Archive by Author
iCloud

3 Vital Tips To Secure Your iCloud Account

It was a tough weekend for some of our beloved celebrities. iCloud was hacked and hundreds of private photos have been released. Victims included Hilary Duff, Jennifer Lawrence, Ariana Grande, and many more. These women believed that the photos they were taking with their phones were safe. This flagrant violation of privacy and security is [...]

calculator

Let Google Now Calculate The Tip and Divide The Bill For You

Raise your hand if you’ve pulled out your phone and used your calculator to figure out the tip at the restaurant. (Remember when our math teachers told us not to rely on calculators because, “you won’t be walking around with a calculator in your pocket!”) Here’s a quick tip. Let Google Now take care of [...]

t-mobile-logo

T-Mobile Expands Music Freedom App List

If you are a music fan or use music streaming apps on your phone, your data plan or cap has probably crossed your mind a few times while you were listening. Nothing is more annoying than realizing that you’ve burned through a lot of your data listening to music because you forgot to connect to [...]

Spotify Logo

Spotify App For Windows Now Has Free Option

The Spotify App for Windows Phone has been lacking some important features, but the new updated versions brings it up to par with the iOS and Android versions. For $9.99/month, users can subscribe to Spotify Premium. Spotify Premium Unlimited Ad Free listening Download playlists for offline listening This feature has been available on Windows Phone [...]

Twitter

A Change To Twitter Means You’ll Be Seeing Tweets From Those You Don’t Follow

“I don’t understand Twitter.” I feel like I hear this phrase all the time. People think it’s complicated. It really isn’t. Twitter: You choose to follow people. You have a timeline that will show you, in chronological order, only Tweets or Retweets (reposting what someone else said) from those that you follow. That’s it. Or…that [...]

Swing Copters 1

Swing Copters Is Flappy Bird’s Crazy Little Brother

Remember Flappy Bird? Remember how crazy you went trying to beat your high score? Well, standby to go absolutely insane. Dong Nguyen, the Creator of Flappy Bird, has just released Swing Copters. In this game, you are trying to guide a little helicopter through swinging hammers, moving up the screen. Each time you tap the [...]

uber-icon

Uber Launches Corner Store To Deliver Necessities To Your Door In Minutes

Uber is great. You download the app and input credit card information. When you need a car, use the app to request it and it’ll be at your door sometimes in less than 10 minutes. The driver will take you wherever you need to go, and your card will be billed. No need for cash. [...]

leos-fortune-app-icon

Leo’s Fortune Is The Game This Monday Needs

Happy Monday! Are you in the mood for a treasure hunting adventure game that will properly distract you from everything else you are supposed to accomplish today? Leo’s Fortune to the rescue! Leo’s Fortune is a new game on Android and iOS. Leo is a furry little guy who just had all of his gold [...]

wrfrs-i-made-you-this-mix-tape-200×200

The Modern Version Of The Mix Tape

Remember the good old days of compiling the most perfect songs on a mix tape or cd then giving it to a loved one? Me too, but only vaguely. A friend of mine said recently that “the mix tape/cd is a lost art form.” Is it? Or has it just changed? Of course we still [...]

Amazon Logo

Amazon Enters The Mobile Payment Market With An Option Of Their Own

If you are a local business that still isn’t accepting cards, it is likely that you are losing a lot of business. Carrying cash is getting to be the exception instead of the rule. Companies like PayPal, Square, and Venmo assist with paying friends or family, or paying for goods and services with a card. [...]

Page 1 of 171234510...ยป