Google is a powerful tool, but you’re missing out on a lot of that power if you just type words into it. Master Google and find the best results faster with these search tricks.
Our last edition of WIG for February is filled with news link goodness such as Chrome’s possible new password generator, Mozilla’s upcoming marketplace for open web apps, Canonical’s release of Ubuntu for Android, and more.
Now that you’ve learned how to take beautiful photographs, you can learn how to use Photoshop, GIMP, Paint.NET, and other editing programs to edit and enhance your images and photos, along with learning some general terminology and information.
Last month we brought you an awesome set of video game wallpapers by artist Orioto and today we are back with more. Brighten up your desktop with the second in our series of Video Game Remakes Wallpaper collections from Orioto.
Ah…the wonders and joy of technological progress…
Creating desktop shortcuts in versions of Ubuntu prior to 11.04 was as easy as right-clicking on the desktop and creating a launcher. However, now, you must install extra packages and then run a special command to create a shortcut.
House, Snow, Winter, Castle, Trees, Forest [The Paper Wall]
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The Dark Room is a fun reinvention of the choose-your-own-adventure genre–rather than flip pages to find your way through the adventure you select new videos.
The clouds are moving in and the sky darkens as a storm approaches. If you love the look and feel of storms on the horizon, then you will definitely want to download the Dark Skies Theme for Windows 7. This theme comes with t...
This week’s game will put your puzzle solving skills to the test as you work to successfully create an exit by rearranging gold blocks on each level. Do you have what it takes to defeat this wicked brain teaser or will it defeat you?
The Swype keyboard for Android replaces pecking at letters with gliding your fingers over them. Swype automatically interprets your gesture and figures out the word you meant to type.
Viewing the permissions of each installed Android app requires digging through the Manage Applications screen and examining each app one by one — or does it? aSpotCat takes an inventory of the apps on your system and the permissions they require.