Smart tech is on the rise. You can control practically anything from your phone or even the power of your voice. But, is smart tech worth the investment, and how difficult is it to get started?
It’s time to ditch your expensive monthly cable bill and find a streaming service that fits your needs and is a lot cheaper. So, here is a full guide for ditching cable and moving to the internet.
Our lives run on our iPhone. What would happen to your data if you lost your phone, or maybe one day it just didn’t turn on? One day this will happen so be prepared and know how to keep your data safe.
Amazon’s Echo Input is the latest addition to the Echo family featuring their voice assistant Alexa. Released during this past Christmas season, the input is now the cheapest Echo on the market, replacing the Echo Dot, at $34.
It’s not often that I talk about the latest tech news but something really important came out of CES last week regarding Apple.
So I was recently working on my homework and I stumbled upon an interesting question regarding the ethics legality of owning and sharing of music either through CD or even digital downloads. What’s your opinion?
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.
Wireless is the way of the future. Lots of today’s technology especially the mobile market is coming out with wireless charging options. Is there a way to bring this new technology to yesterday’s old technology? YES!
Today when reading tech specs you can find many things including operating system, bundled apps, built in ports, processor, graphics, size, and storage. Next, to storage, you will find the size and drive type either being SSD or HDD. But what does this mean and does it make a difference? Click to find out!