Android devices are everywhere and if you own one, why not use it to remote control your computer? Google offers its own app for remote PC control via Chrome.
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Amazon’s Fire TV is straight-forward to hook up and start using out of the box. But there’s more you can do. Here’s a look at some of the other features.
The Heartbleed bug has turned into a serious situation on the Internet. While websites fix their end, here’s some important security steps you can take.
Microsoft released the Windows Phone 8.1 update for developers. If you don’t want to wait and get it right now, here’s how get it and future updates early.
If you’re a Vine user, there’s good news. The Twitter-owned service is now offering private messaging. It turns the service into a video messaging service, making it more useful for you.
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.
If you’ve seen cool pictures or videos on Instagram or the other supported services, and want to save them, EasyDownloader is a must have app.
The Parallax feature in iOS 7 is something some users would like to see gone because they find it annoying or makes them sick. Here’s how to turn it off.
This week Apple released updates across the board for all of its mobile devices and Apple TV. iOS 7.1 brings a few new features and a lot of security patches.
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.
This week, Max Axe is Apple’s Free App of the Week. Read on for all the details and the download link.
Google Now for Android phones has included a new capability – you will now be able to tell your phone to call or text your loved ones. Here’s how to use it.
One of the most basic security features of any mobile device is enabling the lock screen, and this is how to do it on Amazon’s latest Kindle Fire HDX.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX doesn’t include a default device vanity signature for email. Here’s how to set up a different signature for each email account.