Use VoIP on Your Android and Blackberry With Google Voice

All you Android and yes, of course BlackBerry users, attention! Now you can make calls from their mobile phones using Google Voice. Users have the advantage of a platform that can synchronize SMS, unified phone number and automated voicemail transcription. Earlier the calls could be made only using a web interface but Google Voice makes … Read more →

How the web has changed the way we buy music – Infographic

The music industry is always changing, from the original LP records first introduced in 1926 (that were as big as 16 inches in diameter) to now being able to download the world of music straight to your phone. Since people discovered downloading music through the internet the music industry has changed dramatically. It’s now at … Read more →

10 Cool Office Desk Gadgets

Spruce up your desk and let people know that you appreciate cool stuff. You can show off your technological appreciation while keeping plenty of things around that will entertain you, your coworkers, and your visitors during the times of day when a little “pick me up” is in order. Here, 10 cool office desk gadgets … Read more →

What is the Usenet actually?

The Usenet existed even before the world wide web. In 1980 Duke university graduates Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis established the Unix User Network, which later was named simply the Usenet. It is a globlal electronic network which consists of Newgroups dedicated to certain topics. Those newsgroups divide the Usenet and its content into main … Read more →

3 Best Smartphones In The Market

Smartphones are more than phones that you can not only make calls, but also use them to read and send emails, browse websites, use as personal organizers with to-do list and calendars, electronic books, automatic reminders and alarms, meetings and memos, business tools and digital cameras, GPS navigators and much more. 2010 has been more … Read more →

HTC Desire HD vs HTC Mozart – Froyo vs WP7

High Tech Computer Corp, commonly known as HTC, is one of the top smartphone brands in the world. Even the iconic Nexus One had been developed by this company, for Google. Both Google and HTC have shared a very steady relationship since the birth of the Android platform. The HTC Dream, was in fact the … Read more →

5 iPhone apps that can save you money

On June 11, 2007 Apple announced that the iPhone would support third party applications and since then, their rise has been phenomenal. As of July 2008, there were only 500 applications available from the Apple iStore but that number soon rapidly grew. As of this month, September 2010 there are over 250,000 apps in circulation … Read more →

Ever Felt Like Smashing Your Company Servers? This Is The Next Best Thing!

For all of us that work for large companies, I think it’s a forbidden fantasy that we’ve all had: Walking into the server room, and knocking over all the servers just to see what would happen. That was certainly the case last month, when a man walked into the server room of a home loans … Read more →

5 Tips For Making Your Computer Start Up Faster

When it comes to owning a computer, the odds of something acting up down the line is highly possible. Perhaps a video will not play properly, or maybe the screen frequently freezes. Yet another issue is a computer that does not boot up as fast as the owner would like. Thankfully, there are things that … Read more →

4 Reasons Why People Blog

Hmm well the title seems to be little interesting and unique but there are real reasons found in the corner. Well there could be hell a lot of reasons but I would say that there are only four main reasons behind the blogging. The four main reasons are, 1) Money I have seen many bloggers … Read more →

CommentLuv – A Link Builders Dream Or The Latest Waste of Time?

First off I’d like to say I have never used comment spam, and I never plan to, I will admit that I have partaken in some forum spamming in my early days, before I seen the light. Matt Cutts and Google decided that they wanted to put a stop to this spam and the nofollow … Read more →