If you are stuck in an awkward conversation and you are praying to be saved by the bell, this app might be just the thing you are looking for.
Fake-Call Me is an Android app for smartphones that generates a fake call with all the necessary elements so that people won’t know whether you are lying or not.
What’s fantastic about this app is that you can easily adjust the time when you receive the fake call, the name of the caller and the ringtone.
Worried that your PC, notebook or tablet has been infected with a virus? Get a second opinion using Trend Micro HouseCall, one small and free program that you download and run without installation, and let is scan your system for viruses, worms, Trojans, or spyware.
Of course, any computer should be protected by an updated and always running anti-virus or security suite. There are a lot of options here, including completely free and paid solutions. However, there are many cases in which a product like Trend Micro HouseCall is a great solution.
Do you have a free Dropbox account? This means you have a Dropbox folder where you put all kind of data that is saved in the cloud, and also synchronized across all your devices. Thanks to Site44, you can now create multiple websites inside your Dropbox account for the world to see.
It’s very easy to setup your website: just go to www.site44.com and click the big, blue “Sign in with Dropbox to get started” button. Sign in into your Dropbox account and allow Site44 to access your Dropbox account. You will now be able to create up to 5 websites into your Dropbox folder: click the “Create a new website” button and pick a domain name for your site. You can use a site44.com subdomain, like mysite.site44.com, or you can use any domain name you already own (like www.mysite.com).
PwnedList is a free web tool that allows you to check if your online accounts have been compromised by hackers. The service has built the largest database of stolen credentials by indexing the locations where hackers post stolen data. All you have to do is enter your e-mail address and see if it’s on the list of hacked accounts.
There are many ways in which your email and password can be hacked. For example your company’s servers can be breached, or you may get a malicious piece of software that starts sneaking around on your computer. Along with security measures like choosing a strong password and changing it often, keeping your system and antivirus up to date and not using insecure computers or Internet connections to check your accounts, a service like PwnedList can bring you more peace of mind.
The next version of the Windows operating system is scheduled to be commercially released on October 29. However, you can start using it for free, by downloading and installing the Windows 8 Enterprise Evaluation.
You can get both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 8, in a lot of different languages, including Chinese, English, French, German, Spanish or Japanese.
The installation process is easy: you download a 2 GB ISO file, then use a free tool like the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool to write this file to a DVD or USB stick. After that you simply insert the DVD or USB stick into a computer, and boot your computer from that device. All you have to do is follow the instructions.
If for some reason you never got to try Pinterest, now may be a good time to do it. Previously you needed an invitation to sign-up, but that’s no longer the case. Anyone can now sign-up for free, without waiting.
Launched in 2010, Pinterest became the fastest-growing site ever, and it’s now considered to be the third largest social networking site, behind Facebook and Twitter. Women account for 60 percent of Pinterest’s visitors.
On Pinterest users collect photos and images in an elegant virtual pinboard, with boards for fashion clothes, beauty products, well-designed technology, architecture, or anything else they want to organize and share.
So you want to sign-up for a free online service or try a new website, but they are asking you to fill out a long form with all kinds of details: name, address, ZIP code, phone, email, birthday, and more. But you want to protect your privacy and not give away all this personal information.
Use Fake Name Generator, a very easy to use online tool that automatically generates an entire fake identity. You get a name, address, city, a matching ZIP code, phone number, e-mail address, birthday, occupation, company, vehicle, and even physical traits like blood type, weight and height.
Go ahead and try Scroll Kit: if you know how to browse the Internet and drag things around with your mouse or finger, then you can build your own webpage. You don’t need technical or design skills.
You get a blank canvas where you can add pictures, text, shapes, or draw with your mouse. Then you have a button called Publish. That’s it, you now have a website on the Internet.
Do you want to spice up your SMSes, emails, chats, tweets or Facebook statuses with cool and interesting symbols like シ, ϟ, ☏, ♥, ❀, ✪, ✔, ✌, ♛? Or write ⓐ ⓒⓞⓞⓛ ⓜⓔⓢⓢⓐⓖⓔ ⓛⓘⓚⓔ ⓣⓗⓘⓢ ⓞⓝⓔ? With i2symbol it’s very easy.
i2symbol is a web tool that provides you with a wide range of rich graphical text symbols and special characters: faces, love symbols, smileys, emoticons, flowers, stars, music related, geometric shapes, signs, or technical symbols. There are over 50+ classes of symbols, and coverage of nearly all world alphabets and numerals.
Google Sightseeing is an interesting blog that shows you sights and pictures of the world, but with a twist. The pictures are not taken by human photographers, they are captured by satellites and come from Google Maps, Google Earth and Google Street View. Many of them are really worth viewing, as they feature unique, weird and wonderful sights.
Google Sightseeing features satellite pictures, or photos that were automatically taken by the Google Street View cars. They are discovered by the blog authors or suggested by readers. It’s kind of a world tour that you can take from your home, hopefully in order to find beautiful places that you will visit someday.