Router's Parental Control

If you have a fairly new router you might have noticed that it now contains a section for parental control. It's not just for kids but can easily filter mature content from your home.

Here is some information on how to use parental control at home. 


Alienware Ban

It's pretty interesting that with the current power consumption problems within six states this laptop is being banned and we can see more of this in years to come. 

I understand the recent ban on electronic devices for power, I just don't believe that banning these devices is the right move. Instead there should be more emphasis put on developing better technology to save power. 


Song Bassline Breaks Laptop

Odd on how this can actually happen but it's true and it's mainly due to software coding and updates that can easily break electronic devices.

This will not be the end but hopefully with advancements in coding and artificial intelligence future glitches will easily be detected. 


iOS Patch Updates

It looks like Apple has some more security patches to update on its current iOS. If you have a current iPhone it's best that you install the update as soon as you can so that your device will not be compromised. Here is more information on the update. 


Telsa Insurance Info

If you are buying a Tesla vehicle like the Model 3 you should be prepared to pay more insurance when compared to a similar gasoline vehicle. 

In fact, it's hard to believe that not all 50 states cover Tesla insurance. So before you buy do your homework before the insurance policy surprises you. 


Password Manager Verdict

It's concerning and it will not be the last time you come across someone hacking a password manager but here is some interesting information that you should be aware of.

For now, I am going to see what happens and then make my decision later if I still want to use them.


Timezone Headaches

Ever wonder about time zones and how things can be complicated if you have devices that need to be updated. Here is a start to help resolve your troubled devices.


Uber Hack

Interesting story of an 18-year-old hacker who just could not help himself and how he simply was able to get access by using social engineering. Just comes to show you that anything is hackable. 

So make sure to view the what-to-do tips to keep hackers at bay. 



Astronomers Starlink Problem

Once Starlink is completed, it might cause constellation interference with radio telescopes for astronomers. It's going to be interesting to see what new problems astronomers will face with space exploration. We can only hope for the best for the next generation of astronomers. 



Value of Electricity

If you own a home and researching if a solar system is worth the expense then this tool is a must-use utility to figure out the estimated value of your electricity for a home. The tools show you the potential for savings over the lifetime of the system.


What is eSIM

SIM cards are on the way out and Apple is leading the way, with many debating that it's not a good choice it does make sense to use eSIM.

No more SIM cards and moving forward you will get an electronic version of the SIM card via eSIM. Now with the new electronic version, you have the pros and the con and it's only a matter of time before we will see if this move is successful or not. 



Old iPod Uses

Still holding to an iPod and trying to figure out if you can still put it to use. Here are some options to make use of it in the new world.

You can still use old electronic devices if you just think out of the box. 


Fix One Airpod not working

If you have AirPods and running into a problem where one AirPod is not working here are some great tips to get your devices back to normal.
This does not guarantee that your device will work but it's a good start in the right direction. 


Android Share Files

Android is striving to simplify things when it comes to sharing files. Currently, with a few simple clicks, you can share files easily. Here are some great ways to share files and stay connected with the latest news from Google. 


Android vs iOS Messages

The battle continues with iOS and Android when it comes to messaging and it's far from over if you think these two are going to get along when it comes to sending messages.

And for now users are just going to have to get use to it until an agreement between the two companies become realistic. 


Comcast 2gig Speed

It looks like Comcast is rolling out 2gig of  service to there customers and soon their speeds will be five to ten times what others offers. It's going to be very interesting on what the other carriers are going to do to compete with this kind of service. Get ready for gigabyte service near you. 


Mezli Robot Restaurants

Here is a new robot healty restaurant that are mass producable and might just be what we need to salvage the take out restaurant business. 

It's entirely automated that all you do is order and then pick up your food. No more worries about staff shortages or work related problems. It's definitely a game changer and I definitley can see this replacing many establishments in the near future. 


Wirelessly Charging Range

The range is getting longer and one day maybe wireless charging will definitely become a reality. It's still being tested but once the kinks are figured out I believe that this cool invention could possibly make sense and keep all of our portable devices always connected. 


Fog Reveal

Here is a tool that law enforcement have been using for a while to track individuals without a warrant from data used by applications. It's no secret that they been using this software for a while and I am happy to see activist organizations bringing it to our attention. 

