Smart watches are just watches. But if you’re into watches, and gadgets, here are 4 reasons why now might be the time to consider getting a smart watch.
Articles by Bertel King, Jr.
You got a new phone with a more powerful camera than last year’s model. Here are 10 ways to make good use of the smartphone camera, other than taking selfie.
Looking for something different than the traditional keyboard on your Android phone? Here a few quirky Android keyboards for you.
In addition to making phone calls, a smartphone can also be used to control your home. Here are multiple ways to automate your home using your phone.
You can easily search for the weather condition online, but it will be quicker to have your Android’s wallpaper changes according to the weather condition.
For those who want to keep track of every step you take, here are four Android pedometer apps you can install to turn your phone into a pedometer.
The newly released Quickoffice comes with features similar to Google Drive. So what are the differences between them and which one shoud you use?
Do you often receive the low space notification on your Android phone, what do you do then? Thankfully, the DiskUsage app makes it easy to see precisely what is taking up your Android storage space.
Google released the new Chrome packaged apps that can run as a native desktop app. Here are ten useful Chrome apps that are worth checking out.
With people now owning more devices and getting access to faster internet connections, relying on free, online alternatives to tradition software just makes sense. Here are five great online image editors that should work on any modern computer with a web browser.
If you are interested in the Chromecast capability, but not the hardware, here is how you can turn your Android device into a Chromecast.
Google did not advertise the Chromecast to be able to stream local files from your PC, but that doesn’t mean it can’t do it. Here is a guide to stream local media to Chromecast.
There are quite a few features that can be enabled in the experimental section of Chrome OS. Want to change which side of the screen your launcher is on? Wish your touchpad supported more gestures? Read on to find out about five great features Chrome OS already supports that are buried away under its settings.
Your computer came with a clock that is functional enough, but there are so many more ways you could have your computer tell you the time. The Chrome Web Store is filled with various clock apps and extensions. Here are 15 options that might just add an extra bit of excitement to how you check what time it is.
Google Chromecast is a $35 affordable media streamer that you plug into your TV or monitor and stream YouTube, Netflix, and Google Play content from your computer. What sets Chromecast apart is that these uses are just the beginning. Here are six areas where a Chromecast could excel where others offerings have not.
If the default Android photo gallery app on your phone just doesn’t organize pictures the way you wish it would, here are five alternatives that may arrange those priceless images precisely how you want them.
Many of the latest Android phones have done away with Micro SD card slots. These phones are great, but when they’re low on space, users have to either start deleting files or move data into the cloud. Here are five reasons why you should still be using an Android phone with Micro SD card support, rather than giving it up altogether.
As technology evolves, people now expect to read news on their smartphones rather than on plain newspaper. Here are 6 ways to read news on Android devices.
Have you ever wished your smartphone would start playing music whenever you get home? How about turning off social networks when you’re in the car? Automagic presents users with a very simple way to automate their Android phone with the use of easy-to-understand flowcharts.
Mobile privacy is almost non-existent. Telecommunications providers know when we place a call, the number we dial, and how long the conversation lasts. If this makes you uncomfortable, here are 5 changes you can make to reduce how much your phone carrier knows about you.