Your personal information online isn’t as safe or as private as you may think. With a simple Google search anyone can find out more than you may like. Here’s how you can protect yourself.
Windows often has issues when it comes to standby and sleep mode management. If you’re looking to fix some common issues with standby, check out Stand-Bye.
In the past there have been security issues with Android. With Android N they’re trying to combat these issues from the start. Just how secure will it be? Let’s find out.
Did you know that your information could be leaked daily just by using your Android device? Here are some tips for protecting your privacy and security.
Need a new sound card? In this article we discuss the steps to take when buying a sound card as well as our advice on whether you really need one.
Having a smart home is cool, but it’s not all fun and games. There are some cons and downsides to having a smart home. Let’s go over them.
Turbo Download Manager is a download manager that’s available on basically every platform and browser. In this article we take a look at this multi-platform download manager from inbasic.
Opera’s gone through a lot of changes over the years. Is it really the fastest browser? How good is its built-in VPN? Let’s take another look at Opera.
There is an understanding that metadata collection isn’t as bad as full surveillance, but what is it and is collecting it harmful to your privacy? Let’s find out.
Looking to make informed buying decisions when looking at mobile phone specifications? This mobile hardware guide will help you do that.
If you want to avoid inbox clutter and spam from coming to your email, it’s a good idea to use a digest service like Throttle to keep your inbox clean.
Privacy policies are often lengthy and hard to understand, so the Usable Privacy Project created a tool that makes privacy policies easier to understand. Check it out.
You have probably heard of browser fingerprinting, but are not sure what it is. This article will explain what browser fingerprinting is and how to avoid it.
Facebook’s Parse backend service will be shutting down. In this article we go over recommended Facebook Parse alternatives and replacements and what you can do moving forward as an app developer.
Tagmmer is a web-based alternative to such services as Dropbox and Puu.sh. It’s also a powerful sharing application in its own right. Let’s check it out.
If you work on your computer for long hours, you probably deal with eye strain and disrupted sleep. Luckily, this can be helped by a few apps like F.lux
What if there was a way to access your Google Play Music library from your desktop? Luckily, there is! Meet the Google Play Music Desktop Player.
Social music apps are a primary example of how advancing technology has changed the landscape of enjoying and listening to music. Let’s discuss.
In this article we show you how to utilize your Xbox 360 controller to control your Windows PC with the help of Gopher360, an open-source application.
Did you know that Google Docs has its own add-ons? These Google Docs add-ons work regardless of what browser you’re using. Here’s how.
Did a toolbar magically appear in Firefox after installing a program or do you have a toolbar you want gone? This tutorial will show you how to remove them.
If you’re tired of encountering issues with Google Chrome on your machine, we’ll be discussing how to improve Chrome performance issues in this article.
With the release of Archelis, wearable chairs are starting to make a name for themselves. This article takes a look at the wearable chair and what difference it could make moving forward.
Looking for additional ways to improve the security of Google Chrome? Here are some ways you can secure Google Chrome for a safer browsing experience.
VR (virtual reality) is becoming even more popular. In this article we cover graphics technologies necessary and prominent first-gen VR headsets you’ll be seeing, as well as other items and peripherals you’ll need.
In this article Christopher Harper covers his most-anticipated game titles for 2016 and lets you know why you too should be looking out for these games.
Modding is the act of modifying hardware or software to either perform differently or do something differently than it was originally intended to do. In this article we talk about modding as it relates to tech.
If you’re using an adblock extension or addon in your browser of choice, you may not be utilizing all of its features. This article will show you how to get more out of your favorite adblocker.
Not everyone can figure out NoScript or Ghostery, though those are great browser extensions. So for this article we’ll show you the best security add-ons for Firefox that don’t intrude on your browsing experience.
Want to know how to make your computer more secure? This guide will show you how to enhance the security and privacy of your Windows 10 PC.
Emulation is making leaps and bounds recently. Let’s take a look at the progress made by the various emulators and why you should get excited.
Apple and patents are a fun subject to talk about. There are a lot of mixed opinions on it, but instead of firing off a debate, let’s just talk about what the future of tech from Apple is beginning to look like.
Heard of emulation but not exactly sure what it is? This article will explain to you what emulation is, the benefits, and the downsides to using it.
There have been many changes to the Microsoft Edge Web browser since it first arrived on the scene. Here’s why it’s now a solid browser worth another look.
Liquid cooling, also known as water cooling, is a CPU cooling technique that uses liquid. This article goes over the benefits and the downsides of using it in your computer.
As part of the console wars, console gamers have started to spread some misconceptions around PC gaming. This article is here to let you know the truth behind PC gaming’s common misconceptions.
PortablePicker is the perfect website for finding the right laptop or tablet for your needs. It browses devices from all different manufacturers and sellers and lets you filter them. Check it out.
Confused with Android phones and the way updates work? Wondering why some phones get updated regularly & others don’t? Let’s take a look at how it all works.
Computer building isn’t just a skill or profession; it also has a community of enthusiasts. Many people enjoy it. Here are some useful tips and tools for computer builders.
All work and no play can get a bit boring. Following up on our practical joke extensions article, here we’ll be sharing some tech-oriented parody videos that you’ll hopefully find amusing.
Purchasing a computer is often trying and expensive. Let’s look at the benefits of building your own rig vs. buying a prebuilt desktop.
The power supply unit is one of the most important computer components. In this article we discuss how to pick the best power supply for your needs.
There are multiple factors to take into consideration when buying RAM: type of RAM, RAM capacity, and RAM Frequency. If all of this is confusing to you, we’ll clarify it for you in this article.
The motherboard is the core of your PC, so when buying a motherboard you want to make the right choice. This guide will help you find the best one for your needs.
There’s no easy way to say it: a laptop shouldn’t be purchased for gaming. There’s a wide variety of reasons why you shouldn’t be buying gaming laptops; this article explains why.
The case you choose for your computer is quite important. There’s a multitude of factors to take into consideration when buying a case for your computer. Check them out in this article.
If you or a friend or family member are visiually impaired, or you just want a screen reader, here are some of the best screen readers to use.
Microsoft has recently published several Android apps in the Play Store. Are they any good? And is Microsoft aiming to take over Android? Let’s find out.
This past month Google made the news for seemingly bypassing adblockers on Chrome, leading to a discussion on both adblock and advertising on YouTube.
YouTube plans to launch a version without ads for a monthly subscription fee. For now we’re calling it ‘YouTube RED.’ Want to learn more about it? Read on!