Services to Check Whether a Web URL is Safe to Open

Services to Check Whether a Web URL is Safe to Open

Phishing and social hacking are the most wide spread methods of hacking nowadays. Social hacking can be used to trick web users into revealing confidential data. Hackers can create clones of popular websites or pose as support center executives asking for usernames and passwords. Thousands of twitter, facebook, email and rapidshare file sharing accounts get hacked everyday using these methods. […]

     
 
 

7 Most Popular Bluetooth Hacking Software to Hack Mobile Phones

7 Most Popular Bluetooth Hacking Software to Hack Mobile Phones

We all are familiar with the term hacking and the disadvantages faced by anyone when it is being used in illegal ways. Previously hacking was restricted to computers or computer networks only but as the time changed this field has grown up and now mobile phones, especially the multimedia phones are more prone to hacking. There are various hacks and […]

     
 
 

Download Firefox 4 Beta 1 for Windows, Mac & Linux

Download Firefox 4 Beta 1 for Windows, Mac & Linux

Mozilla has silently posted the first “candidate build” for the Beta 1 of its Firefox 4 browser. If you’re the type to live life on the edge, you can straight away try it out on your PC/Mac. The early version has many of the upcoming features we have already heard about, including a new menu button that aggregates the most […]

     
 
 

Use Separate Firefox Builds on Same System

Use Separate Firefox Builds on Same System

I have been using Firefox 3.6.6 ever since my build was updated a few days ago. And now when I heard of Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 being released I thought of giving it a try. What really had me stuck was that whenever I ran firefox.exe from the nightly build (Firefox 4.0 Beta 1), it ran the same Firefox version […]

     
 
 

Hulu Plus for iPad, iPhone, PS3 and More at Just $9.99 pm

Hulu Plus for iPad, iPhone, PS3 and More at Just $9.99 pm

A great news for TV junkies in US! The rumored Hulu Plus is now official. So far your iPhone, iPad (WiFi or 3G), Samsung TV, Sony TV and Blu-ray player is supported, with Vizio, PS3, and Xbox coming soon — all for just $10 a month! It looks like Hulu Plus will be an invite based service for a while. […]

     
 
 

Google Rolls out Android 2.2 for Nexus One

Google Rolls out Android 2.2 for Nexus One

Last month Google brought forth a new version of Android 2.2, codenamed Froyo, with distinct features such as Flash support, the ability to turn your phone into a Wifi hotspot, and huge speed gains.  Ever since users have been eager to try out the latest release. In late May 2010, Google had some of the Nexus One devices loaded with […]

     
 
 

Windows 8 Confidential Documents Leaked

Windows 8 Confidential Documents Leaked

Windows 8 is still a long way off and Microsoft has started getting in touch with OEM manufacturers regarding the general direction it aims to proceed with its next windows build. A tech-enthusiast Francisco Martin has managed to get his hands on some confidential documents sent, under non-disclosure agreement, to selected partners. One of the main emphases in these documents […]

     
 
 

[How to] Redirect www URLs to non-www URLs and Vice Versa

[How to] Redirect www URLs to non-www URLs and Vice Versa

Canonicalization remains to be one of the most challenging issues for bloggers aiming for good organic traffic from search engines. Now a days, search engine algorithms are claimed to be smart enough to handle the duplicate content of blogs but still it is wiser to be safe than sorry. URL canonicalization deals with redirecting www to non-www URLs or vice […]

     
 
 

[How to] Use iPhone 4 FaceTime Without WiFi?

[How to] Use iPhone 4 FaceTime Without WiFi?

iPhone 4 was launched early this month with loads of new features including the much acclaimed Video calling capability called FaceTime. However, it would be infinitely more useful if we didn’t have to be tied to a WiFi connection in order to use it. Luckily, the DeviceKnit blog has put together a nice and simple ‘how-to’ in order to get […]

     
 
 

RUMOR: ‘Google Me’ to be the New Facebook Killer?

RUMOR: ‘Google Me’ to be the New Facebook Killer?

Google has been facing the heat in recent times due to the ever-increasing popularity and growth of Facebook. Though Google has always maintained that Facebook is not in direct competition with them, it was apparent that they would try doing something to get a step ahead. The recent tweet from the Digg founder, Kevin Rose adds fuel to this rumor. […]