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Stream Movies, Music From Desktop to iPhone, iPad, Android with Plex

I have used a couple of media servers to stream my movies and music collection from my desktop to our Sony Playstation 3 and watch it in our big screen TV. TVersity and PS3 Media Server have worked well for their purpose. I have also dabbled with XMBC a little. However, with our 2 week […]

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Download Firefox 4.0 Now – Update Coming Tomorrow

Mozilla has announced that their next big release – Firefox 4 is coming tomorrow. However, if you would like to grab the final Firefox 4.0 public version now you do so now. Download Firefox 4.0 If that server is overloaded, you can also try to download it from here.

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Tip: Save Any File on the Web Directly on Dropbox

I absolutely love Dropbox hacks and here is another trick you may not know. If you are on a public computer and you want to upload a file you found on the Internet straight to your Dropbox account, you can do so. How? Just right clock on the file you want to save in Dropbox […]

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WinX Blu-ray DVD iPhone Ripper Free Until Jan 10

Digiarty is known for their DVD ripping software. Winx Blu-ray DVD iPhone ripper is their popular 1-click solution to ripping Blu-ray DVDs to a mobile device format. This is the easiest way to convert your Blu-ray collection to format you can watch on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Digiarty is giving away their Winx […]

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ToodleAir – A Must Have ToodleDo Companion

For those using ToodleDo, it needs no introduction. If you are new to it, check out my ToodleDo online task manager review here. ToodleDo has really helped me with managing my tasks with me loosely following the Getting Things Done principle. However, I wanted an easier way to input my tasks as I came across […]

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Download Best of Free Software As a Bundle with FreeApps

The most tedious part that puts us off from doing that occasional clean re-install of any OS is the time it takes to get it back to how we like our system again. There are probably a few dozen free and great software that you have found over the years and can’t live without. FreeApps […]

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Bend Editor – Sleek and Simple Windows Text Editor

I turn to Notepad++ for all my text editing needs. It is free, open source and extensible with functions. Like Firefox, it is the swiss-army knife of code editors. You can get any feature on it with the right plugins. However, it lacks sorely in visual interface and it looks so drab and it can […]

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TweetDeck Gets Google Buzz, FourSquare & More

TweetDeck is an amazing desktop Adobe AIR app for Twitter. But, it has been adding support for other social networks as well making it a one app to have in your desktop to access all your social network accounts! TweetDeck version 0.34 just came out with some amazing additions and here is a quick run […]

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New Skype Beta Gets Group Video Chat. Not Free.

Skype is one of the best & popular video chat clients and we use it to chat with our parents and family in India. The chat video is pretty amazing compared to other video chat clients even when one end is in a low bandwidth connection. One feature we have missed is a ‘group video […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 10-05-04

It doesn’t matter how many new browsers come to the forefront Firefox still does the job for me with its extensive browser add-ons. Google Chrome is catching up in the extensions space but Firefox still is in the lead for me and my specific tasks. I have found a few more great add-ons that I […]

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How to Add Dropbox to Windows 7 Start Menu?

I love Dropbox hacks and write them as and when I encounter one. I use Windows 7 on my desktop besides using our new 21.5” Apple iMac. And Dropbox is one of the first applications I install on any operating system! How-To-Geek has shared how to add “My Dropbox” or any link for that matter […]

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Free Software to Rip Blu-Ray Discs – MakeMKV

There are plenty of solutions for ripping DVDs now and DVD Shrink is my long time favorite even though I believe it has been discontinued. It is still available as a free download from many sources. But, Blu-ray is becoming more and more common place but ripping Blu-ray discs hasn’t been that easy. MakeMKV beta […]

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Failed SATA Drive? Replace With A SSD Instead

Are you upgrading your computer’s hard drive becuase it failed or because you want to increase capacity? Before you go looking for a SATA hard drive, look at a great new option that is becoming common place in newer computers – Solid-State Drives aka SSD Drives. Solid State Drives are more durable than the mechanical […]

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Screenpresso – Feature Rich Screenshot Utility

Ok how many screenshot programs does a blogger need? Apparently yours truly (me) needs one more. I keep coming across new and excellent screenshot taking software. I have long been a fan of FastStone Capture and recently reviewed PicPick. I just came across Screenpresso – a free and feature-rich screenshot taking freeware utility. Screenpresso claims to give […]

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Skype 4.2 Supports 1280 x 720 HD Video Calls

Skype 4.2 Supports 1280 x 720 HD Video Calls

Skype is the most popular video conferencing software used around the world. I use it to chat with my family in India all the time and have consistently found the video quality to be better than any other options. Skype has just announced in the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it’s latest […]

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