Video-on-demand services, including Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, have changed the industry. For less than $10 a month, you can watch all the movies you WANT! What's not to love? Well, how about the fact that you've just bought a beautiful new 4K HDR10 TV, and now you have to upgrade to Netflix Premium, almost doubling your subscription price? But the fact is that you DON'T need to. Have you heard of Blu-Rays?
If you're not a Google-using fitness buff, you may not have heard of Google Fit. They don't push it as part of the Android suite, unless you have a Wear OS (formerly Android Wear) smartwatch. It's been needing a little TLC lately, and Google have dished up the goodies to create a whole new experience. … Continue reading Google Fit Recieves Much Needed Upgrade
This week has been full of surprises, hasn't it? On Friday, This Week's Leaks came out, as did some surprise MacBook upgrades (which I'm sure John will tell you about soon). And now for a new surprise: Google Chrome has an interface upgrade! In this post, I test it to see what we're in for.
Cloud storage is awesome. New computer? Download the application and BOOM! But the problem is that they can't work in harmony. This may sound stupid; You can just use one cloud storage service. But what if you use iCloud because it works with your Apple Ecosystem, but your employer uses Dropbox, and on top of … Continue reading How to sync up iCloud, Google Drive, and Dropbox on Windows
Do you like programs to launch themselves when they open? Do you not have the great privilege of using a Mac? I just got Microsoft Office, and I need Outlook to open on startup, so I thought I'd show you guys how to do it.
Ever wished you could just hit Play and music would start playing without further intervention? There's an app for that. The app, called Stations is made by Spotify. What it is is a simple app that allows you to just pick a gere and and sit back, which makes it perfect for long exercise sessions … Continue reading How to Install Spotify’s New Stations App
Picture the scene. You come home from the Verizon store sporting a brand new Pixel 2. You take your old phone out your pocket, and are suddenly struck by a pang of guilt-ridden sadness. You thought you were immune to this moment. You were wrong. For an unexplained reason, Pandora starts playing sad piano music, … Continue reading 5 Ideas To Reuse Your Old Android Device
Recently, Twitter gave us a huge shock by doubling their 140 character limit to 280. And as we recover, another shock comes full-on: Official Tweetstorming support. In case you didn't know, Tweetstorming is a technique of breaking up one tweet over multiple tweets to do one of two things: Portion tweets into different bits (like … Continue reading Twitter Announces Official Support For Tweetstorms
In case this hasn't been clear previously, I love Android. The main reason I love it is because apps have loads of freedom to do whatever they want, and this makes it customisable. But that is about to change. The problem is the accessibility features. Google, like most people, want their phones to be usable … Continue reading Android Apps To Lose Functionality
Wanna tattle on those who nearly crash into your car when texting? There's an app for that. Texting and driving are a problem. Self-described "Internetainers" Rhett and Link made a very good video about the problem, involving two drivers (Rhett and Link) who distract themselves from driving, call themselves "Textperts" and repeatedly assure the viewer … Continue reading Tell On The Textperts With This New App