3 Ways to Share 3G Mobile Broadband Connection with Multiple Users and Devices

December 29th, 2011 by Youzhny 
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Shannen D.  There is no doubt we have all become hooked on the internet. Smartphones, 3G and Wi-Fi are all common terms that no one thinks twice about. In fact, with greater and greater connectivity through the mobile network more and more people are switching to mobile broadband through dongles, or their phones, for their primary access to the online world....

Google Adsense Requirements to Approve an Adsense Account

August 9th, 2011 by Youzhny 
To get into Google AdSense is a very tough job for the newbies who desperately want to Approve their Google Adsense account. If you are one of them, you also might be searching for how to approve Google Adsense account. But prior to applying for the Adsense account you should know some Google AdSense Requirements so that you can target those areas and increase the chances of Approving your account. ...

How to see how long an app store app will take to download

July 25th, 2011 by VarIncart 
After starting the Apple Mac OSX Lion upgrade via the App Store on Saturday morning, I had no idea how long it was going to take to download on my slow broadband connection. Fortunately it’s easy to find out how long an App Store app will take to download when you know how. (more…)

Lubuntu 10.10 RMX is both lightweight & gorgeous

December 23rd, 2010 by Youzhny 
Lubuntu is one of the most elegant looking distributions out there but one users own ‘spin’ on it has made it even more breath-taking. ‘Lubuntu 10.10 RMX’ takes the best of stock Lubuntu 10.10 but adds in a fantastic visual gloss. Using the Faenza icon set, a revamped visual style, a lightweight dock bar and installing several extra default applications Lubuntu 10.10 RMX is an impressive example...

Meet Dexter – elementary’s new address book app

December 4th, 2010 by Youzhny 
Keep your contacts in check with Dexter – a new address book application from the elementary project. Created by developer Allen Lowe and Dan Rabbit the feature set provided in the first release is more than complete for everyday use. Features include: - Add, edit and view contacts (including first, middle and last name, organization, birthday, email(s), phone(s), address(s), picture, and notes) Importing...

Meet Synapse – the super fast new GNOME Do replacement

December 1st, 2010 by Youzhny 
It’s finally arrived. After weeks of leaking screenshots and juicy tidbits on a ‘mystery new launcher’ we can reveal what it is. Called Synapse, the launcher is light, fast, zeitgeist powered and can do some incredible things thanks to tight Zeitgeist integration. Why Synapse? The idea for Synapse was born from a merging of ‘Sezen’ – which allowed an way to search Zeitgeist log conveniently...

Bing Now Available for All Phones

December 1st, 2010 by Youzhny 
Not on Verizon but craving a nice helping of Bing? You’re in luck because it seems the period of exclusivity struck up between Microsoft and Verizon has ended and Bing is now on the marketplace for all to download. We know a lot of you aren’t fans of Bing. We get that. But competition is healthy, and who’s to say Microsoft can’t have their own spot in the Android market? Google’s present...

rPath Delivers Pushbutton Microsoft Windows App Deployment

November 29th, 2010 by Youzhny 
rPath, the self-described “service factory for on-demand IT,” has released rBuilder 5.8, which adds automated Microsoft Windows server application deployment. The company says it’s a natural extension of its work doing the same in Linux server environments. Here’s the scoop on how rBuilder can potentially eliminate some headaches. The company’s press release claims that 47 percent of IT operating...

Novell Acquired: 11 Questions About the 2-Part Deal

November 24th, 2010 by Youzhny 
The VAR Guy is on vacation this week. But if he had access to WiFi, The VAR Guy would ask 11 questions about Novell’s two-part company sale for $2.2 billion. Attachmate essentially acquires Novell’s businesses while a Microsoft-led consortium purchases certain Novell intellectual property assets. How’s that for an interesting twist? Hmmm… Here are those 11 questions about the deal. 1. What...

Themify launches the Themify Designer Program

November 23rd, 2010 by Youzhny 
Ever had an idea for a theme but do not possess the skills to develop your own? Themify has launched the Themify Designer Program, which allows you to submit your design and have it realized. The program offers: 20% of each theme sale from the theme Featured bio, link, image and other pertinent information associated to the theme as it’s designer Themify handles all the coding (HTML, CSS, JS, and...

5 Best Instant Messengers for LAN – Free Download Chat Applications

November 23rd, 2010 by Youzhny 
Here we have some of the best Free LAN Messengers list to use in your Intranet Network. You can Download LAN messenger for free to use in the internal office chat, we will walk-through some easy instant LAN messaging software for Windows. Each LAN messenger has some advantages over the other. We will see 5 different free chat applications and you will be able to download all of them for free and use...

SaaS: Ten Minutes With Open-Xchange CEO Rafael Laguna

November 22nd, 2010 by Youzhny 
The seeds for my 10-minute conversation with Open-Xchange CEO Rafael Laguna (pictured left) were sown in his keynote address at the company’s recent partner summit (and subsequent unveiling of Web Desktop). So before I jump into this blog entry I suggest you check out the links above. Still with us? Read on for more insights from Laguna on the big announcements of the Open-Xchange Partner Summit. Our...