We recently showed you how Google Chrome users recover deleted bookmarks. If you’re a Firefox user and have accidentally deleted bookmarks, you are in luck. Restoring bookmarks in Mozilla Firefox is easy.
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What if sharing files was as easy as dropping them onto a blank page and sending it off to a friend? That’s the idea behind DropCanvas, let’s take a look.
A Few days back, I posted a guide to so Firefox users to delete their browsing data at exit. If you use Google Chrome and want to make sure that there is no trace of the websites you visited — here’s how to delete everything when you close Chrome.
Most businesses, artists and websites have their own Facebook page. Now, Facebook has done something it should have done a while ago — offer different types of admins. Each Admin account has different rights on the page. Here’s how to use the new Admin types.
Earlier this week the FCC Chariman mentioned support for usage-based pricing for internet service as a means to improve efficiency. Also welcomed were WiFi sharing agreements between leading Internet Service Providers in the U.S.
When it comes to web browsers everyone has their favorite for one reason or another. If you’re an Android user, here’s Attack of the Androids host Mat Lee’s guide to 13 currently available.
Part of a solid backup strategy requires an offline cloud storage service. We want to know which one you use. Take a minute to take this weekend’s reader poll.
Ninite is our favorite service for easily reinstalling popular software programs and utilities on Windows fresh installs. There’s also a version for Linux. Here’s how it works.
If you’re a computer geek or new computer user, you must have heard of Skype. Skype is a useful VOIP application that allows users to make calls over the Internet. With Skype, you can even make calls to any telephone number worldwide.
Facebook is set to buy Instagram, as we all know. Here’s How to download your images from the service if you’re worried Facebook will ruin the service, or if you hate the fact that it’s now available for Android, or for whatever other reason.
Toss this mini device in your pocket or bag and always be ready to broadcast a fast 802.11n Wi-Fi connection. The entire router is 20 percent smaller than Apple’s AirPort Express, and this unit has an MSRP of $29.99..
Have you ever wondered when you first joined Twitter? Here’s a cool site that shows you when you were born on Twitter.
The Roku box is awesome for watching Internet streaming content, but did you know you can play videos, music and photos from an external USB drive? Here’s how to set it up.
Yesterday Dropbox announce Facebook integration. This will make it easy to share your folders and documents. Just be careful what you upload.