Having navigation keys on-screen when playing games is great, but can definitely get in the way. Here’s how you can hide them on your Android device.
Here’s a look at using the utility called Rufus to create a bootable USB flash drive for Windows 10 which is actually much faster than Microsoft’s tool.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Technical Preview is an early look at the next desktop OS, and here’s a look at features that should make it to the final release.
Google+ has a loyal community as well as some neat features that it continuously adds to the social network. Here’s a look at age and location restrictions.
If you find yourself fiddling with your phone when you need to be working or studying, a handy Android app called Stay Focused might help you do just that.
Apple started allowing developers more freedom for their apps, most notably the Notification widgets. Currently Facebook and Twitter need to be added.
Microsoft launched feature for Bing it calls a “Lyrics experience” and it allows you to see full lyrics for a favorite song on the search results page.
Microsoft launched it’s early build of its next desktop operating system, Windows 10. This is a Technical Preview for enthusiasts, IT pros, and developers.
Sharing information from your Android phone just got easier with an app called LinkSwipe. It allows you to to take actions with different swiping gestures.
Microsoft held a one hour briefing today and surprised us all by announcing the name of the new OS. It’s not called Windows 9, instead it’s Windows 10.
Android devices set apps that you download from Google Play to display the icon on the home screen by default. Here’s how to stop that from happening.
Microsoft announced this week that it’s in the process of rolling out the new revamped MSN site as well as new rebranded and updated MSN apps.
Microsoft is scheduled to hold a one hour briefing tomorrow at 10am PT from San Francisco to show off the future of its desktop operating Windows 9.