It's another abuse of power by law enforcement to track your whereabouts. I understand that you have to fight crime and you have to use whatever technology means that is available to solve criminal cases. But not everyone is a criminal and we also have rights. 


Cruise Ships with Starlink

Starlink keeps on looking brighter with cruise lines already signing up for service. It's only a matter of time before they all jump in and enbrace the new technology.

If this keeps on going, there is no stopping on what can happen next. 


Check iPhone Battery Health

Here is the easiest way to check your iPhone battery health. Most of the time your phone battery life is depleted because of that applications that are installed on your phone. 
If you already reviewed your applications and are still concern if the phone battery is going bad then the last option is to check the battery health to see if your phone battery needs replacement.


Gmail New Look

Dislike Gmails new look, we'll you are not alone and not many people like changes when it comes to sending email. If  you are one of those users than here is how you can change it for the better. 


Drone Medical Change

The Medical industry could drastically change for the better if all goes well and drones. Not only will it make it easier for emergency medical supplies to be delivered but save lifes. 

They just need to keep focus and make it a reality. 



EV can Power a Home

Interesting article on how an EV can power your house when your power goes out. Now this will be a great incentive for people who experience ongoing tornados or hurricanes. 
Not only will this save them money in the long run, but will serve as a huge battery backup in times of emergencies. 


Nissan Leaf Resale Value

This EV car has been around for over a decade and it's the least expensive EV. Take that into consideration and it doesn't have that much power and muscle like some of the new EV vehicles on the market and it depreciates quicker than the vehicle can be charged. So if you are thinking on purchasing a used Nissan Leaf, I would suggest you read the link below and do some more research. 


Tell if Android is Unlocked

How to tell if your Android phone is carrier unlocked. Now it all depends on where you buy your phone to see if it's unlocked. But here is some information to help you figure this out. 

Let's take back control of our devices and live free. 


T-Mobile & Starlink

It looks like Starlink can start seeing a green light over the rainbow. This will change mobile and internet history moving forward and will definitely be a game changer for communications worldwide.

I cannot wait to see what's next in store for these two companies. 


CashApp Alert

If you have the application installed on your phone, keep an eye on your account every now and then because there have been recent attacks with users trying to steal their funds. It's a pretty simple hack and the outcome is very unfortunate for some users. 



Save Youtube to GDrive

Here is a handy way to easily save your favorite YouTube videos to Google Drive. This will save you time and you can decide if you later on what to view offline. 

Get the best of two sites with just a few clicks. 


LassPass Hack

It looks like a developers account was breached and the companies source code and some technical information was accessed. Now this just puts some bad light on the company and with it's current security software. Stay tune to see what happens next. 


Why QR codes menu's are around

The pandemic started these contactless menu's and because of staff shortages and printing costs it can be a while before you can see the regular menu's back at restaurant's.

Even though using the code feels like a chore it does save a lot of money on printing costs and maybe if they can incorporate the check feature for users this can change many users minds.

All we can do is to just wait and see what happens.



Satellite Internet Info

Confused on Satellite Internet and want to know if this option is the best for you in your area. Before you sign any contract or make any calls to anyone regarding the service, this is what you should know before hand.

This is some great resourceful information. 


macOS flaw

This old flaw patched not too long ago by Apple easily shows how easily anyone can access every file on the user's Mac computer. 

Even though it was already patched by Apple there are still some users out in the real world that are still vulnerable to the flaw. So it would be advised for users to confirm that their devices are patched. 



Google not a Publisher

Good new for Google when it comes to defamatory article. Since it's not a publishing company the users will have to go direct to the user. So in simple terms google just navigates using a hyperlink to articles. 

Now the publishers will have to do their homework and go after the user themselves which will definitely be costly. 


No need for a Macbook Pro

Interesting article for users who are going out to purchase an Apple laptop and how when the upgrade for better performance, it's not all really worth it when it comes to the price.
As for the specs, these are usually for Pro users who want more RAM, and faster chips with better screens and sound. 

Now the only real difference is its price and quality.


Netflix History

Here is a brief history of Netflix on how the started and what developed and what they have become. Netflix have been here for a while and this streaming service still has enough power to taking content to a new level regardless of what some users might think.



