Job Search Apps for Android and iPhone

Job Search Apps for Android and iPhone

Are you looking for the perfect job? Applying CV’s everywhere only gets you so far. The trick is not only to have a great CV, but also be on lookout for new jobs. Be the first to apply and you have a better chance of catching that interview. How to Keep up With all these New Jobs? The trick is […]

     
 
 

[How to] Print Files From Smartphones and Tablets

[How to] Print Files From Smartphones and Tablets

With smartphone technology advancing day by day, it’s hard to keep up with every new feature that they employ. And because of this, other devices remain underdeveloped and cannot offer the best compatibility with these fast runners. Printers are such an example. Although printers have evolved quite a lot in the last few years, their technology still has lots to […]

     
 
 

Collection of Budget Tools to Shoot Movies

Collection of Budget Tools to Shoot Movies

With the filming industry getting more and more prestigious by each passing year, there is no surprise that better filming equipment is being developed every single day, changing the way in which movies are filmed and then brought into your home. Since its first appearance in the early 1890’s during the industrial revolution, movies have become the main way of […]

     
 
 

Apps to Hide or Lock Files on Android

Apps to Hide or Lock Files on Android

A person’s need and right is privacy. And with more and more information being stored in our computers, laptops and more recently – smartphones and tablets, it’s understandable that many have the need to hide or lock their personal information, such as photos, videos, SMS messages or other files from the peeking eyes of others. Nowadays, our smartphones hold lots […]

     
 
 

Download Absinthe 2.0 to Jailbreak iOS 5.1.1

Download Absinthe 2.0 to Jailbreak iOS 5.1.1

Attention folks! The Chronic-Dev Team and iPhone Dev Teams have collaborated to come out with Absinthe 2.0, the untethered jailbreak for the latest iOS 5.1.1 firmware. Absinthe 2.0 can jailbreak all iOS devices except the global version of the new iPad and the iPad 2,4 (32nm chip), which will soon be supported as well. Note: This jailbreak supports firmware 5.1.1 […]

     
 
 

[How to] Recover Broken Downloads

[How to] Recover Broken Downloads

Even if the speed of our internet connection is constantly increasing, there are still moments when it goes down, or when some other problems appear and our downloads suffer from this. Some lose speed and only work with a few kbps and some stop. The problems appear when we try to resume these downloads. Sometimes, these downloads break and further […]

     
 
 

Chromebox: Chrome OS is Not Dead Yet

Chromebox: Chrome OS is Not Dead Yet

For some of market researchers, Chrome OS might seem like a bad strategy coming out of Google headquarters but is everything so black and white? Google plans to make the new operating system run much faster than what we were customary used to and not to mention more secure (it’s Google’s obsession, isn’t it?). Chromebox: No, Google Hasn’t Abandoned Chrome […]

     
 
 

USB 3.0 vs Thunderbolt: Who Wins?

USB 3.0 vs Thunderbolt: Who Wins?

In this day and age, speed and mobility are the best words to describe any kind of technology. Our need for higher speed and smaller devices has driven manufacturers to find newer technologies that work faster and are more powerful by each passing day. And this brings us to our topic, which is Thunderbolt vs. USB 3.0. Many of you […]

     
 
 

Android 5.0 Nexus Devices: Good for Google, Bad for Customers

Android 5.0 Nexus Devices: Good for Google, Bad for Customers

We were telling you about Android fragmentation problems and how annoying they can get and, apparently the tech behemoth has somewhat revised the complaints. New information has surfaced, according to which, Google plans to launch the next version of Android OS to five different Nexus-branded smartphones. Android 5 Nexus Devices: Google’s Reconciliation Tactic The devices will be made available to […]

     
 
 

Fragmentation: Android’s Real Problem or Google’s Penetration Tactic?

Fragmentation: Android’s Real Problem or Google’s Penetration Tactic?

Have you ever heard of Android fragmentation? Some consider it to be a nasty habit Google has lost itself into, apparently forgetting the need for integrity every self-respecting OS should have in order to function to full efficiency. Fragmentation issues are all about Android getting so many upgrades so frequently, that there are phones out there that offer multiple versions […]