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Nebulous Notes is a user-friendly text editor for power users. Whether you are a writer, take notes in your job or for school, or a computer programmer, this app can assist you in your everyday life. Nebulous Notes provides a very simple interface for jotting down any type of text, [...]Read More »
Coupons and Shopping – GeoQpons is a huge database of coupons and deals from both retailers and restaurants. You have the ability to search their entire database of in-store and online coupons to find exactly what you are looking for or you can choose to search by category (Auto, Dining, [...]Read More »
NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory sent to the Curiosity rover to Mars. It landed in early August. Since then there have been many images sent back to Earth thanks to the various cameras NASA attached to the rover. One such example are the high-definition photos Curiosity’s Mars Descent Imager camera took [...]Read More »
You have been working diligently on something (assignment, project, etc.) for the past few hours and are almost finished. You keep thinking to yourself: “I’m almost done, there is no need to save now — I’ll save when I finish, what is the worst that can happen.” Then, all of [...]Read More »
If you are fed up with Java’s security vulnerabilities but are not willing to completely uninstall Java from your computer, a potential middle ground is disabling Java in your browser. This guide shows you how to disable Java in Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Opera.
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If you are fed up with Java’s security vulnerabilities and want to finally get rid of it, this guide shows you how to uninstall/disable/remove Java on Windows. The following instructions should work for all versions of Windows but is specifically confirmed to work with Windows XP and higher machines.
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Yesterday Oracle released an update to Java 7 (Java 7u7 update) that fixed nineteen critical vulnerabilities, two of which were exploited by in-the-wild attacks that installed malware on infected machines. It took Oracles four months to patch the just-mentioned vulnerabilities; it took security researchers less than 24 hours to find [...]Read More »
Just over two weeks ago dotTech went to the salon and got a makeover. At the time I promised dotTech’s mobile version would get a similar remodeling. That time has arrived. Hit up http://dottech.org on your mobile device and you should see dotTech Mobile 4.0.
If you visit dotTech on [...]Read More »
ClockworkMod recovery is one of the most famous custom recoveries for devices based on Android, which will let you do advanced backup and restore, USB mounting from recovery, SD card partitioning, ability to install or update both stock and custom ROMs, etc. ClockworkMod Recovery Touch gives you the ability to [...]Read More »
iPhone 5 is likely going to go on sale on September 21. If you can’t wait the next 20 or so days, Goophone has a solution and it comes in the form of Goophone i5.
Goophone is a Chinese company that builds knockoffs of real products. It prides itself as [...]Read More »
Are you constantly trying to find faster, easier ways to upload images to the web? ImgurUploader may be the absolute fastest way possible.
ImgurUploader uploads to the awesome Imgur image host. Imgur is both reliable and fast, and provides easy deletion links for anyone who needs them. Imgur Uploader is [...]Read More »
Are you the kind of person who sits down at their computer at one in the afternoon, zones out, looks outside, and notices it’s actually one in the morning? If you are, try the free program TakeABreak. This free app pops up messages warning you to take regular breaks.
TakeABreak [...]Read More »
I actually find myself Googling for an online stopwatch quite often. Clock is a free app that could get me to stop: instead of being just a clock, Clock is a timer, stopwatch, calendar, and alarm clock.
Clock is quite functional. It’s really worth the 10 megabytes of disk space [...]Read More »
Are you obsessed with travelling?
I am. You should be! If you can’t afford to actually travel, photos are the next best thing. With Pictulize, you can view photos from all of the places you want to travel to, but can’t–and, if you do get to go on vacation, you [...]
The default Facebook app for Android is awful. It’s slow, laggy, sluggish, irksome, and any other words you might be able to come up with that mean terribly written. Flipster is different: rather than taking Facebook’s HTMl5 based delivery approach, Flipster uses actual Java code to speed up things [...]Read More »
Google+ has the awesome feature of automatically uploading all of your photos and videos from your phone to the cloud without so much as a thought. It unfortunately also lacks the major feature of being used at all, and it also compresses the images. Use CloudVault instead: upload your [...]Read More »
Zengaku is a number crunching brain teaser. It is like Sudoku, but with addition and a couple other wrinkles fused in. Much like Sudoku, you can only have the number 1-9 used once vertically and horizontally without any repetition. Zengaku, though, adds the twist that each adjacent grouping of numbers [...]Read More »
Proximity is a location sharing app that texts your location information. Millions of texts are sent out every day to friends & family in regard to travel time. For example, many spouses will text when the leave work and estimate how long it will take. Proximity’s goal is to streamline [...]Read More »
Looking to dump that iPhone 4S ahead of the release of the iPhone 5? You could go to Amazon, which will give up over $400 (depending on condition and type). The only caveat with Amazon’s trade-in program is it gives you money back in Amazon gift cards, which cannot be [...]Read More »
Play Square Enix games, such as Hitman: Bloody Money, for free via your browser thanks to Coreonline
Play console games for free via your web browser — say what?! Yeah, I had the same reaction. Square Enix, a game publisher known for popular titles such as Final Fantasy and Hitman, has launched a new service — called Coreonline — that allows users to play Square Enix [...]Read More »
Amid all commotion of patent wars, it looks like two giants are secretly negotiating on the sidelines. Whom might these two giants be? None other than Google and Apple themselves.
