Mac OS X 10.7.3 Update bug causes Launched Programs to Crash


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If you have updated to Mac OS X 10.7.3 then you might be experiencing a problem regarding program execution crashing giving a message of CUI, although this isn’t the case with all users some users are complaining after installing the software update they are having issues launching programs, for more on this issue check out this article HERE.

Find a Native Speaker of a Language with Verbling


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When your learning a new language or perhaps want to increase your skills in a language you barely know, you might want to use the service Verbling to connect with a native speaker, for more check out the service Verbling.

Have all your Android Images uploaded to Dropbox with Syncly


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Perhaps you have a Dropbox account and you like all the images on your Android device to be automatically uploaded to your Dropbox account so that they are safe, well now you can do this with the help of the Android program Syncly.

Get All your Siri JB Hacks into one place with AssistantExtensions


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If your running a few Siri hacks or you want to be using a few different Siri hacks on your Jailbroken iOS device, then you might want to consider using the program AssistantExensions which will help manage all your Siri hacks in one place and ensure that they don’t conflict with one another and play nice, for more check out AssistantExtensions.

CCleaner for Mac OS Released


ccleanerFor a while CCleaner was a Windows only program that did a decent job of cleaning out your system of rubbish files that are only taking up space, and now you can get the same type of system cleaning done on your Mac OS using CCleaner.

Search Google Images by drawing what your looking for


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If your search Google Images for an image, you might find it hard to find if you don’t know how to describe what your looking for, but perhaps you know how to draw what your looking for, and wouldn’t it be cool if Google could search its images based on an image you submitted to them, well you can do this in a way, for more on how this can be done, check out this site HERE.

Re.vu might be an Resume Alternative


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If you wanted to display your resume in a new way that would be accessible from pretty much any modern office or location, then you might want to consider using the service Re.vu to display a page that could be used as a resume, and it even offers you a download of your resume if you set it up to do so, for more check out the service Re.vu.

PicPick is a Screen Capturing Program for Windows


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When it comes to capturing the screen on your Windows desktop you have a ton of options, including the native screen capturing that comes with Windows, but if you want to step up the way you capture your screen on your Windows machine, you might want to give the program PicPick a try.

Ridding your Mac OS of unnecessary System Preference Icons


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If you find that the System Preference menu is loaded with icons you really have no use for and they are only getting in the way of the icons you do need access to, then you might consider checking out this article that describes a method to get rid of those icons, for more check out this article HERE.

Symantec Releases Beta of Norton Identity


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If you like the idea of a password management program that can store all of your passwords and generate passwords for you, while you just remember one master password, then you might want to check out the program Norton Identity that is in beta, which is a service that will store your passwords in the cloud, where you can access them with your password to the service, for more check out Symantec Norton Identity Beta.

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