Free VOIP Calls with Android

So a few weeks ago my brother lost his credit card and had it canceled. He also never updated our wireless account to auto withdraw from the new credit card. Because of this I found myself in a situation where I needed to rely only on WIFI for calling and ...

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Skype Beta - Testing nearly 18 Months of Work

Today I got an email from a mailing list I am currently subscribed to and someone pointed out that a new version of Skype for Linux was released. The last release of Skype for Linux (2.0.x) was indeed plagued with bugs, refused to let me (or any one ...

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Tweaking Firefox

Firefox has grown a lot over the last few years. It's US market share is currently greater than 21%. With so many of us on line every day, that means a huge chunk of people are using Firefox. By no means is Firefox the best browser in every aspect ...

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Smart-Torrent

BitTorrent has helped change the way we get files on the Internet. No longer do we depend solely on a single servers maxing out their allotted bandwidth on a first come first served basis.  No, that is the distribution method of the past where as today we have the BitTorrent ...

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Favorite Apps for Fresh Systems

Around the holiday's there are lot's and lots of new computers. If your frugal like me however, you just spend time reformatting and cleaning up instead of buying a whole new computer. After setting up my fair share of new systems over the past few weeks/years, there ...

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Basic Ubuntu Security

I just got finished reading (and technically flaming) a article from the ITSecurity site. The article, The Big Ol' Ubuntu Security Resource, starts off by trying to scare you. "So you thought Ubuntu was secure? Think again! I did a Google search with the words Ubuntu and security and you ...

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