Graphic design is big. From complex designs to minimal ones, it’s what helps encapsulate a company’s image. Canva is a web app to help you with it.
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Remember the Snipping Tool that was introduced in Vista and Windows 7? Well, now Microsoft introduces Snip, and it allows e-ink and voice annotations.
It may seem like something straight out of CSI, but Photoshop’s Shake Reduction feature is here and now. But does it really work as advertised?
PC gamers are also more than excited to welcome what Windows 10 has to offer for gamers. So for entertainment’s sake, let’s talk gaming on Windows 10.
If you go to the gym or exercise a lot, Apple’s stock EarPods slip out of your ear when you sweat, that’s why I picked up Soul Pulse earbuds.
When you’re thinking of extending your Mac (or PC) display to an iPad, you have a few choices in products. Let’s review Air Display and Duet Display and pick a winner.
When it comes to Photo and Image Editing / Manipulation, there really isn’t a better application that Adobe Photoshop. Photographers and Creative studios will agree it’s the premier photo editing application Period. Unfortunately, Photoshop also comes with a steep learning curve and a premium price tag which for must of us is overkill considering we […]
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.
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.
Having your data scattered among many cloud services can get annoying at times. MultCloud solves this problem by integrating them all in a central service
Logitech recently released it’s Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830 that is meant as a home entertainment companion. Here’s our review of the unit.
Need a converter app that’s smart and stylish at the same time? Take a look at our Flib for Android review and you might just find what you’re looking for.
If you have a limited data plan, and are paying outrageous costs if you go over, check out OperaMAX. It claims to give you up to 50% more data on your plan.
The Google Now Launcher, which offers the same experience Nexus 5 users get, is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a look at how it works.