I got myself a new router. It’s faster, has some sweet parental controls, and looks like a spider when you turn it upside down. What’s not to love?
Hardware, Software and Online Services Reviews and Screenshot Tours
A picture is worth a thousand words—but most could use a little jazzing up. Artisto is yet another selfie app that brings filters and stickers to your mobile photos in an effort to inject a little fun into your photography. Best of all: it’s free.
WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is super fast, and it super works with practically any DVD. Yes, even Disney movies. I’m using it to rip all my DVDs to watch on my Apple TV and iPhone and upload to my media server. Read on to check out my review and screenshot tour.
From hard drive crashes to just plain user error, data loss happens. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional 10.8 lets you get your files back at a fraction of the price you’d pay the Geek Squad.
TechSmith Snagit is hands down the best application for taking and editing screenshots. Snagit 13 carries on that tradition, with a few interface changes and some new features.
WonderShare PDFelement is a speedy, lightweight, yet surprisingly powerful PDF editing application. I love it. Let me tell you why.
If you hate the bloated, restrictive environment of iTunes, then WinX MediaTrans is a speedy alternative that’s worth a try.
Kids break stuff. But that doesn’t mean you need to wrap their iPhone in bubble wrap. These affordable cases provide protection and style that’ll make you and your kid happy.
Last month Google launched its new video calling app, Duo. Today the company followed up that release with its messaging companion called Allo.
Newton introduces read receipts, email snooze, scheduled emails, and tons more for Gmail, Yahoo!, Exchange, iCloud, here’s our review.
After months of waiting, my Microsoft Account finally migrated to the new Outlook.com. Microsoft’s webmail service which is new and improved.
The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS version 10, is now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, iOS 10.
If you want a robust solution that can give a bird’s eye view of what’s happening across a network, then LiteManager might be the answer you’re looking for.
For the past few years, I’ve leveraged a powerful third-party disk partition manager called EaseUS Partition Manager. Let’s dig into the tool and review why I’ve come to depend on it so heavily over the years.