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What’s On Your Wishlist for the Holidays?

It’s holiday season and while it is the season to spend time with the family and be grateful for your loved ones, it’s also the season for presents. Whether you’ve been naughty […]

Is Your Favorite Game the Most Pirated Game of the Year?

Piracy in gaming is huge. The earliest form of illegal practices in computer gaming I can remember is a person buying a game and giving it to a friend to copy in […]

Ask the Readers: Which MP3 Player Should I Buy?

In today’s world, owning a cell phone and/or a portable media player has practically become a necessity. The thing is I don’t own either. No, I do not live in a cave, […]

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Download Free Apps for Your Phone at Phoload

For mobile phone owners, finding good applications to use can be tiresome. Firstly, you have to ensure that the software is compatible with your particular phone model. In addition, if the application […]

Joe Biden: Piracy's New Enemy

Now that the US elections are over and the results are out, it’s worthwhile looking at how the winners fare with technology. Everyone knows that Barack Obama actively used the Internet while […]

Torrentvalley is No More

Ever so often, the people in charge try to get tough with those who break the law. Sometimes, the ‘bad guys’ get away but more often than not, they get caught. And […]

The Big Guys get it Wrong Once Again, Prosecute Innocent People

Ever since the RIAA and other big guns decided to pull up people for illegal file-sharing of copyrighted material, the news has been full of cases involving these crimes. From individuals to […]

Download Unlimited Music for a Flat Fee

Currently, if you want to purchase music legally, you can use a variety of online music stores from big companies like Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo, etc. The modus operandi of these sites is […]

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Get Your own TV Channel at UStream

How many times have you turned on the TV and thought ‘Hey, I can create better shows than what's on'? If you're one of those people with a penchant for creating your […]

What’s Better: Dynamic or Static IP Address?

The IP address. Your gateway to the Internet. That little set of numbers that guarantees you can log on and check mail, watch videos, etc. This is something I only used to […]

Now You Can Buy Music On YouTube

Till now, YouTube was a place only for watching videos. Still, with other sites getting their act together, it was only a matter of time before these guys pulled up their socks […]

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Print Relevant Information from a Web Page with PrintWhatYouLike

Printing web pages can be quite a headache sometimes. More often than not, half the page is taken up by advertisements, menu bars, empty space, and other information that a user just […]

Have You Ever Built a Laptop Sleeve

Almost everyone owns a laptop these days. And every owner will tell you what a challenge it is to keep the laptop from the bumps and scratches that result when your laptop […]

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Use Worldcat to Search Libraries Worldwide

I never quite understood why most people shy away from going to a library. After all, 9 times out of 10, the information you are looking for is available at your local […]

Solve Driver Issues with Nodevice.com

A driver is a small software program that allows your computer hardware to communicate with the operating system installed on your machine. That means every piece of hardware right from the keyboard […]

Can You Build a PC for Less Than $100?

I was reading The Simple Dollar where there was an interesting post on the cheapest fully functional PC a person could use. The post was sparked by the author's own experience of […]

Watch Anime for Free Using Crawlanime

Anime is a form of Japanese animation that is primarily directed to an older audience. It has a large fan following and some of the shows actually have a pretty well developed […]

Use MetaTube to Search 100 Video Sharing Sites

When I want to view a particular video online, I usually try YouTube since that's where I'm most likely to find what I'm looking for. However, there are times when the video […]