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Meet Kiddle – A Search Engine for Kids!

Meet Kiddle – A Search Engine for Kids!

While Google search engine does have a decent content filter, it fails consistently in providing safe search results for children specially when children search for terms that can have multiple meanings. To make matter worse, an alarming number of websites, […]

Facebook on TOR!

Last month, Facebook announced that users will be able to access the social network through Tor, a popular privacy-protecting program. This is a bit of a big deal for the tech world as Facebook is the first major tech company […]

BlueStacks – The Android Emulator for Windows

Recently I have been obsessed with running Android apps on my Windows 7 PC. Don’t ask me why, but even though I have a great 10″ Android tab, I still get the urges to multi-boot my PC. I have tried […]

Introducing Tor

No, not the super hero. Its a browser. A free software and an open network that protects you from traffic analysis, a form of network surveillance, that is against the very essence of the Internet. When you live in a […]

Wireless Brain Implant Aims To Give Paralyzed Power Over Their Limbs

http://tpt.to/a4dn588 I guess this will eventually take a direction where people without disabilities would use this technology to improve physical limitations.

WordPress App for Android

WordPress App for Android is a well designed and stable app. I was initially skeptic as I have come to adore Windows LiveWriter but after a quick feature and functionality check I am impressed. Blogging from my tablet or cell […]

Google Play Not Playing Fair

I have been trying to download the WordPress app from the Google Play store and it kept blocking it saying that the app is not compatible with the version of Android on my tablet. I downloaded the same app from […]

Lost Without Extension

Ever had a file on your hard drive without an extension? Don’t know which program to use to open it? This is a usual scenario for many computer users. Fortunately,  there is still hope. One of the easiest ways to […]

DOS Still Useful

Ever had this need to copy or move files from multiple subfolders to another folder? For example, if you have many subfolder under Pictures and you want to copy all video files to another folder just for videos? The Windows […]

Back to the past.

Back to the past.

I was just browsing the net when an uncontrollable urge to revisit the past made me dig out all the computers I have owned or worked on. So, here is a list, in chronological order, of the computers that I […]