The following are six ideas to get you started using Pinterest, ideas that go beyond pinning pictures of food and home decorating issues.
There are many different ways to keep your information safe, but do you feel secure with the method that you’ve chosen to select and store your passwords?
There’s more than one search engine to help you find the information you need. Which one is better? Is it Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo?
It can be difficult to find videos that you can share legally. The following are five websites to help you find Creative Commons videos.
Facebook has just acquired WhatsApp in a multi-billion dollar move. Is this a good move or bad move for users of the two services?
Do you have trust in paying through technology such as Square Stand or would you prefer to pay more conventionally through a standard credit card reader?
Theoretically, online reviews should help you make a better purchasing decision, but often, these reviews cannot be trusted. So do you trust online reviews?
Do Chromebooks have what it takes to somday replace the desktop PC? Let us know what you think.
There are so many different companies that offer cloud storage accounts. How many cloud storage accounts do you have?
When you’re in the market for a new smartphone, what are the main points of interest to you? Less us know in the poll what’s most important to you.
The iPad can do more than just allow you to view plain text. The following apps will help you organize your thoughts with visual notes on an iPad.
With the holiday season approaching quickly, what tech gifts will the recipients on your list be getting this holiday season?
Patent infringement lawsuits can amount to a huge waste of time and money in the courtroom. Should this so-called patent trolling be allowed?
In the years since shopping online began, has the popularity of shopping online now rendered the brick-and-mortar store irrelevant?
With gaming systems now entering the mobile market, is mobile gaming just as much fun or just not the same?
Sometimes, you download a free app only to find that it contains in-app purchases to unlock certain features. What is your thoughts on this?
We’re not using Yahoo! anymore as a search engine, and we’re not using Yahoo! mail anymore. Can Yahoo? make a comeback and rise from the dead?
Considering the Google Shared Endorsements policy, how do you feel about the new policy and what actions will you take?