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Jack Wallen introduces you a highly configurable Android Twitter application that can empower you to more easily promote your business on the social platform.
Jack Wallen takes a look at Hover Browser. Find out why he thinks this might be the future of interacting with links on the Android platform.
In the never-ending quest to find the perfect email client, Jack Wallen stumbles across K-@ Mail and is impressed with what he sees. Could this be your next email client?
Jack Wallen introduces you to an app that should become a must-have for anyone concerned with losing their Android devices or the data contained within.
Blue screen crashes - You have 64bit win 7 - did you install a 32bit or 64 bit µTorrent? I am assuming µTorrent has 2 versions and if so try uninstalling and trying other version. ...
Jack Wallen takes a look at AutomateIt Pro, an inexpensive Android app that allows you to set, create, and share automated event-based actions.
Google Wallet is an evolving online service that facilitates shopping for consumers and transactions for merchants. Learn more about how it works.
If you have a Windows-only environment and have the budget for it, Panorama9 can do a great job of monitoring your IT infrastructure.
Find out why Jack Wallen calls the cross-platform, universal database manager DBeaver an incredible tool.
Minus allows you to easily transfer files within teams, outside your network, and between computers and devices. Justin James reviews it.