Starting July 7, Facebook will no longer keep photos synced to your private album. Facebook is providing a new app called Moments for them.
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We’ve been talking about the benefits and approaches of the Internet of Things (IoT). We’ve left the risks and problems as a separate topic.
Now that Game of Thrones and the popular Silicon Valley shows are done, you might want to cancel your HBO Now subscription. Here’s how.
Running out of space on your notebook with limited storage is annoying. The cool thing is you can make Windows 10 store large games or apps to an external drive.
If you are looking for an easy way to perform clean install in Windows 10, starting with the Anniversary Update, the Refresh Tool will help you do just that.
If you like to change wallpapers on your Windows system, you might not be aware that you can find Microsoft’s and swap them out. Here’s how.
A smiley face provides a quick shortcut to expressing a common emotion. In this article, we take a look at the emoji, the apps and places you can use them.
Aside from being used for photography retouching, in design, symmetry, and accurate measurements are vital for achieving perfect visual balance.
Recently my gaming mouse went bad on me, and making a new choice isn’t easy. So here’s 10 things to consider when looking for the best mouse.
So you finally upgraded to Windows 10, only to discover your installation is broken. Here are some suggestions to get you rolling and productive again.
Third Eye is an Android app that tries to solve a problem that has existed ever since screen lock itself has been available on phones – showing who tried to unlock their phone.
Instagram was recently updated and now, among other features, you can conveniently share your photos directly from any app from you iPhone or iPad.
The iPhone camera makes it easy to capture awesome panorama images. Here’s a look at sharing those brilliant photos in full fidelity on Facebook.
Memory errors can exist without any warning signs in Windows. Here’s how to help find errors with the built-in Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool.