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Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet + Download

While most people loathe the command line, it is undoubtedly the most efficient way to get things done. If you are one of those who will freak out when you are on the terminal, we have compiled a list of useful Linux commands that you can use to make your workflow more productive.The post Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet + Download appeared first on Make Tech Easier.

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The Best 5 Online Educational Video Libraries to Learn New Stuff

In the world of technology the methods of learning have changed significantly, from traditional means like reading books to revolutionary methods like watching and learning from videos. Nowadays, users can find on Internet almost everything that concerns the process of learning, such as the online educational video libraries and the recently added services of massive open online courses. Users can [...]The post The Best 5 Online Educational Video Libraries to Learn New Stuff appeared first on Technology Personalized.

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11 Convenient Sites for Cheap Textbooks

Sorry to bum you out, students, but summer is almost over — and that means you’ll have to go back to school and once again function like a normal human being. You'll have to shower regularly, do your own laundry, re-memorize that student ID number and, of course, buy your textbooks for the upcoming semester.We know that textbook prices just add insult to the injury of school tuition, but we’ve rounded up 11 websites to help take the edge off that financial hurt. Whether you plan on renting or buying, here’s where you’ll find the best dealsSee also: 10 College Courses That Didn't Exist 20 Years AgoRead more... More about Features, Retail, College, Textbooks, and Back To School

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Responsive Inspector For Chrome Is A Great Learning Tool For Responsive Design

Chrome isn’t very big on developer tools, and that’s one of the reasons why Firefox is the go-to browser for most developers. However, for those who do use Chrome, there are many extensions available to help them out in this regard. Responsive Inspector is a Chrome extension that can rightly rival the Responsive Design View [...]Read Responsive Inspector For Chrome Is A Great Learning Tool For Responsive Design by on AddictiveTips - Tech tips to make you smarter

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PDF Max: The #1 PDF Reader! v1.0.3 APK

PDF Max is the 5-star rated, full-featured PDF reader used by millions of iPhone/iPad users world-wide and now available for your Android!

PDF Max: The #1 PDF Reader!
It was designed for those people who’re looking for a full-featured, touch-based optimization & professional PDF application. It provides all features you need for an everyday PDF app in one place so that you do not need to spend extra money for other apps.


TEXT REFLOW: PDF Max includes an Amazing Text Reflow feature that helps you read your PDF easily with any kind of PDF. Forget the tedious pan & zoom steps, you now just enjoy reading your documents.TEXT TO SPEECH: Don't keep your eyes on the screen all the time, Let the superb TTS feature in PDF Max does the work: It read PDF documents for you.FAST RENDERING: PDF Max equips a super-fast rendering engine worked smoothly on all Android Phon…

MaskMe Lets You Use The Internet Without Putting Your Personal Data at Risk

Our lives are increasingly online, which means a lot of our personal data is at riskAbine, an online privacy company, found that the three things users wanted most protection for were emails, phone numbers and credit card numbers. While there are multiple ways that do it separately, Abine attempted to put it all together and came out with MaskMe.See also: Is It the Dawn of the Encryption App? MaskMe is a browser extension available on Chrome and Firefox that provides 'disposable' email addresses, phone numbers, and even credit card numbers. So you can sign up for something with your masked email address and then if it gets too annoying 'throw' the address away. MaskMe describes the feature as 'an unsubscribe button that always works.' Read more...More about Email, Credi…

Chromecast: Everything you need to know

We went into Google's Android event on Wednesday with the mindset that the new Nexus 7 and Android 4.3 were going to be the only focus. However, we stand corrected, as the Chrome unit at Google was happy to introduce the $35 Chromecast, a dongle Google...

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Chrome Packaged Apps Could Just Be The Next Big Thing

Google Chrome's upcoming Packaged apps could just be the perfect platform for launching webapps with complete offline functionality combined with the power and feel of a native OS app.Read the article on the Blog: Chrome Packaged Apps Could Just Be The Next Big Thing
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Apache Cordova 3.0

It went live on Friday! Snapshot available on our download page but before downloading please read on to find out whats new including for more ways to work with Cordova!Light Weight CoreCordova 3 introduces a new unified project structure and ships with a very limited API surface. Developers can now compose a version of Cordova with only the APIs they need. In the past, Cordova shipped with the entire kitchen sink of APIs that most applications only needed a small subset of. This lead to messy, and often not even necessary, upgrading for our community. With the release of Cordova 3 you start with a very light weight core and only add the API surface your application requires. Obviously, this means a performance improvement but the real win here is maintenance and upgrading. We’ll continue to maintain “core” APIs which are the same device APIs you’ve come to know and love.New Command Line ToolingWe’re very excited to share two…

Helium (Premium) - App Sync and Backup v1.1.0.6 APK

Carbon is the missing app sync and backup solution for Android!

