We’ve covered a bunch of unpopular Google search tips and tricks before, and this is the next post in the series. Three pretty relatively lesser known Google search tips: one to know your computer’s IP address, one that tells you the time anywhere int the world, and one more that alerts you about new books.
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X-mini RAVE is a sexy little portable speaker from the team at X-mini. Besides playing all your music, RAVE also lets you tune into FM stations and has an amazing battery life. Read on to know what we think about it.
If you receive a ton of email newsletters in your inbox and if your email folders are far from zen, here are four specific ways to get back control over the same.
Browsers have grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years. Super rich features, you see. They help you to be productive all the time. Here are three tips that will help you save time when you’re engaged in a busy browsing session. These are commonly overlooked, so make sure you bookmark these for later reference!
Almost everyone has a smartphone these days. The most popular ones are Android handsets because they are available in all price ranges and provide you a ton of features. But are you aware of the shortcomings of Android? Read on to find out.
This is a guest post by fellow blogger Thomas Frank. Thomas is a junior at Iowa State University studying MIS and speech communication. In his free time, he runs his own blog that focuses on college tips. You should follow him on Twitter!
Out of all the blog platforms and content management systems jockeying for position in the world today, WordPress has established itself as the most popular one. If you’re a WordPress user, this is a very good thing; the platform’s popularity ensure that it has plenty of willing developers, timely updates, and lots of plugins and themes to choose from. However, always keep in mind that popularity is a double-edged sword. Just as many legitimate bloggers, developers, and webmasters are using WordPress for their own purposes, there are also plenty of hackers and other non-legit, shady characters out there trying to exploit it in order to destroy your work or steal your stuff.
These hackers are kept at bay pretty well, thanks to all the time and effort that WordPress developers put into making WordPress a secure platform and releasing frequent updates. Still, the platform isn’t perfect, and hacks do happen. So what can you do to avoid being a victim?
There are actually a lot of great things you can do to secure your site, ranging from trivial to technical. If you’re not an experienced coder or webmaster, you may have trouble performing some of the recommended security upgrades to your site; however, there is one thing literally anyone can do, and that’s installing plugins.
Last week, we promised to giveaway Evernote Premium accounts to five of our lucky readers. Scores of people participated in the giveaway to win a feature-rich Evernote account.
As you might have known, Evernote Premium comes with a ton of additional features that are not available in the free version: there’s PDF search, image recognition and a lot more!
We’ve previously written about a couple Google tricks that are unpopular but highly useful. You can do a bunch of things with Google, including checking websites for malware, reading articles without having to pay, searching photos based on region and locking safe search to prevent kids from viewing explicit content.
Here’s how you can do them all. These tips may come in handy some day, so don’t forget to bookmark this article. Do share the information by tweeting the post or sharing it on Facebook.
At Killer Tech Tips, we’re big fans of Evernote and that’s no secret. We first put Evernote in the spotlight when they launched in closed beta, by distributing close to one hundred invitations for early adopters who wanted to try out the app. We’ve also written about some really cool Evernote tips that you might want to check out if you use Evernote everyday.
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