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If you’re a recent Mac OS X convert, you might be wondering how to force a particular file type to open in a different application than the default. No? Well, we’re going to explain it anyway.

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If you’ve ever wished you could see your Android phone’s screen on your desktop or remote control it using your mouse and keyboard we’ll show you how in this simple guide to gaining remote access to your Android device.

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The idea behind Google Cloud Print is great—being able to print to your home printer from anywhere, but it’s not supported everywhere yet. Here’s an extension that helps fix that problem, slightly.

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If you’re looking for a bright flashlight without paying an arm and a leg this simple hack modifies a cheap $10 flashlight to be as bright as a $95 one.

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We all love to read information about new computer hardware, gadgets, software, and how-to articles to help us and satisfy our need for geeky knowledge. This week we would like to know if you prefer subscribing to/buying print magazines, doing all of your reading online, or using a combination of both.

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For those of you that love to customize your browsing experience, Firefox Personas–the all-in-one bundled themes for Firefox–are now available on Firefox mobile.

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Now that’s one anti-spam solution I’d gladly pay for. I’ll take a 5-year subscription, if you’ve got it!

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If you’re looking for an unobtrusive timer that melts into the background but still helps you focus and slice up your work into manageable chunks of time, Adobe Air-based Focus Booster is the lightweight tool for you.

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They’re there, lurking in your image files. But have you ever wondered what are image channels are? And what do they have to do with RGB and CMYK? Here’s the answer.

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Worried about archiving your tweets? Want a more powerful search? Want to see your tweet statistics? You can do all of that and more by installing ThinkUp on your home server.

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Last year Google rolled out desktop notifications for Google Calendar, now you can get Gmail and Gchat notifications on your desktop too. Read on as we walk you through configuring them both.

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Here is an interesting look back at the discussion the hosts of the Today Show had concerning what the Internet was in 1994.

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Are you someone who likes (or needs) to take screenshots often while browsing? Now you can streamline the process for easy screenshot capture and editing with the Aviary Screen Capture extension for Chrome and Iron.

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If you’re not squeamish about mucking about with your Nook and voiding your warranty, there’s a hack floating around that allows you to install Android 3.0 on it and supercharge the ebook reader into a full-fledged tablet.

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Have you ever accidentally deleted a photo on your camera, computer, USB drive, or anywhere else? What you might not know is that you can usually restore those pictures—even from your camera’s memory stick.

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If you’ve ever wanted to wander the halls of distant museums while still in your cubicle, Google Art Project is an ambitious project that takes you inside dozens of art museums around the world and gives you intensely d...

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Emerald World [DesktopNexus]

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Work is boring, what can I say? Usually I was up way too late every night, making the whole situation much worse. It got so bad that one of my co-workers took pictures for blackmail. =)

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If you frequently find yourself at an internet café or other location that provides free internet but restricts the amount of time or bandwidth you use, changing your MAC address can often be enough to circumvent restrictions.

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Are you looking forward to Valentine’s Day? Then we have the perfect way for you to start customizing your desktop for the holiday with our Valentine’s Day Icon Packs collection.

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