Is rampant cheating destroying Facebook gaming?

Cheating on Facebook games is a hard subject to tackle because it takes several forms, from the more ‘acceptable’ form of creating several accounts...

How to install freeware cleanly – a catalog of the most dubious crapware installation...

The internet has brought about an explosion of free software that seems to just keep going strong. A lot of people wonder why so...

Why does Google hate this site?

Something happened the weekend before thanksgiving, Nov 17; a Google algorithm change of some sort that once again took away about a third of...

How much free cloud storage space do you really need? — SkyDrive’s 7 gig...

Do you have a free Dropbox or other cloud storage account? If so, how much of your free space do you actually use? According...

Dear Microsoft: you’re in trouble

Dear Microsoft. I like you. Despite having not liked you throughout my twenties, I am now older and more mature. I realize that ‘cool’...

Brick Force – Is Massive Multiplayer Online Gaming dying or is it just evolving?

Massive Multiplayer Online Games, also called MMOs, have been around for some time now and it has been stated by some supposed experts that...

Watch ‘The Lord of the Rings’ as a 90+ minute LEGO animated feature

The ‘Lord of The Rings’ epic is back, this time in LEGO form. You may be familiar with LEGO’s cutscene videos, which are little...

iPhone has largest share of mobile security vulnerabilities, study finds

A new study entitled "25 Years of Vulnerabilities" by security firm Sourcefire released in March attributes 81% of instances of mobile malware to the...

Microsoft IllumiRoom turns Kinect on it’s head; may be the future of gaming

While Apple seems to have stopped experimenting and looks more focused on litigating competitors out of the market, Microsoft is silently innovating. Exhibit 1:...

Moby Gratis adds new music

I previously wrote about Moby Gratis, a repository of downloadable music created by pop star Moby that’s available for filmmakers to use in independent,...

Google’s belligerent Panda: how Google’s algorithm updates hurt small sites and give others an...

Google’s last Panda 3.8 update which happened in late June 2012 took away two thirds of my traffic, reducing my readership to the same...

Three Reasons why Google Reader shutting down may not be such a bad thing

You may have heard that Google Reader is being phased out, and will be out of commission by July 1st. And although I like...

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I have been looking into the question of which free antivirus is the best for almost 10 years now, and the only way to...

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