Archive: March, 2014

Organize (almost) every aspect of your life with these seven apps

Generic calendar apps are mostly useful for two things: Meetings—including appointments and conference calls—and birthday or holiday reminders. But have you ever tried to use a basic calendar app to create a workout plan or organize your travel itinerary? Check on this article from Trust me: It’s basically impossible. When it comes to scheduling […]

How to find out if someone has been snooping in your Gmail

Your Gmail account probably contains some sensitive information—emails from your friends and family members, information about accounts for other services, candid pictures, you name it. What if someone else has been poking around in there? Fortunately, Google gives you the tools necessary to find out. Take more info on this article from First, log […]

Facebook Favorite For Chrome Is A Private Way To Save Posts For Later

Facebook itself only has “Like” and “Share” buttons, both of which publicly tell people what you think. But what if you want to save a post for later without broadcasting or endorsing it? Meet Facebook Favorite for Chrome. Check this article from Solving A Facebook Problem One of the biggest problems I face on […]

Facebook Messenger Upgrades With Group Creation & Message Forwarding

Facebook chatterers, check your iPhones, as the new version of Facebook Messenger is now available. This one is version 4.0 and comes with two nifty new features. Check this article from Only available for iOS at the moment, the new Facebook Messenger comes with the ability to easily create groups, as well as forwarding IMs to […]

Watch out for photos containing malware

Cybercriminals use images in a number of ways to infect your computer. In most cases, the photo itself is harmless; it’s just a trick to get you to do something stupid. But sometimes, a .jpg file itself will contain malicious code. Be aware on this article from Let’s look at a few ways in […]

Twitter Gives You Photo Tagging & Four Photos With Each Share

Twitter just rolled out two fresh “photo enhancing” features that ramp up your social friendships. Now, with the newly introduced photo tagging, you can tag people in your photos. The other welcome ability is that you can also include up to four photos in a tweet. Go ahead and update your Twitter iPhone and Android […]

Google Docs Adds-Ons For Students: These 5 Will Help You Write A Paper

Word-processing for students has long been the domain of Microsoft Word. The recent release of add-ons is making Google Docs an appealing free option. The five add-ons we are about to meet have the potential to become quick favorites for people working on research papers, essays, and collaborative projects. But, are they good enough to […]

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