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21 Set/10

From the Tips Box: Android Shortcuts, Cable Catchers, and International Google Instant [From The Tips Box]

From the Tips Box: Android Shortcuts, Cable Catchers, and International Google Instant [From The Tips Box]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Readers offer their best tips for finding Android’s keyboard shortcuts, making quick cable catchers for your desk, and getting Google Instant working internationally. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: From the Tips Box: Android Shortcuts, Cable Catchers, and International Google...

2 Set/10

From the Tips Box: International Gmail Calls, Standing Desks, and Dropbox Drives [From The Tips Box]

From the Tips Box: International Gmail Calls, Standing Desks, and Dropbox Drives [From The Tips Box]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Readers offer their best tips for calling from Gmail overseas, making easy standing desks, and mounting Dropbox as a virtual drive. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: From the Tips Box: International Gmail Calls, Standing Desks, and Dropbox Drives [From The Tips Box] Technorati Tags:...

21 Ago/10

From the Tips Box: Class Schedules, Twitter Aggregators, and iPhone Connectivity [From The Tips Box]

From the Tips Box: Class Schedules, Twitter Aggregators, and iPhone Connectivity [From The Tips Box]

Readers offer their best tips for remembering class schedules, following news sites that don’t have Twitter Accounts, and connecting two iPhones together. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: From the Tips Box: Class Schedules, Twitter Aggregators, and iPhone Connectivity [From The Tips Box] Technorati Tags: class, class-schedules, connectivity, following-news, from the tips box, from-the-tips, fromthetipsbox,...




18 Ago/10

What’s in Your Backpack? [Ask The Readers]

What’s in Your Backpack? [Ask The Readers]

Your backpack is your constant companion throughout your academic career and, in many cases, long after. What are the essentials in your bag that get you through the day? More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: What’s in Your Backpack? [Ask The Readers] Technorati Tags: ask the readers, askthereaders, back-to-school, backpack, bags, constant, gadgets, go bag, none-solid, readers, show us yours, through-the-day,...

10 Ago/10

Giveaway: 5 Copies of SlideshowBox Photo Gallery Templates

Giveaway: 5 Copies of SlideshowBox Photo Gallery Templates

SlideshowBox is a collection of 24 high quality and stylish photo slideshow templates. It allows you to create photo gallery showcase with coding needed. So even if you are HTML or Javascript illiterate, you are still able to publish a cool looking photo gallery on the web. SlideshowBox is created by Jumpeye Components, and today we are giving away 5 copies of Slidshowbox Premium HTML (worth $99) to hongkiat readers. Here are few samples of SlideshowBox templates. Thumbnail wall...

21 Set/09

What Music Helps You Get Things Done? [Ask The Readers]

What Music Helps You Get Things Done? [Ask The Readers]

Music is a personal choice, but most of us can’t really sort emails to Slayer or hit tight deadlines with ambient drones. When you need to get things done, relax, or get creative, what tunes do you turn to? Photo by notrealistic. Gina’s previously recommended Groove Salad as a go-to productivity station, and our readers have suggested their best study tracks. We all work different aspects of our job at different times, though, so we’re looking to find out what soundtracks...

13 Lug/09

Ask The Commenters: We Broke It Edition [Hive Mind]

Ask The Commenters: We Broke It Edition [Hive Mind]

Thanks to the construction dust caused by recent site changes, the Rube Goldberg machine that runs our comment aggregation is getting a tune up. Here’s your chance to tell us features you’d love to see. Normally on Sunday afternoon we publish a roundup of interesting, entertaining, or otherwise notable comments from the Friday Open Comment thread. Since our remodeling project began earlier this week, we’ve run into a small hitch but assure you that the Ask the Commenters...

30 Giu/09

Is The Desktop PC Dead? [Ask The Readers]

Is The Desktop PC Dead? [Ask The Readers]

Desktop sales fell by 23 percent last year across the computer industry. In the U.S., 80 percent of sales went to notebooks. Gizmodo declares the desktop dead, but we’re wondering if you see a future for non-mobile systems. Photo by coda. Our gadget-focused sibling argues that a laptop can now do everything a desktop can do, only more simply, wirelessly, and with a negligible price difference. While they concede that graphics and hard drive performance, for the most part, are generally...

22 Giu/09

Are Standard Cellphones Too Complicated? [Ask The Readers]

Are Standard Cellphones Too Complicated? [Ask The Readers]

If you’re shopping for a smartphone, you want the best features you can get. But a new study suggests that many standard cellphone users are annoyed by unimportant add-ons. What do you want out of your basic cellphone? Photo by compujeramey. To get specific, mobile phone recycling company FoneBank surveyed phone users in the U.K., finding that 61 percent consider their phones laden with unnecessary features, 45 percent never use their phones’ MP3 players, and 30 percent don’t...

25 Mag/09

What Would You Do with a $40 Computer? [Ask The Readers]

What Would You Do with a $40 Computer? [Ask The Readers]

A handful of companies are making tiny computers, complete with USB and Ethernet jacks not much bigger than a hefty electrical plug. We’re dying to hear how you’d put such a tiny computer to use. What are these tiny computers we speak of? The chief executive of Marvell Technology Group, one of the companies manufacturing these tiny power-plug sized computers, told the New York Times. What’s in the plug? It’s a tiny plastic box that you plug into an electric outlet....