With the World Health Organization confirming the fears established earlier, that there is “a possible connection between cell phones and two type of brain tumors: gliomas and acoustic neuromas,” or in simple words: cancer, there is an increasing sense of panic among mobile users. However there are ways that you can protect yourselves from these effects.
The other day Rajeel posted a tutorial, about how you could move your previously installed apps from phone memory to your SD card. Although this is dead simple, there is a little more you can do, by which your apps get directly installed to your SD Card; thus speeding up the process a bit. This […]
If you’re a blogger or just a computer fanboy (like me!), most possibly your suffering from eye,neck and many other body-part aches, fighting obesity and well, just plain lazy. Those long hours of surfing, yup. Of course this is not healthy in any way. Here are 10 tips that I follow quite regularly and what-do-ya-know, feeling quite great now, read on.
As pin-pointed quite correctly in an earlier post, one of the most important steps to keep your computer running fast for longer period of times is defragmentation. Windows comes with a built in defragmenter. And like many of the default accessories in it, the defragmenter is also a huge disappointment. So here is a faster and free defragmenter called MyDefrag.
The other day I had downloaded Ubuntu’s latest version (9.10). The file that I received was that of an .iso format. The next step is to burn it to a CD. Now this is where a lot of people get confused. They usually burn the ISO as a file rather than that of a CD image. Not getting it? Just read on.
Using a pen-drive to share our photos and other media is a very common practice these days. However what frustrates me every-time I transfer the photos from my camera to my pen-drive is the speed of copying. In Windows XP, it was terrible, Seven is better but not yet up there. So here are five apps that will increase the speed of copying in your Windows system.
Just a few days ago, Google announced its arrival into the rather competitive market of URL shorteners. And what better way to promote it, than by combining the popular google service-Feedburner, and twitter!
Afraid that you might get lost in the ‘confusing’ world of linux, if you were to switch to it? Well worry no more. For here is a Fedora and KDE based distro called Xange. Its also popularly known as Vixta, because of the similarity in its GUI with Microsoft’s Windows Vista.
YouTube has released a new labs feature, entitled Feather. With this, YouTube strives to stream videos much faster, by removing the extra bells and whistles that accompany a normal YouTube video page and also by using advanced web techniques. The main aim is to reduce the latency wherever possible.
After weeks of calibration and testing, Google has finally settled for the minimalist look on their homepage. What it does is, when you load the page you just see the Google logo, the search box, Google search and I’m Feeling Lucky button and the language options (if any). Now if you just move your mouse a little, BINGO, the usual google interface fades in.