Whether you spend $400 or $4,000 on a new TV (or video projector), it is a sure bet that your new display will need some adjustment. When you walk into a store, browsing TVs is a dazzling experience — every display pops with bright colors, attracting shoppers like bees to wildflowers.
We can’t imagine our everyday life without smartphones that have different apps that can easily turn into universal gadgets. Most people are accustomed to using only certain functions on their phones and end up ignoring the vast possibilities that they have right at their fingertips.
Keeping some music offline is critical, because networks fail, Wi-Fi gets spotty, and we all get trapped in a car for hours on end at some point, with only our offline music to save us.
The temperature in much of the U.S. has officially surpassed the surface of the Sun, which means it’s too hot to do anything but shut off the lights and blast the AC while you try to cool off. So while you hang out in your undies with your head stuffed in your freezer, why not take the opportunity to spruce up some of the most used gadgets?
Looking for best video apps for your iPhone? You have come to the right place! These are our favorite free iPhone apps for quickly editing videos, GIFs and Live Photos, and for creating stop-motion animation.
Everyone has a phone on them, which means lucky for you, everyone is susceptible to a classic text message prank.
One of the best things about using Google on your smartphone is the voice commands. Using just your voice you can get your device to do all sorts of things on your behalf. It’s fast, convenient, and still feels a bit like the future.
Roughly 77 percent of Americans use a smartphone, according to a Pew survey, but phones still hide secrets that most people might not know about. Most smartphones have hidden functions that you can access by punching in specific strings of numbers and symbols.
Mark Zuckerberg has now clarified his recent statements on holocaust deniers on Facebook. He said he finds the idea of Holocaust denial deeply offensi...