Microsoft AI Edge Problem

Microsoft has a cool AI feature called Read aloud that when it's activated makes listening to your emails and documents seem like a breeze. The synthesized voices are indistinguishable from human narrators. It's a pretty cool way to hear the long email and articles while tending to other things.

If you have not tried it yet, I suggest you give it a try but not that it's not perfect and it still has a lot of bugs that are problematic for many. I just hope that that can correct this before users get discouraged from using this feature. 



EV Trip Reality

If you are planning an EV trip road be prepared for the worst. New electrical EVs are not yet ready for the real world and you might possibly get stuck or stranded if you do not plan ahead.

EV road trips are limited because of the lack of infrastructure that is still needed. So before you go on your journey read this interesting article about a father and son road trip to see some baseball and it just might change your mind. 


Sharpext Malware

Here is a new malware that you should be aware of and it's very difficult to detect. And your only defense for now it's to be careful and review your browser extensions regularly.

Hopefully in time someone will create a better tool to detect the device. 


Hidden iPhone Tricks

Here are some hidden iPhone tricks that many professionals already are aware of and you should be as well to take advantage on the things that you can do with  your phone.


How Xbox was almost killed

Pretty interesting story on how the Xbox was almost killed because the console could not run on Windows. 

Only to see later how this turned the console into a goldmine for Microsoft.


Apple & Meta Headset challenge

It looks like Apple & Meta are preparing to deliver mixed reality headsets soon and it's going to be a challenge when it comes to pricing. 

Both companies are going to have to come up with a system to convince users to buy their advanced technology system and prove otherwise that their investment is worthwhile.

In the long run, time will tell if the expense was even worth it. 


Sixt Rent Cyberattack

It looks like last spring a cyberattack occurred on the company exposing sensitive information from thousands of Sixt employees. And it will be interesting to see what liability the company will face for not disclosing this information to their employees in a timely manner. 




Interesting device to help manage pain for users who are physically active. It's an electric never stimulation device that can provide pain relief using a different types of automated program modes. If you are one of those individuals who hate pinched nerves, I guess this will be a great problem solver. 



Browser Threat

Interesting article on how browser extensions can cause a threat to you and what you can be at risk when using them. We have come to a place where like it or not browser extensions in many ways have saved the day. So before you install try to see what information you want to release, read what information they will retain from you even though in many cases it can be vague and then decide if you want to use that extension in the future going forward. 


Top Teen Social Media Platform

You would think that Facebook would be the top teenage social platform and unfortunately, it still has a long way to go to be dominant. But as time changes so do the user platforms, but one in particular is still a favorite of them all and it's going to be a while before other social media companies oversee Youtube dominance. Let's see if they can still be on top in the years to come. 


Scan, Sign & Send with iPhone

Here is an easy way to scan, sign and send documents with your iPhone. Now in this digital world, anyone can simplify the difficult things in life and make it so easy for many to do. Just another cool feature in Apple that has been available for a while. 


New EV Motor Design

The EV industry could have a new motor design that do not require earth magnets. It's currently being used by other devices and it's performance could be improved.

The odd thing is that this new design concept is coming out of a young engineer who is still in his teens and has over 60 engineering projects. 

But it's a key component to definitely take into consideration if you are looking to revolutionize the world. 



Digital License Plates

Here is a great new idea for license plates and yet I can see this going nationwide real soon because you can customize it. Now even though it's available in just a few states, it's definitely something to keep your eye on in the next couple of years. 


Evap Battery

It looks like a research team created a wearable electronic device that is powered by dead microbes. This could definitely change wearables in the near future and maybe harness new types of energy. 

This is definitely innovative and waiting to see what new ideas they can come up with.



Amazon buying Roomba

It is going to get interesting once these two companies combine to see how it's going to integrate it's current technology. Amazon can take it's smart cleaning gadgets to new heights and this could be a big game changer for it's competitors. Stay tuned to see what happens next. 


PS5 Hidden Browser

Need to install a web browser on the PS5, but you can here are a few tricks to use to get that browser to work on your console to gain access. 


Self Driving Mercedes

Mercedes has advanced itself in self-driving and it's going to soon make new revolutionary changes in the Automotive industry. It's not yet autonomous but it's way more advanced than the competitor's system.

I guess they want to perfect the process for its consumers before it's ready to take off. 


