Smartphones have evolved from being able to just check email and has now allowed us to do so many other things when paired with other devices. Nowadays, we can pay with our smartphones with digital wallet apps are able to store multiple credit cards. Most of our private information (together ... Continue reading »
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If you use the browser Firefox instead of Chrome and Safari, chances are you have heard about Firefox OS, the new open source operating system for smartphones and tablets from Mozilla. The organization is serious in working to make the Web open and accessible to everyone. Though this new mobile ... Continue reading »
Note: Android rooting is required. Android users who want to root their phone are advised time and time again to perform regular backups. It is not uncommon to find a rooted Android device messed up so having a backup to revert to is always a good idea. Don’t want to ... Continue reading »
I have always been against the principle of helping people to prepare for an interview. All the interview tips are great to help them prepare for joining the workforce but in the process, their unique personalities (and habits) lay buried under the cover stories about commitment, passion and skillsets. It’s ... Continue reading »
If you are a photographer, creating a portfolio is certainly one of the most important things you need to do. There are a number of benefits that a portfolio can bring you: it helps you showcase your work online, pulls in new clients and builds a strong and wide online ... Continue reading »
We’ve all heard it before. The inevitable request from a client to revise a design to make it more… something. The client isn’t sure what, exactly, but they know that whatever they’re looking at on the screen isn’t quite "there" yet. Sometimes they’ll even utterly confuse you with a vague ... Continue reading »
With the introduction of CSS3 Media Queries, we are able to shift and apply CSS between different viewport or device screen sizes. We can detect the viewport width threshold, which we want the style rules to be applied to, with the min-width or max-width declaration within the Media Queries, as ... Continue reading »
In order to create a proper website for people, you should start think in the same way they do. When it comes to designing a gorgeous restaurant website, what should you put your mind to? Well, why do people like going to restaurants? For the food, the ambience, to relax ... Continue reading »
Rooting your Android phone is the first path towards customizing your phone for optimum use. Once you have your device rooted, you will not only be able to use certain apps, you can also remove bloatware, boost battery life, make your Android work snappier and faster plus further customize the ... Continue reading »
With cloud storage, we rarely need to bring or store our files in a thumbdrive or in our devices anymore. Sometimes, however, you need to convert some of the files, but as they are in the Cloud, converting them means needing to download the file into the computer before using ... Continue reading »
Spring is an amazing season. It brings nature back to life. The best thing to shoot within springtime is the wide range of beautiful flowers that appear. Spring paints nature in bright vivid colors of pink, green, blue, yellow, purple, and all the combinations you would not even dare to ... Continue reading »
Over the years, we mainly style the font for the size or the color, and it was only recently that we can add text shadow with CSS3. There are times when we need more styles for more stunning fonts, but it would very complicated to create by ourselves. Replacing it ... Continue reading »