Google Reader is officially gone. You probably have switched to another RSS reader or quitted following RSS feeds. Let us know in the poll below – without Google Reader, which alternative service are you using?
One of the best social networking sites is Twitter. The only problem I have with it is that it just does so many things. While most know how to do the basics on Twitter, there exists some useful commands and keyboard shortcuts that make it even easier and better to use.
We’re very comfortable with our own Internet usage at work or at home that it’s easy to adopt those same rules on a public network. The following is a list of places to be sure to not take your Internet privacy for granted, as there is possible danger lurking and waiting.
If you follow the news, the headlines are telling us we should be concerned about NSA and our privacy on cell phones and the Internet. But is this something that is going to affect us? Should we also be concerned with the NSA and our privacy?
Smartphones have become many people’s favorite accessory. There’s no arguing their usefulness. We carry them on us at all times, but what about children? Do you think kids (under 12) should carry a smartphone?
Apple has been accused of losing the ability to be innovative. After the announcement during the Apple Keynoe at the WWDC, is the new iOS 7 innovative? Let us know what you think.
The Internet can sometimes be a frightening experience for adults, and that makes parents wonder if they should allow their kids’ to have access. Everyone has an opinion on this matter, and Make Tech Easier wants yours. Do you control what your kids do on the Internet?
Which do you think will win the drop test? the Galaxy S4 or the iPhone 5?
The Start Button in Windows 8 was eliminated, and while Windows 8.1 is promising to bring back the Start Button, what about the Start Menu?
Facebook Home, a launcher app, was made available to Android mobile devices. Read on to find out why it may never be available for iOS or Windows.
Reports are stating that the BlackBerry Z10 return rates are higher than its sales. BlackBerry is disputing the report. Who’s telling the truth?
A motorist was fined for checking the maps app in his phone. Should smartphone maps be disabled when driving? Should checking maps when driving be illegal at all?
With the onset of social networking, use of the old website forums has waned. A new startup, Moot, wants to put them to use again, but is it too late?
Apple’s iOS rolled out a feature last year called Do Not Disturb that allows you to set it up to prevent calls during certain times of the day. It might not stop there. Neuroscientist Ruggero Scorcioni debuted a new automatic do-not-disturb technology via a smartphone app at an AT&T event this week. Is this going to be helpful or intruding?
The first cell phone call was placed in 1973. How have these forty years of cell phones changed our lives?
We’ve all been in that position before. You’re in the middle of a call, and you’re put on hold. You only expect it to take a few seconds, but before you know it, you’ve been on hold forever, or at least it seems like it. With a smartphone in your hand, though, especially an iPhone, you shouldn’t ever be bored.
Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch their own service later this year. iRadio will be similar to what we already have, but will probably keep us on iTunes and not have us leaving it to listen to streaming music. How will it affect the ways we listen to music?
Later this year a new Google chat service will be introduced. More and more details are beginning to emerge about the service, but do we need more chatting?