Archive: July, 2014

64-bit Google Chrome browser moves into beta

Google’s 64-bit Chrome browser took the last step before being formally released, as Google published a 64-bit beta of the browser on Wednesday morning. Check this out from PCWorld.com. If you’d like, you can visit Google’s 64-bit Chrome beta page and download the new browser; Google promises that all of your saved information (passwords, bookmarks […]

5 Best Free Messaging Apps For Android

It was a strange day when text messages took over phone calls as the primary way to communicate with personal contacts. For those of us without unlimited texting plans, it can be a pain to keep up with friends and family. Need a free way to send messages with your phone? Check out these apps. […]

How To Speak Gen Z

Have you ever received text messages from Mum or Dad (maybe Grandma) asking,”What’s ‘LOL’?” or “What’s “FML’?” If you’re still unsure about the lingo of today’s generation Z, here’s a quick cheat sheet to get you back on track. Check out this article from MakeUseOf.com. While you’re at it, you may as well learn the […]

How to use Outlook’s auto reply features to free your vacation from email

Nothing can put a damper on your vacation like worrying about your email. While Gmail’s auto-responder is pretty easy to set, most people use Outlook at work. Check out this article from PCWorld.com. I’m going to show you how to use Outlook’s Automatic Replies feature to do some of the heavy lifting while you’re away […]

LinkedIn redesigns Android, iOS apps with new profiles

LinkedIn wants to give you an edge when heading into that next meeting or conference call. It has updated user profiles on mobile devices to put more information available at a glance, with an eye towards putting more of your background information up front. Check out this article from Greenbot.com. “Your new profile helps you […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With iOS Safari

The iOS version of Safari might lack features compared to third-party iOS web browser apps, but you’re still going to come into contact with it as the default browser on your iPhone or iPad. Check this article from MakeUseOf.com. Even if you’re already familiar with the browser’s basic features, there are bound to be things you haven’t […]

Google Wallet vs. Amazon Wallet: Which mobile payment app deserves to manage your money?

Google aims to make carrying a physical wallet obsolete with its Google Wallet app. By connecting a card or bank account, you can use the app to pay for anything at a retailer that supports Near Field Communication (NFC) payments, just by touching the payment terminal with a smartphone that has an NFC chip. Get […]

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