“Cut the rope” is a very popular game that runs on iPhone and Android devices. In this game, candies are dangling on ropes. Your job is to cut the rope in such a way that the candies fall straight into the mouth of the monster sitting at the bottom. While the game play is simple, passing each level requires some strategy and dexterity on your part.
This guide explains how to install Opera web browser in Fedora Linux. Opera is a standards complaint web browser that is heavy in features but having a relatively low memory foot print. It is one of the few web browsers that has an integrated mail client and news reader built into it.
Idea Cellular – a prominent mobile / Internet service provider in India, has launched the Idea 3G Internet broadband service in many states in India.
This is a review of the Idea 3G NetSetter broadband USB modem and Idea Cellular’s broadband Internet connection.
This tutorial explains how to install Oracle Java in Fedora so that you can run Java applets in your web browser.
The process is quite simple because Java has been released in an open source license.
In India, the increase in tele-density can be largely attributed to mobile phones. Anybody and everybody you come across owns a mobile phone. We Indians are fortunate to have a wide variety of choices when it comes to choosing the cell phone carrier. And there are a hand full to choose from, such as – Tata DoCoMo, Airtel, Aircel, Vodaphone, Idea Cellular, not to mention the state owned behemoth BSNL.
Fedora does not ship with Flash support by default. However, it is very easy to enable Flash in Fedora. Here is how you can install Adobe Flash player in Fedora Linux.
These steps I tested on Fedora 15 (Rawhide). However, it should work on any version of Fedora equally well.
Doit.im is a very good online task manager that is free to use by anyone. In my quest for better task management tools, I came across this cute web based solution that helps you remain focused and save time.
Here are some of the advantages of using Doit.im to manage your day-to-day tasks.
Amazon in a bid to woo even more customers to buy MP3 music from their online store has rolled out a new service called Amazon Cloud Storage. With this offering, Amazon is providing anybody who has an Amazon account (Free registration), 5GB of free online storage space to store all your files. You can store all your music, photos, videos, and documents.
Do you want to help your parents learn how to use a computer ? Are your parents technophobes ? Then help is at hand.
A few enterprising people at Google have put together a site that could be a help to parents.
SpiderOak is an online storage service that provides 2GB of free space to store all your files. Online storage services are a viable backup plan for individuals and businesses alike. In recent times, a number of such online storage services have cropped up. However, SpiderOak stands a notch above its competitors in the sheer number of features and the value it provides to the customer.