How Gas Stations evolve to EV Charging

Here is a great way for gas stations to evolve into EV charging stations. Now, this idea is a great way to see if it makes sense and what new business the transformation can bring in by converting. 

It's a great idea and makes sense so in the long run, it could be just a win, win solution while the technology is still evolving. 


Google Map Bike Friendly

It looks like Google Map is getting bike friendly with users showing them easier paths for bike riding. It's a great way for bikers to get around in times when gas prices are sky high.

Lets take a ride with G Maps. 



Join Wifi with a Tap

Here is a clever way to connect to WiFi with just a simple tap. Now when your guests arrive, a simple tap will get everyone connected. 

It's the simplest and easiest way to get everyone connected where ever you go. 



AI Videos

The internet is changing daily and now we need to create content that is going to help people get to where they want to go to. With Synthesia you can easily direct users to reach your content quicker and faster. Think of it as the modern way of getting your information out there. 


Robotaxis to Cali

It looks like Amazon is getting ready to launch it's Robotaxis to California and could be the start of something great to happen nationwide.

At this point no matter what everyone does, this cannot be stopped, unmanned vehicles are showing up wherever we go and it's only a matter of time before they begin to change our means of transportation.


Screenshot iPhone Page

If you ever wondered on how to screenshot an entire iPhone webpage, there here are some resourceful information you should be aware of.

It's not that difficult to do and with some practice you will be saving full pages in no time for your collection. 


M2 MacBook Problems

It looks like the Apple M2 Macbook Air has some overheating problems but luckily for this YouTuber the problem can be easily fixed by modifying the device for a few dollars.

If you currently have the new Macbook, my advice is to get the device modified to increase the computer performance. It's worth the extra few dollars. 




Amazon Prime Update

We have been waiting for this for a while already and now Amazon Prime is changing it's design for the better.

Get ready for a new way of programming to take Prime to new levels of entertainment. 


Slack Free Plan Changes

Slack is changing it services and how it's free plan works and if you are currently using Slack this is what you should be aware of.

Unfortunately, the free plan will have it's limitation now and going forward they are basically slowly forcing you to pay for it's service. So be ready if they sooner or later discontinue the free service. 


Email Hacked

Here is a great way to tell if your Outlook email has been compromised. In today's world you never can be for sure if a breach occurred with all the malicious program that are out there.

If you sense that your Outlook email was hacked, there are some great helpful tips that you can use. 


Kiwi Application Monitor

Here is a great way to monitor your applications and keep you inform on certain events that take place. It's a great program to alert you when things go on your computer so that you can automate other things. 

It's a great software to monitor application and memory usage. 




Pc Doctor Toolbox

Here is a diagnostic software used by most computer repair companies to diagnose your computer problems. Now is the time to register for a free license before it's too late. 

I would recommend that you register the software and install the software immediately so you have it on hand should you ever need to run diagnostics on your computer.


Apple First EV Results

In so many simple words it was better off if Apple would have purchased Tesla instead of trying to invent the wheel. As far as being innovative with the EV industry it so far as been a big failure for them. 

In my opinion, it's easier to find a new EV startup company and buy the company outright instead of spending unnecessary expenses in Research and Development.

The technology is already there, it's just piecing them together and creating a vehicle that will meet cutting edge technology. 


Lockheed Drones

This is like starting to look like the movie Stealth or better yet AI Drones that will team with the U.S. Air Force. It's only a matter of time before AI Drones dominate the sky, now I just hope someone did watch all the Terminator sequels so that they can really understand what they are doing. 


Meta new Movement

It going to be very interesting to see how Meta transforms itself into the metaverse. It would have made sense if Meta just created a new company for the metaverse, but we all will have to wait and see how it's going to play out in the coming years. 

I am definitely going to keep an eye on Meta and see on how they link the dots. 


ChromeBook News

 If you are a Chromebook users here is some good news for you, the multitasking OS may soon allow vertical, horizontal, three-way, and four way divisions.

This will make the device even more productive. 



Telsa Laid off Talent

This is going to be very interesting in the next few years when Telsa the leading EV auto maker starts getting fierce competition from it's rivals. 

All that these companies need to do is just catch up and then the EV games will begin and it will be very interesting to see who will be on top and who now's has the latest technology. 


