If you’re a Nexus S owner annoyed by terribly slow Wi-Fi speeds on the latest version of Gingerbread, there are some things you can do to fix the problem. This is an issue that has been affecting users for a while now, especially those using Android 2.3.4. Here are some possible fixes for the problem.
Recently, Microsoft made a minor change in their list of competitors by quietly discounting Linux as a major threat to their empire. It wasn’t a conspicuous change though, as only about 2 or 3 million users out of the 20 million Linux users managed to notice it. Out of those 2 million, only a few [...]
YouTube, since its launch, has become one of the most popular sites on the internet. With over 48 hours of videos uploaded each day, the site has evolved from a simple video sharing site to a social media phenomenon. Due to its growing dominance over other video-sharing sites, YouTube has been constantly improving by making [...]
I guess you might already be knowing this, but for those who aren’t aware, Google Search now provides an easy way to lookup important facts. Earlier, you had to search Google and go to Wikipedia just to find out about the president of a particular country or the director of a popular movie. Now, thanks [...]
If you are a Kindle user disappointed by the lack of a dedicated desktop application for Linux, there’s good news for you. Amazon.com has just launched their new HTML5-powered cloud-based web app called Amazon Cloud Reader. The webapp runs flawlessly on Linux with support for offline reading and much much more. Here’s what it has [...]