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How to: 24 Tips and Tricks for the Galaxy Note 4 [Video]

Curious how to take a screenshot with the Galaxy Note 4? How to launch Google Now? Need to set the keyboard size so you can use the Note 4 with one hand? We’ve got you covered. In our latest video, I made a list of 24 tips and a few tricks that I thought you’d [...]

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Life Hack: How To Use LinkedIn As A Personal CRM

LinkedIn, for many people, is the modern day resume. We can use the social media service to stay updated on the professional careers of colleagues, use the service to find jobs, and use the service to find candidates for jobs we are looking to fill. As we use LinkedIn on our desktops, laptops, and mobile [...]

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[How To] Create ‘Shared Photo Streams’ with Your Friends and Family on iPhone and iPad

When it comes to sharing photos, one of the often overlooked features in iOS is Shared Photo Streams. It’s a feature Apple first rolled out with iOS 7, but has made several improvements to in subsequent updates. With iOS 8, it’s even better, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t be using it. You do use [...]

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[How To] Setup iCloud Photo Library to View Your Photos Online and Across All Your iDevices

One of the new features released with iOS 8.1 this week is iCloud Photo Library. Apple still considers it a BETA service, but in my testing, it works as advertised. iCloud Photo Library has a number of benefits, especially for multi-device users. Automatic backup of your Camera Roll to the cloud provides for safe storage. [...]

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[How To] Make and Receive Calls Through Your iPhone, On Your Mac, via Continuity

One of the big new features, called Continuity, rolling out with OS X Yosemite is the ability for Mac users to make and receive phone calls, to or from their iPhone, with their Mac. It’s a feature that really drives home the tight integration Apple is going for between desktop and mobile, and one of [...]

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iOS 8.1 is Available Now – Here’s Everything That’s New and How to Get It

Today as promised, Apple pushed iOS 8.1 for iPhone and iPad users. The software update includes a slew of bug fixes from versions 8.0.1 and 8.0.2, and also several new features. You can find the full changelog below. However, there are a couple notable features that stand out, and ones we’ve been looking forward to [...]

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How to Write in Kaomojis

Some people say that all our technological advances have actually limited communication among us. I disagree! There are more ways to communicate and express yourself than ever before. First, there was the phone. (Talking, ew. Boring.) Then there were e-mails and text messages. Then, emoticons, gifs, and emojis. Now, there are kaomojis. If you’re not [...]

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How To Make An App In Minutes

It’s hard to imagine any successful business that doesn’t have an online presence, and it’s even harder to imagine one that doesn’t allow its products to be sold online. But more and more, it’s not just about a website—it’s all about the app. Luckily, there’s a pretty cool solution if you’re thinking an app for [...]

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How To: Make MP3s from YouTube or SoundCloud

There are some great tunes on YouTube and SoundCloud, but saving them for later can be difficult. That’s where Peggo comes in. Peggo is a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) that records MP3s of your favorite YouTube videos and SoundCloud tracks. Simply enter in a search for the video or track you want, or copy and [...]

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How To: Find Out If Your Accounts Have Been Hacked

With data breaches announced almost every week by companies big and small, it’s important for you to know how to find out if you’ve been affected. You can figure it out easily and quickly with a website called Have I Been Pwned? Created by Troy Hunt, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional awardee for Developer Security, this [...]

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