With Alexa Guard, Amazon has found a new way for Alexa to watch over and help you protect your home. Find out how it works and whether it is useful to you.
The latest release of the Google Chrome browser features some changes to the user interface. Here’s how you can customize Chrome’s new tab page without using extensions.
The Android Facebook app comes with its own in-app browser for viewing links. This shows how to force Facebook to use an external browser to browse content.
Are you having trouble accessing the Internet? Learn how you can get Windows 10 to create a WLAN report to diagnose your Internet connection issues.
What3Words is a new addressing system for precise positioning. Learn what What3Words is and how you can use it to provide your exact location to others.
Your Facebook account contains a lot of information that hackers like to get their hands on. Learn how to protect your Facebook account with these steps.
Keeping tabs on your followers and those you follow is necessary for cutting the noise. Here are some useful tools to help you unfollow non-followers on Twitter
A Calendar app is useful to help us organize and better manage our schedules. Here are some of the best calendar apps you can use on both mobile and desktop.
Did you install a lot of apps on your phone and have no more storage space left? Learn how you can batch uninstall apps on your Android and regain the storage space.
Google has added a “Time watched” option to its YouTube app. This article shows how to use the YouTube digital well-being tool to monitor your screen time.
When you want to upload or share your images online, it is best to compress them first. These are some of the ways to compress images without losing quality.
It can be frustrating when a document gets “stuck” in the printer queue and jams everything up. Let’s look at how to clear the printer queue in Window 10.
It is entirely possible to change your Android phone into a collaboration center that fits in your pocket.
Have you ever wanted to change the fonts on a Wordpress website? It can be challenging when the font you want doesn’t come with your theme. Here is how you can do so.
To create boomerang videos on your Android phone, you will need a specific video editing app.
The new Dropbox add-on for Gmail gives you the ability to access Dropbox from your Gmail account. You can now save your files directly to Dropbox from the Inbox.
Do you find yourself unlocking your phone countless times each day? Smart Lock for Android lets you choose situations where your phone stays unlocked.
Saying “Okay, Google” to Google Home again and again can get tedious and annoying. The new Continued Conversation option can save you some trouble.
If you are really worried about the security of your Gmail account, Google has created an easy-to-use Security Checkup tool for you to check your account.
Planning for effective social media usage is where the use of social media analytics comes in. Here are some useful tools to track your social media efforts.
After Apple switched to navigation gestures on iPhone X, it is not surprising to see Android following suit. Here are some of the best navigation gesture apps for Android.
When running Wine on Android, the missing keyboard is probably one of the most deterring.
Google recently released a Google Podcasts app. It is simple and minimal. if you are interested in trying it out for size, these are some hints for how to use it.
A new Wine Project has rolled out which is compatible with your Android devices. Learn how you can run Windows apps on your Android device now with Wine.
If you have an old Android device and a speaker to connect to it, you can set up your own Google Home without spending over $100.
Most mobile browsers come with an option to browse privately. Samsung Internet browser goes a step further to secure private browsing with a password option.
When you see the “SD card is damaged. Try reformatting it.” message, all is not lost yet. You could still retrieve your data.
The potential of the Chromecast is growing every day with the addition of new Chromecast enabled apps. Creating a TV dashboard is only one of them.
Chromecast can use up to 15GB per month of data even when it’s sitting idle.
If you don’t want YouTube using your past viewing and search histories to generate recommendations, learn how to clear your YouTube history.
If you have a Raspberry Pi, did you know that you can build your own Amazon Echo on it? Here’s how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an Amazon Echo.
With the latest update in gboard, you can now create your own animated GIFs without using other apps. You can even use your own face! Check it out here.
Microsoft’s recent mobile apps for Android and iOS allow you to easily sync your work progress between your PC and your phone without losing data or formatting. Here’s how it works.
If you are using Amazon Echo, you can set Alexa to be the default assistant on your Android phone, too. Here’s how to do it.
Do you use Google Chrome to save your passwords, and are you looking to switch to a password manager? Here’s how you can download passwords in Google Chrome.
Gmail has a way to add colored tags to your incoming email, so you know right away what needs to happen with those messages. Let’s take a look at how you can color code Gmail.
Hewlett-Packard has recently added voice control to their web-connected printers. If you have an Alexa-supported device, this shows how you can get Alexa to print to your HP printer.
Pokemon GO stickers were just two-dimensional virtual stickers, but today augmented reality has 3D capability. This article details all you need to know about augmented reality, ARCore and ARKit in mobile.
The new browser, Opera Touch, adds some new features to simplify some basic browsing tasks and might attract your attention. Find out how you can get the most from Opera Touch.
Google began the Android One program to offer “high-quality” smartphones at a low cost. Here’s all you need to know about the Android program.
If you suspect your computer has malware or a security issue, these are some useful ways to see all of the connections it is making, including those unauthorized connections that can harm your computer.
Android comes with a built-in “Do Not Disturb” mode. This article will show how you can make use of it to maintain phone silence when you need it.
In this article we discuss the difference between cloud storage, cloud backup and cloud sync, their pros and cons and which one is for you.
The Google Reply app is bringing AI and automation to everyday messaging. Let’s see how it works to help you improve your productivity.
If you are afraid to lose the pictures and other memories Facebook stores for you, here are a few ways you can download Facebook photos and store them in a safe place.
You don’t have to upgrade to Android Oreo to enjoy some of its best features. Action launcher allows you to get some of the best features of Android Oreo without getting a new phone.
If you have an old tablet or two lying around the house not being used, there are many ways to repurpose old tablets for specific uses. Check them out!
Android Oreo has changed the way to sideload apps to your phone. Here is how you can sideload apps in Android Oreo.
LastPass makes it easy for you to create different passwords for each account while only having to remember one master password. Here we’ll show you how to set up LastPass on your computer.
Learn about the various Bluetooth codec: SBC, AptX, AptX HD and LDAC and how they are different from each other.