Monday, August 5, 2013

Nine TOOLS for Building Your OWN MOBILE App

Nine Tools for Building Your Own Mobile App
As a small-business owner, if you decide there's good reason to develop your own mobile app, there are several ways to do it.
But before you dive into the deep end of the app development pool, familiarize yourself with a number of the more advanced mobile development options. Here's some background on each platform:

Sunday, August 4, 2013

How to Sync iTunes Across All Your Computers with Dropbox

If you run iTunes on multiple devices, chances are you've had trouble keeping your libraries in sync. Maybe you've even tried Dropbox but ran into syncing conflicts. Here's how to sync iTunes with Dropbox problem-free, on Windows or Mac.

10 COMPUTER Tricks Every Geek Should Know How To DO

LifeHack has talked before about the things every computer user should know how to do, but we geeks are special: we want to go above and beyond, to explore every nook and cranny of our system and make everything easier. Here are ten ways to do just that.

Top 10 Clever Uses for Dropbox

Dropbox is an awesome service. You can back your files up to the cloud, sync them between computers, and share them with your friends. That's not all it can do, though. Here are our top 10 favorite clever uses for our favorite file syncing program.

Note: If you don't use Dropbox, don't fret—you can do most of these things with any file syncer you want, whether it's SkyDrive, Google Drive, Cubby, or something else.

Print Files on Your Printer from Any Phone or Remote Computer via Dropbox

Tech how-to blogger Amit Agarwal details how to combine a Dropbox account and a simple script with any device that supports Dropbox (i.e., almost all popular smartphones and Windows/Mac/Linux operating systems) to remotely or wirelessly print documents on your home printer

The video above demonstrates the script in action, but the four-step setup is pretty simple. The short version:

Know the Difference Between Good and Bad High RAM Usage

Sometimes people like to panic when their computer's resources seem to be maxed out. While CPUs and hard disks may suffer from high usage, RAM doesn't necessarily slow down your computer when it appears to be running low.

Friday, August 2, 2013

2014 Toyota 4Runner Revealed (PICTURES)

Toyota‘s 2014 4Runner has been revealed, a refresh of the mid-sized SUV with a new, extra-rugged exterior and more comfortable interior as well as a trio of variants. The new 4Runner will be offered in SR5, Limited, and Trail formats – depending on whether the driver’s focus is budget, luxury, or off-road potential – with seating for up to seven and a choice of drive modes from the standard 4.0-liter V6 and five-speed ECT-i auto transmission.

Moto X official: Touchless Google Now and 10MP Clear Pixel camera

The Moto X is official, relaunching Motorola and bringing Google Now to the forefront of the Android experience. The year-long handiwork of Google’s new management, the Moto X trades spec-bingo for usability and customization options, like sixteen casing colors to choose between, and instant all-voice access to Google Now. Inside the 4.7-inch 720p HD smartphone there’s a new Motorola X8 architecture and a custom-stacked battery for balancing power and runtime when it lands on all five networks this August.

Report: Verizon, Vodafone and BT gave UK government unlimited access to undersea network cables

PRISM isn't just for US agencies -- last month it was revealed that the UK's Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) has been using the program to collect emails, photos and video content from an assortment of internet providers. Now, a German newspaper claims to know what companies collaborated with the security agency. 

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