Joel Lee is a writer from Philadelphia and the Tech Explained editor. In his free time he dabbles in fiction, photography, and game development.
If you have low self-esteem, you aren’t alone. But if your case of low self-esteem is mild, you may be able to manage it using a handful of quick tricks and tips.
Skype can be troublesome when you’re on Linux and doubly so if you want to use Skype for Web to make calls — in which case you should use this workaround.
Your wallpaper is the face of your phone, so it better be good.
You need a desktop email client to handle your incoming mail? We show you the best desktop email clients you can get for free.
You’ve seen all of the popular videos on YouTube, but what about the ones that are weird and mundane and have close to zero views?
How would you program a self-driving car to react when an accident is imminent and all choices lead to someone’s death?
If you want to create a new presence across social media sites, this tool will help you find a username that you can use on all of them!
Getting a chargeback on your credit card or PayPal account can get your money back after a bad transaction — but do you know how to do it? Or what the requirements are? Here’s everything you need to know.
Every media site has a political bias, but sometimes it isn’t easy to see just how biased they are. This database tracks and analyzes them for your convenience.
The best way to extract text from an image is to use optical character recognition (OCR). We show you seven free OCR tools for the job.
LibreOffice needs a few tweaks right out of the box, including the fact that its text rendering is pretty ugly until you change one of its settings.
If you’re trying to learn guitar, these Android apps will be super useful.