VPN Kill Switch

What is a VPN kill switch and why you should use one. Let's just say it's a better way to connect and keep your information private. In todays world privacy is always a top priority when connecting online. 


Vodafone going Cloud

Here just another example of how companies are easily migrating into the cloud to enhance it's ability and improve their network performance. You can bet that more companies are going to start embracing the cloud as time goes by. The future of the cloud is here to stay. 



iOS Launch Lockdown Mode

Apple will launch lockdown mode to protect users who are targets of digital security. It's a great move against future hacking attacks. The goal is for Apple to me proactive against security concerns. 


Revamped Google TV app

Looks like Google TV is changing it's application and highlights feeds so that movies and shows can easily be searchable and shareable.

Let's wait and see how user's react to the new changes and if it does make a difference. 


Find Flights that Save

Here is a great way to find loopholes in airfare pricing. These are the flights that the airlines do not want you to be aware of. See what flights you can find at skiplagged at a discount to save you money. 


Apple Pay soon to pay for Fuel

It's great to know that Apple Pay will hopefully pave the wave for paying for fuel contactless payments. It's nothing new just another easier way to refuel and go on your way. 


The Solution to High Gas Prices

There is a solution to our current gas problem but not many people will want to accept the reality of what needs to be done.

We have been too long reliant on one particular type of energy that it's time for a drastic change now. The longer we wait for the change to happen, the more difficult it's going to be to accept that change.

It's time for us to wake up and start making changes so that we can no longer have a gas price problem. 



California's solar car is going to change the EV business due to the hassles of charging. Now imagine buying a car at an affordable price and then be able to drive 40 miles per day which is enough for most users.

These cars are already in production and you will start seeing them soon by the end of this year.




Recent Autonomous Problem

Not too long ago a fleet of self-driving cars gathered together and blocked an intersection in San Franciso for several hours for no apparent reason. 

Now many assumed this was a robot uprising but in actuality, it was a problem with the platform software. It's beyond me why this would occur and it's a strong message for cities to be prepared for the worse when disaster strikes. 

The future is now but at what costs. 


Women digital Footprint

With the new overturn Supreme Court decision women now need to hide their digital footprints because their online data could not be used against people seeking abortions.

It's pretty sad that it has come to this but now they can be subject to policing.

Let's hope something changes soon or their privacy could be at risk. 



Fast Paced invites

Here is great way to create party invites and get quick responses from your guests. I had the pleasure of being invited to an event and I loved how you can simply see the guest list and how many party goers were coming to your event. It's the simplest way to throw a party and attach a gift registry to your guests.
From beginning to the end, it keeps  you on track and reminds and thanks your guest for coming. It's a great way for a start and and end to a party. 


Better Snap Tool

 If you have a large monitor and want to easily resize and organize the window shape, this program makes is so simple to do. It's not that expensive and goes a long way to make things in your life easier to do.



Microsoft Surface Duo 2

The Surface has taken a new direction with its foldable tablet. Not only has it been improved but it's a great workable pocket computer. 

It's great for writing handy notes and helpful for reading online, although it might still need more improvements. The device can eventually compete with Apple iPads. 


IE is Dead

Here is a look back at Internet Explorer in the last 27 years of its existence. Microsoft could never get this application to work at its best, instead, it had to replicate its competitors so that it could at least dominate for a while. 



Gates NFT Theory

Gates is no fan of NFTs and if you read this article you will understand the reasons why. But who is going to dispute this billionaire's theories when you are on the list of the top ten richest people in the world. 



uLTRAwide Monitors

Here is an interesting article on the current Ultrawide monitors overrating. And yes, I can relate to the user on spending a long time researching to finally decide his final outcome.

It basically all depends on what you are into and not everyone is going to have the same demands and same conclusion that you decide, but at least you are content.


Lightyear's Solar EV

The future solar EV has arrived and if this car lives up to it's potential, this can change solar energy and battery charging as we know it today.

The only downside of it now is it's current cost, which is time will change when the supply and demand volume increases.

Let's just keep an eye on this company for now and wait to see what happens next. 


Google Map Time Machine

Google has been for a while making it available to see the current location street time machine and it's pretty impressive on how things change from then to now. 

Give it a try and go back in time to see how the neighbor has changed.



Telsa's New Phone

Tesla looks like is testing a new phone and let's just say if they ever decide to go full scale on making this phone there is sure going to be competing against Apple's iPhone.

