Public Wi-Fi hotspots are convenient and enable you to get online at cafes, hotels, stations, airports, shopping malls and other places, but are they safe? Minimize the risk with these tips.
It is easy to become overwhelmed by the number of emails arriving in our inbox every day. Keep on top in Outlook by moving them into folders to organize them by category or topic. Clear your inbox.
You can be sitting on the bus or train, in a cafe or library and a great idea for a poem, novel, song lyric comes to you. With these iPhone apps you can write anywhere and anytime.
Privacy, or the lack of it, is a constant worry these days with so many online companies wanting to track and profile you. Fight back with these important iOS settings on the iPhone and iPad.
Save a tree and read an ebook! Joking aside, ebooks are more convenient than paper books and a hundred could fit in your pocket. A phone makes a great ebook reader. Here’s how to add them.
With iOS 14.5 or later on the iPhone, you can choose which music app is used to play your favorite music when using Siri. “Hey Siri, play some music” can use whatever audio app you prefer.
If you don’t have a top-of-the-range Android phone with top-end CPU, lots of RAM and gigabytes of storage, you should clear the memory, restart and optimize your device on a schedule.
MusicMan LED SoundBlaster is a portable music player that works with your phone, USB thumb drives and on its own as an FM radio. Here I crank up the volume and take it for a test drive.
If you charge people for the time spent on projects and jobs, you need to accurately record when and for how long you work. Personal time can also be recorded and analyzed on your phone.
If there are photos you do not want to see when you open Google Photos or Apple Photos, they can be hidden from view, but they are still there and can be accessed if you really need them.