Apple released macOS Mojave or macOS 10.14 in September. With it came some great changes and improvements. For this article, I am going to focus on a new way to organize your desktop.
Apple released macOS Mojave or macOS 10.14 in September. With it came some great changes and improvements. For this article, I am going to focus on the the new wallpaper options.
USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 are the same shape but include different technologies. Click to learn what Thunderbolt 3 is.
All of your data contacts, calendar, files, and so so much more on your phone can be so precious and with a large smash all of your iPhone all of your data could be gone. Protect your data by backing it up to an other place. Click to see some of your options.
Wireless charging is a thing of the future. Found on Samsungs and iPhone 10 and iPhone 8/8Plus. With Apple using the Qi standard it works on most wireless chargers. But what about older phones like the iPhone 7 and 6. Can they get wireless charging too? Click Here to find out.
Are you interested in wireless charging but don't have a phone that supports it, nor do you want a receiver that hangs off the back of your phone? Then try out a wireless charging case. All of the tech is built in.
Sound. You’d never believe that there are two ways to hear it. How your brain interrupts the sound can make a huge difference. The two forms of sound are mono and stereo. Click to find out want mono sound is...
Today CDs and DVDs seem to be on the decline. All Macs no longer ship with a superdrive, Windows PC are starting to pick up on the trend to. So what happened? Although today how often do you find your self using a CD or DVD? Now they have all been replaced by online streaming services. There are endless possibilities to buy an find the content that you want to watch online so why get a physical copy?
Internet protocol, or IP, is an identification number, a form of label for your computer. Your computer is assigned a local and public IP which can either be static or dynamic. All of these words are described below...