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15 Most Wanted Google Chrome Extensions

163 votes | submitted 2010-08-24 10:49:00 by xclusive1 | 23 comments

Google Chrome has become a widely used web browser over the globe. Many people are using it because of its incredible features like good surfing speed, restore facility and moreover, its nice look. Google chrome has a large extension gallery.

Slowing down supercomputers during a DC cooling outage

449 votes | submitted 2010-08-24 04:13:23 by 0ldb0y | 29 comments

Purdue University has developed software that can slow server activity as temperature rises, and has used this technique to keep the school's supercomputing data center continually operating throughout several cooling failures this past summer.

Google Apps: 5 Things You Need to Know

517 votes | submitted 2010-08-23 01:20:10 by whiteblackninja | 29 comments

Unless you've been running your business out of a cave in the Himalayas, you know that software has undergone some major changes over the past few years. Budget-minded small businesses are taking the online application leap. Google Apps is the pack leader when it comes to Internet office suites.

7 Coolest Web Apps You Might Not Know About But Should

522 votes | submitted 2010-08-21 04:29:06 by craigdeakin | 22 comments

There are many web apps out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Here we have selected some excellent gems for you. Read each entry in the list and see which tool suits your needs best.


1617 votes | submitted 2010-08-20 16:14:49 by ltgenpanda | 192 comments

Do you need a DNS upgrade?

579 votes | submitted 2010-08-20 11:10:04 by daxxer | 78 comments

Why would switching to a different DNS offer faster browsing? Well, think of the DNS server system as the big phonebook of the internet. When you go to a web address by name (, for example), the DNS server returns the actual IP address – this works similar to a phone book returning the phone number for a person’s name.

Cosmopolitan Introduces Sex Position App for Android

366 votes | submitted 2010-08-19 23:20:53 by deafbeat | 57 comments

We all know that making phones calls, sending texts and browsing the web is cool, but we all really want our phones to help make us better lovers. Luckily, Cosmopolitan is trying to make that happen and it has just released a Sex Position of the Day app for Android.

The 50 Greatest Technological Creations of the Past 25 Years

441 votes | submitted 2010-08-19 10:35:43 by toksterjokster | 60 comments

The last 25 years have brought some of the greatest inventions man has ever seen. From DVDs to MP3s, take a look back at the greatest technological inventions of the past quarter-decade—and be happy you weren't born in the '60s.

50 Really Useful Android Tips and Tricks

994 votes | submitted 2010-08-18 02:07:39 by upick | 128 comments

Android is a great little mobile operating system for the modern smartphone, but it can feel a little bewildering and complex to the newcomer.

10+ Chrome Extensions for Better Back-to-School Browsing

292 votes | submitted 2010-08-16 23:55:12 by baddbrainz | 13 comments

If Google Chrome is your browser of choice, there are loads of useful add-on enhancements in the Extensions Gallery which can turn Chrome into a powerful tool for staying focused and productive while tackling your coursework.

15 Must Have Free Software Programs For Windows 7

212 votes | submitted 2010-08-16 21:50:23 by aliangel748 | 71 comments

In our previous article, we have presented the best free anti virus software's for Windows 7 which was appreciated by our readers.Few days before

Computer Tools: Your At-Home IT Toolkit

631 votes | submitted 2010-08-16 16:00:43 by digitalmoto | 55 comments

It's been true since the dawn of the PC's creation: if you know anything about technology, you end up helping out everyone else. The IT pros at your office have their specialized tools to assist them. Here's a collection you can take with you, the home-based IT person handling tech support for family, friends, and friends of friends.

5 Important iOS 4 Problems and Solutions

171 votes | submitted 2010-08-16 01:11:23 by exnavyseal | 14 comments

After successful release of Comex’s jailbreak tool, most of the users have used the JailbreakMe tool to jailbreak their iDevices. The new technique of jailbreaking is quite impressive and effective. However, some users have reported various issues after jailbreaking their devices with JailbreakMe 2.0.

The Google Effect: Vlingo Now Free In The Android Market

323 votes | submitted 2010-08-14 17:36:08 by hackiewackie | 31 comments

Vlingo, developer of a popular Voice command application for a wide variety of mobile platforms, responded to Google’s new Voice Actions application by offering its Android application for free.

New Gmail plugin that lets you send (or receive) email later

362 votes | submitted 2010-08-12 17:38:08 by larrysellers7 | 30 comments

Boomerang for Gmail: Send and receive email when it’s handy for you.

How To Create a Secure Wi-Fi Network

471 votes | submitted 2010-08-10 22:32:22 by FutureUSTech | 161 comments

If you're worried about making sure your information is safe on your home network, follow along as we show you how easy it can be to secure your wireless network and monitor it for potential unauthorized users. By doing this, you’re ensuring security and peace of mind when it comes to computers connected to your network.

Adobe Posts Lightroom 3.2, Camera Raw 6.2 Candidates

250 votes | submitted 2010-08-10 18:34:53 by usq1111 | 22 comments

Adobe has posted two new release candidates, beginning with Lightroom 3.2. The update adds just one new feature, that being the ability to publish photos directly to Facebook.

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