Popular file sharing service Minus has updated their web site, desktop app, and Android app with new interfaces and features.
Ever seen a mall photobooth create a “pencil drawing” from a photo? Give us about one minute, and see how you can create an easy grayscale image effect that looks like a tonal pencil drawing. Check it out!
Windows Home Server (WHS) is one of the most reliable and feature rich network attached storage devices on the market. However, WHS 2011 removed some key features. If you’re looking for an upgrade without losing features, look no further than Amahi.
This week we learned how to create Instagram style photo effects with GIMP or Photoshop, found out which dedicated todo list apps you prefer best, learned about the differences between various Linux Shells, announced that we are taking applications for a new writer here at How-To Geek, had fun customizing our desktops with classic alien goodness, and more.
Those pesky little aliens from Space Invaders have been with us for many years now and have found a special place in our game loving hearts. So look to the skies, power up your laser cannons, and get ready to add a retro gaming touch to your desktop with our Space Invaders Wallpaper collection.
This unique video provides a “behind the scenes” look at Mario’s regeneration and what he goes through each time he dies during game play. No matter what happens he never gives up and keeps going until he rescues his one true love.
Yeah Mom, I’m just good with computers [9GAG]
What happens after the end of the Portal 2 co-op campaign? This fan films sets out to answer that question.
Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite todo list apps and now we’re back to highlight your favorites.
We’re creating and storing more digital data by the day and it all ends up somewhere. Where are the worlds largest data repositories? Check out this infographic to find out.
Friday is finally here once again and it is time to have a bit of fun while waiting to go home. In this week’s game your mission is to take your awesome mining machine and work your way to prosperity and glory. Are you ready to dig in?
We’ve been covering topics on shell scripting because Linux can be put on almost anything. The versatility of the command-line shell is what really allows this, but what makes each shell different and why do people prefer one over another?
Once a week we dip into the tips box and pulls out some clever tips to share. This week we’re looking at how to instantly cool your hot car down, improve your Google search results with automatic synonyms, and extending your Android keyboard.
Some television shows can be a bit over the top with their so-called “magical powers” of image enhancing and this fun little comic does not hold back either. Get ready for a good laugh as the CSI team enhances the...
Meme comics with the oddly shaped heads and associated dialogue are popping up everywhere you look lately. So if you have been wanting to make a few of your own, then here is how to do it.
It’s frustrating when a web site denies you access because you’re outside of the country the site services (UK readers experience this all the time when accessing US sites). TunnelBear’s dead simple VPN service can help.
Now when you’re talking to someone you can put them on hold, accept an incoming call, and switch between the two calls just as you can with a real phone line that has call waiting enabled. Even if you don’t intend...