You may not think of Word as a tool for designing web pages, and that’s okay—it’s really not very good at it, anyway. But, if you have an existing Word document that you need to turn into a web page for whatever reason, Word has you covered with some built-in tools.
If you’ve treated yourself to a shiny new computer then the excitement might be tempered somewhat by the thought of having to shift all your files and programs over to the new machine. With the right tools and know-how though, this doesn’t have to be a chore—here’s how to get it done quickly.
You like snapping photos on your iPhone. But you find the default Camera app limited in certain ways. Maybe you want more power and control over the photos you take. No problem: A variety of apps can beef up your phone’s photo-taking skills. Camera+…
You buy a gaming console to play games, but then it ends up being a centerpiece of your home theater.
You don’t need to pay for cable or satellite TV just to watch the local affiliates of the broadcast networks ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, and PBS. You just need an antenna. And if you add an AirTV to your Wi-Fi network, one antenna is all you’ll need to send those live broadcasts to multiple TVs in your house—and to mobile screens wherever you can get on the internet.
A new viewing option from the folks behind Dish Network satellite TV, AirTV was formally launched in May with just that skill set, a promise this writer found compelling. After a few weeks of working with the $120 box and ironing out some kinks, I’m still pretty much impressed, albeit with some caveats.
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It may be silly to assume that your alarm will still work if your phone is off, but a lot of phones actually used to work this way. In fact, some Android devices still do.
Apple is joining Google, Uber and others in providing accurate location data that could save your life in an emergency. The company has revealed that iOS 12 will automatically (and importantly, securely) share your location with first responders dur…
Google Translate is a useful tool for some quick and easy translations, but a federal judge in Kansas ruled this week that the machine translation service isn’t good enough to allow a person to consent to a police search.