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Five Of The Best Beginner Linux Distro’s

Five Of The Best Beginner Linux Distro’s

Linux is considered by most to be a big scary place for new users to break into, but the truth is that’s Linux distributions provide a great community for many technology enthusiasts to come together and share their ideas and of course their desktops. So if you’re sick of looking at that familiar blue Widows desktop and you’re looking to learn something new, or if you just want s... »

Copy Announces 15GB Of Cloud Storage For All Users

Copy Announces 15GB Of Cloud Storage For All Users

Copy is a fantastic cloud syncing system that has quite possibly the best referral scheme on the planet. For every user that you refer to Copy, each of you gets an additional 5GB of free storage, what’s more there is absolutely no limit to the amount of storage you can earn. I myself currently have over 400GB of free storage with Copy, all from referrals. But now the deal has gotten even bet... »

Best Alternatives for Google Reader

Best Alternatives for Google Reader

The beginning of the end is almost here. Beloved RSS feed Google Reader will cease to exist in about a month and a half and millions are scrambling to find alternatives to replace it. As an apparent Google fan-girl at this point, Reader was actually one of those Google services I hardly used until I found phone apps that would tap in to the service. With Google’s announcement that they are p... »

Insuring Gadgets: Is It Worth It?

Insuring Gadgets: Is It Worth It?

It’s officially true: we’ve all gone gadget mad with our tablets, mobiles, laptops and cameras – but have we got adequate contents insurance if something happens to them all? Not sure? Then follow these easy steps to making sure you’re covered: Work out how much they’re all worth If you bought them yourself, you’ll have the receipts. If not, it’s easy to find out an item’s market ... »

Why Your Blog Doesn’t Earn Any Money

Why Your Blog Doesn’t Earn Any Money

So you’ve got a blog. It’s near and dear to your heart. Maybe it’s about puppies, or gardening, or parenting or bird watching. Whatever the case, it takes time and effort to maintain, and there’s a good chance you’d like to earn some money from it, so you throw a few Google AdSense ads up and wait for the cash to start rolling in. And wait. And wait. And wait. “... »

Have A Free Online CV/Resume With Enthuse.me

Have A Free Online CV/Resume With Enthuse.me

Enthuse.me is a free tool that allows users to create a free online showcase of all of their skills and expertise. Enthuse.me put quality over quantity with a simple one page profile to show it all off. Here is what the guys over at Enthuse.me have to say about why they created it… “We created enthuse.me to help you promote yourself and your expertise. Create a one-page profile to show... »

Google Launches New Site To Assist Hacked Website Owners

Google Launches New Site To Assist Hacked Website Owners

Hacking is a huge problem across the whole of the internet, and with recent stories like Twitter being hacked it’s obvious that hacking is alive and well all over the internet. So Google have decided to step in and help. It’s not just the big boys Just because your site isn’t as big as some of the ‘big boys’ who have recently been hacked like Twitter & LinkedIn,... »

ownCloud Setup Guide

ownCloud Setup Guide

ownCloud is a superb cloud syncing service that you can run on your own hardware. With the recent release of ownCloud version 5 this seemed like the perfect time to publish an ownCloud setup guide for you guys to follow, we hope you enjoy it.  Setting up an ownCloud server isn’t the easiest process to do so I wouldn’t recommend any one to undertake this unless you are using a spare m... »

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