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Whether your power button is broken or you just don’t want to press it constantly, there is a way to turn your Android smartphone or tablet on and off without using it.
Immersive Mode was one of the cooler features introduced in Android KitKat, but it was only introduced for certain apps. Now you can get Immersive Mode across all your apps!
Nowadays, everything seems to be smart – except our cars. This free ODB2 device and app change that.
Hangouts is a wonderful cross-platform messaging and video chat app, but this newest release straight from Google improves upon the app by offering Facebook-style “Chat Heads” on Chrome.
It’s now possible to run Android apps in the Chrome browser — it just takes a little bit of work.
Windows 8 is a gift for touchscreen users. But some people prefer non-touch devices. Which option is right for you? It depends on what exactly you’re looking for.
Some things take time to grow on you. The Windows 8 Start Screen is one of them. I bet you’ll appreciate it more after learning about these tips and tricks.
Installing Chrome on Windows 8 isn’t as simple as you might think. Let’s run through a few of the choices you have and issues you might run into while trying to install it.
Post-its on your desktop or Start Screen can be extremely helpful for remembering small but important amounts of information. Stop cluttering up your desk and go digital with these fantastic sticky note apps.
From agriculture to medicine to energy, advancements are being made every day. Learn a little bit about these 10 emerging technologies that could directly affect your life within the next few years.
Gaming conventions, which can range from tiny local get-togethers to massive national events like E3 or GenCon, are a unique opportunity for gamers. Read on to learn how you can stay in the know about all your gaming convention options.
While the battle between the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One rages on, a third competitor watches from the sidelines: the Wii U.
Rumors are swirling that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could have a retina or iris scanner built-in. Sounds like a science fiction movie, but these kinds of personalized locking mechanisms aren’t always perfect.
Disneyland is huge, and you’re most likely going to be walking all day. Make your life a little bit easier with these free apps.
Ah, the USB plug. It is as ubiquitous now as it is notorious for never being able to be plugged in right the first time.