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Cloud Services like Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud are a convenient way to remotely access your files on the go. However, these services do require you to sync or upload the files to your account, before you can access them …Read More »
Google Earth is a software package which maps the Earth with the superimposition of aerial photography. The software has a freeware edition that has plenty of options. It’s also multiplatform software that you can add to Windows, Mac OS X …Read More »
As it’s December, a new calendar will come in handy to ring in the new year. There are various calendar software packages, but you can also set up a calendar with a spreadsheet. Spreadsheet software, such as the freeware OpenOffice …Read More »
Google Picasa is a freeware image management photography package packed with options. With Picasa you can set up photo slide shows, videos, CDs and combine multiple photos in a collage. Google Picasa’s Picture Collage option will display multiple photographs wrapped …Read More »
Most image editing software packages include retro editing options. Those are options such as black and white and sepia which can make it seem that the photographer took the picture with an outdated camera model. Retro editing adds some nostalgic …Read More »
Creating an iTunes account for downloading apps or music requires a credit card. If you don’t want to use your credit card then follow these step-by-step instructions below on how to create an iTunes account without a credit card.…Read More »
iCloud Keychain is a new feature which was introduced in the recent iOS 7.0.3 update released by Apple . iCloud Keychain stores your usernames and passwords so that they are automatically filled in forms when you want to enter them …Read More »
Don’t have a smartphone or tablet? Want to see what all the buzz surrounding Android is? With this guide, you’ll learn how to install Android on your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer using Android-x86, an open source Android port for …Read More »
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a simple animated GIF flame flickering across the bottom of the image by using GIMP, a free image editor.
This is part 2 in an ongoing series on dotTech intended …Read More »
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a simple animated GIF that shows text appear one word at a time, sort of like a screedbot, a scrolling typewriter text.
This is part 1 in an ongoing series …Read More »
The GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a free, open-source, cross-platform, and powerful image editor for photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. It can be used as a simple paint program, an expert-quality photo …Read More »
What do DOCs, RTFs, and ODTs all have in common? They are all some sort of word processing file format and it is very easy to create and modify them all. The purpose behind those file types is to serve …Read More »
YouTube is owned by Google. Google is a web 2.0 company. They know how to manage server load. So then the question is why do so many people run into buffering issues when watching YouTube… even people on seemingly fast …Read More »