Let's see how far they are willing to go. 


Win11 Unsupported Update

Not too long ago Microsoft accidentally allowed unsupported computers to upgrade to Windows 11 and lets just say it might be just changing its mind or it could be a disaster ready to happen.
If you already installed Windows 11 and your computer is not supported, I would roll back to Windows 10 immediately otherwise, you have been warned. 


Google Maps Time Travel

If you are currently using Google Maps now you will be able to see the previous street views over the years at that location you are at. It's an interesting way to see how time has changed. 

Give a try, Google Maps is here to stay.


Google Workspace Update

If you have not noticed but Google Workspace changed it's free Suite legacy edition and users must now cough up to use their services. It was going to eventually happen sooner or later.

It's still reasonable when compared to other plans. 


Starlink Next Generation

It looks like Starlink Satellites are preparing for the next generation of communication. These new satellites are going to do much more than the first generation and hopefully fill in the gap to network the entire planet. Lets get ready for a new type of connection. 


Using AirTags to Stalk will be illegal in Ohio

If you are still using AirTags to stalk others note that if it's done in Ohio you can have some legal problems. I can hopefully see a new legal trend forming to stop users from using the device in other means that it was intended to be used. 

Let's see if other states follow suit as well. 



Building a Medieval House

Not to long ago this was how the new settlers built their current houses. Things have changed dramatically but it you ever wondered on how the new settlers built their house, here is a great video showing the beginning and end of a medieval house.


Autonomous Car Block

Someone better immediately fix this problem quickly, otherwise the future of driverless taxis is going to disappear as quickly as it was made available. 

Emergency vehicles must always have the right of way and technology has to adapt quickly in order for more pilots like this to continue. 



Here's an a la carte directory platform that you can use for your Windows, Apple, and Linux devices. It sort of like an MDM solution for devices without the requirement of the AD service. 

So if you are ready to migrate into the cloud JumpCloud is a great beginning. 


Earbuds for the shower

Now this is hard to believe but if all is correct you can now simply wear this earbuds when in the tub or in the shower. I just hope now that all wireless earbuds will start doing the same going forward, this is a great benefit for the future for these devices. 


Tips for Firefox Bookmarks

Here are some great tips to organize your Firebox bookmarks, you will be surprised on what you can do to make your bookmarks stand out when compared to other browsers.


Electrical Outlet holes

Here is the real truth why there are holes in your electrical outlets. Now you are going to be surprised on the real answer to this life long mystery.

Now this is something to think about. 


Apple AI find

 Now the platform can be used for deaf and hard hearing community, this opens the door to a lot more functions that they can add in the future for the disabled community.

Cannot wait to see what new features will come out next. 



Telsa Heatwave Help

It looks like Telsa owners in Texas are trying to alert drivers to conserve power during heatwave and here is what some users are seeing from their Telsa when they are trying to charge their vehicles.

It looks like this might be a standard policy for Telsa going forward, so do not be surprised when you see these notifications. 


Hotel in Space

This is going to be very interesting and I can see this going global with discount pricing year long. Can you imagine taking a two week vacation in the Marriot four star space station.

Cannot wait to see what going to be included in these packages. 


Home Network Troubleshooting

Having trouble with your home network, then here are some great tips on how to troubleshoot your home internet problems.

Most of the times these simple tricks will get you up and running again. 


Restore Contact on an iPhone

Here is the easy steps to restore lost or deleted contacts on your iPhone. You do not know how easy is this to do until you get into a situation in which you need to restore your contacts.


Google Russia seized

This was expected and you can expect other companies to fall into the iron curtain seizure since the recent war with Ukraine. 

In retaliation, Google plans to still offer free services to Russia and hopefully that will play a key components to talks in the future. 


Stop using IE

A few weeks ago IE 11 was retired and if you are still using it instead of edge you should stop using the browser immediately.

If you do not change, lets just say that you will be very vulnerable to spam, email and all sorts of exploits.


Coinbase Pay

Here is the easiest way to purchase or transfer crypto and hopefully other exchanges will adapt as well to make is simple for everyone to do.

Adaptation is the key for crypto to integrate. 


