Samsung Galaxy S9 Tips and Tricks
Whether you’re a new Samsung smartphone user or have been using Galaxy devices for years, the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ have a steep learning curve if you want to get the most out of these phones. Check out these Galaxy S9 tips and tricks!
4 Mobile Photography Tips: improve your pictures on the go (video)
We’ve got four mobile photography tips for you in the video below, which will definitely help you take your imagery to the next (or to a decent) level.
Improve your smartphone photography: What is metering?
Why does your camera shoot too dark or too bright after you focus? It’s probably because of metering. What is metering? Here’s how to improve your photos!
How to get the cigarette smell out of a smoker’s phone
We’ll teach you how to remove cigarette smell from a phone, whether yours, or purchased from a smoker. Check it out!
8 things you didn’t know you could do with the BlackBerry Priv
Just picked up a BlackBerry Priv and feeling bamboozled by all the options? Here’s some of our favorite little features from BlackBerry’s first Android!
Android Marshmallow Do Not Disturb Mode
Do Not Disturb Mode: Android Marshmallow finally got it right
Android has gone through a few iterations of its Do Not Disturb mode, but hasn’t gotten it right – until Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Nexus Quick Charge Explained
Nexus Quick Charging explained
Qualcomm has its Quick Charge and OPPO has VOOC; neither of which is what powers Google’s new Nexus phones. Here’s how Nexus Quick Charge works.
cellular data usage
Five ways to keep your cellular data usage under control
There are lots of reasons why you’d want to minimize your cellular use. Here are 5 data-saving methods to help keep your cellular data usage to a minimum?
Networking tweaks to help your Android perform better, faster, and safer
Here are a few Android networking tweaks to mitigate risks, improve your performance, and maybe even improve your battery life in the process!
5GHz WiFi
Here’s why you should use 5GHz WiFi instead of 2.4GHz
With keyboards, mice, headsets, speakers, microwaves and even wearables using 2.4GHz, here’s why 5GHz WiFi is a good idea!