If you’ve ever wondered how advanced webapps can get, here’s a new app that pushes the limit. Adobe recently unveiled a new beta webapp, Project ROME, that lets you create advanced documents, presentations, webs...
Shooting Star – Literally [DesktopNexus]
Do you like to finesse and choose the icons that represent each individual drive on your computer? If so, then we have two icon packs that will add a touch of style to your system.
Are you looking for a terrific Twitter client for your Ubuntu system? Then Hotot just may be the one for you with its’ phone app style transitional interface.
millenium falcon [DesktopNexus]
This week we learned how to know the difference between pixels and vectors, make DVDs from almost any video file, sync Rainlendar calendars for free with Dropbox, use verbose boot messages to troubleshoot Windows startup problems, make Microsoft Word always use plain text for pasted text, and more.
Are you looking for a theme that adds that perfect bit of moodiness and attitude to your Windows 7 desktop? The new lightning theme from Microsoft contains gorgeous images of lightning and storms that will electrify the way your desktop looks.
From YouTube: A sleep deprived office worker finds a Black Hole whilst photocopying late one night. Suddenly the possibilities seem endless. Will greed get the better of him?
Note: The original image is 804*768 pixels but can easily be placed on a larger, matched-color background to fit your monitor (as seen in our example above).
YouTube, Gmail, and Google Maps might have come bundled on your Android phone, but now Google has been separating them out and adding them to the Market so you’ll get quicker updates. And now YouTube has a new version.
Do you prefer the look of natural wood for your computer work area or home office? If so, you can now take things one step further and add a wood grain theme to Chrome.
What do you get when you mix Star Wars and Kill Bill? Kill Vader!
Be Right Back… [DesktopNexus]
If you’re tired of the default Music application for your Android phone, now you’ve got another option to play all those MP3 files—and it’s Winamp.
Last week we told you about the upcoming release of the first Opera 11 Alpha edition, and starting today it is available for download.
If you’re tired of all the Facebook “Like” buttons and widgets on every web site (including this one), you can get rid of them entirely with a simple extension for Google Chrome.
Are you looking for something a little more unique to finish out that perfect Star Trek TOS themed desktop? Then you should take a look at these two icon sets that feature props from the original series. Get ready to beam up ...
Shortened URLs have become an everyday fact of life when visiting your favorite social services online. The LinkPeelr extension for Chrome lets you see the real links behind shortened URLs when you hover your mouse over them.
It is no secret that Adobe has experienced a multitude of security problems with their PDF software recently, thus making it a very attractive target for hackers. What we would like to know this week is will you use the new “sandbox security” version when it is released or continue to use an alternative PDF software.
Want to add some Halloween and Autumn inspired goodness to your Windows 7 desktop? Microsoft has just released a new theme pack that will add the perfect spooky touch to your computer in time for the season.
Regardless of which browser you use, WOT (Web of Trust) is one of the most useful and helpful extensions you can install. With the current and older versions of Opera you could only use a bookmarklet version of WOT, but that ...
Yamaha’s HRP-4C girl-bot could already sing songs from a preselected list and walk, now she can also add dancing to the list. If you have an interest in robotics then this will definitely be an interesting video for you to watch.
Want to upgrade to a massive internal hard drive? Western Digital has just announced their next drive, with a capacity of three terabytes.
Retro Humor [DesktopNexus]
The Prelinger Archives have a wonderful video from 1959 explaining the concept of Polymorphic Computing, otherwise known as distributing computing power using a whole host of machines. This is definitely an interesting and fu...