Today’s Three Tips: Multiple Account Pin Sharing, Outlook Search App, Deal on Tile Trackers
PlayOn software lets you stream and record virtually any video available online.
A guide to help you find products and services recommended by T4L, with some money-saving tips thrown in for good measure!
Tired of only being able to plug 3 devices into your 6-outlet power strip? Short extension cords to the rescue!
You always find things when you’re not looking for them.
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.
Amazon’s voice-activated software works with a variety of devices to make them easier to use and provide additional capabilities.
If you speak English, but your Fire TV doesn’t, here’s how to fix it.
Product review and how-to for Amazon’s family of Alexa-enabled Bluetooth speakers.
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.
A comparison of features between the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and Google Chromecast, including price, supported content providers, and more.
Product review and how-to for the Apple TV streaming media player.
Product review and how-to for the Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra streaming media players.
Product review and how-to for the Roku box and stick streaming media players.
These whozits and whatchamacallits have added new life to some old (and some VERY old) friends.
Extended warranties are generally considered a bad deal, but this one worked out for me BIG TIME.
Sling TV offers an alternative to traditional cable and satellite TV service with live streaming of several networks, including ESPN, for just $20/month.
Display mirroring technologies let you send whatever appears on your small screen to your big screen.