Monthly Archives: February 2012

OAuth: A security threat or a convenience?

This article will cover: What is OAuth? How did it start? Why you may want to use it? Is it safe to use or are you exposing your account to the risk of attack? OAuth Service Providers Found this post useful? Subscribe … Continue reading

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Synchronizing your Contacts and Calendar across multiple devices (Android and iPhone)

With the advancement of technology, phones are becoming more and more advanced to the point that they can be considered computer themselves (Pocket PC that can also function as a phone). You can now check your email, browse the web, … Continue reading

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Twitter Monitoring and Management (SocialBro Review)

Whether you are a new or old member to twitter, you may be facing difficulty trying to effectively manage your twitter community (followers and following). This article will cover an application that I recently encountered that helps you do just … Continue reading

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Defragmentation in Mac OS X

{EAV:ecd82367039171cf} One of the first reactions to your system acting slow is to defragment your hard disk. If you ask Windows users, they will tell you that they have done it for years (about once a month is recommend) so … Continue reading

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What is Cydia?

A lot of people new to the world of owning and using Apple products will undoubtedly hear words like “Cydia”, “Jailbreak” and wonder what they mean or if it is legal as well as safe to jailbreak. If you are … Continue reading

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