Did you know you can get an Ivy League education for free, in your living room? The Internet is beginning to make high quality education available to anyone with a computer.
If you’re like me, you live in a building. You also have wireless Internet or WiFi in your house. So, just like me, you’ve got parts of your house where you just can’t connect to your WiFi. Why is that?
If I had a nickel for every time I was asked this, I’d be able to do a lot more shopping online. The short answer is, “Yes.”
If you’ve got a computer, you know about Microsoft Office. You know that you can use Word to create documents like letters or signs. You can use Excel spreadsheets to do your budget or track your DVDs.
Gone. Your stomach flops and you wonder how you could have hit delete when you meant to hit save. That’s a horrible moment. It’s a moment that is likely to happen to anyone, sooner or later.
The kids love their music videos and viral videos, but YouTube is so much more than that. For you, it can be a complete how-to library, but in video.
Summer is here! Finally! And so is allergy season. If you need prescription drugs, you should think twice before taking that allergy pill.
Convenience is one of the reasons for computers to exist. You love using your mouse to just point and click to make things happen. You’d think that it doesn’t get easier than that.
Being connected to our family and friends is a top reason for people to get on the Internet.
How long does a charge last on your smartphone? A few days or a few hours? If you’re only getting a few hours out of it then these tips are for you. They all apply to newer iPhones and Androids.