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.
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.
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.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation announced the availability of the HTTPS Everywhere add-in on Firefox for Android.
Process Explorer could already be handy in cleaning a malware infection but this new feature makes it even better.
The documents available today include a Windows 8.1 Quick Guide for Business, the Windows 8.1 Power User Guide for Business, and Windows 8.1 how-to tutorial videos.
The bug report pointed out a bug with Chrome that kept old versions of Chrome apps and extensions in the user profile. This means that with a few extensions that update frequently, you could begin to lose a significant amount of storage.
Effective today, LogMeIn is removing their free remote control software offerings so they can focus on their premium remote access products.