We know hackers are all around us, and that’s why we are extra paranoid about our online accounts and passwords. In fact, in the current web environment, hacking is not a direct job targeting your Gmail or your Facebook account. It is a controlled chain reaction involving all your linked accounts.
If you ever thought of switching from Android to iPhone or to use the iPhone or iPad Mini as a secondary device, then you certainly would want to sync your mail, contacts and calendar information on both devices. With the Google account used on your Android device to backup these … Continue reading »
Even though smartphones are capable of taking lomography photos with the help of third-party apps, there are still people who prefer to use the actual lomography camera. Since lomography camera still uses analog film to capture and store the images taken, some enthusiasts will develop their own photographs, while others … Continue reading »
It seems like everyone is hailing Responsive Web Design (RWD) as the savior for the mobile site development in 2013. That’s reasonable too, since RWD is currently the only sounding approach that deals with any device resolution universally and effectively. It tries to unite this chaotic browser-based universe littered by … Continue reading »
Yahoo’s CEO, Marissa Mayer seems to understand what the future is about. Well, to be honest, the fact that she has Yahoo’s backing means her actions are a key variable in how that future will unfold. After two mobile company acquisitions (Stamped and Jybe), each with just a flagship app … Continue reading »
Minimalism has emerged to be a prominent style in our era. Because time is important, we have open a path to minimalism to simplify the complicated things in our life. Designers love the idea of turning something vast into something so minimal but still capable of potraying the same idea … Continue reading »
Behold web and user interface designers, a new trend (or style) is taking the world of UI and website design by storm – flat design. It is a minimalistic approach and style to designing websites and UI where we take a step back, strip away all the 3D elements, gradients, … Continue reading »
After telling you how to access US web stores that restrict international access, you must be reeling with excitement to purchase some of their geeky products… only to find that those stores don’t ship internationally. Well fret not, we’ve searched the Internet and scoured forums to find these 5 reliable … Continue reading »
Not happy or satisfied with your phone keyboard? If your phone is an Android operating system phone there are a few alternative keyboards such as SwiftKey and Swype if the stock keyboard is not good enough for you. But still with many keyboard alternative there are still people who are … Continue reading »
Ever wanted to do some online shopping only to find out that the online store does not allow you to access their website from a country outside of their own? Many retailers (mainly from the United States or United Kingdom) do this; sometimes you cannot browse the store products, while … Continue reading »
We have covered how to give custom style to jQuery UI, starting from the UI Accordion, UI Slider and the UI Date Picker. Today we will continue our exploration on jQuery UI in theming jQuery UI Sortable. This particular plugin will enable a group of DOM to be sortable, meaning … Continue reading »
Google Universal Analytics has been here for a while, but it was a limited beta launch, available to only a handful of specialists. However, it’s now available to the rest of us since last Friday and this post will be about why you should be roaring to implement it. The Universal Analytics platform is simply better than the old Analytics, especially if you’re a mobile company, or have a mobile version or app for your site.