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Firefox 4 RC Now Available

After 12 cycles of beta testing, the Mozilla Firefox release candidate (RC) is finally ready.  It has been a long wait, but the development team has actually done a great job sticking close to their schedule.  So, what’s new in the release candidate that wasn’t there in the beta?  Less bugs, and stability.   See […]

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How to Set Up Selective Sync for Dropbox

If you are using Dropbox at work, there is a good chance that you don’t want to download content from all of your folders.  Some of your Dropbox folders could contain personal data, or items inappropriate for your particular workplace.  To avoid problems arising from this, we can use Dropbox Selective Sync.  Selective Sync will […]

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Nintendo 64 Emulator Now Available On Android

The SNES, PSX, and other game emulators have been available on the Android market for some time, and now a working Nintendo 64 emulator has landed.  Android developer, Yongzh, is the author of many highly stable and functional other emulators; SNesoid, GameBoid and other popular ROM-playing apps.  N64oid is stable, but it is still under […]

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NeatReceipts Free Alternative: iPhone + Google Docs OCR

In the past, I’ve been very tempted to invest $200 or so towards NeatReceipts, the paper-to-digital filing system you probably recognize from the SkyMall catalog. Problem is, I already own a scanner—and I just can’t bring myself to spend that much money on another one, regardless of how much easier it’ll make my life. But […]

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How-To Get A Cool Desktop Text Icons Dock

Hey, it’s the beginning of March. Have you been following all the new fashion statements? I know I haven’t, but I’m sure my PC has. With this cool tutorial we’ll show you how to get a super groovy hi-tech look for your PC using Rocketdock, photoshop and a few downloads! groovyVideo They say a photo […]

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How-to Look Up or Back Up Google Chrome Saved Passwords [No Longer Works - Pending Update]

Update: Chrome now encrypts password data and this method no longer works. If we find another method for recovering Google Chrome passwords, we’ll update this article. Aren’t saved passwords great? No more racking your brain to remember obscure login credentials or locking yourself out of your account after too many failed login attempts due to […]

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How Safe is it to Download Chrome Extensions?

Google Chrome extensions are popping up faster than you can say “there’s an app for that.”  As a result, the Google Security team simply can’t keep up with inspecting every single one of them.  There are a lot of great, useful extensions for Chrome, but there are also some bad apples in the bunch that […]

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