By now, you’ve probably heard about Instagram’s newest app, Hyperlapse, from raving iPhone owners. But Android already has free time lapse apps.
If you like to dig into your Windows system’s settings, you’re probably going into Control Panel a lot. Here’s how to pin it to the taskbar for easy access.
Chrome is one of the best alternative browsers out there, in the U.S. anyway, and what you might not know is it can be even better with these power tips.
Windows users know about the built-in Windows tools prominently displayed in the OS, but there’s a ton of tools under the hood you might not be aware of.
Android’s major advantage over iOS and Windows Phone is the open file system. To use it to it’s full potential, however, you should try one of these apps.
Resetting a Kindle Fire HDX is easy and something you’ll want to do if selling or regifting it. The new generation of Fire’s also allow remote resets.
Firefox and Chrome users can set their bookmarks on the bookmarks bar to display only the website icon and no text. This gives you room for more sites.
If you’re and Android user, you might not need Wi-Fi on your phone on and looking for a connection, it drains battery life. WiFi Scheduler helps solve that.
Say what you want about Windows 8′s Modern interface, there’s some powerful features under the hood accessed from the desktop like the new Task Manager.
Google this week announced the availability of a stable release of Chrome, which is available in a 64-bit version for both Windows 8 and Windows 7 users.
Windows users are familiar with the Run command box since the days of Windows 95. You can pin it to the Taskbar if you don’t like using the hotkey combo.
Nokia recently released it’s Lumia 635 Windows Phone which comes with Windows Phone 8.1 preinstalled as well as Nokia’s latest firmware version Lumia Cyan.
WeTransfer is a great service for transferring large files between computers easily, and now there’s a mobile version for Android. Here’s how it works.