Quoting “people familiar with the matter”, Reuters is reporting Larry Page (CEO of Google) and Tim Cook (CEO of Apple) [...]Read More »
Apple just ran roughshod over Samsung with Apple’s touch-enabled smartphone — and tablet — patents. Samsung tried to fight back but clearly its smartphone related patents, at least in the United States, couldn’t hold up against the Cupterino juggernaut. Samsung’s data related patents, however, are another story.
According to iRunway [...]Read More »
Oracle has released an update to Java 7 for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux that patches security vulnerabilities. Oracle says the Java 7u7 (v1.7.0_07) update fixes security issues related to CVE-2012-4681 plus two other vulnerabilities.
Update: Looks like this “fix” isn’t a very good fix at all — a [...]Read More »
So, you have a HTC One X in your hand thriving to get rooted? If yes, then you are at the right place to start getting your device rooted. Unlocking the bootloader of your device would be one of the first steps (probably the hardest) forward to achieving your goal.[...]Read More »
You know that Java exploit dotTech posted about yesterday? The one that circumvents Java’s security sandbox and lets attackers remotely install malware on infected machines via payloads delivered from booby trapped websites? Yeah, well, a tech security firm is saying it alerted Oracle to that vulnerability four months ago. In [...]Read More »
There are plenty of high-quality clouds being produced by reputable companies, including Google Drive, Dropbox, and Microsoft SkyDrive. However, if you’re looking for one from a company known for its impressive cloud infrastructure, try Amazon Cloud Drive.
Amazon gives you 5GB of storage for free, which is on par with [...]Read More »
Are you looking for a functional calculator app for your Windows 8 PC or tablet? Calc4Win supports the standard four-button calculator features, plus the standard set of scientific calculator features.
Calc4Win is easy enough to use. You just tap out the things you need to calculate, hit the big red [...]Read More »
Listening to your media collection can be quite annoying, especially if the files themselves were not properly cared for. Clementine doesn’t care–it uses the MusicBrainz Picard database to automatically tag music files, and can create smart playlists on demand.
Clementine also makes a relatively good podcast program. There’s no download [...]Read More »
Are you an avid 9Gag reader?
Why. You’ve probably been searching for a good app for Android for a while, as there really aren’t any… until now. Nine is a beautiful, free 9Gag reader for Android.
9Gag is a site for sharing funny photos. It’s a lot like certain parts [...]Read More »
Are you annoyed that your phone is slowly filling up with cruft? Do you find yourself obsessively checking your system stats? All-In-One Toolbox is the perfect app for you.
All-In-One Toolbox has fourteen main tools. You can monitor memory status, view system information, kill tasks, clear cache, clear history, clear [...]Read More »
Continue the Bourne franchise on your phone with the official Bourne Legacy Live Wallpaper [Android]
Are you a fan of the Bourne franchise? If you are, you’ll find the new, official Bourne Legacy Live Wallpaper awesome, celebrating the release of the corresponding movie earlier this month.
This wallpaper is quite simple, really. It slides through a set of photos from the movie. It’s really too [...]Read More »
TuneIn Radio turns your iDevice into a portable radio. You can listen to news, music, or sports not only locally, but from stations around the world. The app presently boasts over 70,000 radio stations and 2 million on-demand programs, including your favorites such as ESPN, CBS, and the BBC. TuneIn [...]Read More »
VLC Amigo is the only VLC remote control you will need for your iDevice. VLC is one of the most popular media players on the market due to its flexibility in playing almost any media file. VLC Amigo provides you with the ability to control the player from across the [...]Read More »
Scanner Pro transforms your iDevice into a portable scanner. The app allows you to scan single or multi-page documents, business cards, receipts, notes, whiteboards, and even personal checks. Once scanned, all documents will be PDFs that can emailed, shared over a home network, or uploaded to any one of your [...]Read More »