Justin is a blogger, college student, tech nerd, soccer lover, and indie author of several young adult fantasy novels. Connect with him on his blog.
Feel free to contact at email@example.com
Justin's Latest Posts
With the built-in dictionary and Vocabulary Builder on your Paperwhite, reading in another language is as convenient as it will ever be.
Your old Xbox 360 doesn’t support WiFi or your network requires MAC address registration? This workaround lets you connect to Xbox Live using an Ethernet cable and a native Windows feature.
Instant Messaging app imo just announced they will end support for all third-party messaging networks on March 3rd. Users have until March 7th to retrieve their data, which imo.im has made easy.
Following enhancements to its music capabilities last week, YouTube has begun rolling out a redesigned user interface for its Web version that gives it a more mobile-friendly look and puts a heavier emphasis on playlists.
The Play Store, despite its massive selection of apps, isn’t always perfect.
Kickstarter revealed this Saturday that they had suffered a data breach on Wednesday that compromised significant amounts of user data. They are recommending that users change their passwords just to be safe.
Get your game on like it’s 1996!
Many people think that the Google Play Store is the only option Android users have for downloading apps, but there are actually quite a few quality alternatives out there.
The Xbox 360 SmartGlass app lets you type on your Xbox using the keyboard of your Windows 8 computer. Moreover, some games support second screen content, making this is a killer Windows 8 app for your 360.
Firefox Aurora, the pre-beta version of the popular Web browser, just saw a pretty significant update that should make it into the official builds of Firefox eventually, bringing Firefox accounts, improved syncing and more.
There are dangers to leaving your gaming window to change songs; Valve is looking to help you out with their latest update to SteamOS and Big Picture.
You should get your tabs under control. The Tab Killer Chrome extension moves all of those soon-to-be-watched videos and soon-to-be-read articles into a convenient drop down menu.
Ever wanted to build something out of LEGOs but avoid the danger of stepping on one of those foot-destroyers? Well, the Chrome team and LEGO Group have a treat for you: Build With Chrome.
If you’re on a Windows 8 device, there are better ways to surf Reddit than just through your Internet browser. ReddHub offers a wonderful free Reddit experience with a quality modern user interface.
Amazon currently offers 8 different models of Kindles, and with so many options, choosing one can be a tad confusing for the average consumer. What exactly differentiates these devices from each other?