Learn how to make a QR code for your website that can detect the language of the visitor and then automatically translates webpages in that language.
This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
This article describes ways to help you run classic DOS games on your Windows, Mac and Linux computer. You’ll also learn about websites from where you can download DOS games for free or you can play games online in the browser itself.
This tutorial describes how you can quickly create a time-lapse movie using Street View imagery from Google Maps and publish it to YouTube in HD.
Google Andoid Market doesn’t offer a ‘try before you buy’ option for testing paid apps but there’s an easy workaround that will help you try any of the paid apps before buying them.
Blogger redirects blogs to country-specific domains in at least 15 countries. This script will help prevent your blogs from redirecting to country URLs.
This tutorial describes how you can connect your laptop or notebook computer to your television screen using standard ports like S-Video, VGA or DVI.
Most digital camera record and save EXIF data with every photograph. Learn about tools that can help you view and edit Exif tags of your photographs.
Learn how to embed high resolution photographs into your website (with pan and zoom) using the Google Maps Image Viewer that cuts the large image into small tiles.
Learn how you clean up the Windows right-click menu (or the Context Menu) by removing the unnecessary programs and commands that your no longer use.
Reviews of mobile apps that let you use a camera phone as a business card scanner. Snap a picture to import a business card into your phone’s address book.
This tutorial describes how you can create RSS feeds for Google search results and then subscribe to search results in any News Reader.
This quick tip explains how you can find out the location where a picture was possibly taken with the help of Google Images.
Learn about the best tools that will help you download the entire Wikipedia on to your computer or mobile phone for offline reading.
This guide describes why your internet connection speed may be slower that usual and simple tests that you can perform to fix /improve the overall Internet speed.
This step-by-step guide describes how you can add a second wireless router to your existing home network and extend the range of the Wi-Fi signal. The router will work as a Wireless Access Point.
Do not believe everything you see on the Internet because screenshot images can be easily faked without Photoshop.
How old is a web page? This simple tip will help you find the exact date when a web page (or website) was first published (or uploaded) on the Internet.
How to create good and effective web content that your online audience is more likely to read and share on social sites.
You need a pair of red and blue colored 3D glasses to watch any of the 3d videos on YouTube. Learn how you can make your own 3D glasses at home.
Meet the best online tools that will help you test the responsive design of your website across popular devices including the iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle and more.
Learn how to generate a complete sitemap of your Blogger blog using an online sitemap generator and submit the XML sitemap to Google via robots.txt.
Public DNS services like OpenDNS or Google DNS may offer more faster lookups than your ISP DNS server of your ISP but in some cases, you may get much better download speeds if you use your ISP settings.
Google Fonts make web pages look beautiful but external fonts can also increase the page load time of your website. Learn how to reduce the size of Google font files.
We compare the features of Windows SkyDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox to help you pick the best file storage and sync service for your specific requirements.
Learn how you can capture animations in Google Earth and even record video tours without switching to Google Earth pro.