Sending your child to college is stressful enough, and not considering the technology issues can make it a disaster. Here’s how to make it easy.
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Picturelife promised users they would never have to worry about losing their pictures again. Then, they lost all their users pictures. What would you do?
Google Spaces could be a Trojan horse that might become an alternative to what Facebook has become more of lately, a news feed aggregator.
Microsoft is pushing hard to get you to upgrade to Windows 10 before the July 29th deadline. It’s causing a lot of anger and dissatisfaction among PC users.
During a live weather report on the evening news, a meteorologist was blindsided by the Windows 10 nag screen blowing in from the west.
Using Apple Watch or a basic Fitbit, you’ll see a wide difference in the results. If you’re trying to lose weight or live better, accuracy isn’t important.
One of the most important investments you can make to protect your computer and home entertainment systems is purchasing an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS).
If you’re just using 1Password to manage your passwords, you’re missing out on its amazing power. Here’s how I use it to transform my digital life.
But now that I’m a parent, the question arises: is it okay to post pictures of my own kid on the internet? Here’s a look at the debate and my opinion on it.
When Windows 8 was released we called them Metro or Modern apps. Now with Windows 10 they’re Universal apps, so what does that mean anyway?
Until Plex came out for the Apple TV, the device didn’t have much value to me. Sure the screen savers were cool…Then Plex released an Apple TV app.
At the start of a new year, people make resolutions. One of which should include your computer. Here are important maintenance tips for successful computing.
Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana, was rolled out to Android and iPhone recently. We decided to try it out and compare it to using it on Windows 10.
Microsoft killed off its Windows Compatibility website, which was a great resource. Now, to find out if hardware or apps are compatible you need the Get Windows 10 app.