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April 29, 2015 By Fulvio Castelli


WorldClock is an attractive and easy to use desktop time utility that includes timezone, timesync, calendar, wallpaper and alarm features....

February 27, 2015 By Aaron Smith

Better Window Manager

- Save window sizes and positions - Assign keyboard shortcuts - Application specific window states - Global window states - Save...

October 28, 2015 by

Why I dumped my iPhone 6 and went Android

After using an iPhone 6 Plus for six months, I've spent the past six months with Android devices. I expected it to be a learning experience. I didn't expect to find an Android device that is so much better than the iPhone for my needs that I can't imagine going back.

October 29, 2014 By Nucleus Technologies

Kernel for Windows Data Recovery

Now it is possible to restore inaccessible NTFS or FAT partitions of MS Windows easily with the help of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery....

July 22, 2015 by

Office productivity: Has Microsoft blown it?

Microsoft has dominated the 'office productivity' tools market for decades and is a de facto way of working in most companies. Having significantly held back innovation in the last 10 years, Office is arguably reaching the end of its useful life as modern digital tools make it look like an old bureaucratic anachronism.

June 15, 2015 by

How much longer can Red Hat's oVirt remain covert?

Red Hat's oVirt project has been around since 2008, when it purchased the technology from Qumranet. Since that time it has grown into a full-fledged hypervisor competitor, for the elite who know of its existence, that is. All that is about to change.


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