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[How To] Setup Android Device Manager To Track Your Lost Phone

Earlier this week, I told you about Google’s latest free service for Android called Android Device Manager. It’s practically the same service as Apple’s “Find My iPhone”, letting you remotely locate, alert and wipe your Android tablet or smartphone when it’s lost or stolen. To take advantage of the service, you’ll need to wait for [...]


How Do You Draw In Black And White On Snapchat?

Snapchat artists rejoice! I have great news for you. There’s a way to draw in black and white on Snapchat! Here’s how. To Draw in Black: Touch the color palette and without lifting your finger, drag to the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. You can now draw with the black crayon! To Draw in [...]


This Hidden Feature Will Let You Share Your Entire Screen With Chromecast

If you’re lucky enough to have been one of the thousands to order and receive a Google Chromecast before they sold out at Amazon, Best Buy, and other retailers, you’re no doubt enjoying streaming videos and music from your laptops, phones, and tablets onto your television screens. A little-known feature inside the Google Chrome web [...]


How To Delete Software Update For VZW Galaxy S4 That Blocks Root Access

Sprint, Verizon and AT&T have all pushed OTA updates for the Galaxy S4 that add Apps to SD functionality and some other enhancements. However, the update includes a new bootloader that can’t be reverted, which effectively makes it impossible to root your phone. I started getting the alert to install the system update on July [...]


5 Tips And Tricks For The HTC One

I’ve been using the HTC One for the last week, courtesy of our friends at Wireless Vision. In my daily usage, I’ve come across a few things I actually didn’t know how to do (unbelievable, right?) and had to research. Most of them are things that I’m familiar with on Samsung phones, but HTC chooses to do [...]


How To Baby-Proof Your Android Using Kids Place App

Learning how to baby-proof your smartphone and tablet will save you a lot of time, frustration, and possibly money.  I’ve given up the good fight in preventing Baby Zog from using my phone and tablet and actually now hand it over without a second thought. The key?  It’s really two things.  The first is making [...]


Hilarious Comedian Walks You Through The Process Of Answering Calls From Unknown Numbers [VIDEO]

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How To Keep Track Of Business Contacts With Days App

Sometimes I find large conferences overwhelming.  With thousands of potential contacts milling about, leading to numerous new friends and business opportunities, I also find it hard to properly organize and keep track of each new relationship. Say hello to the Days app, by Wander.  I previously wrote about Days but focused on using the app [...]


How To Prevent Your Child From In-App Purchases

You may have already learned how to baby-proof  your iPhone or iPad so that your sweet, little children can stay on your angel parent side (is that the right shoulder?).  It’s amazing how proficient babies and toddlers are at technology.  I watched an 8-month old at the park yesterday swiping away on his dad’s smartphone. After [...]


How To Baby-Proof Your iPad Using iOS

Technology is the savior of busy parents. Hand a child an iPhone or iPad and you’ve bought yourself some “me” time. Recently, my husband and I traveled from Utah to New York. Now that our son had hit the incredibly busy 14-month old mark, a longer flight wasn’t going to be as easy as when [...]

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