How to Use the Galaxy Note 4 as a Remote Control

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The powerful Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is packed full of impressive features and sensors. From a fingerprint scanner, heart rate monitor, UV sensor, and stylus, to even an Infrared blaster to act as a remote control. Just like the Galaxy S5 last year, and a few phones from LG, the Galaxy Note 4 can act […]

How to Close Apps on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is one of the fastest and most powerful smartphones available today, and as a result users will end up multi-tasking and opening a wide array of apps, or using the S-Pen stylus for tons of content consumption and creation. With 3GB of RAM and plenty of processing power you can run […]

iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks: Best Flux Settings

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Medical experts all agree that using your gadgets at night before bed is messing with your sleep, but an iOS 8 Cydia tweak can change that around. Anne-Marie Chang of Brigham and Women’s Hospital says that the body’s natural circadian rhythms can be interrupted by what’s called “short-wavelength enriched light,” which is a fancy term […]

How to Listen to March Madness Live Anywhere, Anytime

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The 2015 March Madness season is underway, and if you want to listen to March Madness live from anywhere. With the right app you can listen to every March Madness game live on your iPhone, iPad or Android and you don’t need to pay a dime to do it. You can also listen online if you […]

iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks: How to Hide App Icons

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If you have a jailbroken iPhone or iPad and are wanting to hide some your unused app icons on your home screen, here are some iOS 8 Cydia tweaks that allow you to do that. There are many tricks you can pull on your iOS device when its jailbroken, thanks to the almost endless supply […]

How to Disable Nexus 6 Automatic App Updates

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When it comes to using a smartphone like the impressively big Nexus 6 that’s loaded with tons of features, options, and more, sometimes it can get a bit confusing. One thing we constantly get questions about are apps automatically updating, so here we’ll explain how to disable that and stop it from happening on your […]

How to Watch March Madness Live on iPad & Follow Your Team

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The NCAA tournament starts this week and college basketball fans will want to watch March Madness during the work day or any time their favorite team’s playing, especially while away from home. Apple iPad owners can use their iPad to watch the games lives or follow them with in-game scores or play-by-play and post-game highlights. The iPad also […]

20 Free Mac Apps Every User Needs

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Whether you just bought your first Mac or are just looking for some great apps to have in your arsenal, here are 20 free Mac apps that you should consider downloading and installing. When you get a Mac for the first time, one of the things that you’ll probably do right away (after setting it […]

How to Watch March Madness Live on Android

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One of the craziest few weeks in all of sports is finally here. Of course we’re talking about March Madness. And just because you’ve cut the cord and don’t have cable, or are simply out and about or working, doesn’t mean you have to miss any of the action. If you want to watch March […]

Best NCAA Brackets to Print, for iPhone & Android (2015)

Here are the best 2015 NCAA brackets to print, fill out online or use on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Amazon Fire or computer.

If you need the best NCAA Brackets to prepare for the 2015 March Madness tip-off, you’re in the right place. The 2015 NCAA Brackets are finally official and with it the start of an incredibly busy and exciting month of college basketball. We’ll show you the best NCAA brackets to print, the best apps to get […]

31 Facebook Tips & Tricks

All the Facebook tips and tricks you need to get more out of Facebook.

Use these amazing Facebook tips and tricks to get more out of Facebook. We’ll show you how to enjoy using Facebook again on your computer, iPhone, iPad and Android. Master Facebook privacy settings so you only share photos with people you want, build a better Facebook news feed, secure your Facebook account and take control […]

5 Great Fitness Apps for Android

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These days there are a million apps on the Google Play Store. Games, social networks, memes, fun apps, videos and more that keep you busy sitting on the couch. On the flip-side, there are also thousands of fitness apps to keep you healthy and in shape. Rather than be a couch potato, use some of […]

20 Exciting Apple Watch Apps

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Apple provided more details about the Apple Watch earlier this week during its event, uncovering battery life, connectivity, and price ranges for each of the different models. They also showed off many of the apps that will come to the Apple Watch when it launches on April 24. Here are some of the best ones. […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Notification Bar Icons Explained

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Now that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been available for more than a few months and is owned by millions and millions of happy customers, we’re getting a lot of questions about the device. It has loads of options, features, settings and more, and often-times those end up filling the top of your device, […]

5 Dungeon Hunter 5 Tips

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As we discussed in our review of Dungeon Hunter 5 earlier this week, it’s very rare that a video game meant for the iPhone is able to balance all the things it needs to deliver. Often times iPhone and iPad games have great graphics and nice design, but don’t offer a lot in the way […]

Cortana Coming to iPhone & Android Could Change Everything

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Cortana, the personal assistant built into Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system, is coming to Apple’s iPhone and devices running Google’s Android operating system, according to a new report. If it happens, it could change the smartphone landscape forever. In the report, Reuters doesn’t mince any words about the future of Microsoft’s personal assistant. According to […]

Dungeon Hunter 5 Review 

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For a longtime, the truly in-depth mobile video game has alluded us. We want our dungeons, custom armor and big end-of-level battles on video game consoles. On smartphones and tablets we want something small and bite-size that feels of quality and has some depth. For the mobile video game developer, it’s a tough balancing act […]

What To Do When Apple App Store, iTunes Store or Mac App Store Go Down

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Sometimes the Apple App Store, iTunes Store or the Mac App Store will go down for many users. This happened recently and Apple acknowledged the outage on their System Status site. So what should Apple users do if this happens? iPhone and iPad users will see the problem when they open the App Store on their iPhone […]

How to Find a Lost Galaxy Note 4

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There is nothing worse these days than the gut-wrenching feeling of losing a smartphone. Especially if you lose your brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Smartphones are an essential part of most owners lives, not to mention they usually hold tons of sensitive data. If the unfortunate event happens, or it gets stolen, you’ll want […]

Google Calendar iPhone App Releases with Gmail Integration

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As expected from recent rumors, a Google Calendar iPhone app has been released that takes the same feature set and design from the newer Android version and brings them to the iPhone. The new app joins Google’s line of iOS apps already available for iPhone, including Gmail, Google Maps, Hangouts, etc., but the release of […]