Google Home is a personal assistant smart speaker, and it comes from a company that literally knows everything (about you). Like the Amazon Echo, the $130 Google device answers questions, turns on smart home devices, plays music, listens to your problems, and informs the FBI of your plans to become the next Walter White (we’re kidding on the last one… we think).
The essence of the Quantified Self movement is to get knowledge about your mind and body using data. You can do this by manually checking and recording everything you do.
If you’re thinking of moving somewhere, you cannot ignore differences in cost of living. A salary of $50,000 per year could mean luxury in a rural town but on the verge of poverty in a grand city with a housing shortage.
Ten years ago, you’d rarely find a computer without an optical drive in it. Nowadays, that’s changed.
When you forget your goals, you fail. Trello is an incredibly easy tool for your own goal management system.
There’s a lot that you can do to stop your Android phone from eating up all your data, but one of the easiest places to start is to understand how each app you have installed uses data.
Have you ever thought about jumping into a new career, perhaps one in the tech field? Well, right now, you can get a bunch of course bundles on MakeUseOf Deals for quite cheap.
If you regularly watch videos on Facebook then prepare to see more adverts, because Facebook is now actively inserting ad breaks into the middle of videos.
For Honor is one 2017’s most anticipated titles, and it’s available now. This third-person brawler from Ubisoft lets you choose one of three factions — Knights, Vikings, or Samurai — and join online battles to win territory for your team.
VPNs are all the rage these days. Experts left and right constantly sing praises, claiming that VPNs protect you from all manners of evil and that you’re essentially an idiot if you aren’t using one (in nicer words, of course).
The Academy Awards, otherwise known as the Oscars, is an annual ceremony celebrating the best in cinema.
Google has given Gboard for iPhone a serious upgrade, adding several new features. There are a host of new languages and new emojis, integration for Google Doodles, and, most interestingly, voice typing.
Some role-play gamers are happy to sit around a table with nothing more than a sheet of paper (and some don’t even need that).
Are you addicted to Netflix? With Netflix offering an amazing service it’s hard not to spending hours browsing its content.
Everybody loves LEGO! The Danish company’s colorful bricks delight young and old. While originally a physical product, LEGO has expanded into TV shows, films, and more.
Reading on the web is quite straight forward. It’s usually easy to do and doesn’t take up a lot of bandwidth.
In the past we’ve covered a bunch of tricks that can help you save money online, such as using the envelope method, killing the early adopter mindset, and making full use of your credit card benefits.
Microsoft Edge is a decent browser and it’s improving all the time thanks to Windows 10 updates. However, it still isn’t worth setting as your default browser.
When you’re watching YouTube videos, you’ll often see notifications pop up on the screen encouraging you to subscribe to the channel, trying to get you to click on links to more videos, sharing extra information, and more.
When it comes to word processing, Microsoft Word remains the leader, especially in business environments.