Change Your LastPass Vault Master Password Now

I recently became a LastPass online password manager user. I have used Passpack for the longest time but I am trying out LastPass for it’s easy browser integration and login abilities. LastPass works by encrypting all your passwords with a special encryption key – your master password. I just received an email today from LastPass [...]

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Tips to Develop Mobile Web Apps the Right Way

As someone interested in web development and WordPress development, I read up on article related to it. With the smartphone market more popular than ever, there has never been a better time to build mobile web apps. In case any of our readers are interested in mobile web apps development, I just came across an [...]

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Supercharge Microsoft Outlook with Xobni

Originally posted 2009-01-06 09:29:29. If you are still using Outlook and catch that occasional sneer from the ‘cool kids’ using Gmail or ThunderBird? Or are you forced to use it at work for some other reason? No worries. Xobni can make you look cool using Outlook. Xobni is just the reverse of the word ‘inbox’. [...]

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Tech Deals of the Day: 10-04-10

Tech Deals of the Day: 10-04-10

Originally posted 2010-10-04 16:00:00. With the holiday season approaching, this is the best time to shop for gadgets with prices plummeting. I hope to bring you daily tech deals I come across in a quick short post. Here are a few deals I saw today that may interest you Sony Walkman NWZ-S544 Series 8 GB [...]

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Adding Additional Encryption to Dropbox with TrueCrypt

You probably read or heard about the recent privacy concerns raised with using Dropbox as they just changed their Terms of Service (TOS). However, it turned out that Dropbox merely wanted to be more open about their policies and went into great detail as to what you can expect from them. Basically, it boils down [...]

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Must Have Super Google Reader Chrome Extension

Sometimes I am just bewildered why Google hasn’t been pushing their development efforts in Google Reader as aggressively as Gmail. But, thanks to the developer community we can get some nifty features added to these webapps with browser extensions. We have looked at several Gmail and Google Reader Firefox extensions before. It’s time to look [...]

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April 29 Royal Wedding to Be Live Streamed on YouTube

There is a lot of talk about The Royal Wedding set to happen in London, England on April 29, 2011. If you not in London and still want to watch the Royal wedding, you are in luck. The Royal Wedding is to be live streamed on their official YouTube Channel. The live stream is set [...]

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Tech Deals of the Day 04-18-11

A couple of deals on gadgets and electronics to save a few bucks. This deal is still alive: Xbox 360 4GB Console and a $50 Amazon Credit for $199.99 with free shipping For the Star Wars fans Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Collector’s Edition for $31.34 with free shipping for PS3 and Xbox 360. [...]

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Never Run Out of Minutes in Your Cellphone – WatchMyCell

Originally posted 2008-01-14 10:00:47. 4/22/11 Update: This service seems to be down now. One gripe I have about the US cell phone companies is the exorbitant amount of money one gets charged if we ever go over the monthly minutes allowance. I usually watch my minutes well and hardly ever go over my allocation. But, [...]

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Greplin is Google For Your Personal Accounts

Most of us use Google to search for information on the web. One search engine for the entire web. How do we search for information in various accounts we have on web services like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter. We search them individually as if they are all silos. A new web service called Greplin breaks down [...]

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Amazing Time Lapse Video on Nature [Video]

Even if you are not a huge fan of nature, this video will make you appreciate the beauty in everything around us. The Mountain from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo. Inspirational stuff like this video is what kindles my interest in photography time and time again. Here is a total lunar eclipse time lapse video and [...]

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10 Best Newborn Baby Photography Tips For Parents

I am a big fan of photography and read lots and lots on this topic. You can find my amateur attempts at photography here. With our 2 week old newborn son, I have been trying to take some good photographs of him to capture some of those rare moments we want to cherish later in [...]

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Calling America for Free

Originally posted 2009-01-13 10:18:34. I have featured a few ways before to make free calls to the US and other international countries before.  And trust me, there’s a lot of websites that offer such services. I just found a cool one named CallingAmerica.com. CallingAmerica.com looks promising and unique as it doesn’t require you to download [...]

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Tech Deals of the Day 04-13-11

Some very cool savings that caught my eye today Apple earphones w/remote & Mic for $2.99 Kindle Lighted Leather Cover – Amazon Warehouse deals Shimano Xtreme Fishing for Wii – $9.09 with free shipping Kodak PlaySport (Zx3) HD Waterproof Pocket Video Camera Bundle (Black) – $139.99 with free shipping (Free Remote, Tripod + 4GB SDHC [...]

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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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