Latest in: Internet

Discover all our Internet-related articles here, covering topics from Internet security and privacy concerns to cryptocurrency and web technologies. On a lighter note, we explore techniques for more efficient searches, delve into the humorous (and occasionally peculiar) activities people engage in online, and examine the elements that make a video go viral.

How to Find Your Previous Google Search Queries

Google is often the go-to search engine for finding answers to our questions, big or small. It’s so commonly used that the phrase ‘Google it’ ha…

Schedule (Send later) Your GMail Emails with Rightinbox

Ever needed to send an email reminder or memo but just not right now? Reminders to submit a report or to prepare materials for an upcoming meeting wou…

International Internet Scam Hotspots (Infographic)

LinkedIn’s issue with passwords has reminded people once again how easy it is to lose personal information online. In this specific case, users coul…

Streamline Your Dropbox Workflow with Automation

If you’re unfamiliar with Dropbox, prepare to simplify your digital life significantly. By using Dropbox, you can effortlessly save a file to a fold…

Create Customized (Colored) QR Codes with QR Hacker

Note: QR Hacker is no longer available. Do you know that your smartphone can function as a barcode reader? Among the many things it can be used as, it…

Getting around in Yahoo! Axis

(Yahoo! Axis has been discontinued.) Yahoo had recently introduced Yahoo! Axis, the first-of-its-kind search-oriented add-on for your browser with ple…

A Trip Down The Internet Memory Lane

I’m sure you’ve heard of people reminiscing about simpler times, back when the computer and the Internet weren’t available. People would often m…

How to Read .ePub Ebooks on Firefox and Chrome

ePub is an open standard format for ebooks, a format used to publish electronic books, magazines and newspapers. The difference between an ePub format…

The State of Internet in 2012 (Infographic)

We use the Web for just about anything these days. At the minimum, we do stuff like reading the news headlines, catching up with friends, and checking…

Setting Up POP3 Email With iPad [Quicktip]

Setting up webmail like Gmail and Yahoo! Mail on your iPad and other iOS devices is pretty easy as all that is required is your username and password.…

Getting Started With Amazon Cloud Drive

Amazon Cloud Drive has released its first desktop app, only a few days after the announcement of Google Drive. As you may already know, Amazon has bee…

How to Download Your Data Stored Within Google Products

Downloading your collection of data stored within Google products can be a tedious job, especially when you have been using Google for years across ma…

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