With all of the online accounts we all have, it’s easy to get lazy and start using the same password for multiple websites, services, and accounts, for fear of forgetting an important password. However, this can compromise your private information.
If you are a collector of video game wallpapers, then you have most likely heard of Orioto and the fantastic game wallpapers he creates. So today we have a real treat for you and your desktop with the first in our series of Video Game Remakes Wallpaper collections from Orioto.
Note: The icons come in .png and mac formats, Assassin’s Creed logo not included.
Harry Potter’s iPhone [9GAG]
Earlier this week we asked you to share the reasons you jailbroke your devices and the tools you used. Now we’re back with a roundup of great reader comments.
This terrific video takes a humorous look at what things could be like for hard working IT staff when the network goes down. Must….get….to….the….data center!
You get all sorts of notices from various services–Facebook, Twitter, YouTube–and you never get around to modifying them. Notification Control is a web dashboard with direct links to 14 popular services so you can...
In this week’s game you follow the adventures of a young woman as she explores the Realm of Dreams that has opened up to her. As her guide leads her further into the dream realm you will need to find all the differences between the panels to see where the journey will end.
Once a week we dump out the tips box to share great reader tips with everyone; this week we’re looking at DIY iPad styluses, easy cable organizing, and how to hack your own dirt-cheap signal extending Wi-Fi antennas.
Chinese New Year will soon be here, so why fill your desktop with the awesome power of the dragon? This wonderful theme comes with 12 wallpapers featuring majestic examples of the imperial dragon rendered in stone, wood, and bronze.
There is little doubt that most people have been hearing quite a bit about SOPA and PIPA lately, but how much do you really know about both bills? The Khan Academy does an excellent job of explaining just what they are and wh...
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This informative guide both explains the principles of radar-based speed measurement and shows you how to build a radar gun/radar imager using coffee cans and electronics parts.