Once you’ve set up an Apple TV with apps, you’ll find many require you to log in to use them. With a few tricks you can use a physical Bluetooth keyboard. More Reading:
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Microsoft has been successfully making ergonomic keyboards for 20 years, and the bold design of its latest generation comes as no surprise. Here’s a look.
Typing in multiple languages and special characters on standard keyboard is challenging. But Holdkey helps improve productivity by making it easier.
What’s this weird looking key on the right side of my keyboard for? It’s called the Menu or Context key and it can still be handy if the mouse breaks.
If you want to talk about useful hidden features in Microsoft Windows, this is one of them. This one little feature has saved me from Caps Lock annoyance dozens of times over the years in Windows.
It’s extremely annoying when you’re typing and accidentally hit the Caps Lock key without knowing it. Here’s how to make it alert you when it’s pressed. In Vista and Windows 7 Click Start >> Control Panel. Next, switch to Classic View and click Ease of Access Center. Scroll down under Explore All Settings, and click […]
Have you ever accidently mistyped a word while manually entering letters on your Swype keyboard? If so, then you’re like 99.9% of the rest of us that use it. When you manually spell out a word, it will be added to Swype’s dictionary. This is done so that the word can be “Swyped” in later. […]
Google has released the Gingerbread (version 2.3) update for Android, but who actually has it at this point besides Nexus phone users? While Gingerbread isn’t a huge OS upgrade over Froyo (versoin 2.2), the keyboard certainly is. The installation is an APK file and installs just like an app, so don’t worry, this keyboard doesn’t […]
Once again, Swype has opened their otherwise “exclusive” doors and for a short window you can pick up your copy of the Android software touch-slide-keyboard. If you haven’t tried Swype, you should. It is quite possibly the greatest thing to come to mobile phones since Android itself. Sure, there are some wannabe clones in the […]
It’s amazing to me how popular “texting” or Text Messaging has become over the last few years. Additionally, what’s even more amazing to me is the fact that a new language and possibly even a new culture appears to have spawned from this new technology! OMG, IMO it’s crzy LOL! 😉 As fantastic as […]
My last few articles focused on How-To Clear IE7 Browser History. I figured while I’m in a “Security” frame of mind, I would capture the same process for Mozilla Firefox. Like IE7, the process in Firefox is incredibly easy. Personally, since you can also automate the process and have Firefox clear the cached data automatically […]
Well…the home PC in the living room died last week. It was a SAD day in the GROOVY home. After a quick Service, I decided to try something NEW, so I picked up a new MacBook Pro from the local Apple store. After a quick setup, we got it rolling and wow! For a groovy […]