One of the greatest frustrations for iPhone 6 owners is that instead of using the standardized micro-USB connector for charging, it requires a proprietary Apple connector, the lightning cable. But not all your friends have iPhones or iPads with that connector, so sometimes you just don’t have access to the cable you need if you don’t
You’ve heard it before, you can’t get good bass from a small speaker so if you want something portable, you have to be ready to make sacrifices in the sound quality. Turns out that’s not always true, as I find out when I review the Divoom Voombox Party: Want to learn more about this powerful,
I love emoticons and emoji and use them all the time. I was thrilled to read that Apple’s latest iOS and Mac OS X updates now include various racial and ethnic variations on common emoji. Finally. But, how do I use them on my old iPhone 5, or am I shut out?
My computer’s getting slower and slower and I suspect that it’s because lots of random programs and utilities are being started up when I boot my computer. How do I see what’s being launched when I start up my Win8 laptop?
With a Microsoft Band on my wrist and my credit card primed for the upcoming Apple Watch, I was intrigued to try out the stylish Cogito Connected Watch. Like many other watches [see my review of the Martian Notifier], the Cogito is really a notification device than anything else, as highlighted by it being called the “Connected Watch”. Spend a day with this on your wrist, however, and you’ll realize that it’s of incredibly limited value: every time you get any sort of notification, an icon pops up and you’ll end up pulling out your phone to see what it is anyway.