Opinion on (a conjecture drawn from) Digg’s newsletter editor failing to label a sponsored link and their subsequently advertised lookout for a new editor.
Random but meaningful thoughts on the Samsung Note 3 Android KitKat 4.4.2 update, and musings on wildfires, mobile phone photography at night and lots more.
In today’s world where everyone shares freely online, here are 15 nonrestrictive social media etiquette that can make online interactions a lot pleasanter.
As Ghost, a focused and beautiful blogging platform, is released publicly, here are a few ways in which it can improve; and why it must try to become more.
This work of satire is for humorous purposes only and not meant to put down any product. It examines how Google Glass and Car were born and impacted humans.
Thoughts and reflections on buying and (ab)using a Kindle Paperwhite for a week at home and on a long journey; and appraised only as an avid reader could.
In this quick overview of UNIX’s BASH shell we see all about Bash for the newbie and then discuss a complex but fun days-to-months conversion shell script.
With Catch notes shut down in August 2013 it’s time to re-evaluate the right note-taking app: Google Keep or Evernote or SpringPad or OneNote?
Here is where anonymity, photography and social media sharing are blended to perfection.
As Google kills its Reader service, here’s how you can move completely to Feedly and make it a part of your day
Guest Author, Tim Harwood, of TreatmentSaver.com addresses all your doubts
What does Flickr’s new interface, and 1TB and full res upload offer to all free members mean to existing Pro subscribers?
Hailed as one of the best dSLRs available today, does the Nikon D600 live up to expectations? Absolutely. Here’s why.
Make your Chrome experience quick and beautiful in less than five minutes with this how-to guide
Can Google Keep survive against reigning kings like Evernote, Springpad and Catch?
A juicy collection of ten Android eReader apps that will keep you busy for a long time.
Most people use their Android phone’s home screen to make their gadget experience more cluttered than organised. Here is how you can deal with this problem effectively.
Here are 10 most beautiful Android apps with flawless functioning and build, available on the Play Store: a must-have collection as we head on to 2013.
In part 5 of 7, we take a look at five incredibly productive uses of Evernote for photography so photographers can focus less on organisation and more on art.
Take a look at seven tips and techniques for all college students to use Evernote for college. Learn how to improve efficiency and get things done.
In part 3 of 7, we take a look at how you can organise your web browsing, clip and save your web experience efficiently with Evernote Mobile on both Android and iOS.
In part 2 of 7 we take a look at how you can quickly make your Evernote more organised and improve your note-taking styles, methods and rhythm.
In part 1 of 7 we introduce beginners to the world of Evernote. Understand it’s features and working and get ready for more advanced techniques coming up.
Learn the ten key aspects of an Android phone you must look into before buying it, and make a decision you will not regret.
There is no dearth of note-taking apps either on computers or portables. But when different users have different needs, which is the app you should go in for?