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iOS: If you’re a big fan of new Night theme in iBooks 1.5 and wish the entire iOS had an easy-on-the-eyes night mode, it does–find out how to adjust the entire UI experience with a few taps.

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Readily available internet access is the lifeblood for laptops, netbooks, tablets, and other portable devices. Whether your travels take you to the local coffee house or across the country, never be without free Wi-Fi again.

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There is nothing quite like an awesome business card that reflects your passions and/or interests…

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After nearly a year Hexxah is back with a fresh release of ChromiumOS Lime. This latest version of Lime comes with vastly improved hardware support, removal of the PAE requirement, extra plugins as standard, and the opportuni...

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Yesterday NASA announced the discovery of a planet in a habitable zone around a distant star. This distant planet, Kepler22-b, is but one of the many types of planets we’ve discovered.

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If you’re looking for a quick and cheap way to improvise a camera dolly, this clever tutorial shows you how to use a common drawer rail to build a smooth-sliding camera glider.

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Do you love the unique shapes of snowflakes and the designs that form in frost? Then bring this chilly beauty to your favorite computer with the Snowflakes and Frost Theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with eight wallpapers ...

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Most of the time game glitches end up with people getting stuck behind rocks or the same note in the background music playing over and over. But break dancing bears? That’s a new one.

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Before we start there is a couple of things that you are going to need:

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Once a week we share three of the questions we’ve answered from the Ask HTG inbox with the greater readership; this week we’re looking at white noise screen savers, efficient file naming systems, and recovering from a password compromise.

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The HDTV market is loaded with high prices, jargon, and more than a few pitfalls for the uneducated consumer. Save your money, spare yourself a headache, and get the best bang for your buck with our detailed HDTV buying guide.

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What does it look like when you recreate popular iPhone video games in real life? A lot like this quirky music video from Hey Geronimo.

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We’ve shared various Quadrotor robot videos with you but we never expected to share one of the robots peacefully building a structure.

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If you’re looking for a cheap way to integrate a touchscreen-controlled stereo into your car, this clever Nook hack turns the inexpensive Android tablet into a polished mobile media center.

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Many of us rely on Windows Search to find files and launch programs, but searching for text within files is limited to specific filetypes by default. Here’s how you can expand your search to include other text based files.

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