There isn’t anyone who uses the Internet regularly who hasn’t been bothered by ads. No one wants to go through the extra steps of adblocking, but is it a necessary evil?
Wireless charging is something many people strive for but not everyone takes part in. Is wireless charging a part of your life?
Something that at one point was a pipe dream is turning into a reality. We’re talking about driverless cars. Would you travel in a driverless car?
Choosing a mobile phone, we also get to choose a mobile OS, but you don’t get a choice of both. Would you switch OS in order to get a different mobile phone?
Using social media is quickly becoming the way many people choose to communicate. Do social networks really make you more social?
Programming used to be a thing for the geek, but now everyone seem to be doing so. What about you? Are you interested in picking up programming skills?
Everyone spends a lot of time using their browser, but not all are happy with the default font. Do you change the default font in your browser?
No matter what operating system you use, it will need to be updated at some point. How often do you update your OS?
In today’s world, monitors come in all different sizes to accommodate our different devices. How big is your monitor?
Every year a new technology trend becomes “the big thing” upon its release. What about 2015? What new technology would like to see become mainstream this year
There are many ways to protect yourself online. Is it a concern of yours? Do you take added steps to protect yourself?
Google now offers a cheaper way to virtual reality with Cardboard. Will you get Cardboard to experience virtual reality?
Google is no longer the only horse in town with several other search engine options available. Is Google still the best search engine out there?
It’s the holiday season, meaning it’s time to write up your wish list. What tech gifts are on your holiday wish list this year?
With the release of the Windows 10 technical preview, it’s received both good and bad reviews. Is it helping Microsoft regain public confidence?
Recently we published an article about the social network Tsu paying its users to post. Should social networks pay you to use their service?
Where do you go for help with your technology questions? Do you go through a more traditional means or do you take advantage of more recent options?
One of the latest mobile services is to pay for things using your mobile phone. Do you use your smartphone as a mobile payment system?