Heavy’s Karen Tumbokon urges Android users to download Battery Doctor, an app guaranteed to extend your Android device’s battery by 50%. Here’s how to use it.
Merriam-Webster defines “factoid” as “an invented fact believed to be true because it appears in print.” How do you tell what’s true? TechRepublic.com offers some places to start.
Now that OneNote is free, and on just about any platform or device, it’s a handy tool to use as a whiteboard for meetings where participants attend remotely.
Social media rules can be complex and confusing, writes BuzzFeed Senior Writer Tom Phillips, who offers eight ways to navigate this online universe.
Gmail’s newest feature gives you the opportunity to quickly unsubscribe to all those unwanted spam emails, giving you the opportunity to clean out your overloaded inbox.
Granted, these apps are the picks of Devon Kerr, an 18-year-old. But aren’t teens our go-to people for technology?
Both providers have made recent strides to attract new customers. What’s best for you or your company? Here’s some information to consider.
Too many cute animal videos in your life? Here are three suggestions from Business Insider on better uses for your Web-surfing time.
LinkedIn and Evernote have announced an expansion of their partnership for dealing with business cards, reports The Verge’s Casey Newton.
Group projects involving many documents often lead to lots of comments and back-and-forth through email. The Convo app makes revising documents much easier by loading documents into a full-time chat room where group members can scroll sections.