Compost is a preference pane and daemon that allows per-user limits on the maximum size and age of trash contents.
It will incrementally purge files to meet those restrictions. Also included are a contextual menu plugin that allows immediate deletion and emptying of the trash on specific volumes, and a replacement for the stock trash Get Info window that actually provides useful information.
Look like a financial big-shot by keeping track of your stocks on the iPhone view it
If you're running out of space on your phone or if your phone is responding slowly, it's a good idea to take stock of your installed apps and get rid of any you don't use. view it
Near Field Communication, NFC, is among Android 2.3 Gingerbread's niftiest tricks... although it's not really being used at first. We also take a look at the Download app and offline map cacheing in Google Maps. view it
In this episode, we're going to take a look getting the SII setup with our Google and other accounts so we can begin using it right away. view it
In this episode, we'll be taking a look at some of the Android tweaks that Samsung has made with its TouchWiz interface. We'll also take a look at adding widgets and app shortcuts to our homescreens, including Samsung's own specialized apps and widgets. view it
Improved motion detection and new landscape modes in iPhone 3.0 firmware view it