How to Delete Your Internet Browser History

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There are many reasons to delete your internet browser history. No matter what reason you choose, here’s how to delete it and hide your tracks. First off, it’s important to note that your browser history and search history are two different things. This how-to guide will show you how to delete your browser history, but […]

How to Delete Your Facebook Account

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If you’re fed up with Facebook and the amount of drama and idiocy that shows up in your News Feed, here’s how to delete your Facebook account once and for all. Facebook used to be a magical place where college students were able to connect with each other in a way that was never thought […]

How to Use a Bluetooth Speaker with Your iPhone

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Sometimes your iPhone’s speaker just doesn’t cut it when listening to music, which is why Bluetooth speakers have become so popular. Here’s how to use one with your iPhone. Bluetooth speakers come in all shapes and sizes, and they’re pretty much a dime a dozen nowadays. You can pick one up practically anywhere and they […]

How to Delete Your Internet Search History

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There are many reasons you may want to delete your internet search history, some of which are extremely valid. Here’s how to do it. First off, browser history and search history are two different things. This how-to guide will show you how to delete your search history, and we’ll work on a separate guide for […]

How to Watch the 2014 MLB All-Star Game Live

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If you want to watch this year’s MLB All-Star Game, you no longer need a television with an antenna or cable subscription. For the first time ever, you can officially stream it using the MLB At Bat mobile app on your iOS, Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone device, or through MLB.TV on a variety of […]

How to Take a Screenshot on the LG G3

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The new LG G3 is finally available throughout the world and coming this week to all major US carriers, and consumers are finally starting to get their hands on the brand new smartphone. LG’s handset is packed full of advanced features and technology, like the laser auto-focus on the back for the camera, but one […]

How to Store Important Documents on Your iPhone

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If you have a lot of important documents that you frequently refer to, but don’t want to keep digging them out of the filing cabinet, here’s how to have all that information quickly accessible on your iPhone. It’s important to keep physical paper copies of important documents, but that usually results in piles of documents […]

How to Use the Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Scanner

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a flagship smartphone loaded with top-tier specs and features, it runs the latest version of Android, and even has a built-in fingerprint scanner or sensor for improved security. Just like the iPhone 5 Samsung added a fingerprint scanner to the home button, and below we’ll show you how to use […]

How to Watch the 2014 Home Run Derby Live

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If you want to watch this year’s MLB Home Run Derby, you no longer need a television with an antenna or cable subscription. For the first time ever, you can officially stream it using the MLB At Bat mobile app on your iOS, Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone device, or through MLB.TV on a variety […]

How to Make Text and Apps Larger in Windows 8.1 

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The high-resolution displays that Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system allowed laptop, desktop and tablet makers to include in their machines is spectacular. Today, users can pick up a device with amazing displays that even use 4K technology. Unfortunately, doing so might mean that you’re not able to actually see small text on your screen, leaving users to strain their eyes just to check […]

Using the Camera in Windows 8

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One of the things Microsoft took out of hardware makers hands with Windows 8, its operating system for laptops, tablets and desktops, was Camera. In doing so, the company might have created a bit of confusion earlier on, but the results speak for themselves. It’s now easier than ever to take a selfie or snap […]

How to Check Data Usage on Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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Anyone who’s used a smartphone and subscribes to a limited wireless data plan fears going over their monthly allotment, especially if the person shares data with a family or group of friends. That makes monitoring the use of data important. Thankfully the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and some apps from the Google Play Store will help […]

How to Try OS X Yosemite Risk Free

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The newest version of OS X (OS X 10.10 Yosemite) is currently in its beta stages and isn’t available to the public just yet, but you can still try it out for yourself without erasing your current Mac setup. OS X Yosemite was unveiled earlier in June at Apple’s WWDC developers conference. However, this new […]

How to Fix Bad Windows 8 Battery Life 

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Among other things, Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system should allow owners to use their Windows 8 notebook or tablet a bit longer than notebooks and tablets running Windows 7. By default Windows 8 includes support for ambient light sensors so a device can adjust its screen brightness on its own. It also includes easy to use controls for adjusting brightness, no matter where the […]

How to Change Screen Brightness on Android Wear

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Google’s brand new Android-based operating system built for wearable gadgets and technology called Android Wear is officially here. The first two smartwatches running Android Wear were revealed a few weeks ago at Google I/O, and went up for sale in early July. With Android Wear now out and in the wild with users enjoying their […]

How to Factory Reset an Android Wear Smartwatch

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Now that Android Wear is readily available on a few different smartwatches being sold directly by Google in the Play Store, consumers are starting to get their hands on the new wearable gadget. After being announced a few weeks ago at Google I/O following a short teaser in March, users can now enjoy the first wave […]

How to Update Your iPhone to iOS 7.1.2 Without Any Problems

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It seems many users come across problems when updating iOS on their iPhone, but here are steps to assure that you stay away from any updating issues as much as possible. The latest iOS update was released last week, and while it was a rather minor update for Apple’s mobile operating system, many users came […]

How to Use The Trackpad On Your Windows 8 Laptop 

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Windows 8, Microsoft’s latest operating system for desktops, tablets and laptops, can confuse people pretty easily. Part of that is due to the new Start Screen, but there’s another culprit that lurks just in front of user’s palms if they have a laptop: the touchpad. Many Windows 7 laptops had multitouch trackpads that allowed them to perform […]

How to Shoot Slow Motion Videos with the iPhone 5s

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The iPhone 5s camera has an awesome slow motion feature that most users don’t use. With a little practice you can easily create slow motion videos with the iPhone 5s that do a better job of capturing moments than either photos or full-speed video can. In this article I’ll show you how I use my iPhone […]

How to Fix iOS 7.1.2 Problems

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Apple’s iOS 7.1.2 update was released to fix lingering iOS 7.1 problems and problems that the iOS 7.1.1 update brought along with it. However, in the days since its release, we’ve heard numerous iPhone and iPad users complain about iOS 7.1.2 problems and here, we want to tell you how to fix some of the […]