Pically is a free Java-based program that you can use to create and print your own photo calendar.
Most Android apps require permissions to work properly. If an app wants to send SMS, look up the your current location or write to the system, it needs to request the proper permissions to do just that.
The Windows Registry is one of the cores of the Windows operating system. It is therefore only natural that you can tweak a lot of settings in the Registry that you can't using the control panel or other interfaces that Windows makes available.
Google has integrated experimental features in different ways into the Chrome browser. Some can only be enabled if you start the browser with a startup parameter, others are enabled randomly to A-B test certain features before they become live for all users, and a third type is accessible on the browser's experimental features page.
When you search for weather on Google Play you come up with thousands of results. Most apps you find here show you the current and forecast temperature, and maybe some other information such as wind strength or precipitation.
The last two months have been rather uneventful when it comes to Opera Software news. It seems as if the company has gone quiet shortly after it announced its move to Webkit, and later on to the Blink fork together with Google Inc.
Yahoo announced a major overhaul of its photo hosting and sharing community Flickr yesterday. You have probably read about it on every other tech blog by now.
When it comes to Firefox's add-on bar, you can either display it or not, but that is about it. It is not as useful anymore as the old status bar that it replaced, unless you install add-ons in Firefox that add the missing functionality back to it.
The only element that is currently displayed in Firefox's Title Bar is the one-button menu. While it won't be there for much longer, I always felt that displaying only the menu button there was a colossal waste of space.
Passwords that you enter in the Google Chrome web browser, or in any other browser for that matter, are always hidden behind asterisks.