How to recover data from USB Flash drive

April 24, 2017

Losing important data that you copied into your USB flash drive due to corruption or any other similar issue can be such an experience. USB flash drive offer a lot of convenience, sometimes they get corrupted due to certain reasons. If you are relying upon these devices for your sensitive data, there is a good […]

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Create Your Very Own Floral Bouquet to Send to Loved Ones with Interflora’s New App

January 20, 2013

Local flower shops, sure they are great places to buy flowers for your loved ones, but wouldn’t it be nice to be able to have an awesome online shop to buy flowers from with an innovative twist of technology? Enter Interflora, the online destination where you can find only the best, the most beautiful, and […]

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Fix: Safari 5.7.1 jerky YouTube playback?

June 6, 2012

Since Apple’s latest Safari update recently, which took Safari to version 5.7.1, I have personally had huge problems with many YouTube videos. When playing them, they would take a while to load, then playback would be jerky, skipping frames etc. Overall, making entire Safari run slow and unstable. What fixed the problem for me, was […]

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The Advantages of Using JavaScript Slideshows Instead of Flash Slideshows

December 15, 2011

Many people who are looking for a way how to present their content in a fun and interesting manner typically turn to using slideshows for their websites.  If you are always using a flash slideshow to present your website content, then you should try using a JavaScript slideshow instead as it is more concise, faster […]

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Could HTML5 kill Flash for good?

March 12, 2011

The whole HTML5 vs Flash debate really started with the launch of iPhone worldwide when more and more people became aware that Flash-based websites didn’t work on iPhone. With that, non-flash versions of previously Flash-based websites began to popup around the Internet as more and more people started using iOS devices such as iPhone and […]

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Easy Ways to Get Stunning Photographs from Your Point-and-Shoot

March 5, 2011

Maybe a DSLR camera is out of your price range, or maybe you are too intimidated by the myriad of knobs, buttons, and lenses that come with shooting with such a camera. Or then again, maybe you simply do not want to lug your prized camera to your son’s muddy soccer game, but still want […]

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5 Tips To Make Your Site Mobile Friendly

January 28, 2011

With the increasing trend in mobile platform, there are limitations of the website being displayed in the actual HTML format as designed for your web browsing over a PC or a laptop. These HTML formats could be made more amicable to make your website supportive and adapt efficiently to work well on the mobile platform. […]

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Flash coming to iPhone & iPad … ish!

November 2, 2010

Three months ago I mentioned the Skyfire browser might be coming to iPhone soon. Well, now it has been approved by Apple and is expected to appear in the App Store on November 4th with a price tag of $2.99 in the US App Store. Skyfire has a trick up its sleeve. It doesn’t fully […]

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Flash no longer included on Macs per default

October 27, 2010

The new MacBook Air from Apple comes without Flash pre-installed, something which Mac’s have had for a long time. But as you might know, Steve Jobs is not a big fan of Flash and Flash is not even possible on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Apple is now doing the same as Microsoft by […]

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Nikon D5000 – 15 Tips & Tricks [Video]

September 24, 2010

I’m still very much enjoying my Nikon D5000 which I purchased in November 2009 as being the first DSLR camera I ever owned. But it does have a few flaws (depending on the user and the user’s need), for me they are: No auto-focus in live view video recording mode, meaning you have to manual […]

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Apple now allowing Flash-based apps in App Store

September 11, 2010

No, you still cannot use Flash on any of the iOS devices like you can on your desktop computer, but, Apple has changed their developer guidelines to allow Flash-based applications, meaning that Adobe’s tool to (more or less) convert Flash applications into App Store-apps, might become useful again. Steve Jobs did say on June 3rd […]

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Flash Coming to iPhone in Skyfire Web Browser?

