3 Easy to Use Online Tools to Fix Acne and Blemishes on Photos


Do you suffer from acne and blemishes on your face, and every time you take a photo or a selfie, you just don’t wish to upload them on the web? Well, it’s human tendency. As Leonard Cohen stated in The Favorite Game “It is easy to display a wound, the proud scars of combat. It is hard […]

Top 3 Websites to Sell Your Old Smartphone for Money in the U.S.


There are probably more ways than you think to get rid of your smartphone and get cash for it instead. Smartphone technology advances pretty quickly and year after year manufacturers like Apple and Samsung introduce new models that make the ones from last year look like junk. However, many of those phones from last year […]

How to Access all the Files on your Windows 10 PC from Anywhere using OneDrive

OneDrive does more than just syncing files

OneDrive is a love it or hate it affair. Some like it for its robustness and tight integration in Windows 10 while others consider it as Microsoft’s attempt to take a sneak peek into their latest holiday photos. For the people in the former camp, today we are going to see one of OneDrive’s nifty feature which […]

How to Disable Autoplay Feature on Facebook Videos on Every Platform

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It seems like every time Facebook introduces a new feature, people are polarized in all kinds of ways. I still remember when The Wall was taken down and something known as Timeline was introduced. It took me a while to get used to it, but I used to grumble about these changes every day. Another […]

How To Disable Bloatware and Apps on Samsung Phone (Without Root)

Disable Bloatware Samsung Phones

Granted, the newer Samsung Galaxy Phones (the S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Note5 and so on) are not as bloaty as the phones from the last year or two. But, they’re still filled with Samsung’s version of Google apps (Mail, Calendar), Samsung’s own app store, Microsoft’s apps and not to forget, carrier apps. I know […]

2 Android Apps to Help You Create Custom Home Screen Shortcuts for Anything


I am sure you will agree with me when I say, that there are two types of Android users. One who love to keep their home screen clean and apply awesome wallpapers and the others who love to have widgets and shortcuts to get work done quickly and efficiently. If you are the former, I […]

How to Install Awesome Themes on Your Samsung Galaxy S6, edge/edge+ and Note5

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I’ve been using the Note5 for about a week now and I have to say that this is the first time ever, I’m not put off by the TouchWiz UI. I’m not its biggest fan but I don’t mind it either. It’s fine. But we can do better than fine. And the surprising part is […]

GT Explains: How iPhone 6s Could Dramatically Improve Your Wireless Connection


The iPhone 6s is an impressive device in many ways, but one of the lesser known ways it might be able to help you is with a solid wireless connection and service. A combination of hardware and software improvements built on two key areas that can not only provide for a more reliable wireless connection, […]

How to Use BitTorrent Sync 2.0 to Sync Photos and Files: A Detailed Guide


We’ve already spoken about DAEMON Sync using which a user can sync media and personal files to and from a computer and smartphone. The only reason to introduce the app was because of the version 2.0 update to BitTorrent Sync. Heck! It took me hours to figure out everything there is to the app and things […]

How to Take Notes on Note5 Using the S Pen

Galaxy Note5 S Pen

Every year, the Note comes out with better specs, better stylus and improved notetaking features. This year is no exception. The Note5 has a whole new mechanism for interacting with the S Pen. You just have to click and pull it out. It’s easy and smooth. Doesn’t matter if you’re writing a quick list of […]

How to Send an SMS or MMS From Your iPad

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Even with a cellular data plan, iPads can’t natively send an SMS. That doesn’t mean you can’t chat with others by SMS. It requires a little configuration on your iPhone or a third-party app. Your Best Bet: Continuity With Your iPhone If you have both an iPhone and iPad running at least iOS 8.1, that’s […]

DAEMON Sync: Easier Alternative to BitTorrent Sync to Sync Mobile Media and Files


How cool would it be for you to come from vacation or a road trip and just as you freshen up after coming home, all your photos gets synced to your computer? I have always hated the idea of connecting the phone to a computer using a data cable. I feel everything should be wireless, clutter […]

How to Search Directly Within Apps on iOS 9

iOS 9 Spotlight Search Header

I have more than a hundred and fifty apps on my iPhone. While the first screen is neatly organized with my favorite apps, the next 4 pages are abysmal. But it doesn’t matter because most of the time, I just use Spotlight to search for apps. It’s only a down-swipe gesture away on the homescreen […]

Dying to Evolve: The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ Review

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I’m a firm believer in technology. It doesn’t care for fashion or trends or appeal. It cares only about simplifying things. Making it better. Evolving to outgrow the old norms and become something even better. Take a look at the internet itself. How it’s changed over the years and we’re now ready for Web 3.0, […]