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DIY: Here’s how to turn your smartphone into a CSI-style black light

By on August 10, 2015 at 7:28 PM.

DIY: Here’s how to turn your smartphone into a CSI-style black light

If you are a fan of CSI and other such cop TV series or movies, you will be familiar with a black light. It is an essential tool in a crime scene when looking for hidden blood, fingerprints or other bodily fluids. If the forensic scientist in you wants to solve a crime, or is just curious to see stains that are otherwise not visible to the naked eye, here’s how you can transform your smartphone to a CSI-like black light tool. More →
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How to create a Wi-Fi hotspot on your laptop

By on August 7, 2015 at 3:08 PM.

How to create a Wi-Fi hotspot on your laptop

Have you ever come across a situation when where you have a wired cable Internet connection, but no Wi-Fi network to access Internet on other devices? One easy solution for this problem is to use your laptop for creating a Wi-Fi hotspot. We show you how to do that.  More →
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How to share Google Maps directions from your PC and Android smartphones

By on August 6, 2015 at 3:44 PM.

How to share Google Maps directions from your PC and Android smartphones

When looking for driving directions or searching a place, Google Maps turns out to be a handy tool. Google recently introduced the feature that allows sending your location to your device. But you can also share directions from one point to another via SMS, e-mail, Facebook and other services. More →
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How to Convert YouTube videos to MP3

By on August 5, 2015 at 4:47 PM.

How to Convert YouTube videos to MP3

YouTube is one of the most popular video streaming apps. It has become our go to place for everything from music videos to movie trailers to live events and concerts. The company recently offered offline playback that lets users download videos and view them later when they don't have internet connectivity. But what if we told you that you can save them as MP3 files for future listening? More →
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How to create stunning Facebook profile and cover pictures

By on August 4, 2015 at 5:14 PM.

How to create stunning Facebook profile and cover pictures

The Timeline is an interesting addition to Facebook, wherein you can add a profile and cover photo to share your memorable and candid moments. You can either simply add two photos, or get a bit creative by adding one seamless photo. The second option is where you essentially add two different pictures to the profile and cover sections, but they are so seamless that they appear to be one big photo. While it may sound something only professionals can do, it is rather simple thanks to these third-party apps and services. Let’s take a look at how you can create an integrated profile and cover photo without any hassle. More →
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Porn Ban: How to access blocked websites

By on August 3, 2015 at 1:51 PM.

Porn Ban: How to access blocked websites

In a controversial move, the Indian government has asked Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block 857 porn websites. This has irked many netizens and a debate on the freedom of using the Internet in the country ensues. But there are ways you can access blocked websites. More →
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IPL 2014: 5 tips to use your smartphones to click pictures in a stadium

By on April 16, 2014 at 8:15 PM.

IPL 2014: 5 tips to use your smartphones to click pictures in a stadium

The IPL fever of the year is ON, and assuming that a lot of you might make it to the stadium, here are five simple tips on how to do some photography at the T20 matches, using your smartphone. More →
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How to save tons of money on printer ink

By on March 31, 2014 at 10:56 AM.

How to save tons of money on printer ink

Studying ways to reduce paper and ink use for his school, a 14-year old teenager figured out that by switching from Times New Roman and other fonts to Garamond, organizations and businesses could save a ton of money on printer ink each year, CNN reports. More →
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How to schedule emails in Gmail

By on March 24, 2014 at 1:43 PM.

How to schedule emails in Gmail

We have all faced a situation when we wished we could schedule our emails on Gmail to deliver at a particular time, especially when these mails needed to be sent late at night or very early in the morning. Gmail doesn’t have an in-built scheduler, which means one has to depend upon browser extensions. This also means giving these third-party services access to your emails, which is not the safest option. Digital Inspiration now lists a way to use Google Sheets to schedule your emails. An internal script called Gmail Scheduler essentially fetches the drafts from your inbox and sends them at the scheduled time. More →
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Here’s how to give your Android phone a huge speed boost, just like Apple sped up iOS 7.1

By on March 20, 2014 at 12:11 PM.

Here’s how to give your Android phone a huge speed boost, just like Apple sped up iOS 7.1

Apple released its eagerly anticipated iOS 7.1 update last week and while the new software added a bunch of great new features and cleaned up a few annoying bugs, there is one thing in particular that stands out as the best thing about iOS 7.1: the speed improvements. Apple’s new iOS 7.1 software is incredibly fast on iPhones and iPads, and the difference completely changes the user experience for the better. But why should iPhone users have all the fun? More →

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