The Flying Saucer of the 50s

Here is an interesting article of the Flying Saucer of the 1950s, I would not be surprised that this was the spaceship that everyone was talking about during that time period.

Unfortunately, the project failed because it never could live up to it's potential. 



Incognito Myth

Going incognito has its uses but here is a great myth that some users still do not want to accept, which is regardless of how you use the browser it does not completely erase all sites that you visited. 



Retrieve Deleted Texts on iPhone

Here is some resourceful information on how to retrieve deleted text messages from your iPhone. This is very useful as long as you do not exceed you iCloud backup storage limits.


Keychain Password

Unsure what the Keychain password is on an Apple computer, here is some resourceful information on how to find it and make changes to it when necessary.

You never know when this information is going to be useful, so why not start now.


One Outlook

Microsoft One Outlook email client was just leaked out and may go live at any moment. The software will eventually replace mail and other versions of Outlook.

So get ready for a lighter and simpler next version of Outlook ready to take over the world. 



Clear Smart Tv Cache

If you are a Samsung user and you are having performance issues, the problem could be resolved by clearing out the cache.

You will be surprised on how a simple cleanup can speed up the performance of the Smart Tv.



Fix non charging iPhone

Here is some resourceful information on how to get an iPhone to charge when it does not want to charge anymore. 

You will be surprised at how simple it is to get your device to start charging again. 



WiGL's Back

This wireless charging may be the answer to keeping everything connected. It's a new generation on how to keep devices powered up. 
This could definitely resolve our every day problems and I hope then can keep the project going until the end. This definitely will open door to new things. 


Streaming Services Pirating

It looks like streaming services are at it again raising prices to old cable access prices and it's causing many users to go back to their old ways before they even joined their services.

Regardless of the reasons, these streaming services need to adapt to the consumer market, otherwise they can say goodbye to their current subscribers. 


Play MP3 Files on Google Sheets

Pretty cool tip on how to play MP3 audio using Google Sheets. 

This is a great exercise to get use to creating scripts and button with Google.

Why not give it a try, hey you never know if it could lead you into a life of programming. 


Real Estate Agent Info

The next time before you have a realtor sell your house, do your homework and see how well and how many houses the broker has sold. This is going to give you an idea the time of realtor you are going to rely on to buy or sell your home.


Go to google.com and type realtors name and at the end put Zillow this will give you the realtor feedback on how many homes they sold and in some cases will tell you the amount of money they made from selling them.

                       ex. Jane Smith Zillow

There are other sites you can use but this should give you a good idea on the persons sales techniques. 


iPhone Features

Here are some cool iPhone features that will change the way you look at Apple. These cool features will come in handy should you want to try them out.

Give it a try, you never know. 


Apple delist App Store apps

Bad news for developers who have not updated their applications. It looks like Apple will delist its apps if they do not keep the app updated in a significant amount of time.

The rule is nothing new for Apple, but just enforcement to have developers keep the app up to date. 


E Link Foldable E-Reader

It looks like this company is trying to change electronic paper display technology and if it succeeds you can expect a new generation of readers to follow suit.
It's long overdue and maybe what they needed to still be a popular must-have item. 


Stock Analysis Software

If you are investing in the market here is a great place to install free stock analysis software on your computer. IT's a great tool to keep track of the sector while you are working.


Fix Zoom Low Resources Problem

It looks like some Zoom users are now facing a low system resource notification when on Zoom calls and here is the simple fix to improve performance.

Now your best bet first is to close some applications to free up the resources and then you can try the following using the link below to resolve the problem.

Lastly if the problems keep on developing the best approach would be to add more RAM to the computer since you just cannot stop applications from consuming additional memory. 


Quantum charging

Renewable energy is making a difference now when charging your electric vehicle. Now with the help of quantum resources charging your car can be as simple has putting gasoline in a car.
As technology advances you will see a dramatic change in electrical car charging as more and more cars adapt to the new EV technology. 


Win 11 info

It looks like Microsoft is placing strict requirements when it comes to Windows 11 operating system. While some users are trying to bypass they are giving a warning that they will not be entitled to receive updates. 

Here is what you loose if you decide to bypass the Windows 11 requirements. 


YouTube PIP via iOS

Youtube Picture in Picture has been slowly being tested on iOS devices and if you are a Youtube premium subscriber you can go and test the new app features.
It's a massive perk and will help you get the most out of its player, let's hope to see this come out of beta soon. 


