This DIY doorbell project turns your regular doorbell into a notification system that pushes out a text message and a picture of the bell ringer to your cellphone.
Google, Bing, Yahoo – all the major search engines track your search history and build profiles on you, serving different results based on your search history. Try one of these alternative search engines if you’re tired of being tracked.
Adding access to popular streaming video services is a great way to expand the reach of XBMC. Read on as we show you how to add Hulu and Amazon Video to your XBMC install to enjoy easy and on-demand video streaming.
Are you looking for an exotic or unique residence to move into? No problem! Just contact the Video Game Home Realtor and she will be glad to set you up in your new dream home. Just make sure to watch out for the crazy neighbors…
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All popular browsers offer build-in user agent switchers, so you can change your user agent without installing any extensions. Google Chrome and Internet Explorer both include user agent switchers in their developer tools, while Firefox offers an about:config option.
Once a week we round up some of the responses we’ve fired off to How-To Geek readers and share them with everyone. This week we’re looking at how to move the default location for documents in Windows 7, backing up Android, and multi-monitor taskbars in Windows 7.
A lot of us are lamenting the removal of the Start button and menu in Windows 8 Consumer Preview. However, a hidden context menu, or what is known as the Win+X menu, has been added.
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Last year we shared a video of a pair of floppy drives playing the Imperial March from Star Wars. This composition features eight drives cranking out the theme song to Doctor Who.
What do you do when you see a sweet LED and fiber optic chandelier but you don’t want to shell out over a grand to buy it? You build it yourself.
This augmented reality sandbox features realistic sand movement, differentiated tools, and (most impressively) real time topography and water flow. It’s destined to be the coolest children’s museum exhibit ever.
For those of you of the artistic persuasion, you might be using Photoshop or GIMP to color your scanned drawings. Fortunately, putting the line art in a transparent layer is very easy with this slick technique.