How to speed up Chrome mobile

by dlife Let's say you surf the web using an Android device with Chrome browser installed on it. And the speed has... problems. You know what I mean, slow loading times, pages are so sloooow and things don't look that good. Before you uninstall Chrome have a look at the following how to trick and see what […] 22 May 2014 at 09:09 pm

How to: access forbidden webpages

by Christine Kitsati TheNextWeb posts a trick that will help a lot of users gain access to webpages that are - normally - blocked in their country or in their work space! So the guys there suggest we use Google Translate in order to access these webpages instead of using a VPN. Just open Google Translate, paste the […] 17 September 2013 at 03:28 pm

How to: Make your webpages fart...

by niki lyberis Well yes, there are certain things you don't need, and you know it. But you'd like to have them just because you can. No reason why. That's why we're here: to let you know that there's a new Chrome extension available that makes every webpage you visit, well... fart, every time you scroll! At first […] 14 May 2013 at 01:48 pm

New Skype malware turns your PC into Bitcoin mine

by niki lyberis A new malware was recently discovered, trying to persuade all users to click on a specific Skype link, and download a small application that installs automatically on the user's PC in order to mine Bitcoins at a 99% CPU usage! It may not be the first time we find malware in Skype, but this particular takes advantage […] 7 April 2013 at 12:45 pm

How much time do you spend on Facebook?

by Ioulios Kongkika Many times we realize that we've been on Facebook for hours and we forget doing other important tasks during the day. Most of us are addicted to Facebook but we don't seem to accept it. Here is a program that can calculate how many hours you spend on Facebook by counting every single second you […] 3 March 2013 at 04:19 pm

How can Facebook's Timeline be better? Watch the video...

by Ioulios Kongkika Joseph Ocenada, a random citizen as he calls himself, designed his own design for Facebook Timeline, which deserves our attention. Besides, there are few and rumors, supporting that the Timeline will change its appearance and there will be one column for posts instead of two. Joseph Ocenada identified three main problems in the current version […] 19 February 2013 at 08:45 pm

Automatic font resize depending on the how far you sit from the monitor

by Dimitrios Thomadakis This really interesting technology can put an end to our slumping in front of our computer monitor, as well as manually resizing fonts on websites. How is that? By tracking the user’s face through a webcam, and then automatically resizing the font, depending on the distance between the user and the monitor. This entire enterprise […] 13 February 2013 at 02:02 am

The Wayback Machine: A Journey to the internet's past

by Christine Kitsati Remember how the Internet was in the '90s? The «Under Construction» messages that existed at many sites? The noise coming from modems while trying to make a dial up connection? These and other memories will be "brought back to life" with this site here, which has long existed in our online stuff. The "Wayback Machine'' […] 7 February 2013 at 02:04 pm

Largest prime number with 17 million digits has been discovered

by Ioulios Kongkika A special mathematical discovery of Dr Curtis Cooper of the University of Central Missouri. The largest "prime number" in the world, 2 to the power of 57,885,161 minus 1, which has no less than 17 million digits. Dr Cooper is a member of the research mission, Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS), which involves approximately […] 6 February 2013 at 04:08 pm

How much influence do you have on the Social Media? Klout has the answer for you.

by Ioulios Kongkika More or less, we all think we are specialists at Social Media. We have created an account in every social media site, we deal with them several hours during the day and the result is to exert influence over our online friends and followers or to accept influence from them. But how much do we […] 3 February 2013 at 05:39 pm