I’m sure you would have heard about SOPA by now, but if not, it stands for Stop Online Piracy Act, and is a recent bill tabled in the US House of Representatives on October 26th, 2011. Although SOPA at the surface seems to be for a good cause, in that its objective is to fight… Read More »
Almost everybody needs to use the internet these days, but no matter what the reason is, speed is the number one factor when it comes to choosing a broadband internet service. And as a result, the government, internet regulation organizations, and ISPs, have realized this and have created various forms of classification for broadband internet… Read More »
Guest post by Tim Millet. Tim Millet is a freelance writer currently involved in the SEO industry. If you work in the online marketing and SEO industry, you know what it is like to have a cluttered and ridiculously busy desktop. Apple continues to prove it is the best operating system for heavy users who… Read More »
Have you ever considered learning some basic computer programming? Everyone who owns a computer should learn at least a little programming at some point, if not now. Just like everyone who owns a kitchen should at least know how to cook a little. Simple programming skills will make your computer experience a thousand times better.… Read More »
Although Office 2007 is designed to be quite user friendly, you may find yourselves lost when you switch to it from Office 2003. One of the main problems that you may come across is searching for commands on the Office 2007 Ribbon. Search Commands is an Office 2007 add-in that enables you to quickly search… Read More »
Without further ado, firstly let me explain that this post is going to be an outlay on some of the tech releases that have been, or will be unleashed on the world this year; it looks like they will be becoming big fixtures on the scene, at least for the next few years. Google is… Read More »
In a recent development, newspaper and other online publishers can now set the number of free articles which people can access through Google and keep the rest as subscriber-based only under a newly implemented program by Google, starting last year.
I have a thing for budget cars of the future, and although this piece of news is a bit old, I bet not many have heard of it. Take a peek at the new single seat Volkswagen (VW). This car is planned for the China market, and as far as I know, this will be… Read More »
Did anyone read the latest interview with Eugene Kaspersky, creator of the world famous Kaspersky antivirus software? I just read it, and in the interview Kaspersky mentions that the root cause for all security problems is – Internet anonymity. For those of you who haven’t read it, the interview is here.
If you are a regular PC user, you probably notice your computer performance declining after a few weeks (or months) of regular use. If you gotten yourself a new machine and you like tinkering with Windows and want to get a baseline of its performance, you can do a simple baseline performance monitor to see… Read More »