Posted by Apurva on July 29, 2014 in Interestingness

This is for all the Minecraft lovers out there – Minecraft Creeper Backpack. This is certainly a bestseller and will be sold out soon as the back to school purchases start to tick in. The Creeper ate my homework! Minecraft is addictive, and as such it already eats kids’ homework by distracting them for hours. But now kids can claim the Creeper ate their homework for real as they open up this backpack to reveal their books, assignmentsRead More...


Posted by Apurva on July 28, 2014 in Gadgets

Stress is a killer and people deal with stress in different ways. Some prefer to smoke it out, some cuss words and some hit hard nearby things. You may also remember the yellow ball with a smiley face, which is found in most of the office desks. People squeeze it time and time again for relieving stress. I’m not sure if those have helped anyone in any way, but I’ve found a new product, which not only relieves stress, but makes the sitRead More...


Posted by Apurva on July 27, 2014 in Gadgets

Steve Jobs was not a big fan of stylus and believed that human fingers are the best stylus. However, with the explosion in the usage of tablets and smartphones has given rise to a lot of apps, which work best with a stylus. There are a lot of great stylus out there and one, which stands out from the crowd is the Slap Stylus, which also works as a fashion bracelet. Mobile accessory make Chil has created a stylus that doesn’t have to live in Read More...


Posted by Apurva on July 26, 2014 in How To

There are plenty of ways to sync or share files from your iPhone or iPad over to Mac, but each of such approach works with just one type of data. DeskConnect aims to solve that problem and does a great job at the same. All you need to do is download and install DeskConnect for Mac and on iOS devices and create your free account. This will let you share photos, documents, contacts, web pages and clip board contents between the two platforms. Once Read More...



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How to Stop Mozilla Firefox from Asking to Remember Password

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Posted by Apurva on June 30, 2014 in GMail

Spammers do not care whether you want to receive their email or not. Despite the fact that there are laws to protect individual’s online privacy, but these spammers care the least. They might have secured an email list, which unfortunately has your email list and they just keep spamming it. GMail does a good job of blocking them, but many of them do slip by because they’re paying a bit more attention. There is a way to trick such spaRead More...


Posted by Apurva on June 14, 2014 in How To

Microsoft Windows computers gave birth to the entire industry of antivirus, antispyware, internet security and what not. Then Microsoft started providing Windows Defender, which is a free software that provides an extra line of defense against spyware and malicious software. Windows Defender scans the computer’s hard drive to search for and remove a range of security threats, including spyware, viruses and malicious software — also kRead More...


Posted by Apurva on June 12, 2014 in How To

Ever felt jealous that Android users can include emoticons in text messages and you being an iPhone user are not able to? It is time to stop being jealous and understanding your iPhone better than you’ve known all along. iPhone comes equipped with hundreds of hidden features and one of such hidden feature is the ability to add emoticons. Once you enable emoticons – you enable it in the keyboard, which gives you access to hundreds of eRead More...


Posted by Apurva on May 9, 2014 in How To

FTC or the Federal Trade Commission Challenges threw a challenge of $50,000 cash prize for the best technical and innovative solution that will block illegal commercial robocalls on landlines and mobile phones. Known as the FTC Robocall Challenge, this challenge was a part of its ongoing campaign against these illegal, prerecorded telemarketing calls. A commercial robocall is a telephone call that delivers a recorded sales message. These calls oRead More...




How to Get Read Receipt for GMail

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