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Here you will find detailed, unofficial reviews and recommendations on websites/web services that cover every different category, from Personal Information Managers, to Image Editors to Desktop Managers…and more!
The new Google Maps was first shown off back in May at the Google I/O conference, though only the chosen had the chance to give it a spin before Google deemed it ready for public consumption. Beginning today, the new …Read More »
If you are using a diary to record your life’s memorable events and unforgettable experiences, you better stop keeping it under your bed. Come to think of it, there are lots of personal diary apps on the web and Diaro…Read More »
If you’re familiar with Reddit, you might have have heard of the community’s “Random Acts of Pizza.” Basically, it’s a thread wherein people that are either down on their luck or just need a little cheering up request for some …Read More »
Players of the popular game League of Legends can now be granted P-1 visas for the US, a type of visa intended for “individual athletes.” This means that the video game is now officially recognized by the US State Department …Read More »
A recent survey by marketing software provider SeeWhy asked over 1000 tablet owners in the United States about how they used their devices to make purchases, and the results showed that the presence of tablet devices has also (probably not …Read More »
Some guy is preparing to sue Apple, because for some strange reason, he is unable to control himself along with the thing in his pants. Apparently, Nashville attorney, Chris Sevier, wants Apple to protect him from porn when he is …Read More »
It is true: my happiness correlates with the speed of my internet connection.Read More »
Not long ago, I wrote about a young teen that had been arrested and jailed for “terroristic threats” which he made on Facebook. As it turns out, an anonymous source has posted the $500,000 bail for 19-year-old Justin Carter.
After …Read More »
Microsoft has given NSA complete access to Outlook.com and Skype, encryption is useless says Guardian report
The Guardian continues to release more information regarding leaked documents that claim the NSA was spying on American citizen via its PRISM program. The latest information claims Microsoft, the FBI, and the NSA are all in a tight relationship. So …Read More »
[Web] DropInOne allows you to access Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box, SugarSync, and Amazon cloud storage accounts at the same time
The problem with having two or more cloud drives is that it becomes too bothersome. You need to manage each account separately and this could take a lot of time. Well, there’s really no need for you to do so …Read More »
As Google shift focus to Google+ where location sharing is concerned, the company has made the logical and bold choice to kill Latitude and all its properties. This includes all the badges, API, mobile apps and websites, so if you …Read More »
When Google announced that it would be shutting down Reader, most RSS-users went out and began a search for a replacement. But instead of going to the many services that sprung to the rescue, one developer decided to just create …Read More »
If you’re wondering why that goat up there has an employee ID, well, it’s exactly what it looks like. Mikiyagi and other fellow goats actual “work” at Amazon Japan!
But don’t worry, these guys aren’t in charge of taking care …Read More »
Google has added one of the most memorable locations of the Harry Potter films to Google Street View: Diagon Alley, the place where wizards and witches in the Harry Potter universe can find everything they need. Spell books, potions, wands …Read More »
When visiting a page on Microsoft’s website about Windows 8 downgrading rights, a “false” message appears.Read More »
Live cam at Mozilla’s FirefoxLive page shows a crash message for Internet Explorer.Read More »
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Roomba and vacuum the floors of people’s rooms? No? Well, with Robot Vacuum Simulator 2013, you can find out anyway! The game is surprisingly not the first of …Read More »
Today’s the 66th anniversary of the Roswell UFO incident and Google wants to remind everyone of that in their usual Google fashion. If you head over to Google’s homepage, you’ll be greeted with a cutely-designed alien in a UFO not …Read More »
According to the German news website Horizont, Google struck a deal with Eyeo, the company behind the extremely popular Adblock Plus add-on for web browsers. It seems that Google, along with a few other unnamed companies, has been paying …Read More »
After what seems like forever, Microsoft has finally brought PDF support for SkyDrive, Outlook.com, and Office 365 using Word Web App. This has been a feature many users have been asking Microsoft to implement for quite some time, it is …Read More »
France is collecting massive amounts of web and phone user data — similar to NSA’s PRISM, according to report
By now the whole world should know of the NSA’s PRISM program that was leaked by former employee, Edward Snowden, who is now on the run and seeking asylum in one of 21 countries. Now new information has leaked claiming …Read More »
ICO’s primary complaint is that Google …Read More »
Amazon upset the entire book publishing industry by offering ridiculous discounts on physical print books that were so substantial they actually lost the e-commerce giant money.
However, according to a report by the New York Times, now that the …Read More »
We’re just a few days passed the stinging loss of Google Reader, which the company shut down despite an internet-wide outcry, so what better time to look back at everything that’s gotten the axe over the years.
Larry Kim created …Read More »
This is a bit old and obviously sarcastic (or so I’d hope), but still something we can smile at.Read More »
Microsoft reveals two viruses that avoid removal by regularly downloading updated versions of each other
Recent research carried out by Microsoft has showed that a combination of two viruses, Vobfus and Beebone, is proving quite difficult to remove from infected Windows PCs.
Like other typical malware, these two offers data thieves the opportunity to steal …Read More »
A new malicious data wiper program dubbed Trojan.Korhigh by Symantec containing similar functionality to another piece of malware, which took the networks of several South Korean companies offline in a matter of hours back in March, has recently been uncovered …Read More »
Vtel, a company based in the rural town of Springfield with a population slightly larger than 9000 persons, is offering gigabit internet to the residents of Vermont at a mouth watering rate of $29.95 or $39.95 per month. You are …Read More »