Thanks in large part to advancing technology, robocalls are easier than ever to make. Here’s the shocker. It’s about to get worse. So how do you shield yourself from these robocall and telemarketing scams? Don't worry, I've got the answer.
These days, there's nothing more frustrating than a sluggish internet. You work from anywhere that has a Wi-Fi connection, whether that's your home office or a coffee shop. Fortunately, you don't need to be stuck with a slow Wi-Fi connection. All you have to do is figure out where Wi-Fi is strongest in your home or wherever you're connecting. It starts, as many things do these days, by taking out your smartphone.
Mobile apps are so useful and make our lives easier. Now for all these apps to function, they need a certain level of access to your phone's system called permissions. Unfortunately, sometimes apps ask for more information than they really need. But can you do anything about it?
As great as our phones are, the drawback many have is that the screens are just not that big. So while they are fine for making calls, texting, reading social media and performing other tasks, there are many times where we wish we could see everything on a larger screen. While that may not be a practical idea for anyone when they are on the go, it would be ideal for anyone who often uses their phone while at a work desk.
I have always been a big believer in giving to great causes. But finding the right charity can be tricky. You want to make sure that it's legitimate and your donation will be going exactly where you want it to go. Wouldn't it be nice if a trusted company took all the guesswork out of charitable donations?
How in the world did we manage to survive before the invention of voice-activated virtual assistants? This ground-breaking technology isn't limited to your phone. It's also available through smart speakers in your home. Google's Assistant can be found on Google Home devices as well as Android and Apple smartphones with its app.