Entries by Tofi

Disconnect – Stop 3rd party web trackers

Stop third parties and search engines from tracking the webpages you go to and searches you do. Disconnect: Disables third-party tracking, truly depersonalizes searches, shows blocked resources and cookies, lets you easily unblock services, and is free for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari! Facebook Disconnect stops Facebook from tracking the webpages you go to Prevent “frictionless […]

Say NO to SOPA

Please vote against Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)! http://americancensorship.org/ Here’s the letter that tech companies wrote to the congress: The letter was signed by tech giants such as AOL, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, Twitter, eBay, LinkedIn, Mozilla and Zynga.

What Do You Love (www.wdyl.com) – New Google service

New service provided by Google. All you have to do is type in a term or phrase of something you love/like and it shows you things related to that topic going on about it. For instance type in Barack Obama and you’d get info on what’s going on with the president and his popularity and […]

BlueStacks: Android Emulator

The emulator works full screen on a Windows platform where you can test out/use all your own apps that you have on your phone/tablet (paid and unpaid). You start off with installing the emulator which creates an account with the BlueStacks cloud. Then it provides a PIN. You then download and install the BlueStacks Cloud […]

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The long awaited app is almost here (probably this evening). Facebook for iPad is finally here. Go get your copy on the App Store later today.

Hotmail getting hotter

Looks like Hotmail is getting a redesign. Including a bazillion filtering options and a brand new app Android app with 2-way sync for email, contacts AND calendar. The filtering also includes an “unsubscribe” feature that lets you cancel subscriptions to newsletters you signed for during weak moments. It would also feature a scheduled cleanup feature […]

Kindle the Fire?

I’m just loving the end of summer technology announcements. Here comes Amazon with its brand new Android tablet, the Kindle Fire. “The Kindle Fire will have a 7-inch display and sell for $199, compared with $499 for Apple’s cheapest iPad, Amazon executives said in interviews with Bloomberg Businessweek. The device, a souped-up version of the […]