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Shows you the best, free, online solutions to many computing tasks, then helps you compare them in order to choose the best one for your situation. Categories include listening to music, building websites, watching tv or movies and many more.
An e-magazine website dedicated to showcasing digital art. Artwork comes from a variety of sources and Crispme welcomes new content, so if you’re an aspiring artist, then send them in some of your work. Wallpaper and digital art displayed on various topics including, gaming, sci-fi, 3d and more.
VideoJS is an HTML5 video player. Web developers can embed VideoJS into their webpages to playback video with “pure HTML/CSS skin”. VideoJS checks various attributes to ensure cross browser support and has a fallback setup to revert to flash if HTML5 is not supported and vice versa. VideoJS is free open source software.
Mobile Admin by Rove let’s you take your IT infrastructure on the go with you via Android, Blackberry and iOS devices. One method of connection is the popular VPN and along with others allow IT admins to create a gateway to clients infrasctructure. Mobile Admin supports several forms of security based control clients, including SSH. Support includes Windows desktops and servers, database options, virtualization, backup and more.
This website offers an alternative to the traditional desktop that we all use. In simplest terms it takes the content which you want available and creates a desktop with those widgets on a desktop inside your browser. The widgets are movable and can be shaped to different sizes. The idea isn’t new and we’ve seen it before, but with the onslaught of tablets, and the push towards complete cloud integration, this website has a head start on things.
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