If Microsoft Office had been a country, it would have been the third most populous country in the world. 1.2 billion people using a single suite of apps is mind-boggling.
Google has added a Questions and Answers feature to Google Maps. This means you can ask businesses questions (and hopefully receive answers) before you visit them.
There seems to be no end to the human hunger for media. It’s how we keep tabs on current events and entertain ourselves.
The keyboard app on your phone might be outdated, featureless, or worse, insecure. You might be using the same basic stock keyboard that came with your Android phone — something that hasn’t been updated in two years.
Having multiple email accounts is common nowadays, and being able to check all your email accounts on your computer and mobile devices is a must with today’s on-the-go lifestyle.
Today, the average American home pays $103 per month for cable TV. Add on a Netflix subscription ($8), a Sling subscription ($20), and one or two other bespoke services, and you’re looking at a serious amount of cash.
Google Home users in the U.S. and Canada can now make free voice calls using Google’s brilliant little smart speaker.
If you’ve never used one before, virtual machines can be overwhelming. Not that they’re difficult to use, but they’re unlike any other kind of app and that unfamiliarity is what scares most off.
Does your PC have the Windows 10 Creators Update yet? The latest free update to Microsoft’s continually evolving operating system (OS) packs plenty of new features.
Try a few neat YouTube tricks and you can get the best from the world’s most popular video website. Add the power of IFTTT to the mix and you have a recipe for never-ending entertainment or education.
Snapchat is turning its gaze to a social phenomenon called “ghosting.” The app used to be solely about sending photos to friends and family — images that would only last a few seconds but which effectively got a message across.
With the rise of cloud services, more of us are now encountering Linux at work. People know it’s great for developers and does a good job of keeping the internet up and running — but why would anyone want to use Linux at home?
Our verdict of the New Nintendo 2DS XL:Of all the devices in the DS line (and there's an excessive amount), this is one Nintendo's best models yet, trailing only slightly behind the more expensive New 3DS XL.
PC gaming is a different breed than console gaming. While console gamers typically spend money on specific gaming peripherals compatible with their console, PC gamers are given a larger range of freedom.
Cast your mind back to May 2017. FBI Director James Comey was fired, terrorists struck an Arianna Grande concert in Manchester, and the world fell victim to the WannaCry ransomware attack.
If you haven’t heard about Wolfram Alpha, then you probably aren’t interested enough in facts, data, or the Star Trek computer.
Alexa recently got a huge update that might have you playing a lot more music on your Amazon Echo. The latest native feature gives Amazon Prime and Amazon Music Unlimited users access to certain playlists using over 500 specific phrases.
Instagram is finally adding comment threads. This should put an end to those disorganized threads where everyone is talking to everyone and no one at the same time.
When High Sierra releases this fall, Mac users will get the option to convert their drives to the new Apple File System (or APFS).
MoviePass has gone insane. That’s the only conclusion to draw from the company lowering its prices to just $9.95-per-month.