A bunch of players in the living room media space are making big announcements right now, and they’re going to war for your money. Check out this comparison to find the media box that’s right for you.
We’re on our phones constantly. There’s calling, texting, work and play to do on apps. We really need our phones to last all day. Read on for tips on how to save battery life.
From apps that locate nearby gas stations and auto care facilities to ones that provide fun and exciting information about local concert venues and popular bars, these tools provide the most recent and helpful recommendations on locations and local hot spots. And there’s more good news! Some even predict pesky weather.
You’ve just welcomed your little one into the world. It’s a different environment entirely than the one you were born into. Video baby monitors, tablet apps and a onesie that tracks skin temperature are all vying for a share of your parenting dollars. Read on for a roundup of the latest technology for our tiniest gadget hounds.
Digital photography has transformed the way we keep photos. Pictures once took up a ton of shelf space after being placed in albums that we generally only rarely opened. Now, they’re shared online with relatives and friends all over the world. Access to so many images is great, but how do you best organize all those digital memories?
Our friends over at Rocket Fiber put together a cool infographic showing the evolution of the Internet. Check it out!
You may have heard talk about everything around you becoming smart, including your appliances. I haven’t seen anything in the news about HVAC systems going to Harvard recently, so what does having a smart home really mean?
We store massive amounts of digital data nowadays. If you take lots of photos and videos, those gigabytes can add up quite quickly. Some consumer-grade storage solutions may not be up to the challenge of feeding our voracious data hunger. Fear not; there are still pretty inexpensive ways to store all your stuff.
Today’s college students constantly have a cell phone clutched in their hand. As long as that’s the case, they might as well make the technology work for them. Here are some apps to help college students better navigate their newfound independence.
Are you looking for more out of your weather app? These apps allow you to leverage the power of your smartphone to get more than just your local forecast.