Running out of memory on your Android device because the manufacturer stuffed it with zillion apps? Here's how you can uninstall those System/Stock apps which the regular uninstallers out there can't do.
This holiday season, take advantage of Holiday offers. Here's a hand-picked shortlist of the best value-for-money hosting offering cPanel, RAID protection storage, premium bandwidth, LiteSpeed Web Server and R1Soft CDP with Free data migration.
There may be times when you want to browse sites on your Android device in private/incognito mode. While the stock browser in Android 2.2 does have Incognito browsing, here's a tiny browser for devices that still run on Android versions 2.1 and lower
Google’s Book Store, a collection of about 3 million books, is now available for your Handheld devices - Android, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Adobe eBook Platform
Want to keep track of your call minutes, SMS and Data usage? Since Androids, by default, do not log/generate usage statistics for Calls/SMS/Data, here's an How-To to do the same.
Your Windows Mobile is capable of running Android. Thanks to the Open-Source Developers of XDAndroid, Androidmnia and Wing Linux, multi-booting Android on a Windows Phone is now possible!
An article covering the specifications, pictures, review and rating of the budget Android devices in the market, for all the budget-conscious Android fans! Covers Samsung Galaxy Spica, HTC Magic, HTC Tattoo, Samsung Corby i5500 and LG GW620!
Serious update to all the Windows 7 users who use the non-genuine copy. Microsoft has released a WAT (Windows Activation Technologies) update targeted to kill non-genuine/pirated copies on Windows 7.
Shortened URLs are not uncommon these days. With services like Twitter where you have text limitations, you have no other choice than shortening the URLs just to save some space. But, not everyone is ready to click on shortened URLs, thinking that it would lead to objectionable or phishing sites as they won’t know the
Google Buzz, that found its debut in social networking a week back, has been buzzing people with notifications when a person comments on a buzz of yours (or even when your tweets are fetched). Now if you just don’t want to get your inbox flooded with buzz notifications, here’s an how-to for the same.
After Holiday Hosting for $20.99/year last Christmas, SiteGround, now has a Valentine Hosting offer for only $2 giving you the same features of the usual $9.95 hosting.
While PayPal is a trusted and a widely used payment processor, it has now created a lot of frustration among its Indian users, especially those users who initiated transaction in the past couple of days.
While switching a theme in your WordPress blog, it’s quite obvious that you’ll put your blog down to maintenance, do all the back-stage work (widgets, tweaks) and finally activate the theme, so your visitors won’t notice your blog’s design being broken if they happen to visit right in the middle of your work. Though the
A DOS-based Twitter client for all the geeks/nerds out there
After TinyURL, Bit.ly and Goo.gl, Microsoft is up with it’s very own URL Shortening service, naming it ‘Binged.it’ (inspired from Bing.com). It isn’t available for the public now, but is used internally and is common among Microsoft employees, and will soon be public.
With Flash Drives with higher data rates & high capacity, you can store virtually anything – starting from your holiday photos to PowerPoint presentations, starting from Applications to Operating Systems. Here is a list of the best of OpenSource Portable Apps, starting from simple utilities to 3D modelling applications, categorized.