13 Common Galaxy S6 Edge Problems & How to Fix Them

Update, uninstall and contact the developer to solve Galaxy S6 Edge app problems.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is one of our favorite smartphones, but it isn’t perfect. After a month of use, we’ve discovered a small collection of common Galaxy S6 Edge problems and the fixes that owners can use to solve issues and bugs. Samsung includes a curved edge on both sides of the Galaxy S6 […]

How to Use the HTC One M9 as a WiFi Hotspot

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The new HTC One M9 is a powerful smartphone that comes with an array of features, and can even act as a personal or mobile hotspot for internet. A portable internet connection that can be shared to the millions of iPad, Nexus 9 tablets and laptops we use. Letting them connect to the internet anywhere […]

How to Set Up WiFi the RIght Way

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Whether you’re moving into a new place and setting up your WiFi, or you switched internet service providers, here are some things that you need to do when you’re setting up your home WiFi network. Too many times, your internet service provider will come in, set up your internet, and then leave. Usually the router […]

Android Wear Update Takes Aim at Apple Watch

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With the Apple Watch release nearing and orders starting to ship, Google is feeling the pressure and this week announced some major changes and improvements to Android Wear as a whole, its software for wearable like a smartwatch, aimed at taking on the Apple Watch. Google’s blog post detailed tons of new changes to Android […]

Will My Android Phone Work Without a SIM Card?

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One question we get all the time is whether or not your Android phone will work without a SIM card, or without service from a carrier. Not to mention what to do with old smartphones. These days smartphones are updated and improved at an increasing rate. Manufacturers release impressive new upgrades and better devices each […]

How to Use the Galaxy Note 4 as a Personal Hotspot

Stock up with these awesome Galaxy Note 4 apps.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 can act as a personal hotspot, a portable internet connection that can be shared to the millions of iPad, Nexus 7 and laptops we use. Letting them connect to the internet anywhere there is a cell phone signal. Here we explain how to use the Note 4 as a personal […]

How to Fix OS X Yosemite WiFi Problems

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OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 was supposed to fix all the WiFi problems, but that hasn’t been entirely the case. Here’s how to fix those lingering OS X Yosemite WiFi problems. Ever since the release of OS X Yosemite, many users have taken to Apple’s Support Forums to state their displeasure about WiFi problems with the […]

How to Add LTE to a WiFi-Only iPad

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Whether you’re stuck with a WiFi-only iPad or can’t really afford to pay for the more expensive LTE model, here’s how you can add LTE capabilities to your WiFi-only iPad. If you’ve been eyeing LTE iPads, you’ll notice that they’re a bit more expensive than WiFi-only models. For instance, if we look at the iPad […]

How to Speed Up Your Internet Without Paying A Dime

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If you have slow internet, the easiest thing to do would be to pay more per month for a faster connection, but if you don’t want to fork out more money, there are ways that you can speed up your internet for free. Unfortunately, you can’t literally speed up your internet for free, as a […]

OS X Yosemite WiFi Problems to Be Fixed in New Update

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Ever since the initial release of OS X Yosemite, many users have been having issues with the WiFi cutting in and out, but a new update for the operating system should help alleviate those problems. Apple has been seeding a new developer beta of OS X Yosemite in the form of version 10.10.1. The second […]

9 Common OS X Yosemite Problems & How to Fix Them

Reset SMC and PRAM and then toggle the sound settings.

The OS X Yosemite release offers a load of new features and even fixed some lingering OS X Mavericks bugs, but there are some OS X Yosemite problems and bugs that users need to know about before upgrading and how to fix them if they already upgraded to OS X 10.10. We’ve heard a number of users […]

iPhone 6 WiFi Improvements Don’t Increase Internet Speed

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The iPhone 6 comes with a lot of new features, and one feature that Apple is touting is improved WiFi capabilities thanks to the better and faster 802.11ac wireless chip on the inside of the device. However, while this does improve WiFi speeds over previous iPhone models, it won’t necessarily improve your internet browsing speeds. […]

How to Make Calls on iOS 8.0.1 Without Cell Service

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If you need to make a phone call and the iOS 8.0.1 update broke your phone leaving you with no cell service you can still use the iPhone as a phone. You can make a phone call over WiFi using the iPhone on iOS 8.0.1. You need to connect to a WiFi network at home […]

Nexus 7 Deals Arrive as Nexus 8 Rumors Continue

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Rumors suggest that Google has a new Nexus tablet coming later this year, a device that’s being called the Nexus 8 or Nexus 9. While all the details are still slowly starting to emerge, including more rumors about the HTC Nexus tablet, we’re also starting to see more and more deals on last years popular […]

How to Use the Samsung Galaxy S5 as a Personal Hotspot

Use a personal hotspot toggle widget to quickly turn your hotspot on or off.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is capable of sharing its connection with other devices like a laptop, tablet or portable gaming system thanks to a personal hotspot feature. When you use the Galaxy S5 as a personal hotspot you can connect other devices to the Internet anywhere you have a good cell phone signal. This technology […]

The Life of a Mobile Nomad and Hotel Connectivity

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My wife and I are now two weeks into the life of being mobile nomads as we’ve returned from the Florida and DC legs of our journeys and are back in Chicago. We’re not back in our home yet as work continues on the water damage in our building. So, we’re ensconced in a hotel […]

Sony Goes Small with Xperia Z Ultra Tablet

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It looks like Sony may be stripping the mobile phone and broadband radio out of its 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra phablet and release the smartphone in a WiFi-only tablet edition. Right now, a leaked manual suggests that many of the features that make the Xperia Z Ultra unique would still remain intact, save for the […]

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 Hands-On

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Ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show this year, Samsung had announced a second generation version of its Galaxy Camera smart camera appropriately called the Galaxy Camera 2, and at the show we finally got some hands-on time with the shooter. The second generation revision is an overall refinement of the original bringing an evolved experience, […]

Belkin WeMo Crock Pot Connects Slow Cooker to iPhone & Android

This WiFi Slow Cooker is one of several new WeMo accessories at CES 2014.

The Belkin WeMo Crock Pot is essentially a slow cooker that you can control from your iPhone or Android to control the cooking experience and learn when your food is done. Belkin even sports the Crock Pot name, and will certainly earn a reputation as a WiFi connected Crock Pot. WeMo is Belkin’s brand of […]