At this point, it seems that streaming movies and TV shows is just so much simpler and more convenient than cable. You can watch whatever you want, whenever you want right from the comfort of your couch. But, there are just so many streaming devices that it can be difficult to know which one is the best. The good thing is, there are quite a few great ones out there. I can show you the best ones to buy today.
"You might also like…" This mantra is spread all over the internet because different services always recommend new things: songs, books, articles, movies, even boots and bed frames. Ads and suggestions seemingly follow you everywhere, but online providers can never know you as well as you know yourself. Here's how to take control and ensure you're getting suggestions you really want.
I receive so many questions from my listeners about tech concerns, new products and all things digital. Answering your questions is the best part of my job. This week, I address questions about what Bitcoin is, my take on net neutrality, the best way to mount TVs, and more.
When you’re picking a streaming video service, so many questions pop up: how much does it cost? What movies does it have? Can you find current episodes of your favorite TV show, or are they all from past seasons? Is there an app, and how well does it work? The list goes on and on.
It’s summer and that means more Netflix movies and shows to enjoy. To help you get the most out of your Netflix membership, I put together three tips and tricks that will help you avoid the annoying buffering message, get better speeds, and find things that you really want to watch.
Each week, I receive tons of questions from my listeners about tech concerns, new products and all things digital. Sometimes, choosing the most interesting questions to highlight is the best part of my job. This week, I received questions about the lowest prices on Amazon, DNA database privacy, smart speaker buying advice and more.
Your life is on your phone. It has a record of everyone you talk to or message with. It has your browsing history, your emails, your banking app and your photos. At any given moment, you are only one passcode away from spilling all your private information. That's why it's critical you know how to keep it completely secure.
No matter how many Amazon Echo commercials you see, it takes a little time to adjust to Alexa. Putting a virtual assistant in your home signals a change in lifestyle, sort of like adopting a puppy. There will be a lot of trial-and-error, but once you find your rhythm, you’ll forget what life was like without her.
Alexa is no longer "new." The smart-tech revolution is now in full swing, and Amazon Echo is at the heart of it. According to Edison Research, nearly 40 million people own voice-activated speakers, which is about 1 in 6 U.S. adults. Now it's time to see what Alexa can really do. Most users know how to select songs and search the internet for information. These skills are handy, but they're only the tip of the digital iceberg.