If YouTube detects copyrighted material in a video, it may result in ads placed around and within your video with the resulting revenue going to the copyright holder. Recently, I came across an interesting manipulation of YouTube’s Content ID system.
It doesn’t work to put a 790 pixel wide ad on a site that can shrink down to 300 pixels wide on a smaller device. Fortunately, Google has an answer with its responsive ad units, currently in beta.
Beginning March 8th, Microsoft will push out a pop up to Windows XP computers.
PushBullet allows you to push text, URLs, or pictures from your phone to your computer and vice versa with a Chrome or Firefox extension.
Microsoft Office 2013 SP1, Exchange Server 2013 SP1, and SharePoint 2013 SP1 were released today.
At Mobile World Congress 2014 today, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S5 along with the Galaxy Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit in the wearable technology category.
Beginning with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, you may have noticed that there is no longer a sticker on computers or laptops that tells the Windows product key.
After looking through the growing list of Chromium parameters/switches and having some idea of what I was looking for, I finally found a switch I could use to disable the back/forward swiping gestures.
One way to improve your documentation is to make it visual. This makes it easier to understand at a glance and also means there is less typing to document the information.
Malwarebytes has been working on the beta version of an update to their Anti-Malware product. The second release of the popular malware fighting product is looking good.
Stream is a free WordPress plugin that allows you to remain informed of what goes on with your website.