Let me gush for a while about one of my favorite free Mac downloads out there. It’s Bean for Mac OS X. Bean is a free word processor for Mac users, and it does everything right.
This groovy tip is a time saver for anyone who frequently uses the command prompt within the Windows operating system.
The Android SDK is getting a heavy face lift. Upon release of the new version, development for the Android platform will be easier than ever.
Since Dropbox acts as an automatically syncing extension of your computer’s hard drive, setting downloads to go directly there save a lot of time. This Chrome extension does just that.
Successfully sending Gmail or other webmail emails from Outlook.com, but getting accused of phishing? Here’s the fix.
Finding a service that has a favorite song online to stream can be a hassle. TuneCrawl makes it easy to search across Spotify, YouTube, and SoundCloud all from one place.
Facebook is making a strong showing on mobile devices these days. But sometimes you might want to view videos and photos from your News Feed on a big screen. Here’s how with a Roku.
When you search on Bing, you’ll get posts related to your search from Facebook on the social bar on the right. You can “Like” and comment on those posts too.
Some applications in Mac OS X don’t have a keyboard shortcut by default. Or sometimes you might not like the existing key combo. Here’s how to change them in any Mac program.
Google recently added a Remote Desktop app for Google hangouts. It allows you to provide remote computer support to other users. Here’s how to do it.
If you have a Microsoft account, you get 7GB of storage on SkyDrive for free. If you just want to sync specific files from the cloud to your computer, check out the Selective Sync feature.
When you download apps for Android from the Google Play Store, you’ve probably seen some aren’t compatible with your device. Here’s how to find out why.
If you want to stream music and video from other computers on your network to Xbox 360 from your mobile device, check out Twonky Beam for iOS and Android.
The Recycle Bin in Windows provides a place to get rid of files and folders you no longer want. But sometimes you might want to delete them instantly. Here’s how.