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When disasters occur, Google helps you get important details quickly.
Raise to Wake is one of the few features iPhone has that Android doesn’t. 🙁
Today’s Three Tips: Housefly Slayer, New Streaming Service for Classical Music, Father’s Day Deal on Smart Plugs from TP-Link
Today’s Three Tips: Chromecast Hotspot Change, Summer Tech Camps for Kids, New Kindle Travel Bundles
An app that has lots of features, is easy to use, and just works… Imagine!
PopSockets let you take selfies more easily, prop your phone or tablet up, and give you a more reliable grip when holding your mobile device.
Today’s Three Tips: Translating Outlook Emails, Red Nose Day Actually, Buying Smartphones from Groupon
Today’s Three Tips: Tile Trackers, Amazon Fire Tablets, Summer Safety (plus a bonus tip!)
Today’s Three Tips: Data-Free Fios Mobile App Streaming, MS-Word Footnotes and Endnotes, AmazonSmile Bonus Contribution
Today’s Three Tips: Windows Touch Keyboard, Tax Software Deal, Best Picture Film Festival
Today’s Three Tips: Gmail Search, Blue Light Reduction App, Streaming the Super Bowl
Learn about different options available to stream video to your TV using a hotspot-enabled cellphone.
Today’s Three Tips: Searching Web Pages, Mobile Notifications, New Christmas Story
Review and how-to for ExpressVPN, a service that lets you connect to their servers to mask your location and help protect your privacy.
Want an Android app that’s not available in the Amazon App Store? Learn how to (maybe) get it for your Fire tablet.
Amazon has released a lot of versions of their Fire tablet since it was first introduced in 2011. This post looks at the main differentiators to help you determine which model will work best for you.
Fire tablets provide a lot of great features at affordable prices, but there are some drawbacks to them that you should know about before deciding to buy one.
A how-to for taking screenshots of your Windows computer, iPhone, iPad, Android phone, or Kindle Fire tablet.
Display mirroring technologies let you send whatever appears on your small screen to your big screen.