How to Use the Galaxy Note 4 with Gloves

Learn how to use the Galaxy Note 4 S Pen.

Winter is finally here and soon Christmas and the coldest months will arrive. All the while it will be snowing for days and freezing cold. If you’ve ever tried to use your smartphone or Galaxy device with gloves, it doesn’t quite work. Here we’ll explain how to use your Galaxy Note 4 with gloves. Samsung […]

How to Use & Customize Google Now on the Moto X 2014

Read our Moto X 2014 review to find out why this is an upgrade and worth comparing to the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5.

The Moto X 2014 is a well designed phone with plenty of extra features integrated by Motorola in ways that make sense. Twist your hand and the Moto X 2014 automatically opens its camera app. Wave your hand above its screen and the Moto X 2014 shows you the latest emails, missed calls and app updates. […]

How to Watch Your Videos On the Xbox One

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When it launched last year, Microsoft’s Xbox One console probably wasn’t the all-in-one entertainment system many were hoping for. Having to make big changes to it based on feedback last year appeared to have held up crucial features that the Xbox One needed. You couldn’t watch your videos on the Xbox One. Microsoft kicked off […]

How to Make Highlight Reels on the Moto X 2014

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Everyone knows that the modern smartphone has almost made the point-and-shoot camera extinct. Motorola’s Moto X 2014 is no exception with its 13 megapixel camera. It can capture 4K and high-definition video with no problem. Taking a great picture is as simple as tapping on the screen thanks to automatic HDR and focusing. The trick is what […]

How to Change Keyboards in Android 5.0 Lollipop

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With Android 5.0 Lollipop now running on multiple Nexus devices, and slowly being pushed as a software update for many smartphones from Motorola, LG, Samsung, HTC and more, owners will want to know how to do certain tasks. One that we’ve already started getting questions about is changing the keyboard on Android 5.0, as it […]

How to Get Free Microsoft Office This Holiday

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Microsoft’s Office suite of productivity apps have always been at the forefront of whatever technologies are trending. With Macs being used as credible alternatives to PCs, Microsoft created Office for Mac. When it became clear that a growing number of people needed a way to at least read their documents away from their PC Microsoft created […]

How to Change Keyboards on the Nexus 6

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With Android 5.0 Lollipop now readily available for many Nexus devices, and slowly being pushed as a software update for many smartphones from Motorola, LG, Samsung, HTC and more, owners will want to know how to do certain tasks. One that we’ve already started getting questions about is changing the keyboard on Android 5.0, and […]

How to Record 4K Video on the Nexus 6

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The new Nexus 6 is a powerful smartphone packed with lots of features, and one of those is a much improved 13 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization. It even has the option to record in full Ultra High Definition, also known as 4K video recording. These days are screen sizes and resolutions continue to […]

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 […]

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 Turn Off Twist to Camera on the Moto X 2014

The leather back feels great on top of a metal frame, but leather shows wear more than traditional smartphone backs.

The days of carrying around a smartphone with a mediocre camera that doesn’t offer flash are almost behind us. Smartphones like the Moto X 2014 are meant to be point-and-shoot camera replacements. As such, they feature everything that a person who is into taking photos and recording memories might need. The Moto X 2014 has […]

How to Install Android 5.0 Lollipop Right Now

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This guide will show you how to install the brand new Android 5.0 Lollipop update so that you can try out Google’s latest version of Android early on your Nexus 5 or 2013 WiFi Nexus 7. Google released an early developer preview of what was then called the Android L release back in June when they […]

How to Customize Moto Voice on the Moto X 2014

The leather back feels great on top of a metal frame, but leather shows wear more than traditional smartphone backs.

Like it or not, we now all live in a world driven by our own voices. Microsoft started the revolution with Kinect for the Xbox 360 and now everything practically has voice functionality. Take the Moto X 2014 for example. Last year the Moto X became one of the first smartphones to offer always-on voice […]

How to Use T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling On The iPhone

Here are 15 amazing iOS 8 hidden features.

When Apple announced that it’d be introducing Wi-Fi calling in the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 and some of the iPhones getting iOS 8, legions of tech reporters cheered. As of a few weeks ago Wi-Fi calling is available on the iPhone on T-Mobile in the USA and its coming to other carriers soon. Why users wanted […]

How to Get Rid of the Google Search Bar on the Moto X 2014

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The Moto X 2014 is perhaps the best Android smartphone ever made. Physically, its perfection. The device’s expansive 5.2-inch display is absolutely gorgeous. Colors are vivid and video looks as good as it ever has on any smartphone. Its speakers are loud and its rear-facing camera is a decent stand-in for a point-and-shoot camera. Read: Why […]

How to Get the Start Menu Back in Windows 10

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Microsoft’s reveal of the Windows 10 operating system its readying for desktops, laptops, phones, tablets and even the Xbox One came at a pretty interesting time for the company. It has one foot in the past with Windows 10. Windows runs on millions of devices and many of them don’t have touch. This new Windows […]

How to Get Windows 10

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Microsoft’s reveal of the basic changes users can expect in Windows 10 stunned a lot of people. For the most part, there were the same groups of people are arguing over whether Windows 10 would have the right ingredients to be successful. Forget those guys, the only thing desktop and notebook users need to know […]

How To Use Suggested Apps in iOS 8

Download the iPhone 6 manual to learn how to use the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus and other iOS 8 devices.

iOS 8, the operating system that is included on Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices is stuffed full of features. New camera optics allow iOS 8 to capture slow motion videos at levels never achieved on a smartphone before. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus also have NFC chips that allow iOS […]

How to Get DuckDuckGo as your iOS 8 Default Search Engine

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For the millions of Americans who were shocked to find out that the NSA may have monitored their communications without them knowing, last year was a rough one. The initial firestorm that leaks triggered has subsided, but a growing number of Americans are still concerned about their privacy and that’s where the DuckDuckGo search engine […]

How To Turn On Hey Siri On Your iPhone with iOS 8

iOS 8 testing expands as a rumor points to a new Siri feature and a hack shows the full potential of Siri.

Over the last few years, the way we feel comfortable interacting with our video game consoles, cars and smartphones has changed. Pushing buttons and touching screens is still the most reliable way to get at information on the go, but increasingly we all seem to be relying more on voice activation and actions to get […]