This week Amazon unveiled its Roku and Apple TV streaming set-top-box competitor called the Fire TV. It includes a lot of power under the hood and can play games.
Without thinking about it, a lot of times we allow Facebook apps to have a lot of control over our information, including posting for us. Here’s how to stop it.
Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP on April 8th. Here’s an open post where we’d like to know your memories and thoughts about the 12 year old OS.
Sometimes when your whole Windows experience freezes up, before reaching for the power button in an act of rage, try restarting Windows Explorer first.
Microsoft recently made Laplink’s PCmover Express available for you to move your files, photos and other data on your XP to a modern version for free.
Cut the Rope 2, the sequel to one of the most annoyingly addictive games ever to come to a mobile device, is now available to download, and it’s free on Android (sorta).
Office on iPad has been requested for a long time, and the time is now. This week Microsoft unveiled that the popular office suite will now be available for iPad users.
When Google Music arrived you had to download the Music Manager program to upload you own songs to the service. Now the process is incredibly easy.
Would you like to know how many apps on the Android device you’re using? That is exactly what Frequency: App tracker does. Here’s a look.
Microsoft released Office 2013 SP1. The update includes several fixes and updates. Have you installed it yet?
Microsoft has fully integrated Outlook.com and its Skype service, providing full HD Skype video calls right from the webmail Outlook.com client. Here’s the details.
If you love Gmail as an email service but can’t stand the ads, I have a solution for ya. The Google Chrome add-on called Ad-blocker for Gmail removes ads from Gmail quickly and easily.
Twitter is something many of us have grown addicted to. However, no matter how many followers you have or as good at it as you think you are, it never hurts to learn some new tricks.