Battery life on my Android phone sucks. If I get 4 hours between charges, I’m doing well. And it drives me crazy, constantly having to hunt for charging devices or power outlets. How can I tell what apps are eating up my battery and power?
Psyched to have an HTC One as my new phone, running Android. Great. Except for the fact that I’m on a Mac, not a Windows system, and Android just seems to be more difficult to work with on a Mac from everything I can tell. How do I sync and back up the data on my Droid?
I have a brand new HTC One phone and just love it, except for one thing: the battery life stinks. The cell phone dies after just a few hours if I don’t plug it in. I’m new to Android, is there some trick to getting better battery life?
If you’ve been to an electronics store in the recent past, you know that “Smart TVs” are all the rage, televisions that have the built-in ability to run apps, display YouTube videos, access your photos, and access slick content like Google Play.
Heck, what if you want to have Netflix on your TV? Or join the world of Hulu and Hulu Plus instead of paying that ever-increasing cable TV bill?
What if you want those features but don’t want to buy a new HDTV system?
That’s where the slick CTL HDMI gizmo comes in. A tiny box not much bigger than a pack of gum, it plugs in to the HDMI port of your existing TV and gives you all the functionality of those expensive TVs. Without the cost.
Let’s have a look!
I have a couple of friends who are crazy about Instagram but when I downloaded it, I couldn’t see how to use it and why they think it’s so interesting. Can you take me through the steps needed to take and post a photo in Instagram, Dave, then perhaps offer some tips on how to get followers of my own?