This week’s edition of WIG is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as the botnet apps found in the official Google Android Market, Mozilla’s plans to add a reset button to Firefox, the operator of the Kelihos botnet was a former anti-virus firm employee, and more.
Wi-Fi is a big part of everybody’s daily life. However, it can cause frustration if not set up properly or optimally. Worse than that, it can get you into big trouble if it is not secure.
Auroras lighting up the sky with bursts of color are truly stunning visual experiences and make great photos when caught on camera. Now you can bring the beauty of these sky-borne events to your desktop with the first in our series of Auroras Wallpaper collections.
Apps that check for updates for your favorite Windows software are becoming more popular, but are they actually good and if so which ones work the best? The folks over at the 7 Tutorials blog have analysed seven different pop...
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In this terribly clever restaurant advertisement we’re treating to 500 frame-per-second slow motion video of everything from watermelons to beer bottles exploding in a microwave.
Lately we’ve been subjected to some rather fierce debate about piracy and the alleged and irreversible harm it does. One thing lost in the current debate is the long eye of history and how pirates have served our culture.
If you’re looking for a new wallpaper this ultra-high resolution image of the Earth’s surface spans a whopping 8,000 by 8,000 pixels.
In this week’s game you take control of aerial armies as the war between bees and bears elevates to the next (and final) level. Can you lead the bee armies to victory over their enemies and ensure that bee civilization, not bears, will dominate the land?
Tired of Ubuntu’s Unity desktop environment? Try Cinnamon, the latest desktop environment from Linux Mint. Cinnamon offers a more traditional, GNOME 2-like layout, but it’s based on the modern GNOME Shell — and you can install it on Ubuntu.
There is no option in Word 2010 that allows you to use a different header and footer for different sections in a document. The trick is to use section breaks and unlink the header and footer respectively–this allows you to set them as you are creating the document.
Once a week we round up some of the great tips that flow into the HTG tips box and share them with the greater readership. This week we’re talking about downloading your Facebook data for easy wall searching, packing lots of apps into iOS folders, and keeping tabs on web apps that can access your private data.