A free but powerful screen capture tool for Windows captures and uploads the screenshot images to your favorite image hosting site with a single hotkey.
Hate typing passwords to unlock your Mac? You can automatically sign-in to your Macbook or iMac by simply tapping the screen of your iPhone.
The next generation of screen sharing apps work directly inside the web browser, thanks to WebRTC, and require no separate plugins or proprietary codecs.
JPEGs are for photographs and realistic images. PNGs are for line art, text-heavy images, and images with few colors. GIFs are just fail.
Google Play hosts hundreds of file management apps for Android and we'll help you find that perfect app for managing files on your Android phone and tablet.
Do you prefer listening to music while working? Learn a trick to help you play YouTube videos in the background on your iPad or iPhone.
You have been using Microsoft Word to write documents for years but here are some lesser-known tips, tricks and shortcuts that will help you do things faster and more easily.
Master these keyboard shortcuts to speed up touch typing on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. The screenshots and tips have been updated for iOS 7.
Meet a new alternative to Droplr and CloudApp that brings simple drag-and-drop file sharing to your Windows PC and Mac.
This video tutorial introduces you to Chrome Dev Tools, one the best feature of Chrome that even non-developers can use and benefit from.
Learn how to copy output from the command-line prompt directly to your Windows clipboard using the clip command.
QuickCast is a free and easy-to-use screencasting app for your Mac that also create animated GIFs from your screencast videos.
This is a list of little-known but essential software utilities for Windows that are free, light-weight and add new and useful features to your computer.
There's a scientific calculator included in your web browser that can help you solve basic calculations as well as complex Maths expressions.
Learn how to quickly transfer files between your computers, Mac and Windows PCs, over Wi-Fi but without having to fiddle with complex network settings.
This video tutorial explains how you can write Chrome Apps and Extensions for your website without any knowledge of programming and publish them to the Chrome Web Store.
If you find the Windows Start Menu confusing, you can use an application launcher to quickly your favorite programs and websites from the desktop.
Learn a magical command that will let you download any area on Google Maps for offline use on your iPhone and iPad.