Login Screen and Get Dark Mode in Windows 10

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The other day I was reading an article on PC World and the author mentioned that if only Windows 8 hadn’t been so bad, Windows 10 wouldn’t be so good. I truly agree with him on this point. Windows 8 primarily focused on tablet users and if you were working on a desktop or a […]

How to Get Desktop Class Downloading Features on any Android

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Android’s downloader is the most basic part of the OS. Yes, there’s an app where you can view the progress of the download and stop it. Yes, the notification shows the progress of the download but nothing much. The download features we take for granted on the desktop – the basic ability to see the […]

How to Use Gmail Filters Like a Pro For Reducing Email Stress

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Every morning you wake up and most times, even before you think about brushing your teeth, you start checking your phone. And lo and behold, your Gmail account is flooded with dozens of mails that may or may not require your attention. Sure, you can always check those later, but the mails keep piling on […]

GT Explains: What is New About Mission Control in OS X El Capitan

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Apple has touted a redesigned and reimagined Mission Control feature in the newest release of OS X, El Capitan coming out for the public in the fall of 2015. But upon first glance, it doesn’t even seem like there’s much different from Mission Control in earlier version of OS X. So what gives? It’s actually […]