Amazon Echo Input + Speakers

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. Amazon Echo Input The unboxing was unique. When opening the main box you slide out an organizer … Continue reading Amazon Echo Input + Speakers

AirPlay 2 and Homekit Support Coming to Select Smart TVs

It’s not often that I talk about the latest tech news but something really important came out of CES last week regarding Apple.

Wireless Charging Pad

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.

Wireless Charging with Cases

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 Charging Receiver

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!

What is a HDD

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!

What is an SSD

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!

How to Backup your Mac using Time Machine

It's very important to backup your Mac. In a blink of an eye your internal drive can fail and you loose all of your precious data. Click the link to learn to learn how to protect your data.

Which Backup Drive is Right for Me?

One day when you least expect it your internal hard drive will crash and you will loose everything. What can you do about this? Backup your computer to a external drive. Click to read which drive is right for you.