If, like me, you spend more time on your PC than on your phone or tablet, you can still share content on Instagram.
A comparison of features between the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and Google Chromecast, including price, supported content providers, and more.
Learn how to choose which programs you want to use with different kinds of files, instead of the ones Microsoft wants you to use.
Product review and how-to for systems that let you get cable/satellite programming on additional TV sets even if there are no outlets nearby.
Facebook thinks they know what posts you want to see better than you do. If you disagree, here are some options that can help you out.
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Product review and how-to for the Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra streaming media players.
You’ve probably seen these short URLs all over the web, but did you know you can create and take advantage of them yourself… for free?
If your Internet plan has a monthly data cap, make sure you know how much you’ll be using up when streaming content from the web.
Display mirroring technologies let you send whatever appears on your small screen to your big screen.
Whether you need separate streaming media players for multiple TVs depends on how you want to use them.
If you have trouble connecting to your wireless network in certain areas of your home or office, here are a few solutions that have worked for me.
Step-by-step instructions for using section breaks so you can have different headers on different pages of your Microsoft Word document.
Replacing standard HTML list bullets with images can be a great way to tie them into your site’s overall theme and make pages more visually appealing.
Still have questions about how a streaming media player like the Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV or Google Chromecast works? Find answers here!
Learn how to change your email inbox to list messages in the order they come in.
Learn what this ubiquitous symbol means and how to make the most of it in your tweets.
While there are several ways to do this, purchasing an individual InMail is often the best option—and the most difficult to find.