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.
Today’s Three Tips: Facebook Shortcuts, Shopping List App, Reusable Hand Warmers
Today’s Three Tips: Facebook Notifications, Christmas Tree Recycling, Opening a Champagne Bottle
Here are a couple of settings you can use to reduce the chance of being reminded of things you’d rather not be reminded of.
A look at the main pros and cons of Twitter and Hootsuite for working with Twitter on computers and mobile devices.
Having trouble making sense of your email in iOS 10? There’s a fix for that!
You may not have full control of your news feed, but there are a few options to increase your odds of seeing posts from your favorite Facebook Pages.
It’s *possible* I’m the only one who couldn’t figure this out… But I doubt it. 🙂
This one small change can remove an enormous source of frustration.
Finally, one of the most missed features of Classic Google Maps has been brought back—more or less.
Learn how to choose which programs you want to use with different kinds of files, instead of the ones Microsoft wants you to use.
It’s hard to overstate how annoying this problem is, but fortunately it’s a pretty easy fix.
With technology, it’s funny how often you think, "You should be able to…" only to find out you can!
You always find things when you’re not looking for them.
The Repost for Instagram app no longer shows you your Instagram image feed but it turns out that actually makes reposting images a little easier.
The best part of these changes is that it will free up some characters from the 140 limit. But there’s so much more they still need to fix.
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.
Here are three simple fixes that would make the service a much better experience for both new and long-time users.
The best alternative to the Classic Google Maps is back… kind of.
If, like me, you spend more time on your PC than on your phone or tablet, you can still share content on Instagram.