5 Tips for Making the Windows 8 Start Screen More Useful

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Windows 8’s Start Screen has earned a decent amount of criticism over the last couple of years. Mostly because buyers of Windows 8 tablets, desktops, laptops and 2-in-1s don’t think of it as being as useful compared to the Start Menu that it replaced. Mostly, that’s because the Start Screen is something entirely new in Windows 8. […]

How to Use Facebook on iPhone with No Ads

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The recent changes to Facebook’s iPhone app has made it all the more annoying to use. The company updated its app to hide the “Most Recent” feed, which is arguably the most-popular feature of the entire app. Plus, the addition of more and more ads makes the Facebook iPhone app nearly unbearable to use. However, […]

How to Turn Off or Adjust Galaxy S5 Button Lights

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When it comes to using the Samsung Galaxy S5 there are plenty of options, features, advanced controls and even settings to change how everything works. Consumers likely have plenty of questions about how everything works on the Galaxy S5, and we have the answers. With millions of Galaxy S5 owners starting to enjoy the device […]

How to Get Better iPad Battery Life

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Apple launched the new iPad Air back in October boasting up to 10 hours of battery life for the thinner and lighter slate, which is a slight improvement over older models. However, sometimes that still isn’t enough for some users, so here are some tips and tricks on how to get even better iPad battery […]

How to Customize the Galaxy S5 Notification Bar

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Now that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is finally here and readily available around the United States, more and more consumers are starting to get their hands on the impressive flagship smartphone. While the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a powerful smartphone loaded with features, many of those features or quick settings to enable them are hidden […]

How to Use Emoji on iPad

Learn how to use Emoji on iPad and iPad mini.

If you want to use emoji on iPad devices you need to add the emoji keyboard to the iPad, but you don’t need to download any extra apps or spend any money. With this guide you’ll learn how to use the emoji keyboard on iPad devices and how you can use it to send messages that […]

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy S5

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The brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 is a powerful flagship device full of impressive specs and features. Samsung added a stunning camera on the back along with a heart rate sensor, and there’s even a fingerprint scanner on the front for additional security. Even though the Galaxy S5 is packed full of features and options, […]

Why Your iPhone EarPod Cables are Always Tangled & How to Stop It

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Tangled earbud cables are a first world problem that at one time or another afflicts most mobile users. At least those who use earbuds or Apple’s EarPods. It almost seems like the cables have been designed to tangle up in your pocket or your gear bag. And the law of timing says that they will […]

How to Sync PDFs with Your iPad

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The .PDF file format is arguably the most popular for digital paperwork and we’re going to show you how to sync and view PDFs on your iPad. With more and more people going “green” in order to keep the environment as clean as possible, many users are saving paper and printing less by taking advantage […]

How to Disable Blinkfeed on the HTC One M8

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One of the most popular features of the original HTC One and the new HTC One M8 is Blinkfeed. HTC’s own custom app designed to deliver news, sports, social, and even email updates all right to the users homescreen. While the beautiful hardware and aluminum design of the HTC One M8 has been one of […]

How to Watch World Cup 2014 Free From Anywhere

Here's how to watch the World Cup 2014 free from anywhere on almost any device.

If you want to watch the World Cup 2014 free on your iPad, iPhone, Android or Computer from anywhere need to check out this clever trick and free service. It lets you stream from a variety of international channels so that you can watch any of the World Cup 2014 matches no matter where you […]

How to Turn Off the Galaxy S5 Camera Shutter Sound

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There are plenty of excellent features to like about the new Samsung Galaxy S5, and one of those is the impressive 16 megapixel camera located on the back. However, if you don’t like the irritating camera shutter sound, we have you covered. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is chalked full of tons of advanced technology, impressive […]

How to Take a Screenshot on the HTC One M8

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The new shiny aluminum HTC One M8 was announced and released earlier this year after being one of the most leaked devices in recent history. Now that consumers are starting to get their hands on it, we’re getting asked a lot of questions. HTC’s new handset is completely packed full of advanced features (like that […]

How to Remove a Desktop App in Windows 8.1 with a Keyboard and Mouse

How to Listen to Music for Free on Windows 8

Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system introduced a lot of new features that are designed to make life with apps easier. The Windows Store for example, allows users to quickly purchase and download free applications that integrate into the Windows experience without ever having to venture into a web browser or download things from sites that […]

How to Keep the Galaxy S5 Screen on Longer

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 has tons of features enabled right out of the box, but not every setting will be right for each particular user. When it comes to using a smartphone we all have different needs, wants, or preferences, and one of those is how long the screen timeout period lasts. Screen timeout is […]

How to Turn Off Comcast Home Hotspot Feature

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Today Comcast is extending its roll out of the public Comcast Home Hotspot feature to Houston, Texas. For those who haven’t been paying attention, Comcast is turning homes and small businesses into WiFi hotspots. The technology in the Arris Touchstone Telephony Wireless Gateway Modems allows Comcast to turn your home into a public WiFi hotspot and the […]

How to Watch the World Cup Live Stream & 2014 Schedule

Here's how to watch the World Cup live, add the schedule to your phone and listen to radio broadcasts.

The 2014 World Cup starts on June 12th and runs through July 13th and this guide will tell soccer and futbol fans how to watch the World Cup live from start to finish with all 64 matches from anywhere they have an internet connection on a HDTV, Android, iPhone, iPad or computer. If you can’t […]

How to Watch Microsoft’s Xbox E3 2014 Media Briefing

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To say a lot is riding on Microsoft’s Xbox E3 2014 Media Briefing is an understatement. At past Electronic Entertainment Expo events, Microsoft has gone in with full strength and some goodwill from users. Each year users clamored to watch Microsoft’s Xbox briefing for the games, however they didn’t mind the company sharing news about upcoming […]

How to Listen to Wireless Music on Your Phone or Tablet with Bluetooth

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Music lovers enjoy listening to music on smartphones or tablets, but many hate the annoying cables used to connect earbuds, headphones or external speakers. But using Bluetooth, we can cut the cord while working out, taking a walk or driving. Before switching to wireless, understand that Bluetooth audio drains the battery faster than using built-in […]

How to copy iOS 8’s Continuity Using Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1

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When Microsoft announced and launched the original version of Windows Phone, industry insiders had no idea that the operating system would inspire changes across the entire company. It was Windows Phone that brought the flat colorful tiles and gradient-less interface to the masses. It was Windows Phone that first included effortless cloud syncing with SkyDrive. […]