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There's a problem with traditional video conferencing clients. Though they are in abundance, they're only remotely useful if all parties are collectively using the same client. Popular services such as VoxOX, ooVoo, IMO and, of course, Skype and Google Hangouts all have this problem, thus putting a damper on quick collaboration. One "solution" to this is…
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Over six months ago, I stopped using Adobe Photoshop and switched to the open source alternative, GIMP, for all my personal photography projects. This wasn't the impossible task that most people believe it is.
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I’ll come right out and say it: Google Maps is one of the greatest mobile apps ever written. The latest redesign of Google Maps, though, threw me for a loop. So today, I offer you a crash course in Google Maps app — a guide to navigating the navigation app.- David Pogue
The system tray is perhaps one of the most undervalued features of the Windows taskbar. The icons represent running programs or system functions you can manipulate. For the uninitiated, the system tray sits in the bottom right hand side of the screen, also hosting date and time. Some system tray icons do nothing but sit there until you close…
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