If you have a limited data plan, and are paying outrageous costs if you go over, check out OperaMAX. It claims to give you up to 50% more data on your plan.
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The Google Now Launcher, which offers the same experience Nexus 5 users get, is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a look at how it works.
Cyber Street is an initiative by the UK Government, in the form of a website. that helps secure personal computers, and it’s done in a fun and friendly way.
Do you miss the days of physical keyboards on smartphones, and have a ton of apps to find? AppDialer is a unique and geeky way to find them. Here’s a look.
Today we take a close look at a free product called Epic Privacy Browser which works hard to protect you online. Continue reading for all the details.
The iPad Air went on sale at midnight on November 1st and our Apple expert .Josh Windisch has had plenty of hands-on time with here’s his findings.
How unique are you to websites you browse on the internet? Do you blend in with all of the other users or are you someone who stands out and is easily identifiable?
Have you ever wondered what SearchFilterHost.exe is doing on your computer? Here’s an overview of some of the technical information regarding it.
Looking for a cloud storage solution that will save your videos and photos for over 100 years? Check out this new startup service called Forever.com.
If you think there’s not enough room on your android smartphone’s screen for all the shortcuts you want there, Sidebar Plus will help you get organized.
Vudu to Go is a cool video service that lets you convert your Blu-ray and DVDs at home and store them in the cloud to watch later on multiple devices.
AirDroid is a simple to use tool which allows you to manage your Android device remotely over the web. Here’s a look at cool features the service offers.
Thinking about buying the new 2013 Google Nexus 7? Here’s a spec comparison between the first gen model and the new one, and if an upgrade is necessary.
Windows has many processes running in the background. This time we’ll take a look at dllhost.exe to cover its functions and risks.