If you’re looking for new Android apps to download, we’ve got you covered. This week, we see a lot of interesting stuff fresh from the Google Play Store.
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Have you ever needed to send a friend or colleague a file that’s too big for email, and sharing it through a service like Dropbox or SkyDrive isn’t an option? WeTransfer lets you send up to 2 GB files and is dead simple to use.
Resumonk is an excellent resume creation web service that lets you create multiple versions of your resume and have them all stored in your account with different titles.
OCR Online is a handy online utility that can extract text from PDFs and handwritten scanned documents. Although, doctor’s handwriting will be a challenge for the service.
Millions of people worldwide are cutting their cable bills and switching over to Internet streaming media. Join us for a quick look at some of the best streaming devices currently available for TV’s everywhere.
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.
Firefox 4′s final version has been released today, and we’re already testing it out. The new version arrived right on time and according to schedule. By now it has already reached over 2.5 million downloads and updates. A lot sure has changed since version 3.6. If you’ve used the release candidate version, this shouldn’t be [...]
Last week Microsoft broke their Tuesday update habit and released an upgrade for Microsoft Security Essentials taking it to version 2.0, on a Thursday. With the new version there aren’t many new features to look at visually, but under the hood they’ve improved on what was already a highly effective anti-virus product. If you’re still [...]
The majority of users today hop online primarily to visit social networks and stay connected with friends and family. As such, developers are gearing more and more towards stitching together all of those social media experiences into the clients and applications we use most. Microsoft is no different. The Microsoft Outlook 2010 Beta saw the [...]
Microsoft Windows Phone 7 devices are officially on sale in the United States and elsewhere. Samsung, LG, HTC, and even Dell have jumped in and created phones for all of the major carriers, but with all of the choices available it brings up an important question. That is, if you’re going to get a Windows [...]
A feature-by-feature Dropbox vs. SugarSync comparison with screenshots. Free storage – SugarSync: 5 GB, Dropbox: 2 GB Dropbox allows you to share files up to 1 GB via public links or email. SugarSync limits it to 25 MB. SugarSync has native support for music playback on the web and for smartphones. Dropbox requires a third-party [...]
Desktop shortcuts are great. The Quick Launch bar is better. But for truly lightning fast shortcuts and functions, you’ll need to think outside of the “out-of-the-box” Windows 7 installation. Office Labs has been working on something they’re calling Speed Launch which lets you fire off applications, run web searches or pull up frequently used documents [...]
Camtasia Studio 7 is TechSmith’s easy-to-use, yet stunningly powerful and full-featured screencasting / software demo authoring suite—and I have to say, it’s incredibly groovy. I remember reading a prescient quote from Metallica frontman James Hetfield back in the 90s; he said something along the lines of “Don’t get a Metallica tattoo—we might suck tomorrow.” That [...]
Big hands are great for smashing things and catching footballs, but when you’re typing on a Laptop or Netbook with a Touchpad mouse they tend to hit the trackpad and mess everything up. True, you could just disable the trackpad entirely and use a USB or Bluetooth mouse, but what if that isn’t an available [...]