The 12 Best Glass PC Cases For Your Custom Builds

A Custom Built PC can be a work of art, if done right. Some people prefer their custom gaming rigs to be built using whatever material is readily available, while others go through incredible lengths to customize every little facet. The internet has seen Chassis Free PCs go viral, PCs that fit into the body of a Playstation 3, and even using ludicrous objects like packaging boxes, go viral. However, glass casings have started presenting an interesting blend of creative liberty and ready-made objects. Following are our recommendations for the best glass PC cases available in the market.Read More

Apple Magic Trackpad Control Panel Adds Trackpad Properties In Windows 7

Editor’s Note: Apple Magic Trackpad is a wonderful device that is only restricted to Mac OS X. If you plan on using it on Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit), you will have to follow the long hectic process of downloading and extracting Bootcamp patch, finding and renaming Trackpad Bin file to .exe format and finally installing the driver. Rather than following this difficult process, we have hosted the Trackpad Windows drivers for you at the bottom of the post.Now that you have Apple Magic Trackpad running on Windows 7, you will be disappointed to know that the default Mouse properties is almost useless. In short, you cannot customize the speed or gestures of trackpad in Windows. This is where Magic Trackpad Control Panel comes in. It is a brilliant tool that allows you to set the tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed of the trackpad, and can be used to change both one finger and two finger gestures.Read More

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Review And Giveaway

The Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse is the successor to the original Arc Mouse with a new sleek and flexible design. The most prominent change is the use of touch to scroll instead of wheel and BlueTrack technology which allows it to be used on any surface. Check our full review (and giveaway) after the jump.Read More

Install Front Facing Camera On Samsung Vibrant [Video Guide]

Samsung Vibrant is essentially an exact replica of the Samsung Galaxy S I9000 at the hardware level with one difference – it lacks a front facing camera but that can be changed quite easily if you are ready to spend a few bucks on a newer camera and do some hardware-level tinkering. While it may sound like a potentially risky mod, we were surprised at how easy it was to do, thanks to this video guide.

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10 Things To Consider When Buying A Computer

Buying a new laptop or desktop PC can be quite confusing. Many people find it difficult to compare prices, features, processor types,etc to find the right choice in accordance with their requirements. In this post we will tell you the top 10 things to consider before buying a PC.Read More

How To Setup Your Own Wireless Internet At Home

In the last few years wireless internet has become a necessity for most users rather than a luxury. Although there are many wireless internet packages and devices available from numerous ISPs, yet due to signal constraints it can be difficult to acquire a decent wireless connection in some areas. Users in such scenarios have no option but to rely on ADSL connections for using the internet. In such a case an ISP may or may not provide a package for getting a wireless router installed at your premises. Many a times such packages can be more expensive than simply buying your own wireless router. In this post I will tell you how to configure your own wireless internet in order to make your ADSL connection available for wireless usage.Read More

How To Power-On Mobile Phone With A Damaged Power Button

Ever ended up breaking your cell phone's power button and found yourself unable to turn its screen on when it times out, or power the device on once it runs out of battery? It can be a frustrating situation, especially if you don't have a backup device and need to be able to use your phone till you can send it for repairs. Fortunately, you aren't entirely out of luck, as there is a simple solution to this problem that can work on many phones and save the day for you. Read on for further details.Read More

Fix Lag On Dell Sreak After Updating To Android 2.2 Froyo

If you recently flashed or updated to the official Android 2.2 Froyo on your Dell Streak, then you might be facing some performance lag while operating the tablet. Folks over at XDA have come out with a lag fix for Android 2.2 Froyo on your Dell Streak tablet. The fix comes in form of a .zip update file that plants a custom Kernel along with a custom build.prop. The performance tweak is added in the script for Android 2.2 Froyo on Dell Streak tablet. Currently, the fix is only applicable on 3.09 and 3.15 versions of Dell Streak with support for other model variations promised to come soon.

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How To Install Ubuntu On Samsung Galaxy Tab

There is some good news for all Ubuntu fans owning a Samsung Galaxy Tab. You can now install Ubuntu on your Samsung Galaxy Tab using the same method utilized to plant Ubuntu image on Samsung Galaxy S. Although the Ubuntu interface is still not optimized to run on the Tab, but user reviews and ratings show that it’s not that bad of a deal at all.Read More

How To Take Screenshots On Samsung Galaxy Tab

As the story of Samsung Galaxy Tab evolves, folks over at Android Community have successfully found a method through which you can take screenshots of your tab. The best thing about this tiny but extremely userful tip is that you don’t need to have your tab rooted. Read on for detailed instructions.Read More

Kinect Hacked, Open Source Driver Now Available For Download

Yesterday we saw Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect hacked by a developer who has no intention to make the drivers open source. Today, just 3 hours after EU launch, Hector Martin of Marconsoft reversed the MS Kinect USB protocol (hacked the device) and has also released the open source Kinect driver for public use. This development is massive for not just the gaming world but the computing world in general, as the possibilities of utilizing Kinect as a motion-sensing device on any computer are endless.Read More

Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect Hacked Running With Windows 7 PC [Video]

All you fans of Microsoft Kinect and other similar motion-controlled gaming and computing fans out there, we've got some amazing news for you! Microsoft Kinect has been hacked successfully and as you can imagine, this has opened up room for a LOT of custom applications of the excellent motion gesture control device. The device can now be connected to a Windows computer and can report its accelerometer data to the computer directly, for further manipulation at the computer end. For more details, continue reading. Read More

How To Scale Apps To Fit Screen In Samsung Galaxy Tab

If some apps of your Samsung Galaxy Tab fail to scale properly on screen (fit the screen), then there is some great news for you. Folks over at XDA have devised a method through which your apps will scale properly onscreen. The scaling problem actually refers to the apps that don’t either fit the screen or seem to flow out from the screen area.Read More

HDMI Adapter For iPad, iPhone 4 And iPod Touch 4G Now Available

There is some great news for all iPad and iPhone owners jealous of Android phones having the capability to out put content on their HDTVs, projectors and other high definition external displays through HDMI. Folks over at MIC Gadget have discovered a valid and fully functional HDMI Adapter for iPad, and the iPhone 4. This HDMI Adapter for iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch 4G can help you in displaying HD content from your iDevice to your HDTV or monitor or projector. Read on for more information.Read More