[Windows only] Apple officially released their latest Mac OS X Leopard on the 26th of October but hackers have already got their hands into it. A hack version of Leopard that works in PC has been released on the 28th October, 2 days after the official release. Now, you don’t … Continue reading »
I’ve finally received my copy of the latest Mac operating system, the Mac OS X Leopard. The official website is still counting down towards the launch date but we are already receiving it; some slight advantage to start the day earlier here in Asia I guess. Apple announced that the … Continue reading »
In a nutshell, Fauxto is an online application that not only functions like Photoshop but also looks like Photoshop, but the only difference is – it’s free. Fauxto allows you to open an image or start with a new canvas. It implemented many Photoshop concepts like: Layering (add layer, remove … Continue reading »
If you would like to give your photos some editing but not ready to buy expensive photo editing application like Photoshop, try checking out FotoFlexer. FotoFlexer allows you to perform some basic photo editing online. All you need to do is sign up an free account, upload your photo and … Continue reading »
About a month ago, Steve Job announced a range of new products in the Apple’s “The Beat Goes On” conference and introduced iPod Touch in the last session of the conference. The gadget accepts international order and starts shipping 28th September. I ordered 2 units immediately the next day after … Continue reading »
There have not been any official announcement on the game’s release date, but tonnes of free downloads videos and trailers are already made available on starcraft2.com. To add on top of those, Blizzard last week released their Starcraft II fansite kit. If you are a Starcraft fan who wants to … Continue reading »
Blogger Play from its first impression, looks like a gallery of photos. It is a real time slide show of images Blogger users uploaded to their blogs. Theses images come from blogs that are public and listed on the web. If you are a Blogger users, this can be one … Continue reading »
Sharing files among peers has never been better. It all started off as simple free files storing/hosting, then come auto-generated download URL. Slowly sites raise the bar higher by removing user registration, you instantly upload and share files, then free file hosting sites begin to increase the file size quota.