A screen protector safeguards the glass display of your mobile phone and tablet from scratches but how do you apply the film such that it leaves no creases or bubbles?
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More than 48 hours of video content gets uploaded every minute to YouTube alone. Some of these videos are entertaining while some are useful and help us learn something.
Can rains or bad weather affect cloud based services? Most people think so as they believe that the term cloud in cloud computing refers to the physical cloud.
The online edition of EncyclopÃ¦dia Britannica, the worldâ€™s best-known and most-reliable reference source, is entirely free for the week.
This short video explains the concept of DNS (Domain Name Server) and how DNS works in simple English.
Imagine if Thomas Edison used Microsoft Office or Google Docs while inventing the light bulb?
The search team at Google has created a short video that puts all the useful stuff you can do on Google.com, plus some search tricks, in one place.
It is impossible to read books on your iPad in sunlight and the new video ad for Amazon Kindle again targets that flaw of the iPad, again.
All your private emails are stored in Gmail. Can Google employees working on the Gmail product read your messages?
If you are constantly connected and addicted to your gadgets, an illustrated bedtime book might inspire you to turn off those gadgets, disconnect and go to sleep.
The designers at Amar Chitra Katha have created a behind-the-scenes video that offers a sneak peak at what it takes to create this 30-page printed comic.
You can create strong but memorable passwords using lines from your favorite song or even a famous movie quote.
Siri for iPhone 4S is a built-in personal assistant that lets you speak voice commands in natural English. Here are some video demos.
This video explains a simple way to help you quickly understand the concept of Hue, Saturation and Luminosity (Brightness) for colors.
Google has added a couple of short and useful videos that explain technical jargon like HTTPS, VPN, WPA (for secure Wi-Fi) in simple English.
Pranav Misty of the Sixth Sense is working on a new project called PreCursor that can turn any regular computer monitor into a touch screen.
The new Apple Macbook Air is so light that it literally flies away when you are not using it. See this video.
What it would be like if famous inventors like Thomas Edison or the Wright Brothers had Internet and access to model collaboration tools like Microsoft Office?
Stuxnet computer virus crippled Iran’s nuclear program. ABC1 created an animated documentary that describes the Stuxnet worm in plain English and the ramifications of this cyber weapon.
This is brilliant thinking. Tesco launched in South Korea as Homeplus. The company was growing in Korea but was still ranking behind the leader E-Mart.
The new Windows 7 video ad features two college students, a boy and a girl, who are in different locations but manage to carry on the relationship with their laptops.
The Smart Cover sticks like a magnet to your iPad display or you can fold it as a stand for typing or watching videos.
Steve Stockman, author of How to Shoot Videos That Doesn’t Suck, offers five great tips that will help you shoot better home movies with your existing video camera.
You know that PubSubHubbub has something to do with RSS feeds but what exactly is PubSubHubbub and how does it help the real-time web?
The Asus Padphone is an hybrid device that looks like any other touch tablet but with a smartphone inside and both run on Google Android. But why would anyone want a Padphone?
New York based Alec Brownstein created ad campaigns on Google targeting the directors of various advertising companies where he wanted to apply for a job.