Losing your precious data these days is one of the most common and feared mishaps we get to face these days, even though a lot of people prefer creating several back ups, some people just don’t like it for the sake of the space that goes away, specially when you are running low on space. Optical disks are another viable solution but they deteriorate by the time making them unable to work. This situation leaves us with either buying a portable hard drive that has enough capacity to house all of your data, but if you are looking for a quick way out and don’t want to spend extra money, you’d have to rely on a cheaper solution such as data recovery software. Continue Reading →
Today’s post is an interview with a new startup, PubPoolr, specifically targeted towards small and medium publishers and bloggers who are just starting out in the arena of blogging and online content development. The team at Lost in Technology got the chance to speak with Director of Business Development – Scott Merritt on this project and dug out some interesting aspects of their service.
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Microsoft’s Outlook is one of the oldest and most used email client, despite having some rough times, it always manages to bring something new. A lot of people around the world are using Outlook with complete satisfaction, and the largest user base comes directly from countless offices. It’s easy to use, it gets the job done and it doesn’t put any extra pressure on the machine its being used on. That being said, there are some people who have recently moved to Outlook and are looking for an easy way in.
Considering how the program is heavy on the features, it is pretty normal to get lost while finding your way. You may also find yourself looking to find the useful features in one. Luckily, for all the new comers, there are many tips and tricks you can learn about the Outlook, they are bound to make your experience a lot more easier than you had hoped. These tips and tricks will cover almost all the important features about the Microsoft Outlook. Check them out below. Continue Reading →
Adobe’s Photoshop is one of the most commonly used image editing software. Ever since the software first came to the industry, it has seen a lot of changes, both good and bad, and now it is widely used by graphic designers all over the world, the software is adored on both large scale and small scale graphic designers. Some people just use it to add some extra flare, while others are known to create masterpieces. Not only the graphic designers, even photographers are using Photoshop to enhance or fix the beauty of the pictures they have taken.
It is quite obvious that a software of such grand scale would need proper resources to run. Having a powerful PC is not a big deal these days since entry level components are available at lesser prices as compared to the old days. However, some people are still using their old, trustworthy computers because an upgrade just for a specific program doesn’t seem all that appealing. Luckily enough, Photoshop comes with a lot of options that can improve your overall experience and result in a satisfaction. While some of them have direct impact on the performance, others have a subtle effect on how things work. If you are an average Joe or you are using the Photoshop after a long hiatus, you might get lost in the options. There’s nothing to worry, we narrow down the best ways to tweak your Adobe Photoshop so you can work without having any confusions. All you need to do is follow the steps below, but before you do, first go to Edit > Preferences > Performance.
Viber Media has decided to sell off it’s highly popular VoIP application that is available all three leading mobile platforms; Android, Windows Phone 8 and iOS. It will be sold to an e-commerce and internet company called Rakuten, the company is based in Japan. The company has said that it will be buying the voice calling and instant messaging application for $900 million. This purchase will be made hoping that it will help the Viber Media, a company based in Cyprus, expand its business business in several other egressing markets.
According to Rakuten, the acquisition of Viber Media, that is currently being run by Talmon Marco, an Israeli entrepreneur, will give the company 300 million users, add this to the current 200 million users and the company will get a total of 500 million users. The Japanese internet giant decide to hold a press conference and issued a statement saying, “As Rakuten aims to become the world’s No.1 internet services company, this acquisition will enable Rakuten to penetrate new markets with multiple digital content offerings.” Continue Reading →
No matter how open you are with friends and family, there is always something that you would like to be hidden. The same holds true for your virtual data on your PC/Laptop. It can be an embarrassing photo from your childhood, a document consisting of your personal account passwords or a list of your credit card numbers and pins.
The risk of having your private data being seen by others increases if the system you use is also used by your family or friends. For such a situation, you can try a file protection application like Sneasky.
Ever wondered whether you could remove all those unwanted and useless applications from your PC? There isn’t really any point of having such software on your system when they’ll probably never be used. All such software (and applications) contribute towards is seriously slowing down your system, the startup procedure, take up a lot of disk space on your hard drive and eat up resources.
Nowadays, it’s all about having your devices and gadgets connected with the cloud and having to access all your files ‘on the go’. And it’s the same for music as well. In this article, we’ll have a quick look at a very promising music player application out there; the OnAir Player. The featured application will let you play your favorite music on your computer, while having access to it from a remote device; such as your phone for example.
OnAir Player connects all your devices and treats them as one. It can connect devices within your LAN or the internet, which means you can basically ‘stream’ your music files from a laptop in your house, while you’re at your office. Now how cool is that?!