August 31, 2010

Apple is usually rather strict about which apps to let into their App Store, especially if they duplicate features of built-in iPhone apps. Nevertheless, Opera Mini was (surprisingly) approved some time ago and also Atomic Web Browser has been approved. Now there’s a new browser just around the corner, called Skyfire. According to MobileCrunch, it’s […]

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Tips For Digital Photography

August 12, 2010

Photography will ultimately become a hobby if you own a digital camera. Any one who is new to the camera is sure to turn himself to a professional soon, because every feature in the camera is user-friendly. An advanced model digital camera is built with features that make the photos appear vibrant and natural. The […]

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Photography: You Really Don’t Need Expensive Camera Equipment For a Photoshoot

July 24, 2010

Here’s a video I saw on a Danish photography blog, fotograftips.dk, that shows how little you actually need, to do a DIY photoshoot in your own home – without the need of a DSLR camera, a flash, reflector etc. All it takes is some good, natural light, coming through a white sheet hanging over a […]

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Whoa! YouTube Adds Support for 4K video

July 12, 2010

It’s just about 8 months since YouTube added support for 1080p video, also known as Full HD, and now they’re ready with an even higher resolution: 4K. 4K video has a resolution of, you better sit down, 4096×2304 pixels. That’s more than four times as much as Full HD (1080p). I don’t think my Mac […]

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Apple Showing Off HTML5

June 8, 2010

Apple created a new web page meant as a HTML5 showcase. It has seven HTML5 features, demonstrating their functions: Video Typography Photo gallery Transitions Audio 360º product view VR All of the demos have some kind of interactivity built-in so you get to manipulate with the result. Even though this web page is supposed to […]

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Steve Jobs: Apple Could Reconsider Flash, But…

June 3, 2010

Steve Jobs (Apple CEO) spoke at the D8 conference a few days ago where he’s quoted to be saying: “Some things are good in a product, some things are bad. If the market tells us we’re making bad choices, we’ll make changes. We’re just trying to make great products.” “We just made a technical decision. […]

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Apple vs Adobe – Six Battle Shoothout

May 18, 2010

Wired.com did what everybody was waiting for, except we didn’t know we were waiting for it. They put up six battles in the “Apple vs Adobe” war, with regards to Flash, of course. The six “battles” were: Mobile vs Desktop Openness vs Closedness Serving up the “full” web Games Security and Stability Streamlining development tools […]

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H.264 Already Won vs Flash – Microsoft Picks H.264 for Internet Explorer 9

May 14, 2010

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past, oh I don’t know, few months, you would already know that there’s quite a battle going on between Apple and Adobe over the use of Flash on iPhone and iPad. Few weeks ago, Apple posted a letter on their site called “Thoughts on Flash” by […]

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Apple Posts “Thoughts on Flash” – by Steve Jobs

April 29, 2010

Apple just posted an open letter called “Thoughts on Flash” and signed by Steve Jobs himself. The letter answers the “why not?” questions and covers six topics: Openness, the full web, security and performance, battery life, touch and drawbacks of relying on third-party development tools. You can read the full letter from the link above […]

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Adobe Preparing a Lawsuit Against Apple? Screw You, Adobe!

April 14, 2010

Tom’s Hardware is writing in an article today that Adobe might be gearing up to a lawsuit against Apple because of the whole Flash deal, more or less. While nothing is official yet, sources are citing that it could all happen within a few weeks. Earlier in the “iPhone vs Flash”-war, Adobe announced how their […]

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Official: iPhone OS 4 With Multitasking Coming Summer 2010

April 8, 2010

In an event today, Apple has at its headquarters in Cupertino announced features of the new iPhone OS 4, to be released during Summer 2010 (comes to the iPad during Fall). Steve Jobs took the stage to tell how Apple has won the J.D. Power award three times in a row, for highest customer satisfaction. […]

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Charlie Miller: Snow Leopard Easier To Hack Than Windows 7

March 3, 2010

Apple fanbois, you better buckle up, cause when the anti-Apple crew gets a hold of this little titbit from Charlie Miller, they might mock your choice of being a Mac user just a little bit. Italian IT Security site, oneITsecurity, published an interview with Charlie Miller, two-year contest champion at Pwn2Own where the deal is […]

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YouTube Parts With Internet Explorer 6

February 24, 2010

Google means business and soon end support for old browsers on YouTube, despite millions of users still surfing the ‘net with Internet Explorer 6 or other outdated browsers. Back in 2009, Google announced how they intend to end support for old browsers because it slows down evolution (is that even the right word to use […]

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