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Two-step authentication is common now. You probably use it when signing in or signing up for Gmail or other mail services, and you may use it for some social networks. Instagram is the latest social network to join the two-step ranks. Why is this type of security important, and »03/24/2017, Alex Choi
From the designer behind Trello and FogBugz (Anil Dash) comes a new website that allows coders to build apps based on existing code. The site is called Glitch (originally Gomix). If you want to build out an app that’s original and you’re decent with coding, you may want to read »03/14/2017, Paul Meyer
You might have heard about Pandora Premium a few months ago, but Pandora was slow to release the streaming music service. That day has come and Pandora Premium is now ready to contend with the likes of Spotify. Even though Pandora has some tough competition with Spotify, there’s still a »03/13/2017, Jim Lewis
Yesterday, Amazon Web Services (AWS) went down. The three-hour outage caused a lot of problems for customers on the East Coast using AWS (only the East Coast branch was impacted). Some of those customers included Medium, Quora, Business Insider, and a slew of companies that use AWS regularly. Additionally, the »03/03/2017, Alex Choi
Eight or so years ago, Mozilla’s Firefox was the definitive web browser to use. It’s still popular with desktop users. But Mozilla was never able to cross over into mobile quite as well as Google was with Chrome or Apple was with Safari. The most obvious reason being that »02/27/2017, Alex Choi
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If you’ve come within ten feet of a startup in the past year, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Slack. The team tool is one of the most popular tools within the startup realm. It’s also used in office settings (why walk across the room when you can just send someone »03/10/2017, Steve Luck
The one thing that irritates me about the WiFi connection in my home is that it isn’t always reliable. If I wander into one room or another, the connection might drop. This irritation has led me to look into building a stronger WiFi connection, which has led me to a »03/06/2017, Alan Vega
The sometimes gaudy fashion house of Michael Kors has recently released a smartwatch - well, two smartwatches, actually. Both of these watches run on Android and are relatively the same as the many other Android Wear watches that exist on the market already. The main difference is the brand (that »09/06/2016, John Cook
Zipline is an interesting startup that’s serving a real purpose in the world. The company uses drones to deliver things like medicine and water to remote areas that are in need of aid. This past year, Zipline worked with the United States government to bring blood and medicine to remotes »08/02/2016, Steve Luck
New Nintendo news is upon us! As E3 2016 approaches, more and more gaming news is starting to show up. While Nintendo is notoriously quiet about what they are working on, there are a few things that the company has announced will be unveiled at the upcoming conference. Here’s what »06/08/2016, John Cook
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Jitbit Help-Desk - customer support and knowledge-base software based on ASP.NET. Jitbit HelpDesk is a web based help desk support software ("trouble ticket software" or "issue tracking software"). Easy to install, accessible from anywhere via Web.
Throttle instantly upgrades your computer and modem to download files faster, browse the web faster and play games without lag. Throttle is one of the best internet acceleration software products and works with Cable, DSL, U-Verse, Fios internet.
iSurfer Shield allows you to surf the Internet in total 'stealth' mode, preventing malicious websites from recording your real IP address, also it helps protect your inbox from SPAM by providing disposable emails to use with less trusty websites
Award winning 3 in 1 solution - advanced Internet dialer, time synchronizer and proxy server. It can redial multiple lines, restore broken connections, calculate online time, cost and traffic, launch and close programs, synchronize clock and so on.
Skype is software that enables you to make free calls anywhere in the world. Skype uses P2P (peer-to-peer) technology to connect you with other users.