Type Mathematical Equations in Firefox with FireMath

FireMath for Firefox

When participating online on various web sites or forums where people discuss about mathematics, physics or engineering problems, we have to post our mathematical problems by typing the equations. Usually we use various special character tools like the Character Map in Windows to insert the mathematical symbols and make the equations look a little legible. But why bother with all that hard work when you can use the MathML in the Firefox browser? Firefox supports MathML for a long time and Continue reading

How to Disable NFC in Android Smartphones

Disable NFC in Android

NFC (Near Field Communications) is a relatively newer technology that allows one Android device to connect and exchange data with another device close to it. For the data exchange to occur, both of the devices must have NFC enabled and their NFC transceivers should be in very close vicinity. Typically, you have to put the screen of one device on that of another for the NFC to work. NFC can be used to share pictures, musi, contacts and other files easily between two Continue reading

iMeme : Create Your Own Memes for Social Networks


Meme is an idea, behavior, style or thought that is passed from one person to another within a cultural society. Taking an example from the successful sitcom Seinfeld, people see Elaine’s boss Mr Pitt eating his Snickers bar with the help of a knife and a fork. Soon the idea spreads and many people in the city starts eating Snickers this way. In this case, eating of Snickers with knife and fork becomes a meme. Now in the internet age, people try Continue reading

Show Remote Content by Default in Thunderbird

Remote content in Mozilla Thunderbird

I use Mozilla Thunderbird as my default email client in Windows and Linux because it is both feature rich and security conscious. It uses many measures to protect you from spam and malicious email messages. For example, it disables displaying of the remote content by default so that email messages cannot open an external link. This prevents you from being the victim of drive-by-download malware infections (as soon as you open the message, malware is downloaded and you get infected). Continue reading

Droid4X : Run Android in Windows or Mac


Android is a very popular operating system for smart phones. The highly successful Samsung Galaxy smart phone series uses Android as its operating system. But Android is not limited to just smart phones and tablets, you can install Android on your notebook or desktop computer using the Android x86 project. Though Android x86 is very limited and does not really give the same Android experience as you would get on a smart phone. If you want to get the rich Android experience on your PC, then Continue reading

Set Live Video Wallpapers in Android

Android Live Video Wallpaper

A wallpaper image or the background image is something you look at the most of the time when using your Android smart phone. So it is only natural that you set it to something that is positive and  gives you good vibes all the day long. Normally, you can set only images as the Android screen wallpaper, but you can also set any video file as the background. There is a built-in video wallpaper in Android for this purpose, but it does Continue reading

MirrorOp : Control One Windows, Android, Mac or iOS Device from Another


We have published an article about how you can use VNC server/client combos to access your Android device’s screen on your Windows PC. But MirrorOp takes this a step further by providing the necessary software to mirror the screens of one Windows, Mac, Android or iOS device from another device. Not only you can access the screen of the devices, but you can actually control them either through the touchscreen or through the keyboard and mouse. Any device screen can be Continue reading

Fixing “NVRAM WARNING: Err=0x10″ in Android WiFi

Fix NVRAM WARNING: Err=0x10 in Android

Some of the Android smart phones running on Mediatek SoC (system on a chip) like MTK6582 or MTK6589 display an extra WiFi connection entry labeled “NVRAM WARNING: Err=0x10″. This is because of the misconfigured WiFi file inside the NVRAM folder of the Android system. You can easily fix this by modifying the WiFi file in your Android smart phone. After the fix, this entry no longer appears in the WiFi connection settings. Although removing this entry does not really improve the WiFi performance, but Continue reading

Fix Google Playstore “No Connection – Retry” Error in Android

Playstore Connection Error

Sometimes when you want to install an app from Google Playstore in Android, you encounter a very strange error – “No connection – Retry”. Usually this error means that your device is offline and is not connected to the internet either through WiFi, USB tethering, or through the 2G/3G/4G cellphone data connection. But when this error keeps showing up even when you are connected online, then it becomes very annoying. You can access various websites in the browser on your Android, but Google Playstore fails Continue reading

Manually Update Firefox Browser in Android

Manually Update Firefox for Android

As soon as the news that the Firefox version 36.0 has been released came out on various web sites, I checked for the latest version on my Android smart phone. But Google Playstore was still showing the older version 35.0.1 for Firefox. This could happen perhaps because Mozilla did not quickly update their browser on the Playstore or there was some delay in the distribution. In any case, I did not want to wait for another day to update the Firefox for Android Continue reading