If there’s one thing I like about Gmail, it’s conversation view. Thunderbird doesn’t have this feature by default, but with this addon, you can get the same type of functionality.
Most of Meebo’s products are being discontinued as a result of the company being bought by Google.
Hmm…. anyone care to guess what we might be seeing today in the Store?
Here’s just a little bit of groovy-ness to help start your week off right. Blending the worlds of fantasy, comics and tech into a hearty meal for the eyes, Nitrozac and Snaggy created this cast mash-up poster for the imaginary “Game of Tech Thrones.”
Even on a fast Internet connection, a website with several images takes an annoyingly long time to load. If you don’t care about the pictures and just want the text, it’s easy to block them in Google Chrome.
If you’re a new user of the Xbox 360 and have an iPhone or iPod touch, you can stream music from your iDevice to the Xbox. This is a neat trick and it streams music wirelessly faster than streaming it from Windows 7 Media Center to your Xbox 360.
Do you think somebody is accessing your Gmail account without your knowledge? If you suspect any suspicious activity, checking the recent activity of your Gmail account will help keep your account safe.
If you want Google Chrome to give you instant search results, you can enable this groovy feature that is otherwise turned off. But, this service comes at a high cost to your privacy.
Would you be okay with someone stalking you online? It sounds creepy. Yet, this is something that over 600 companies do to users all over the internet on a daily basis. Here’s a free Browser plugin that can do something about it.
Creating a passcode to lock your Android smartphone is an essential step for keeping it secure. Here’s how to set up an alphanumeric password to keep your device secure.
If your Thunderbird inbox seems to be full of spam, why not start marking emails as junk. You can skip an extra step by sending them straight to the trash as well.
Next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference is sure to have a certain air of vacancy to it – it’ll be the first of Apple’s annual extravaganzas to be held since Steve Jobs’ passing. But even though something will be missing from the event next week, there will be plenty to talk about.