Chromecast is undoubtedly one of the best selling and most popular Google products, not only in the US but worldwide, and its success can be easily explained. It’s affordable, easy to install and simple to use. In this article, we’ll share with you three simple ways to mirror apps, screens and other backgrounds from your PC or Mac onto your TV.
Dual cameras are one of the trends of today’s smartphones, along with 18:9 bezel-less displays. But there’s more than one kind of dual camera. What type your smartphone has depends on the manufacturer’s objectives. We’ll take a look at the different types of dual camera sets and explain the important differences
Google’s smartphones, better known as Pixels, offer exclusive features to users, both in terms of software and hardware. One of the features worth mentioning are the Pixel 2 wallpapers. Did you know you can still have them on your device?
There are those people who like spicy food, or those who have a sweet tooth. Well, just like how people have different tastes in food, there are also different types of mobile users. So to answer the question of how often you have to change phones will depend on your taste and what kind of user you are.
Fake chargers should not be trifled with. Fake cell phone chargers have been responsible for deaths in the past, and while this is a drastic example of the dangers, these knock offs still shouldn’t be taken lightly. In this article, we discuss what you should be looking out for.
Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. That’s what we’re all mad about now. Or maybe the more cynical among us are just rolling their eyes. Either way, aren’t you a little bit curious about whether Cambridge Analytica accessed your personal Facebook data? Soon we’ll be able to find out ourselves. Here’s how.
Once you know you want a new smartphone, nothing can stop you. But, it’s not a good idea to jump in head first and buy the first phone that catches your eye. To help you make the big decision, here are seven things you should avoid when picking a new smartphone.
I’m not sure if you’re already familiar with the Google Home and Google Home Mini universe. The two smart speakers are becoming increasingly popular, and are making their way into more living rooms, kitchens, and bedrooms everyday (I’ve been moving the Mini around my home for months), but they are also raising doubts about their abilities.
In an almost endless jumble of smart home manufacturers and almost as many wireless standards, you always have to wonder if components can be networked with one another or not. Can a Bosch motion detector turn on my Philips lamps? In fact, there are solutions to these problems and ways to mediate between the many different standards.
It’s here! The Google I/O keynote will be held this Tuesday, May 8 at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. Since not all tech fans can be there in person, Google offers the opportunity to watch the event live on YouTube. Here’s how