How to Upload All Your Photos from Everywhere to Google Photos

How to Upload Your Entire Photo

Google Photos is free and awesome. As we’ve decided before, it’s not going to hurt you to try it out. But trying it out means uploading hundreds or thousands of your pictures to Google Photos. And because Google Photos didn’t exist till now, your photo collection is messed up. Your iPhone photos might be in […]

How to Optimize Your Listening Experience on Earphones/Headphones

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Every time I move around the crowded streets of any major metropolitan city, I cannot help but notice the number of people wired with earphones/headphones. They might be catching up on the latest songs on Spotify or enjoying their favorite podcast. Either way, not too many seem to be wearing the right equipment. Or they […]

The Definitive Guide to Using Flash in Smartphone Photography

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More photographs are now being taken in the history of human kind than ever before with our handy lil’ smartphones. Most people seem to be very trigger-happy when they feel like their phone’s flash can brighten up the subject that they are clicking. Flash doesn’t always prove to be useful, though. In fact, most professional cameramen […]

How to Use WhatsApp as a Desktop App on Windows, Mac and Linux

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When WhatsApp for Web arrived back in January, millions of users across the world sighed simultaneously (well, not iPhone users). It wasn’t much. It wasn’t a standalone full-fledged desktop app like Skype. But it was something. Although heavily reliant on the Android phone for authentication and internet connection, it still gave users an easy way […]

How to Use Different Calendars in One App on iOS with Timepage

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Moleskine is known more for its notebooks and less for its iOS apps, but that could be changing. It launched a new calendar app called Timepage with a unique design that fuses together a comprehensive look at the weather and your calendars to help you make better scheduling choices. If you’re like many calendar users […]

How to Save Data When Tethering on Mac by Automatically Disabling Certain Apps

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Sadly, the world is not a giant Wi-Fi access granting factory. Companies like Google and Tesla are surely trying, but it’s going to be a long time till you can travel in a fast train while also comfortably working away with an adequate internet connection. Till then we’re left to our own devices – over […]

The Best App to Torrent on a Chromebook

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We’ve covered a bunch of torrenting apps for Windows, Mac, and Android but you can also torrent on a Chromebook. With solid protection against viruses, you’re less likely to run into problems with torrenting and malware. The best Chromebook-compatible app I found is JSTorrent, so here’s how to set it up. If Your Chromebook Does Get […]

Pushbullet Portal vs AirDroid: Which Wi-Fi File Transfer Manager is Better?

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Whilst there are plenty of apps that let you back up and share files between Android devices, there are few that let you transfer files wirelessly from phones to computers (or vice-versa). AirDroid immediately springs to mind, with very few alternatives around. Recently, Pushbullet announced their new app, Portal. And yes, it does let you […]

How to Back Up Windows App Settings Before Upgrading to Windows 10

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Now that we all know the upcoming version of Windows, i.e. Windows 10, will be free for anyone, it gives us even more reason to upgrade. Time and again, I have always mentioned the fact that flashing an Android OS is way easier than formatting/upgrading a Windows operating system. Data backup of photos, music, and […]

8 Ways to Free Up Disk Space on Your 128 GB Mac

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Buying a base 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro seemed more than enough at that point. Retina screen? Yes please, Core i5 and Iris graphics? You’ll do. 8 GB RAM, more than enough. But as it turns out 128 GB SSD is never enough. If you’re in the market for a new Mac, spring those extra dollars […]

Walkthrough: Google’s New Security Checkup Tool (And My Account Page)

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After the 26th million tweet calling out Google for privacy concerns, Google is finally taking some action. No, not by stopping the data collection, what are you, crazy? But by giving users a central location for managing important settings related to privacy, security, and general account management. How is this a big deal? Because you […]

4 Budget Bluetooth Speakers with Good Sound and Style

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Smartphones often don’t cut it when we want great sound. When you hear the words “Bluetooth speakers”, you might think of expensive sound with booming bass like the Beats Pill for $199. $200 just for casual listening is far too pricey. It doesn’t have to be this way. Plenty of Bluetooth speakers are available for […]

Top 5 Cloud Torrent Services to Download Torrents Online

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There has been lot happening in the torrent scene in the last few months. With the (brief) closure of PirateBay, the shutdown of a popular TV show aggregator, and more ISP’s around the world being ordered to block anything related to torrents, downloading through torrents is scrutinized and often associated with piracy. If you are lucky […]

Evernote vs OneNote: The Battle for Note Taking Domination

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Over the past year, Microsoft has been consciously unbundling OneNote from their Office Suite. Now, it’s a completely standalone service backed by OneDrive and available on all major platforms – Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and of course, the web. When MS did that, many eyebrows rose simultaneously across the world. Here’s a company […]