How to Use the Nexus 6 as a WiFi Hotspot

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The new Nexus 6 is a powerful smartphone that can do a lot of things, and one of them is act as your own personal WiFi hotspot. A portable internet connection that can be shared to the iPads, Nexus 7 or laptops we all use, and let them connect to the internet anywhere there is […]

6 Things You Can Do with Microsoft Office for iPhone

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Microsoft just updated Office on the iPhone, breaking out three separate apps (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint) from the single Office 365 app that Microsoft released before. These stand alone apps are now available with Outlook, OneDrive and OneNote, which were already available as stand alone apps before this update. We’re going to show you six useful things […]

How to Set Xbox One Backgrounds

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With the last few software updates of the year, Microsoft has added key customization features to the Xbox One. Just a few months ago, about the only thing that users could do to customize their Xbox One Start Screen was pin a few apps to the far left. Those app shortcuts could be rearranged and […]

How to Install Android 5.0 Lollipop on the Nexus 4

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This week the highly anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update finally arrived for many devices, but that didn’t include the aging Nexus 4 smartphone. However, yesterday Google promised it was coming soon, and here we’ll explain how to get the Nexus 4 Android 5.0 update right now. The update to Android 5.0 Lollipop will be an […]

How to Fix Your Grandma’s Computer

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The holidays are quickly approaching, and if you’re the one that gets stuck fixing your grandma’s computer while everyone else socializes at the family gathering, we salute you. Here’s how to fix it in no time so that you can get back out there and chug down some eggnog. There’s always that one person in […]

How to Make iPhones Easier to Use for Older People

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If you have a parent or even a grandparent who is thinking about getting an iPhone, here’s how you can make the device easier to use for them. The iPhone is one of the easiest devices to use, as iOS comes with a simple user interface that has a shallow learning curve. However, not everyone […]

How to Listen to Taylor Swift on Spotify

Here's how you can still listen to Taylor Swift in Spotify.

You can still listen to Taylor Swift on Spotify, keeping your favorite songs from 1989 on your Spotify playlists so you can Shake it Off and find a Blank Space in your playlists. We’ll show you how to add Taylor Swift to your Spotify app and playlists. Taylor Swift made news when she pulled her […]

How to Find a Nexus 6 in Stock

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The Nexus 6 release date is finally at hand and you are looking for a Nexus 6 in stock. We’ll show you how to find a Nexus 6 in stock so you don’t end up waiting until 2015 to get your new Nexus 6. After problems turned the original Nexus 6 pre-orders into a joke, […]

How to Use Microsoft Office on iPhone

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There are a lot of people wondering how to use Microsoft Office on the iPhone and it’s all Microsoft’s fault. Microsoft just keeps breaking down barriers for iPhone users. It wasn’t that long ago that Microsoft launched its own Windows Phone operating system on the back of products like Office. In fact, there were a […]

How to Save an iPhone 6 from Water Damage

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If you accidentally dropped your iPhone 6 in the sink or the toilet, or dropped it in a big rain puddle on your way home, not all hope is lost. Here are some ways to recover it from most kinds of water damage. As you may have learned growing up, water and electronics don’t mix […]

How to Add Your Favorite NBA Team Schedule to Google Calendar

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The NBA just opened up the 2014-2015 season and teams already started squaring off. Fans can watch their teams online, but will they remember? Adding your favorite NBA team’s schedule to Google Calendar is a simple task and we’ll show you how to add the calendar to an Android phone or iPhone. The steps below […]

How to Upgrade to iOS 8.1 When You Are Out of Space

Upgrade to iOS 8.1 even when you see the not enough storage error.

There are many reason to upgrade to iOS 8 or iOS 8.1 on the iPhone or iPad, but many users are out of space. When you don’t have enough space to upgrade to iOS 8.1 or iOS 8 you’ll lose even more space as the iOS 8 or iOS 8.1 download sits on your iPhone or […]

How to Enable Developer Options on the Nexus 9

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Starting with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Google hid the Developer Options menu so average smartphone and tablet users wouldn’t accidentally cause any problems on their device. While most normal settings can be found for daily tasks with ease, some advanced options are hidden in the developer options menu, and as a result, some users and […]

iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus One Handed Keyboard Guide

Here's how to use a one-handed iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus keyboard.

We’ll show you how to use a one handed keyboard on the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. This will help you use the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with one hand for more tasks. Apple does not include any one handed iPhone keyboards in iOS 8 or iOS 8.1, but there are several […]

How to Jailbreak iOS 8 with Pangu

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Much to everyone’s surprise in the jailbreak community, an iOS 8 jailbreak has been released to the public, and it also works with the latest iOS 8.1 update. With that said, we’re going to show you how to jailbreak iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 on your iPhone or iPad. The Pangu dev team is a […]

How to Stop iPhone Apps from Using Mobile Data in iOS 8

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If your iPhone cellular plan uses a small monthly data allowance, you have to be rather careful about how you spend those megabytes each month. One thing to be aware of is that some iPhone apps can hog mobile data even when you’re not actively using them. Here’s how to disable that. A feature called […]

How to Turn Off Automatic App Updates in iOS 8

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If you’re iPhone or iPad is automatically updating apps without your permission, there’s a way you can disable that from happening again, and here’s how to do it. A feature that was introduced in iOS 7 allows your iPhone or iPad to automatically download and install app updates, meaning that you don’t have to go […]

How to Turn Off iPhone 6 Reachability

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The iPhone 6 comes with a nifty feature that allows users to easily reach the top row of apps on the home screen or anything else that’s placed toward the top of the display. It’s called Reachability, but not everyone is a huge fan of it. Here’s how to disable it. Reachability can be accessed […]

How to Turn Off Location Data for iOS 8 Photos

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If you don’t want your location data saved on your photos that you take with your iPhone or iPad in iOS 8, here’s how to disable the feature. Every photo that you take with any camera comes with what’s called EXIF data, which consists of the settings used for taking the photo (shutter speed, aperture, […]

How to Improve OS X Yosemite Performance

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OS X Yosemite was released earlier this month to much fanfare, and while many users were excited to install the new operating system and try out the new features, there were quite a few Mac users who had a less-than-steller time with OS X Yosemite. If you were one of those users, here’s how to […]