Category «macOS»

Make a Google Buzz (or anything you want) app!

You’ll have to admit that Google Buzz is quickly becoming interesting. It’s a way to share content with your Gmail friends. But, it is tied to Gmail, so it’s tied to your web browser. For some users, they can live with it. But what if your Buzz and Gmail account aren’t the same? What if …

How to use Nokia N900 as a modem for your Mac

Many of you would be familiar with the term tethering, the process which allows you to use your mobile phone as a modem for your laptop or PC. Recently, more and more people have expressed interest in utilizing the tethering capabilities of their smartphone. We’ve listed the steps that will enable you to use Nokia …

The Simplest Way to Access Blocked Websites

Isn’t internet censorship annoying sometimes? Sites like Facebook, Twitter and even Gmail blocked on computers in your colleges and your workplaces. Large scale internet censorship can be seen in North Korea, where people have access to computers that are linked to a closely monitored intranet. Other countries also routinely ban to regulate the information that …

A Review of The New York Times Reader 2.0

A Review of The New York Times Reader 2.0

Previously based on WPF, and now shifted to Adobe Air, for cross-platform compatibility, the new Times Reader 2.0 is available for Windows, Linux, and OS X users. It contains some new enhancements over version 1, but most of the changes have been cosmetic. It really looks as if it was designed for the Mac only …