The Google Photos iOS app doesn’t support Live Photo uploads. Here’s how to get your iPhone Live Photos into Google Photos, and why you totally should.
Author Archive | Jack Busch
But now that I’m a parent, the question arises: is it okay to post pictures of my own kid on the internet? Here’s a look at the debate and my opinion on it.
Emails marked as unread in Outlook signals to you and the sender that you haven’t gotten to it yet. Here’s how you can preview your emails without sending a read receipt.
Wait! Just because the plug for that universal adapter fits into your laptop or phone doesn’t mean it’s safe to use. Read this guide on finding the right charger or power adapter.
Here’s a valuable lesson about not letting your domain registrations lapse without winding down all the other associated services. Don’t let this happen.
Accidentally deleted your photos from an SD card? Best Buy’s Geek Squad will charge you $249 to undelete your photos. PhotoRec lets you do it for free.
Looking for a cloud storage solution that will save your videos and photos for over 100 years? Check out this new startup service called Forever.com.
One way to get all of your iPad/iPhone mobile web browsers to run a little bit better is to change the DNS server. Here’s how to set it up on iOS 7 Devices.
Choosing an alternate public DNS server can speed up your web browsing, but your mileage may vary. namebench tells you which one is fastest for you.
Worried that your smartphone is melting your brain? Then check out these apps that will help you think faster, eat healthier, and even sleep better!
Can’t sleep at night? Sleep experts say to put down the smartphone. I say you don’t have to. Read on to find out why.
Brace for impact: Facebook is reportedly going to roll out sponsored videos in your news feed. Here are a few ways you can lessen the pain and annoyance.
Buy a new car these days, and you’ll find an array of ports and audio/video interfaces at your disposal. Here are four groovy uses for them that you may not have thought of.
OpenDNS has long provided safer, more reliable web browsing via an alternate DNS server. DNSCrypt adds even more security by encrypting your DNS traffic to stop “DNS leaks.”