How to Fix Bad Nexus Android 5.1.1 Battery Life

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Google’s Android 5.1.1 update is finally pushing out in force to the Nexus 9, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 bringing bug fixes for Lollipop problems. And while we haven’t seen widespread complaints just yet, the Android 5.1.1 update will almost certainly bring battery life problems to select Nexus users. With that in mind, we take a look […]

How to Delete Your iPhone 6 Browser History

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There are many reasons as to why you would want to delete your browser history. No matter what reason you choose, here’s how to delete your iPhone 6 browser history in Safari. First off, it’s important to note that your browser history and search history are two different things. This guide will show you how […]

How to Install Android 5.1.1 Lollipop on the Nexus 9

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After months of waiting with no updates, Google finally got around to updating its latest flagship Nexus 9 tablet. This guide will show you how to install the brand new Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update so that you can try out Google’s latest version of Android right now on your Nexus 9 ahead of the OTA update. […]

How to Be Invisible on Xbox Live on the Xbox One

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Microsoft’s Xbox Live service is a popular place. Each day thousands of user login into their Xbox One to play video games, stream television shows from Netflix and listen to music. With all of its entertainment apps plus built-in live television integration, the Xbox One is meant to be always running, no matter what kind […]

How to use the Google Handwriting Input Keyboard

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Google recently released a new Android keyboard called the Google Handwriting Input keyboard that lets Android smart phone and tablet users write with their finger or a stylus instead of typing on a keyboard. It works well recognizing the user’s handwriting input quickly and accurately most of the time. Find out how to install and […]

How to Watch YouTube Videos on Windows 8 Tablets & More

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Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system fundamentally changed a lot about Windows. Take watching YouTube videos as an example of these changes. It used to be that watching a YouTube video on a Windows PC simply required that you open a web browser. Watching YouTube videos on Windows 8 is still possible this way through Internet […]

What to Look for When Buying a Used iPad

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There are a few things to keep in mind if you’re in the market for a used iPad. Here’s what to look for when buying one. Buying an iPad brand new just isn’t an option for many frugal buyers, and in order to save some money, they seek out a used model that’s priced less […]

How to Change the Galaxy S5 Text Message App

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been available for over a year and was recently replaced by the new Galaxy S6, but that doesn’t mean owners can’t learn something new. We’re always receiving questions regarding users smartphones, and today we’ll be explaining how to change the default text app on the Galaxy S5. Whether you’ve had […]

6 Common iPhone Keyboard Problems & Fixes

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The iPhone keyboard has improved drastically over the last several years, but it’s still not without its faults. Here are the five most common iPhone keyboard problems and how to fix them. Ideally, having a full-size physical keyboard is the best setup for typing, but when you’re out on the go and only have your […]

How to Sell Your Broken iPad

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If you accidentally dropped and broke your iPad, you most likely bought a new one to replace it, but here’s how you can get some money back by selling your broken iPad. Many users may think that once an iPad breaks (whether the screen cracked or it just died), it’s useless and must be thrown […]

How to Get More Out of an Old iMac

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Whether you’ve had an old iMac just sitting around or bought one for really cheap, here’s how you can breathe new life into it and get more out of an old iMac. As technology advances and software requires better and better hardware, older Macs begin to naturally slow down. Plus, with added use and files […]

How to Fix a Broken MacBook Charger in Minutes

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Learn how to fix a broken MacBook charger in just a few minutes with a cheap coating that will seal up a fraying cable or learn how to fix a broken MacBook charger that is already broken. If your MacBook charger is not working, here is what you need to do. We’ll show you two […]

How to Delete Your Galaxy S6 Browser History

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Lately privacy is a growing and top priority for many smartphone users, especially when we use our devices for anything and everything. Devices like the Galaxy S6 are pretty secure with a built-in fingerprint scanner for a lockscreen, but that isn’t always enough. If you happen to own the Galaxy S6 and would like to […]

How to Upgrade RAM in an Old iMac

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If you have an older iMac that is in need of some upgrading, here’s an easy way to add a bit of a performance boost to your old iMac. One of the cheapest and easiest ways to upgrade any computer is to install more RAM (a.k.a. memory) or replace the current RAM with more gigabytes […]

How to Create Custom Greeting Cards on Mac

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Whether you want to send a Thank You card or a Get Well Soon card, here’s how to create custom greeting cards on Mac. OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 was recently released, and with it came an all-new Photos app that replaces iPhoto and Aperture on Mac. It’s a simpler photo management tool, but it comes […]

How to Turn Your Apple Watch Into a Gold Apple Watch Edition

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If you bought an Apple Watch, whether it was the Apple Watch Sport or the stainless steel model, you might still be wishing you had the beautiful gold Apple Watch Edition. Here’s how you can make your cheaper Apple Watch look like it’s worth $10,000. The Apple Watch Edition is made out of pure 24-karat […]

How to Take a Screenshot on the LG G4

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The all-new LG G4 was finally announced last week after months of rumors and speculation, and along with a stunning new 16 megapixel camera and 6-core processor are tons of software features with Android 5.1 Lollipop. Now that the device is coming soon users will start having questions once they get it, and here we’ll […]

How to Bypass Blackout Restrictions

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If you want to watch sports live, but don’t have cable service, streaming them is the next best option, but blackouts get in the way unfortunately. Here’s how to get around them. The MLB regular season is in full swing and that means making time to watch all of the games. Unfortunately, not paying for […]

Where & How to Buy a Cheap Xbox 360

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Microsoft’s Xbox One console understandably gets all the attention these days. It’s the latest console to come from the console maker. Seamless updating, video recording and better looking games mean that the Xbox 360 doesn’t get as much attention from gamers as it once did. That does seem to be changing though. Earlier this year […]

How to Cancel Cable the Easy Way

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You may remember last year’s fiasco with Comcast when a user tried to cancel his service, but instead took a trip to hell. This is pretty common with cable providers and internet service providers, but there’s one trick that you can use to cancel cable with ease. If you want to cancel your cable subscription […]