The Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere today. If you’re just getting started, here’s the right approach and how to take IoT to the next level.
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Android 6.0 Marshmallow features a new way to manage permissions for each of your apps specifically. Here’s a look at this improvement and how it works.
With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update just a few months away, making your device a mobile hotspot is easier than ever. Here’s how to do it.
In a recent update to the OneDrive sync client in Windows 10, you can access both business and personal accounts. Here’s how on PC, iOS, Mac, and Android.
If you’re using Slack in your organization or team and want to create a group chat, take a look at how easy it is to create a group chat in no time.
If you’re a OneDrive user, sync a lot of data, and on a slow or metered network connection, you can set limits to lower speeds to improve performance.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update, coming this summer, includes Ubuntu and Bash shell as an optional install. Here’s how to install and get started with it.
Mail Merge is one of the classic features of Microsoft Word used to produce mass documents containing unique information. Here’s how to use it.
Microsoft released the new Universal OneDrive app for Windows 10. It’s cleaner than the web UI but still doesn’t include placeholders like in Windows 8.
Microsoft’s Office Lens app lets you use your smartphone as a mobile scanner. Here’s how to use it to scan items and save them to other Microsoft services.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update, coming this summer, will allow you to put its digital assistant, Cortana, on the lock screen. Here’s a look at what to expect.
Instagram received an update for iOS last week and caused a storm of complaints online. Here a look at the update’s other features and what you can expect.
The Apple TV (4th gen) running tvOS has improved the experience of using the set-top box compared to the old models. Here are more ways to get more from it.
Staying in contact with friends and family via WhatsApp just got more convenient. The company recently released a desktop version for Windows and Mac.