When you think about your conventional racing game, you think about getting from Point A to Point B as fast as you can. Well, the developers of Nitronic Rush have incorporated a survival aspect into the game and a plethora of unique features that further enhances your game play.
Along with theses added features, Nitronic Rush also has a unique music system that adapts as you progress through the game. All this make Nitronic Rush incredibly addictive and creates an enjoyable time for the player. Read on for our full review.
It never fails. You have a file on your desktop back home, but you’re at a hotel or at a coffee shop with your laptop and you need to get to that file. Or perhaps you need access to an email back on your computer at home.
Whatever reason that you need to get back to your computer at home, there is a simple way to get the experience of sitting at your computer anywhere with access to the Internet. Let’s find out how!
DVD drives have been a staple of every computer or console over the past ten years. The ubiquitous storage medium has won over the world with its simplicity.
But is it the beginning of the end of the DVD era? Or for optical storage, for that matter?
There has always been controversy about the Windows Phone Marketplace and the number of apps on it affecting the perception on the future of the platform. A common comment from a lot of users was also the fact that most of the apps were just RSS readers of a single website’s feed.
Next Gen Reader is not just another RSS reader. It is an RSS reader exclusively for Windows Phone and it claims to be the fastest Google Reader client for the platform. Does it live up to it’s claim? Let’s find out.
Web forms are essential for any website. Building and styling web forms by hand isn’t the trickiest of endeavors, but it is time consuming. Creating beautiful web forms is now even easier with CoffeeCup Web Form Builder.
Web Form Builder comes with a $69 price tag and has a lot of incredible features, but is it worth it? Let’s find out!
Up until now, I felt that the cloud synchronized calender and Office OneNote were sufficient for managing tasks on Windows Phone. But a closer look at the Marketplace revealed different types of to-do list apps available, that are much more than a calender.
In this second part of our Windows Phone Elite series, we’ll look at the task management productivity apps on Windows Phone that help you reach your goals.
That’s right, AppStorm is now on Pinterest!
Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web, and we’ve already got a few pinboards up for you to check out! Browsing pinboards is a fun and visual way to discover new things, head over to Pinterest now to see our collections;
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We will be adding more as time goes on, and the editorial team gets inspired, but feel free to suggest any great ideas you have for pinboards in the comments!
The internet is an amazing tool for entertainment, research and so much more, but it is also something of a security problem. Whenever you are online, you leave behind traces of your activity – footprints that can be pieced together to determine a great deal of information about your such as where you are and who you are.
There are endless reasons why you might not want to be identified or traceable online – it is not something that is only going to be of interest to people investigating the darker side of the internet. While all web browsers include options that can be used to hide your web tracks after an online session, most do little if anything to prevent the web sites you visit from gathering information about you and your browsing habits that could be used to identify you – this is where Tor Project is different.
It is a boring day and you are at home with nothing to do and you just want to mess with someone. You could do a lot of things. You could take the Fight Night option (find the largest guy out on the streets, go up to him and punch him).
Or if you are a Windows enthusiast, you could try one of these pranks on your friend’s computer.
Internet Explorer is synonymous with a slow browsing experience, painfully slow startups and incorrectly rendered web pages. Because of this reputation, Internet Explorer’s latest iteration has not been tried by most people.
But, if they were to give it a chance, is there any possibility that it could replace a Firefox or Chrome installation?