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Chrome Remote Desktop provides free remote screen sharing from within Chrome

Have you ever had a friend call you up and ask for help with something on their computer? Many of us have, at one...

Download files straight to Dropbox, Google Docs, and most cloud services with Cloud Save...

More of us are increasingly opting to store our files in the cloud. This is not just to use our files on our home...

Lazarus form recovery: never lose any text or comment typed into an online form...

Ever spent a long time typing in a review or a comment or filling out a long form on a website, only to lose...

Adblock v. Adblock Plus: two Chrome extensions compared

Chrome Extensions are small programs that modify and enhance the functionality of the Chrome browser. The two most popular extensions listed in the Webstore are...

Eclipse.TV: A Portal of Visual Bookmarks for Streaming Videos

Streaming websites are easy enough to get to, they're just websites.  Whether you type in the address, click a bookmark/favorite, or search for your...

Bookmarklet Combiner: consolidate many bookmarklets into one

If you use a lot of bookmarklets, you might want to check out "Bookmarklet Combiner", a free web service that will consolidate as many...

Twelve must-have bookmarklets

"Bookmarklet" was once a very exciting word in the world of the internet. The little Javascript apps packaged in a bookmark and placed on...

Twelve absolute must-have Google Chrome plugins

There’s somewhat of an explosion of Chrome plugins taking place at the moment. Which is great, because to be totally honest for me the...

Four useful free plugins for Google Chrome

Google Chrome has been my favorite browser since I tried it last year. Absolutely love the speed, clean interface, and nice features. However, I...

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Get cloud access to anything on your PC, with TackaCloud’s ‘Personal Cloud’

Although Dropbox and other cloud services have gotten us used to accessing our files anywhere from the cloud, somehow there is always that important...

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Are you missing Freewaregenius and wondering what we’ve been doing for the past several months? One project I’ve been working on is: “The Ballerina...