Today Getty Images launched a new feature on its flagship site — GettyImages.com which allows free access to millions of its photos via embed code.
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Windows 8 keeps trucking along, and the next big change will be in the form of what Microsoft calls Update 1. It makes the modern UI easier to use with a mouse and keyboard.
Mozilla released a beta version of Firefox for Windows 8 touch browser for public testing. It’s a version of Firefox optimized for the Windows 8 Modern UI.
Google Earth is for more than wasting time at work using Street View. It’s feature packed software that you can use for research, school studies and more.
Jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad allows you to get features not available natively through Apple. Evasion 7 is the easiest way to jailbreak iOS 7.
Windows 8.1 allows you to make the transition between the desktop and Start screen easier by keeping the same backgrounds. Here’s a couple ways to do it.
Windows Phone 8 allows you to automatically upload photos to SkyDrive. Or you can set it to not to auto upload photos and video, then put them up manually.
Microsoft announced that it’s making moving from Gmail to its Outlook.com email a lot easier. It uses a new web tool that connects securely with OAuth.
Finding out when Windows was installed is useful in a lot of situations. To get the most accurate date, check out these two easy to use command line tools.
The Google Chromebook is going to be a popular item for the holiday season. And if you received one, you’ll definitely wan to make sure you keep it updated. By default each time you turn on your Chromebook, the system automatically checks for updates and applies what it finds. But you might want to manually […]
Securing your iPhone or iPad running iOS 7 is just as important as locking down your laptop or PC. Here’s five tips to secure it and protect your privacy.
Windows Defender doesn’t have an option to schedule it to run on a schedule of your own in Windows 8.1. But with Task Scheduler, it’s easy to set up.
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.
YouTube accounts are now locked in with Google+ as the search engine giant updated its commenting system today. Users that want to remain anonymous will have to create a separate Google+ page or change their Google+ profile to a pseudo-name.