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Defragmenting your hard drive(s) is something you should do on a regular basis (unless you have an SSD drive, in which case you shouldn’t). Are you? If not and if you have yet to find a defrag program that you …Read More »
[iOS] Cloak is “the easiest VPN you’ve ever used”, aims to keep you safe on unsecure public WiFi [Mac OS X]
Public Wi-Fi…it’s a bit like a public toilet, really. You never know what you’re gonna walk in on. Some public Wi-Fi is wonderful…but other spots are a bit questionable. If you spend a lot of time in coffee shops, restaurants, …Read More »
Unless you have a SSD (solid-state drive), you should regularly defrag your hard drive(s) (once a month, every other month, every six months, whatever you desire as long as you do it). Why? Simply because, as time goes on, the …Read More »
In a world where every phone’s successor is getting bigger and bigger, and companies are trying to cram in all the latest and greatest tech, Japanese carrier Willcom announces the complete opposite.
The Phone Strap 2 WX06A is the successor …Read More »
A report out of Bloomberg is claiming that we’ll see Apple’s fabled smartwatch project as an actual product as soon as this year. The Verge followed that news shortly after with additional information from sources claiming that Apple has chosen …Read More »
The Pirate Bay’s Kim Jung-Bay has issued a “press release” announcing that they have been invited by “the leader of the republic of Korea” to fight their battles on their network.
After recently moving their operations provider from Sweden to …Read More »
White House and F.C.C. want unlocking cellphones to be legal in the US, throw the ball in Congress’s court
Remember that petition that asked the White House to make unlocking cellphones legal? You know, the one that more than 100,000 Americans signed? The White House has issued their official response — they not only agree, they’re not alone.
The …Read More »
The @evleaks Twitter account has leaked what may be images of the Galaxy S IV that’s set to be announced not too long from now.
First, we got a huge leak on all the specifications of the device, and then …Read More »
Who needs expensive cooling systems when you can use a table fan.Read More »
Nothing like having wind blow through your mane.Read More »
Reminds me of my punishment one time I misbehaved as a child — no Internet.Read More »
Rich, spoiled, or just stupid?Read More »
With the goal of being a hybrid desktop-mobile operating system, Windows 8 contains many elements that are in smartphones. Windows 8’s Lock screen is one of them. You may already know how to customize the Lock screen with your own …Read More »
If you love Japanese RPGs, you’ve probably stumbled across a few visual novels in your time. In case you aren’t familiar with the term, a visual novel is a genre of game that is fairly unique to Japan. “Players” often …Read More »
[Android] Set a different, custom vibration pattern for each of your contacts with Vybe (like custom ringtones, but for vibrate)
Vybe is an application that will allow you to create custom incoming call vibrations for each of your favorite contacts. This application is great for those who normally keep their phones on vibrate, but still want to know who is …Read More »
[Windows] EaseUS Todo Backup Home combines with drive-level and file-level backup technology into one program, plus has snapshotting features
dotTech has an excellent review on best free file backup, drive backup (aka imaging), and system backup software for Windows. However, if you have yet to pick a backup program and are willing to spend some money, EaseUS Todo Backup …Read More »
Samsung Galaxy S IV has eye tracking technology, will automatically scroll pages based on your eyes [Rumor]
As the Galaxy S IV release date gets closer and closer, a crop of rumors regarding the Galaxy S IV have appeared on the internet. One rumor leaked all the hardware specifications of the Galaxy S IV, which includes an …Read More »
3-day intensive raids in 124 location in all 47 regions of Japan? Yup, that’s Japan’s government showing they mean business when it comes to piracy.
Last year in June, an amendment to Japan’s Copyright Law was approved by the government. …Read More »
Amidst global domination by rivals Apple and Samsung, Sony’s head of mobile, Kunimasa Suzuki, has told reporters that the company is now aiming to win 3rd place behind Apple and Samsung in the smartphone market.
This puts them in contention …Read More »
That van you see up there isn’t just any van. In fact, many years later when we’re all surfing the web on our transparent bendable phones with 5G speeds, we’ll look back on this day and thank the little guy.…Read More »
Were you excitedly waiting for Samsung’s Galaxy S IV launch event in New York? Then get a load of this: Someone in possession of the device (reportedly a prototype), has leaked the device’s specifications 2 weeks ahead of the announcement.…Read More »
You know who just showed off how do to do teasers, followed with an intense build-up to a successful event that was viewed live by millions online? Sony. They did it just over two weeks ago, so I don’t understand …Read More »
I wonder if this elephant can bench his (her) weightRead More »
Stunning video showing the Sun, erm, setting fire to the rainRead More »
After many famous companies admitting that they have been hacked, it is now the turn of Evernote, the market leader in note taking apps. In a post on the official blog, the developers revealed that they “discovered and blocked suspicious …Read More »
[Windows] Remove toolbars and unwanted or dangerous addons with avast Browser Cleanup, a portable program
Remember that person who had 12 toolbars installed on their computer? Yeah, it happens. Even the best of us sometimes accidentally installed toolbars or other unwanted/dangerous addons in our browsers. To help remove these toolbars and undesirable addons, avast — …Read More »
With Google staunchly refusing to develop any apps for Windows 8, us Windows 8 users are left without much choice but to use the browser version for all of Google’s services. But Google Reader users wait no more. Nextgen Reader…Read More »
Layar is an application that will display a variety of digital information through your smartphone’s camera to help you learn more about objects around you. This application is perfect for tourists who are unfamiliar with a certain city and need …Read More »
We are currently living in a world where meat pies don’t necessarily contain any meat, and “beef” burgers might contain horse. In other words, it’s a good time for an app that helps you to analyze the foods you’re about …Read More »
[Windows] Easily remove unwanted objects, scratches, spots, and other blemishes with SoftOrbits Photo Retoucher
Photographer is an art that not all of us can perfect. As such, sometimes our photos have objects in them that we don’t want in there. Or maybe we have old photos that we scratched up or that have other …Read More »
You have probably never seen an aerial photo like this beforeRead More »
This awesome ad shows an awesome Apple iWatch with awesome functionality. Too bad it is awesomely fake. [Video]
Rumors are abound on the interwebz about an impending Apple iWatch. But they are, after all, only rumors with very little, if any at all, accurate information to substantiate them. However, that has not stopped Apple fans from putting together …Read More »
‘BigDog’, a four-legged robot dog, is strong enough to pick up and throw cinder blocks across the room [Video]
Not very many people like war or the carnage war brings with it. However, it is hard to deny that spending on war weapons has had an indirect positive impact on the lives of regular people (the ones that don’t …Read More »