Tips | Find WiFi Network Password On Windows Or Mac OS X

We all connect to so many different WiFi networks that it’s easy to get them mixed up. You no doubt have at least one WiFi network at home, then there’s the one at work, and probably one or two at your favorite coffee places, plus any others we missed for the list. WiFi is the lifeblood of computing, and we often take it for granted. If … Continue reading Tips | Find WiFi Network Password On Windows Or Mac OS X

Tips | 3 Dropbox productivity tips to save you time

Millions of people keep their work files in Dropbox, and we make sure those files are safe, shareable, and easy to access from any device. Now we’re on a mission to let you do even more. Here are three ways you can use the newest features in Dropbox to save time at work, and be more productive. Move projects forward faster There are lots of ways the creative process … Continue reading Tips | 3 Dropbox productivity tips to save you time

News | BitTorrent eyes a slice of the online streaming market with new service

Over the years, BitTorrent has perhaps become synonymous with the illegal distribution of copyrighted content. Around the world, Hollywood has gone to great lengths in order to shut down or block access to a number of torrent sites, including The Pirate Bay and Demonoid. Unfortunately, these efforts have largely become a game of ‘whack-a-mole’ with websites resurrected after changing domain names and web hosts. However, BitTorrent, the company, … Continue reading News | BitTorrent eyes a slice of the online streaming market with new service

News | Everything you need to know about what Apple announced at WWDC

Apple announced a lot of news at the 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Monday. Here’s a summary of all the big news. macOS Sierra Apple announced a big update to OS X, which is now rebranded as macOS, with the latest version dubbed Sierra. MacOS Sierra will be the first desktop OS from Apple to fully integrate Siri integration, tab support in every app … Continue reading News | Everything you need to know about what Apple announced at WWDC

News | Microsoft officially launches Planner, its Trello competitor

The Microsoft Office lineup is getting a new addition today: Microsoft Planner, team collaboration software that lets you visually organize plans, assign tasks, share files, chat and more. The new app, first introduced into testing last fall, enters a competitive space which includes pro software like Atlassian’s JIRA Core, as well as other easy-to-use tools from startups like Trello and Asana. Very much like Trello, Planner also utilizes … Continue reading News | Microsoft officially launches Planner, its Trello competitor

Review | Chuwi Hibook: a tablet that can kind of double as an ultrabook

When you walk into your local consumer electronics store, chances are, you won’t find brands like Voyo, Onda, Teclast or Chuwi. Simply put, these lesser-known brands don’t quite have the leverage to coax purchases in the United States, despite offering products at great prices. But, in Asia and online, these aforementioned brands are prominent, usually offering the best bang for buck, over competitors like Samsung, … Continue reading Review | Chuwi Hibook: a tablet that can kind of double as an ultrabook

News | 1Password for Mac gains new browser support, anchored Large Type window and more

Developer AgileBits today released a new version of its popular password manager in the Mac App Store, 1Password for Mac. Available to existing users at no additional charge, “The Passion Project” update bumps 1Password to version 6.3, bringing out support for an additional three browsers along with an enhanced Large Type feature, which now lives in a draggable window of its own, and a few minor VoiceOver enhancements. Grab the update … Continue reading News | 1Password for Mac gains new browser support, anchored Large Type window and more

Hot Tips | How to protect your social accounts from being hacked

In the last week or so, several high-profile social networking accounts have been hijacked byhackers, including those belonging to Katy Perry, Mark Zuckerberg and Keith Richards. And even though control of all these accounts was quickly restored back to their owners, it was still a very embarrassing experience for the celebs: Katy Perry’s 89 million followers had to endure a tirade of racists words and insults, … Continue reading Hot Tips | How to protect your social accounts from being hacked

News | New software promises to bring 3D Touch to any smartphone, no special hardware needed

Apple brought 3D Touch into this world with the introduction of the iPhone 6s in September 2015. Fast forward nine months and Android competitors are still struggling to outfit their devices with an array of force-sensing display sensors. We know that Google’s upcoming Android N will bring system-level support for pressure-sensing screens, but now folks at the University of Michigan have developed a technology that would bring 3D touch-like features … Continue reading News | New software promises to bring 3D Touch to any smartphone, no special hardware needed

News | Digital Storm mounts a GeForce GTX 1080 on the back of a 34-inch curved display

The hottest new graphics card on the market is the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. It blows every other graphics card out of the water without carrying a ridiculous price or power requirements. So what did performance PC manufacturer Digital Storm decide to do? They attached one to the back of a 34-inch curved display, because who needs a desktop case to worry about, right? The all-in-one … Continue reading News | Digital Storm mounts a GeForce GTX 1080 on the back of a 34-inch curved display