Why Chrome Uses So Much Freaking RAM

Chrome may be the best browser around, but it eats up your PC’s RAM like turkey on Thanksgiving. If you’ve ever looked at your task manager, you’ve probably flipped out at the sheer number of Chrome processes and the memory they hog. Here’s why Chrome uses so much RAM, and how to curb its gluttony. » 5/21/15 5:02pm 5/21/15 5:02pm

Android "Device" Review: Google Cardboard

Edit: This may have gone up temporarily while it was still nowhere near ready to get published to the Odeck. Apologies for that, I accidentally hit publish while answering my phone. Or, if you'd prefer, "I'm afraid I prematurely shot my wad on what was supposed to be a dry run, if you will, so I'm afraid I have… » 2/12/15 3:58pm 2/12/15 3:58pm

​Ending the Clash Between Local SEO and Reputation Management: Gaining…

Most businesses who have to worry about online reviews are brick and mortar businesses. While a web-only business might gain a few public comments they can always keep moving through virtual space. And out-SEOing a "BobJonesSucks.com" site isn't as hard as out-SEOing a monstrously popular and content-rich site like… » 4/02/14 10:15am 4/02/14 10:15am

The Easy Way to Find Your MD5 and SHA1 in Eclipse for Android Debugging

As an Android developer, I've made use of numerous APIs and libraries made available for use in applications. Out of all the APIs I've used, however, I have a largely love/hate relationship with the Google Maps API. Before I get jumped on, I don't hate the API itself and I know there are alternatives like… » 1/20/14 1:05pm 1/20/14 1:05pm

Stock 4.2.2 Camera on Any phone ICS + (Without Root)

With the release of the Google play edition cellphones, such as a stock galaxy s4 and a stock HTC One. Users noticed that the camera was a little different than the other 4.2.2 devices. So the took it out and lo and behold! It's usable, without root, on other Android devices! It is really simple. Just go int your… » 6/27/13 10:04am 6/27/13 10:04am

Why I use CyanogenMod 10.1 on my Nexus 7

Now I know a lot of you are thinking that since I have a Nexus 7, I have the holy grail of Android: stock, up-to-date Android. For a while, that was all I wanted and needed, but as I used my Nexus 7 more and more, I wanted more. I played around with Nova Launcher, and still use it religiously on both my tablet and my… » 4/26/13 5:21am 4/26/13 5:21am