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Do you use Itunes to transfer music to your Ipod from your laptop or desktop computer? Are you tired of the functionality limits of that piece of software? Have you always wished for other workarounds? Tired of iTunes? Adam Pash of the highly popular LifeHacker blog has a post on how you can transfer music […]


Using this Greasemonkey script you can switch your Gmail signature based on the From address you select. It simply Combines choosing “From: address” and signature into 1 action. Gmail with different attachment icons is another hack using Stylish firefox addon which lets you add attachment icons to your Gmail account (Well at least most of […]


Go to google.com and enter “Music:comfortably numb” without the quotes and you would be surprised by the results. There apparently is a google operator “Music”. Though officially not out from the google labs, I guess it works perfectly fine. The results provide youw ith information on the song and album. What is funny is that […]


The cracking technique I addressed late last week required you to type in ten cumbersome commands that is easy to fat finger.  Although there is no simple user interface with a gigantic push button that states, “Crack” and plays the Mission Impossible theme music, a few windowed alternatives are practically more operable. SpoonWep in BackTrack […]


Now a days it is hard to find a person who doesn’t have a cell phone and it has become a very vital thing. A lot of advancements have happened in the cellular arena and the cost of cell phones have also become very affordable. More than the facilities have increased a lot and you […]


Students at Cornell University were given the responsibility of choosing, designing and building a microcontroller project,. This year’s projects include laser pong, air guitar, an evolving neural robot, and a USB host controller. http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/ee476/FinalProjects/ During the last 5 weeks of the semester in ECE476, Microcontroller Design, students have to combine sensors, actuators, microcontrollers, and mathematical […]


The way we share data on the internet has changed a lot and many online storage mediums sprouted up in the past few year. Of all the most popular one is undoubtedly Rapidshare and it is a great repository of information. The basic service is free to use and people started using it for storing […]


Here is a list of features offered by WordPress.com. Not complete but hey, its got all the important ones. It Takes Seconds and is Free! You can get a blog started in less time than it takes you to read this sentence. All you need is an email address and a name. You can blog […]


Graceful Flavour has linked to a gadget, one of those whacky ones you can use when you are doing your thing in a toilet. It’s a paper roll designed to play the songs from your Ipod. This bizarre gadget has the following features: • 4 Integrated high performance moisture-free speakers deliver exceptional clarity and high […]


The Knowledge Foundation, a motely group of technology enthusiasts and avid bloggers, the same bunch of folks who brought you Blogcamp, Barcamp, Proto.in and other related events have teamed up to bring you India’s first podcasting event called Podworks.in. This event, to be held next month on the 9th and the 10th at Tidel Park, […]