Archive for July, 2012

AirDroid: how to manage your Android without cables

AirDroid is a superb application that gives us the opportunity to connect connect our mobile phone with Android with any computer regardless of its operating system, since the connection is made through the network. The fact an application must have all Android users. On many occasions when we need to transfer content from our mobile […]

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RightInbox: how to add notifications and reminders to Gmail

RightInbox is an extraordinary extension for Gmail that is automatically configured to be able to schedule the sending of e-mails, but not only that it also gives us the opportunity to follow up on the emails that we send so we can know if he read, what time and where. RightInbox is an awesome extension […]

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Top 5 alternative browsers

We normally use Firefox, Chrome or Opera as alternative browsers on the web but there are many other interesting options which give us a unique and quite fast, so here we present 5 alternative browsers that have great potential to be used by the person who so desires. K-Meleon K-Meleon is possibly the best known […]

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What IOS 6 limits the number of applications that can be installed?

Beta versions of IOS 6, the new OS to be released next fall, limit the number of applications that can be installed on a single device. According to developers, your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad will become unstable in iOS 6 with some 500 applications until the moment that can not even boot with the […]

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Create a knowledge base Software

The purpose of a knowledge base is modeled by computer and store a set of knowledge, ideas, concepts or data and to permit their consultation/use. There are several different methods for creating knowledge base software: A Wiki A CMS A mindmap A concept map An expert system The format “forum” Wiki The wiki is useful […]

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NUIverse: Microsoft tool to ‘travel’ through the universe

Microsoft has always been characterized by offering different software options to support education. While one of his emblems is no longer available (Encarta), the Redmond company continues to innovate in education areas as it is the case of their development for Microsoft Surface 2.0 called NUIverse, a very interesting application that allows us to interactively […]

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QuickPlay: Plays video up to 4K

The new version of this very good video player has been given to know, with the possibility that QuickPlay already has support for movies made in 4K resolution. This is approximately 3656 to 4096 horizontal pixel resolution. As background, comments that many manufacturers such as IBM, Sharp, Toshiba, Sony and Panasonic have introduced not only […]

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Anti-twin: Find duplicated files on Windows

Anti-twin is a very powerful tool that allows you to find duplicate files on your computer in order to remove them and to gain disk space. If you download just about everything you see on the internet then you have secure full disk duplicate file, although for many this is not a problem, if you […]

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Sleipnir: Browser for users of smart phones

Sleipnir is a browser that can maintain some communication with smart phones. Sleipnir, the only web browser that can be linked with smartphones has received an interesting update; this has been added to WebKit engine that is also used by web browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari, Arora, Midori, Rekonq and many others. This means […]

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Lunascape: The browser with three engines

Lunascape is another alternative browsers who circulating on the network. However, the difference of Lunascape with the rest of it is that you can make use of the three most popular navigation engines: Trident, Gecko and WebKit. For example, Lunascape can visit websites where we have some rendering problems or error messages and where we […]

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