Daily Archives: March 18, 2020

Best MacBook Alternatives You Can Buy

Dell XPS 13 2019

Apple charges a lot for the privilege of owning the world’s most famous notebook: The MacBook. Many who’d like to own one simply can’t afford it. Fortunately, there are great alternatives that sell for hundreds less. Our current top pick is Dell’s XPS 13, which competes with the MacBook Air’s …

Read More »

Common Kindle Fire Problems, and How to Fix Them

Amazon Fire tablet problems

The Kindle Fire lineup has been a success story for Amazon. It all started with the original Kindle Fire, but Amazon has upgraded and overhauled its Android offerings since then. With its most recent Fire tablets, Amazon has dropped the Kindle name altogether. Related reads While feedback on the devices …

Read More »

Sony Xperia PRO Could Be A Lot Pricier Than The Xperia 1 II

Sony Xperia PRO Could Be A Lot Pricier Than The Xperia 1 II

Sony had introduced two new flagship smartphones last month, the Xperia 1 II and Xperia PRO. The moment they were announced, we knew that the Sony Xperia PRO will be pricier than the Xperia 1 II. The thing is, it may be a lot pricier than you think. The Sony …

Read More »

Coronavirus Causes AT&T To Start Closing Some Of Its Retail Stores

Coronavirus Causes AT&T To Start Closing Some Of Its Retail Stores

AT&T announced today that it is going to be closing some of its company-owned retail stores, in light of the Coronavirus. In a letter from AT&T Communications CEO, Jeff McElfresh today, he announced that AT&T is currently closing around 40% of its company-owned retail stores. Those retailers that are not …

Read More »

4v1 Horror Game Dead By Daylight Will Launch On Android April 16

4v1 Horror Game Dead By Daylight Will Launch On Android April 16

Dead By Daylight Mobile will officially be coming to Android next month. Specifically the game will launch on April 16. The game was confirmed to launch this Spring. At the time though there was no specific date as the game’s developers, Behavior Interactive (partnering with NetEase for publishing), hand’t said …

Read More »

English-born musher wins Iditarod, world’s most famous dog-sled race | Sport

English-born musher Thomas Waerner easily won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race across Alaska, one of the few US sporting events not canceled by concerns over the new coronavirus. Waerner, who grew up and lives in Norway and represents the country where he was raised, crossed the finish line in …

Read More »

The Best Productivity Apps for Android and iOS

The Best Productivity Apps for Android and iOS

No matter the size of your team, one of the greatest challenges in the workplace is optimizing a workforce for productivity. Whether your team is all under one roof, spread across the globe, or working from home, getting them on the same page and working efficiently is of the utmost …

Read More »

Purism Librem Mini is a Freedom Friendly Home Server or Desktop

Purism Librem Mini is a Freedom Friendly Home Server or Desktop

You may have heard of Purism before as a U.S. based company that’s making freedom-friendly, privacy & security focused laptops, phones, services, and the “Pure OS” operating system. See “10 Ways to Protect Your Privacy with Purism“, “Librem One is a new privacy & freedom focused software suite for your …

Read More »

Ranking the companies and phones doing the most to keep you secure

Ranking the companies and phones doing the most to keep you secure

Major updates of Android don’t matter as much as they used to. Many components of the operating system are updated through the Play Store, so even if you’re on Android 8 or 9, you can still access most of the same apps and features as someone on the latest release …

Read More »