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Carbon does NOT require root. All Android users can use Carbon to backup and sync Android applications.

Carbon lets you backup your apps and data to your SD card or cloud storage. With Carbon, you can sync app data from your other Android devices-- even if they are not on the same network. Set up backup schedules with Carbon, and never lose data again.

Carbon Setup
Install Carbon on Android Root user? You're done!Install and run Carbon Desktop (link below) Windows users must install their Android drivers as wellConnect Android to computer. You may need to set your USB Connection Mode to "PTP". (Nexus 7, Nexus 10, etc)Carbon on Android should now be enabled.Carbon (Free) features:
Backup and restore to SD cardBackup and restore from PCCarbon (Premium) features:
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7 Ways To Make Your Old Android Phone Useful Again

New phones are unveiled almost every month making the phone you so desired to own during last quarter seem outdated. For a gadget savvy person, it’s a tough call when it comes to deciding what to do with an older phone when he/she’s got a new one. Here is a list of ideas to use [...]7 Ways To Make Your Old Android Phone Useful Again originally published on AmpercentRelated posts: Sulking Over A Set Of Wireless Headphones? Your Android Can Be OneHow To Remotely Control An Android Phone From Your Computer’s DesktopUse Your Windows PC To Install Apps On Your Android PhoneRemote Notifier For Android Sends Phone Notifications To Your Desktop ComputerHaving Problems Connecting Your Android To Home Wi-Fi Router? Troubleshoot Your Android For Proper Internet Connectivity

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Add Keyword-Based Filters To Feedly & The Old Reader In Chrome

Feedly and The Old Reader are two of the RSS services that made the list of alternatives for Google Reader we put together shortly after the death of Google Reader was announced. Feedly has been embraced by most users out there, while The Old Reader is preferred by those who want a more familiar and [...]Read Add Keyword-Based Filters To Feedly & The Old Reader In Chrome by on AddictiveTips - Tech tips to make you smarter

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15 Best Android Apps This Week

Another week is coming to an end in the Android world and interesting things are about to happen as we are closely nearing the launch of the second-generation Nexus 7. And that’s not the single announcement we’re looking forward to as it seems that Google will finally launch the Moto X smartphone on August 1 in New York City. It’s [...]The post 15 Best Android Apps This Week appeared first on Technology Personalized.  CommentsI seriously see nothing new. Only reinvented apps!by Call of the wild man Related Stories10 Best Android Apps This WeekHow to Get Rid of Preloaded Apps on Android and iOS13 Forex Apps for Smartphones to Help you in Trading

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Configure Samsung’s free Find my mobile service

Device manufacturers such as Samsung add custom applications, features and services to their devices that differentiate the devices from stock devices and devices created by other manufacturers. Some go as far as putting so many apps on the device that it may feel like overload for some users. This can also result in users missing [...]The post Configure Samsung’s free Find my mobile service appeared first on gHacks Technology News | Latest Tech News, Software And Tutorials.

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BusyBox Pro v9.7.4 APK

The fastest, most trusted, and most popular BusyBox installer and uninstaller!

Over 2.2 million installs! Winner of best Utility Software award for Android via Handster. This is the ONLY Installer on the market that will allow you to remove Busybox (If supported on your phone), the only open sourced installer, and the only installer that is ad free!

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A must have for any rooted phone! Almost EVERY rooted applications needs BusyBox to perform their magic, if you have a rooted phone then you need BusyBox.

Pro version contains no ads or nag screens, uninstall feature, custom tune feature, the ability to hand pick the applets you want, safety check for missing applets on start, and better overall s…

PRESENTING: The 100 Tech People You Have To Follow On Twitter

Twitter!Where would we be without it? You can hate on it if you want, but it's a great place to shoot the breeze, pick bits of news, and look at photos. To help you get the most of Twitter, we put together a list of the 100 tech people you should be following to stay on top of the conversation of the day. Enjoy!Mike Isaac is a non-stop stream of, um, stuff.Occupation: Senior Editor at All Things DHandle:@mikeisaacWhy: He occasionally tweets tech news. He's often entertaining. And he's always favoriting tweets.

Horace Dediu has the best, most insightful tweets on what's happening in the mobile worldOccupation: Founder and Author, AsymcoHandle:@asymcoWhy: A really good collection of links, charts, and 140-character analysis of the tech and mobile landscape.

Sammy the Walrus IV has smart commentary on the biggest company in techOccupation: Apple expert with engineering and finance backgroundHandle:@SammyWa…