While mobile technology continues to impress and entertain, issues such as battery life and signal strength continue to annoy users, says Mental Floss Assistant Editor Rebecca O’Connell. Nikola Labs is addressing the power problem with a new iPhone 6 case that gives phones an extra 30% of power by converting radio frequencies into DC power.
Has it come to this, where we need anti-distraction apps in our lives? Absolutely. Here are five to make you stay on task.
The Small Business Administration lists these sites for free demographic data.
We’ve all done it—hit the send button in a hurry and regretted it. Not anymore. Gmail now offers an “Undo Send” feature on its email accounts.
This program lets users automate and plan their social media posts across multiple channels and plan ongoing posts from a set library.
The videos, ranging from six to 10 seconds, are all the rage. Here’s why you should integrate them into your marketing strategy.
Have you ever wondered what would happen to your Facebook account after you die? Facebook’s new Facebook Legacy Contact service will let you decide, says Lifehack contributor Matt Okeefe.
Google Chrome was the most commonly used Web browser in 2014, according to StatCounter. Still, many people aren’t aware of all it can do, says Gizmag tech writer Stu Robarts.
Several mobile apps claim to track miles you've driven. Some are very good, and others lack ease of use. After testing multiple apps for this, we found MileIQ.
Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein said, “The limits of my language means the limits of my world.” Expand your world with these Web finds.