Beginner Tips and Tricks for Android – Part 2

If you have not yet checked out Beginner Tips and Tricks for Android – Part 1 we suggest you read it prior to reading this article. Let us continue on setting up your Android devices by learning more about the different keys and buttons there are. Sleep Mode Android devices all have a on/off button […]

Click here to read the full post

Beginner Tips and Tricks for Android – Part 1

Whether you are a first time smart phone user, upgrading from an older device or switching to Android from an iPhone; you will most likely experience a learning curve with your new device. Currently over 50% of all smartphones around the world are Android devices, knowing that you would probably assume there are some pretty […]

Click here to read the full post

LG G3 One-Handed Operation Mode

The new LG G3 flagship android smart phone has brought many new features to the smart phone market. Not only does this android phone have amazing specs but with it brought a lot of new features that are new to the Android experience. One of the most noticeable specs of the phone is the large […]

Click here to read the full post

Top Free Virtual Desktop Programs for Windows

It is not anything out of the ordinary if a Windows computer is starting to slow down or lag a bit when there are many applications open on it. One of the best and most efficient ways to help Windows perform better and get it better organized is using a virtual desktop program. A virtual […]

Click here to read the full post

How to Translate Text Using an Android Camera

It can be frustrating when attempting to manually translate text from a picture taken with your Android phone. Having to decipher the words and manually type out small words from your smart phone screen can be very difficult in addition to time-consuming. There is a very easy way though to translate the words with your […]

Click here to read the full post

OS X – Open a New Window for Folders Instead of a Tab

With the arrival of Mac OS X Mavericks, we were lucky enough to have a plethora of new features, some amazing and others not so great. But one of the best new features that it offered was tabbed window support, which made it so when you opened a new Finder it would launch as a […]

Click here to read the full post

5 Awesome iPhone Music Apps That Are Not Well Known

With so many different music apps currently available on the App Store it can be really confusing trying to understand the difference between all of them in addition to choosing which one best fits your preferences. Amazingly enough though most of the music applications in the App Store do different things from creating music, different […]

Click here to read the full post

Cool Hidden Mac OS Tricks for the Everyday User

If you are a Mac lover and a diehard fan then it is time to dig in and learn some cool features and tricks about the operating systems. There are so many hidden tricks to learn about they you probably have no clue about. Some tricks help you customize your Mac experience visually and other […]

Click here to read the full post

How to Record/Capture Your Screen on a Mac OS X for Free

Many people assume that you need a robust and expensive piece of software in order to record your Mac screen and to create a professional screencast. Although there are many expensive, robust and dynamic screen recording software’s available such as Camtasia, Movavi and Screenflick; there is also one very popular yet hidden software you can […]

Click here to read the full post

3 Ways To Receive Gmail Notifications On Your Mac OS X

With there being so many new ways to communicate with each other, such as Twitter and Facebook, you may quickly forget how email is still the top dominant way to communicate online. Most of use primarily use Gmail for out free email hosting because of the friendly user interface in addition to how it has […]

Click here to read the full post