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Every week we open up the tips box and highlight some handy reader tips and tricks. This week we’re looking at a no-fuss way to boot Android on your Nook Color, customizing your YouTube experience, and tracking laptop battery usage.

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This week marks the climatic end of the Harry Potter movie saga, but if you want to relive the magic of the first six movies then here is the perfect theme for you. This awesome mega-sized theme come with 53 Hi-Res Wallpapers...

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If you think you have seen the ultimate in gaming interfaces before now, then you will definitely love this. MS graduate candidate Arthur Nishimoto has put together a truly awesome looking multi-user touchscreen game demo dra...

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Install the application, enable IMAP in your Gmail account, plug your login credentials into SMS Backup, and you’re set to go. All your SMS messages will automatically be dumped into your Gmail account without any furth...

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Sleep Timer is different than most similar apps in the sense that it is not a media player itself; Sleep Timer is a tool you layer over your existing media applications. Sleep Timer is compatible with nearly every sort of And...

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DOS Prompt Wallpaper [deviantART]

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Spotify, a music discovery and streaming service that is wildly popular in Europe, is now available for US users.

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Ubuntu’s new Unity is a slick interface, but they’ve pared things down to keep it that way. Not many icons appear in the system tray, even for apps that are running. Luckily for us, there’s an easy fix.

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Connecting to the internet from Wi-Fi hotspots, at work, or anywhere else away from home, exposes your data to unnecessary risks. You can easily configure your router to support a secure tunnel and shield your remote browser traffic—read on to see how.

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Are you tired of looking at the same old boring maps of the world? Then have a bit of fun with a Super Mario themed version instead!

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Do you love the web fonts that Google has made available for use on websites? Now you can download all of your favorites and install them on your computer in just a few minutes.

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The new market features better app search and suggestion–including extra categories to better highlight the top downloads across a more diverse spectrum–movie rentals, ebooks, and a totally overhauled interface. C...

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Over at Make they’ve put together quite a list of quadrotor videos from around the web and from multiple labs working on quadrotor projects.

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Earlier this year StumbleUpon released an iPad version of their web discovery engine; the recent update comes packed with features that make mobile discovery fun.

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There’s a hidden advantage to digital photography, and it’s called Exif. See what it is, how it can help you, and how you can use it to learn from skilled photographers all over the internet.

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Tomato is a powerful third-party firmware for your router, but tweaking the software makes it even more powerful. We’ll be showing you our 5 favorite tips for Tomato routers to help speed them up and help you get your work done… faster!

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