tkWorld is a collection of graphical user interfaces to standard Unix commands.
Built on a Linux workstation with Unix users in mind, it maintains the integrity and features of the Unix operating system, but does not compromise the Unix philosophy of using small tools together to solve a large problem.
The word root as it relates to computers can be confusing. Doc explains. view it
In this series, we'll show you how to root your Barnes and Noble Nook Color so that it runs Android 3.0, Honeycomb. view it
Now that your NOOK Color is running Honeycomb, you'll want to install Android Market and get apps. In this episode, we'll show you how to do that using a Mac computer. view it
This tutorial is in response to a viewer request and shows you how to use some advanced features of the voice control mode. view it
You can use voice commands to send email on your BlackBerry with Vlingo view it