Trello is an easy to use web-based project management tool. If you’re looking for a dead-simple drag and drop organizer to keep your projects (and team) on track, you’ll definitely want to take Trello for a spin.
An interesting look at the film industry’s long-term fight against innovation in media technology for consumers…
In this well done fan video, the characters of the Portal universe come together to sing their own rendition of The Nightmare Before Christmas tune “This Is Halloween”.
As all iPod owners might know, it isn’t possible to sync your iPod with more than one computer. But what if this computer (with which you sync the iPod) dies? All the content on your iPod is at stake, because syncing it with another computer will erase everything. Ah, poor lonely iPod. Fortunately, there’s a way out. So keep reading to see how you can sync your iPod with a new computer without the risk of losing data.
Once a week we round up some of the great reader questions we get in the Ask HTG inbox and share the answers with everyone. This week we’re looking at checking your Wi-Fi signal strength from your phone, syncing iTunes to Android devices, and how to back up the Windows Home Server.
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If you’re looking for a quick, dirty, and cheap way to extend your camera’s flash-sync cord, this tutorial shows you how to splice it to an Ethernet cable for easy length customization.
Orkanizer is a free, web-based, and feature rich Pomodoro Technique tool that includes productivity statistics, tagging, task histories, and even relaxing music to listen to while you work.
If you’re looking for an on-the-cheap standing desk but you’d like to use solid wood instead of particle board/MDF, this IKEA-based hack uses solid wood counter tops and still keeps it budget-friendly.
Opera, like all popular web browsers, contains features that sacrifice privacy for convenience. Opera contains some features that send every website you visit to its servers, but also offers excellent, fine-grained control of cookies.
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...