This week’s edition of WIG is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as Microsoft’s collecting of royalties on 70% of US Android smartphones now, Google’s uncloaking of Chrome’s top security goals, Microsoft’s possible prevention against letting Linux boot on ARM hardware, and more.
If you’re a budding photographer or a seasoned professional, we provide tips and tricks for taking better pictures, some history of photography, and information about the future of photographic technology. Here are 10 of our best articles about photography.
Our planet is a beautiful sight to behold from orbit or further out in the solar system…a tranquil blue jewel resting among the stars. Bring the majestic beauty of our home world to your desktop with the first in our series of ‘Views of Earth’ Wallpaper collections.
Bring the excitement of the battle between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire to your desktop with the ‘Star Wars – The Old Republic’ Theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with 38 Hi-Res wallpapers, cu...
Moss and Roy decide to play a trick on Jen for her upcoming speech to the shareholders by letting her take a ‘portable version’ of the internet with her. Will the guys have a hilarious story to share or will Jen...
Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite cable management tips. You responded and now we’re back with a roundup of your great tips and tricks. Read on to see how your fellow readers tame their cable clutter.
MiniPwner is an inexpensive and portable device designed to allow the user to quickly gain access to a wired network for penetration testing or do a little war-walking to discover open Wi-Fi networks.
In this week’s game you enter the electronic world to engage in strategic battle on the fields of circuit boards using CPUs, HUBs, and GPUs to conquer your enemies. Do you have what it takes to become the true master of the boards or will you burn out in defeat?
This week we’re looking at how you can score a free year of coding lessons, craft your own Grid-It gadget organizer, and how you can skip shredding sensitive documents if you’ve got a bucket on hand.
Nearly every browser has an quick access download page that is easy to find and navigate, but Chromium the open-source version of Google’s Chrome does not. Francois Beaufort decided to rectify that problem by creating a...
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If you’re looking for a way to add sound-deadening panels to your home theater on the cheap, this DIY guide written by an Acoustical Engineer will help you fix up your space without breaking the bank.