• Connecting your MacBook to a TV or Projector

    The first step to connecting your MacBook to an external display is familiarizing yourself with the ports and cables necessary to get the job done. HDMI cables carry both video and audio, and are the easiest way to connect a computer to nearly any HDTV. …

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  • 6 Things Windows Users Should Know Before Switching to Linux

    I myself am a new Linux user, after switching over my laptop to Ubuntu 11.10 a few months back. I still use Windows regularly as well; however, I can honestly say that I enjoy myself when using Ubuntu too. I can’t say that Linux is …

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  • Increasing Android Battery Life

    Learn how to increase your Android-powered smartphone’s battery life using simple tweaks to the default system configuration to advanced CPU frequency tuning.

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  • Prey Security Review

    There’s an open-source project called Prey that promises to help you recover your computer or mobile phone in case it ever gets stolen. I went through a thorough test on both their Windows and Android clients, on both the free and pro plans, and I concluded my experiment …

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  • Full Guide to Breadcrumbs for SEO

    Breadcrumbs are navigation trails which show where a person is on a website with regard to the site’s hierarchical structure. For example, the breadcrumbs which on our forum topic about the necessity of data plans show as: w3techie Forum → Mobile → Networks This tells us that the …

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