Remote Wake on LAN via Router
When I talked about Wake on Lan (WoL) in a previous article, I also wrote on how it was possible to do it over the WAN. Although being able to magically wake your computer up from its slumber state while within the local network is pretty handy, it’s when you actually get to do it… (1 comment)

Amazon’s Kindle Cloud Reader
Electronic reading is a very hot topic. E-reading devices such as the Kindle, Nook and even the iPad makes reading books fun again. We can all agree, I assume, that the e-reading business is only just beginning to bloom and currently, Amazon is in the forefront of that business. Basically, a lot of money is… (0 comment)

Use Your Mobile Device to Remotely Control PC
So a good friend recently came down for a visit. Being the tech geeks that we both are, a lot was discussed on recent technologies, gadgets and the such. One of the things he displayed that stood out to me, although nothing new, was being able to remotely control his laptop back at his home… (2 comments)

Free Reverse Phone Lookup with Number Guru
I’m sure you remember a time receiving a phone call from a number you have no idea where or who it came from. Are you the type of person who do not like to answer these types of unknown numbers without first having a clue of who the caller is or where they are from?… (6 comments)

Free SMS Texting on iPhone!
Wouldn’t you like to shave $5-$20 off on your monthly cell phone bill? By eliminating our monthly SMS messaging plan, the money you’ll be able to save is tremendous when you look at it in the long run. If you are on the unlimited messaging plan, that equals to about $240 a year at $20… (5 comments)

Encrypting your Files within Dropbox
We all love Dropbox. Right? There are definitely other services out there that competes with them but ultimately, Dropbox rules as an online-based syncing service. It’s easy to use, it has many uses and best of all, it’s free. However, just recently, they have been in the hot seat for not clearly stating how it… (6 comments)

The One Stop Password Shop with LastPass
Passwords. We love them and we hate them at the same time. Yet, it’s one of the easiest and most popular authentication method used by third-party services and even by the computer you are using right now (your computer does require a password to log on, right?). It’s a very simple system in that you… (3 comments)

Google’s Impressive Free Fonts Library
If you maintain a blog of some sort, you’ll know how important it is to maintain some level of attraction. Although I’m mostly a minimalistic fan, I can’t deny that having some sophistication goes a long way into wanting readers and visitors to return back to your site. Now by attraction, I don’t mean splashing… (0 comment)

Amazon Cloud Drive and Cloud Player Introduction
With so much hype surrounding online storage these past couple of years, a normal person wouldn’t really expect Amazon to jump into this service. Amazon is mainly known as one of the biggest online suppliers in the world but we do live in a strange time and place so it’s not uncommon for big companies… (0 comment)

Yahoo Gives IMAP Support to Free Users?
Yahoo and Hotmail were two of the most dominant email services back in the days and who could claim otherwise? It was free and most importantly, it was from Microsoft and Yahoo, two very big companies. Obviously there were other free email services as well but Yahoomail and Hotmail stood out the most. That is… (12 comments)