Category: Technology

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Tip: Enabling VMX support for Dell Latitude E6400

Here’s a quick tip if you’ve been trying to enable Virtualization support for the Dell Latitude E6400 and wasn’t able to. If you’re like me, you’d probably enabled all the settings available under the...

Tip: Getting Java on Google Chrome for Linux 8

Tip: Getting Java on Google Chrome for Linux

I’ve recently jumped on the Linux bandwagon and installed Linux Mint as the primary OS on my work machine. Cutting the long story short, I installed Chrome and discovered that it didn’t have the...

What’s the fuss with Google Buzz? 0

What’s the fuss with Google Buzz?

Great, there’s yet another social media platform to get hook on. I’ve not able to test it on my Gmail account yet since it’s not yet released to Google Apps users, such as yours...

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Adobe & Flash vs Apple & HTML 5

I’m currently in the midst of writing an article on my take on Apple’s decision to forge ahead with HTML 5 and leave Flash unsupported on the new iPad. But it’s interesting to see...

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How to re-arrange your Windows XP taskbar

The ability to re-arrange the applications on the taskbar is one of the nice new features of Windows 7. This is of course nothing exceptionally new, as the dock on Apple Macs allows you...

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5 useful Chrome extensions that everyone should have

If you do not already know, Chrome today supports extensions to further enhances your browsing experience. Extensions are nothing new if you’re been using Firefox or Maxthon before. But before you go nuts trying...

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8 WordPress plugins to get your blog started

So you’ve decided on WordPress to run your site. You’d also know that it comes with a very impressive plugins system that allows you to install additionally functionalities and extended capabilities in just a...