Do you need to make a backup copy of a personal DVD? Is your DVD format incompatible with your device (does the device even support DVDs)? Whatever the reason, BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate may be able to help. It normally costs $29.95, but as a reader of TechAirlines, you can get a license key for free.
We’ll get back to the free license later, after the review.
Disclaimer: This program itself is legal. It’s what you do with it that may or may not be legal.
Do you need to send someone a message online but don’t want it to be saved permanently somewhere (like their inbox)? Wouldn’t it be great to send a message that would self-destruct once its viewed? With QuickForget.com, you can send anonymous self-destructing messages securely online. No account registration is required as this is all intended […]
Do you use a screen protector for your Apple gadget? Even though these screens are very scratch resistant, they are not scratch proof. Since you probably spent somewhere in the hundreds to purchase the gadget, a screen protector might be a good investment.
This is my customer review of the ZAGG invisibleSHIELD screen protector for the iPad 2.
Have you been using YouTube lately? If so, you definitely should have noticed a new dark video player that was quietly introduced over the past few weeks. With the current site design, the dark player doesn’t look that great. This is similar to the look of the black Google bar on applications that have not […]
Are you using Firefox? Want to make the current active tab stand out from the rest? This is especially useful if you have lots of tabs of the same site open (same favicon).
This is easily done with extensions such as Tab Mix Plus, but suppose you don’t want to install another extension. Here are three methods to make the current tab stand out using the browser chrome stylesheet.
Remember the CO.CC free subdomain service that we mentioned last year? CO.CC is not only free, but also shares a resemblance to some ccTLDs like co.uk. As a result, it is commonly abused by spammers to create fraudulent and/or malicious sites.
A few days ago, it appears Google has had enough. Doing a site search for co.cc returns absolutely no results, not even the main website. Google has removed the domain and all subdomains from its search results.
If you’ve been using Google’s services in the past few days, you definitely should have noticed new designs being rolled out to many products and they all share a similar concept as the newly announced Google+.
The search giant is trying to integrate their new social network into all of their products, providing a seamless experience throughout their website.
Google is very well known for their simple and clean web designs and this major facelift is no different. A new facelift has already been given to the homepage, search results, Maps, Calendar, and Gmail.
Google has introduced their latest project, called Google+. It adds a new social layer to all their services and functions as a social network, where users can share information with their friends. This service is clearly aimed to compete with Facebook.
It is by far Google’s biggest and boldest attempt at social networking.