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Stuxnet Worm – Stop Funny

In the past, one would have laughed if one had said that the computer could be monitored or manipulated by Trojans/a worm. One would be declared stupid if one had said that the (computer) "worms" over the net would force the computer to restart. Now… we have all become smarter and may have experienced it […]

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Noom Weight Loss – Fit with Android

At the latest when it gets warm, most people think that it couldn't hurt to shrink the ramp. I'm no different – but wouldn't call it a ramp, rather a raccoon belly. This year I started earlier and like a wink of heaven, I came across "Noom Weight Loss". The software forge WorkSmart Labs has […]

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New Amazon Kindle – The Beginner's E-Book Reader

What a surprise, Amazon is releasing a new Kindle. In my opinion, this is not another new model, but an entry-level device. It's lighter, smaller and can't do everything the Kindle 3 (e.B.) can do. Music can't be heard with the new Kindle, so there's no headphone jack and no speakers. The internal memory has […]

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Handy Start Menu – Aumomatic Start Menu Manager

I was always disturbed when the Start menu got bigger and bigger – which is logical if you install more and more. Surely you could have done something, but you know … You never do it. Now I stumbled across "The Handy Start Menu"! How does it work? Totally easy! After the quick installation, "The […]

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GWatchman – Googlemail Notifier

I read more and more often the user switch to the pure webmail, preferably to that of Googlemail. Email clients are a fine thing, you have the mails on your own computer – who wants, uses the whole with imap and also has the mails written at home at hand at all times. However, if […]

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Google Chrome: Remove header and footer when printing

For a long time, since the Firefox browser slowed down, I have been using Google's Chrome browser. It runs fast, the plugins are useful and available in large numbers. But I've found a point now, I don't know why I didn't come across it sooner, which I don't get along with. Now, if I want […]

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Geni Family Tree: Genealogy and Relatives

Some people may have noticed by chance that there are other people who have the same surname. Often they are really distant relatives or at least there is a small contact historically. Not everyone has a family tree, usually for historical reasons, many data can no longer be reconstructed or simply no longer exist. Geni.com […]

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DroidStats – The Counter for Android

In my Windows Mobile time, I used to always look for a tool with which I can keep an eye on my SMS, minutes of business and traffic consumption. Well, I never found anything useful! But now that I've been Android(he), I've actually found "the" tool that fulfills all my wishes. It is the tool […]

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Xiia Live – Shoutcast Radio on Android

Anyone who likes to listen to Internet radio knows WinAMP, Aimp & Co. The solutions are all about the possibility to have all ShoutCast stations listed or to look for a specific station. I'm still a freshman when it comes to Android, but what's better than Xiia Live, I haven't seen in the field of […]

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