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Installing Ruby on Rails Environment on Ubuntu

Installing Ruby on Rails Environment on Ubuntu

I have recently joined a bootcamp for Ruby on Rails and thought it might be a good idea to share what I believe to be a decent startup guide on how you should setup your server. By ...

Windows 8.1 – Not Detecting Third Monitor

Windows 8.1 – Not Detecting Third Monitor

Well I finally installed Windows 8.1, and although I finally got used to not having the Start button around, I'm not really going to complain about its return. So the first problem ...

Old Skype on Windows 8

Old Skype on Windows 8

Since the launch of Windows 8, I have been nothing but annoyed at the fact that you need to use the Metro Skype version that requires a full screen to use. It's a chat application, ...

HP TouchPad CM9 with Working Camera (Sort of)

HP TouchPad CM9 with Working Camera (Sort of)

It seems that someone has finally been able to get the HP TouchPad camera working and it's about time! Although it has its bugs and glitches, a camera is a camera and I'm sure we c ...

Watch Facebook Videos on TouchPad/Android

Watch Facebook Videos on TouchPad/Android

Many HP TouchPad or even Android owners these days are not able to watch Facebook Videos on their tablet or device. I have no real clue what's causing it, but I do know a simple so ...

Find My iPhone/iPod

Find My iPhone/iPod

Ever misplaced your iPod or iPhone and couldn't figure out where it was? Well you wont have to worry about that anymore, not with the app developed by Apple themselves called "Find ...

Disqus Comment Count Error

Disqus Comment Count Error

Well the great thing about starting up a new website, with a new template and such is the amount of bugs you encounter during its development. Obviously not everything will just go ...

New Data Management App – My Data Manager

Some of you may have read my old article about managing your data management here. Well since then, there have been many new developments, not only in the market but on your networks. Some networks have decided to throttle users to lower speeds, even though they are on an unlimited plan, once they hit a certain usage cap. Both Verizon and AT&T are currently two networks who do this but try to leap aroun ...

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Google Music Beta – Beta Invites

If you have not noticed by now, Google has allowed users that are currently using the Music Beta by Google to send out two invites! The only problem is that users still have to be from the United States. If you are unsure as to where you can send invites from, it is located on the top left of your Music Beta page, above My Library. Once you click on that, it will give you a pop up box where you can type in ...

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Android App – Dolphin Browser HD

I'm sure most people have been on the lookout for a new browser since the one that comes with Android isn't really the greatest. Well look no further because I have found it! The Android app is called Dolphin Browser HD. There are many features on this browser that sets it apart from your default browser - here are some of them: Add-on - Do customize your own browser, and make your browser look and function ...

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Find My iPhone/iPod

Ever misplaced your iPod or iPhone and couldn't figure out where it was? Well you wont have to worry about that anymore, not with the app developed by Apple themselves called "Find my iPhone." Find My iPhone is free for anyone with an iPhone 4, iPad, or 4th generation iPod touch (iOS 4.2 or later required).* Just sign in with your Apple ID on your qualifying device and turn on Find My iPhone to allow you to ...

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SmartWidget – Android App

Not sure which apps you want to use for your main screen? Why not let SmartWidget do the thinking for you. SmartWidget is a new app developed by XDADeveloper's user RM9. After adding the widget onto your home screen, SmartWidget will begin monitoring your usage on all apps that you use. Once it has determined that, it will add shortcuts to those 4 apps onto your home screen, so you can easily access them. A ...

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Music Beta by Google

Well now that I'm living in the States, I seem to have the ability to sign up for all sorts of Beta programs such as Music Beta by Google. Upload your personal music collection to listen anywhere, keep everything in sync, and forget the hassle of cables and files. The thing about Music Beta by Google is that it is currently in an 'invite only' stage. I only had to wait for about a week before I received my ...

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Skype with Video for HTC Thunderbolt and other devices

Well it looks like the guys down in DroidLife have released a copy of Skype with Video for phones that did not get it with the recent Skype update. So far the list of phones that do work with this version of Skype are: Samsung Galaxy S2 HTC Thunderbolt on 2.3 HTC Evo 3D HTC Sensation Nexus S HTC Flyer HTC EVO 4G According to DroidLife, their devices are running on Android 2.3 and seems to be working fine. I ...

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Must get App – Viber!

Well, I never thought I'd see the day when I would find an application that could beat WhatsApp, but here I am. Introducing Viber. Viber is an application for iPhone¬ģ¬†and Android‚ĄĘ phones that lets you make free phone calls and send text messages to anyone who also has the application installed. So far I've been using the app to communicate with friends down in Malaysia and New Zealand and the quality is ama ...

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Android Market – Market needs Background Data to be enabled

Recently I came across an issue on my Android Market. When I went to the application, it had given me the following message: Market needs Background Data to be enabled. After doing a little bit of research, I had figured out that the issue was caused by one of the power saving features on my phone. When power saver is activated, your phone switches off certain features on it - one of them is the elusive bac ...

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