Sunkast’s pick: MyPermissions Try guessing how many apps have permissions to access your private information… Many services these days allow other apps to access them such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, and LinkedIn. But keeping track of who has access to your accounts isn’t always easy. MyPermission makes it easy to find out which apps have […]
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Erik’s pick: OpenDNS Trusted by millions around the world, OpenDNS is the easiest way to prevent malware, botnets and phishing attacks, and make your internet faster and more reliable. OpenDNS can also protect your family from inappropriate websites through the use of parental controls. Sunkast’s pick: Ericom AccessToGo AccessToGo is the FASTEST mobile RDP client […]
Pick of the Week: Turtlebeach XP500 Gaming Headset The Turtle Beach XP500 is a special version of the critically-acclaimed PX5 that’s designed specifically for the XBOX 360 and includes an XBA Bluetooth adapter for wireless XBOX Live chat. Just like the PX5, the XP500 delivers the ultimate gaming audio experience with a programmable digital signal […]
Paul’s pick: OnLive Desktop OnLive Desktop gives you the freedom to work from anywhere. Build PowerPoint presentations with graphs, even videos. Then present them directly from your iPad or external monitor. You can also update Microsoft Word docs on the go. Use touch, an on-screen keyboard or handwriting recognition to view, edit, redline and comment. […]
This week on What The Tech: Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott begin by discussing the situation with MegaUpload. Why did the FBI target them? Should similar services be worried? Andrew brings up recent Xbox 720 rumors. Will it do away with optical media all together? Andrew also discusses the next gen PlayStation. Should Sony even […]
Sunkast’s pick: Emit Media Server Emit allows you to watch videos live from your PC, Mac, or Linux computer directly through wifi or 3G. Not all devices support every video format out there. But with Emit, it will encode the video into a supported format, and stream it to your device without having to wait […]