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Pressgram Launched With New iPhone App

Pressgram Launched With New iPhone App

Remember back in March when we told you about Pressgram, a new app that was being created to give blog owners an alternative to the privacy dubious Instagram? No? Well take a look here. They hit their Kickstarter goal and yesterday they finally launched. What Is Pressgram? As I mentioned above, Pressgram allows users to take control of their images, and not give them to the privacy ridden vortex t... »

Google Launches New Desktop Chrome Apps

Google Launches New Desktop Chrome Apps

Today marks the 5th anniversary of Google Chrome in all it’s forms, and for this anniversary Google have announced a set of new, groovy desktop “Chrome Apps” for us Chrome and Chrome OS users to take advantage of. They’re Not Really Web Apps…Well, Kind Of Anyone who uses Chrome, or the internet for that matter will be familiar with web apps, but these new Chrome Apps ... »

3 Great Websites For Killing Time

3 Great Websites For Killing Time

In today’s world, the Internet has all kinds of different practical applications that make our lives just a little bit easier each and every day. We use the Internet to communicate efficiently, conduct business remotely, and access information with unprecedented quickness. But, realistically, many of us also use the Internet for something much simpler – killing time! Endless sources of... »

Remotely Alarm & Wipe Your Device With Android Device Manager

Remotely Alarm & Wipe Your Device With Android Device Manager

There are many 3rd party applications that allow you to sound an alarm on your Android device, or even remotely wipe your device should it be lost or stolen. But now this feature is enabled natively by Android using the Android Device Manager. The Android Device Manager gives you a Google Maps view of when your device last checked in, and if turned on, you can remotely sound a ringer on your devic... »

The Ubuntu Edge Campaign Had Ended Way Off It’s Target

The Ubuntu Edge Campaign Had Ended Way Off It’s Target

So today the Ubuntu Edge campaign has finally come to an end, and unfortunately the device is set to wither away into obscurity once more – for the time being at least – as the campaign only managed to raised $12.8 million of it’s $32 million target. This Is Not The End I the final update on the Indiegogo page, Mark Shuttleworth and Co. alluded to the fact this is not the end for... »

What’s Your Computing History?

What’s Your Computing History?

For as long as I can remember I’ve had a special place in my heart for computers. I’ve always found them to be fascinating, and with the amount of functions they can do growing on a daily basis, this love isn’t set to end soon. Over the years I’ve seen many computers come and go, some gloriously in a shroud of smoke, and others just fading away into that computer heaven in ... »

Miniclip 8 Ball Pool – The Best Pool Game For Android

Miniclip 8 Ball Pool – The Best Pool Game For Android

A while back I wrote about World Championship Snooker for Android. It’s a great game for any snooker fan, but it’s a little too realistic and it isn’t free. So what if you want a fun, quick to pick up pool game that’s also free? Well, enter Miniclip’s 8 Ball Pool. I’ve been meaning to write about this app for quite some time as it is a really simple, yet brillia... »

How To Have Your Own Custom Email Address For Just The Price Of A Domain

How To Have Your Own Custom Email Address For Just The Price Of A Domain

Back in December 2012 I wrote an article that explained how to use your own domain name with Gmail. Let’s be honest, it’s much better to have a custom email address like mail@johnsmith.com than wizards_sleeve839@hotmail.com, don’t you think? The problem with the article I wrote back in December is that there is a limitation with the system that only allows you to really receive e... »

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