Vellum for iOS: A Beautiful and Realistic Black & White Drawing App

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For owners of iOS devices, drawing apps are not something that the App Store lacks. In fact, we have already written about Adobe Ideas, a great, free drawing and sketching iPhone app. However, as simple as an app like that might be, it definitely could be made simpler, especially for those of us who prefer […]

4 Best Smartwatches For Those Considering Buying One

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Smartwatches (yep, that’s officially one word now) have technically been around in one form or another since the late-80s, but today’s variants are much more powerful and are designed to closely work with our other mobile devices. Right now, the two best-known smartwatches on the market are the Pebble and the Sony Smartwatch series, but […]

How to Enable Remote Desktop Connection for Multiple Computers on a Network

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Remote Desktop is great for connecting to a Windows computer from another part of the network. You can get access to local drives, printers, files, etc. as if you were sitting in front of it. While this is great, an issue arises when you have multiple computers on a network that you want access to […]

2 Excellent File Browser and Viewer Apps for iOS

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As we become more connected thanks to smartphones like the iPhone and to personal computers that become more and more mobile, we become increasingly dependent on online storage services to safe-keep our documents and all kinds of data. The problem with this is that sometimes our important stuff can be found across so many different […]

Top 5 Things You’ll Want to Know About the New Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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After plenty of hype, rumors and speculation, Samsung recently took the wraps off of the Galaxy Note 3. Not only is the handset coming to all four major U.S. Carriers in October, but over 140 global markets will see the device launch on the 25th of September. The Note 3 is a substantial upgrade to the […]

How to Create and Use Presenter Notes in iWork Keynote

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In past entries, we have already discussed Apple’s own iWork suite of applications, including Pages, Numbers and of course, Keynote. This last one in particular, is not only tremendously flexible, but also quite superior to MS PowerPoint when it comes to usability and aesthetics, two aspects that are essential for creating presentations. One of the […]

3 Command Prompt Alternatives That Are Better than the Default

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It’s 2013, who needs command prompt at this point, right? Wrong! For power users in particular, the command prompt is still relevant for special tweaks, commands and even killing Windows system processes. Unfortunately, command line might still be useful, but the actual Command Prompt tool really has fallen behind the times. While Microsoft makes occasional […]

How to Block Facebook Game App Invitations and Requests

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Lately I started playing a lot of games on Facebook. The credit goes to my friends for luring me in with their unending requests. However, I must tell you that these game app invitations or requests are really annoying and can end up eating a lot of your productive time. I myself being a victim […]

Musyc: A Modern and Fun iPhone Game to Learn the Basics of Music Creation

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While iOS games seem to overflow the App Store, very few of them are music-related. Usually, the most common of these are rhythm games, and while fun, they do little to add something to the musical knowledge of the player. Even worse, the ones that do tend to be, are either boring and unoriginal. This […]

4 Useful Firefox Add-ons for Shortening Links

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Twitter and Facebook are two of the most popular social media websites. Although we all use these services every day to share images, videos, and links, there is a character limit that needs to be taken into account every time you post this information. In addition to social sites, sharing long URLs in emails looks […]

How to Install Custom Recovery and ROM on Android

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So you’ve decided to root your device, and now you’re ready to leave your device’s default ROM behind and discover a great custom ROM for your handset or tablet instead. You have certainly come to the right place! When it comes to rooting, flashing and installing custom ROMs, no two devices are the exact same. […]

Documents to Go: A Great iOS App to View, Create and Edit MS Office Documents

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One of the very few aspects where the iPhone and other iOS devices sometimes seem to fall short, is in the lack of options when it comes to view, edit and create office documents. Of course, you can always create and edit some of these types of documents using Apple’s own iWork suite of apps […]

15 Killer Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts You Probably Didn’t Know About

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Windows 8, just like Windows 7, has its own set of keyboard shortcuts. These are used to navigate around more quickly without always having to pick up the mouse to perform simple tasks. With the onset of the Windows 8 apps, many new shortcuts deal with these. We’ve put together some really helpful shortcut keys […]

How to Root Your ICS or Jelly Bean Android Device Using Bin4ry Universal Method

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Whether you are looking to install custom ROMs or special software packages, many folks in the Android world end up rooting their devices. Unfortunately for newbies to rooting, it’s a difficult process and one that is best avoided – right? Never! Using a traditional method, rooting requires a bunch of steps and plenty of know-how, […]