Starlink for Inflight Wi-Fi

It looks like airlines began testing the Starlink Satellites for Inflight Wi-Fi and if all goes well this could be  a great replacement to keep the world connected where everyone goes. 


Lenovo UEFI Flaw

Lenovo recently published a security vulnerabilities that impacts UEFI on at least 100 laptops. I would patch this update ASAP so that you are not at risk. 


iPhone Disassembler

Apple has been using these Daisy robots for a long time to eliminate decommissioned phones. Here is a closer look on how this is being done with robots. 


Telsa with no charger

Yes this is correct, now Telsa's is no longer including their chargers on their delivery cars. This is now sold separately. Figuring adding now an extra $275 to $400 for device. 

This is now a sure clear sign that manufactures are now getting ready and want you cough the extra bucks so that you can use their products. 


Apple minus the charger gain

Apple recently removed its new charger on its current iPhone and let's just say it just slashed a big bundle of their costs that the company was able to amass more profit than it was imagined.

Who would think that just removing one bulky item, can be a game-changer. 



Smartphones Weather

Here is an interesting project to collect information all around the world using smartphones so that we can accurately improve weather forecasts.
It's an interesting project and I hope that they call pull enough data to make weather forecasting easier to do. 


Meta Testing Money Tools

It looks like FB is testing digital assets and experiences to create a metaverse. This will be interesting to see how they move ahead in the coming years.
The company has been betting on this for some time and might be in a great position now to change the world we live in already. 



Nice cool and very well-put-together AR glasses unfortunately it needs more so that it can easily connect to other devices and be wireless. I am going to keep a close eye on this device and hope that they can offer more for the current price. 


Google Maps New Icons

Google Maps just released new icons when navigating which is traffic lights and stops signs. It's going to make very useful for users to drive with the help of the new icons. 
Not only does it simplify your driving experience, but makes sure you do not miss a turn. 


Microsoft reveals work day changes

Microsoft is noticing that the working day has changed and this is what it discovered. That work from home users have now three peak periods during the day. 

And there is more, so click on the link below to see how everything has dramatically changed when compared to the standard 9am to 5pm work day.  


Hide iOS Apps

Here is a great way to hide applications from your iPhone but not remove them. Unfortunately Apple always include certain applications that cannot be removed. So instead of throwing them into a folder on your phone, why not just hide them. 


Microsoft from '85 to '22

Here is a look back at Microsoft from 1985 all the way until 2022 and how they quickly dominated the world. 

Windows changed the world of computing and might be here longer than many anticipated. 

Let's take a drive back to memory lane. 


Learn USB & Thunderbolt

Need a more understanding of USB & Thunderbolt, here is some resourceful information on the technology standards so that you can easily troubleshoot when problems arise. 


Share iCloud with a Family Member

Want to share your iCloud with a family member, then here are the steps on how to add family members to your plan so that you can all get the most out of iCloud for the entire family. 


Samsung Galaxy Security Shock

It looks like Samsung Galaxy users have a security problem with phone applications. Hackers can now take control of their phone and basically almost do anything on their devices. The bad thing is that the pre-installed apps have an insecure component that allows these flaws to exist so it's going to be a while before anything is done. 

But is not all bad news for all Samsung users, read the link below for more information. 



Lure Workers Back

Working from home during Covid has change my companies drastically that now it's making it difficult to bring the workforce back from home. One company like Google is now trying to lure their employee's back and this is how they are doing it.



Here is a Microsoft  spreadsheet alternative that's trying to compete with Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets. It's definitely different with lots of powerful tools attached to it. You must see it in action in order to appreciate what it can do for you and that's just the beginning. 




Google Chat Update

Google chat is now allowing users to create group chats known as Spaces and slowly but surely it's starting to resemble like it's competitor Slack.

I just do not know why it's taking them so long to get with the program, while Slack user's continue to grow.


Microsoft Autopatch

Microsoft autopatch is coming in July and this is what you should know. Like Patch Tuesday, autopatch will have feature updates for drivers, firmware and Microsoft 365 apps. So administrators can easily keep computers updated. 


Dealership Marks

This site named Markups.org is helping consumers get the best out of their dollar when purchasing a car. Unfortunately since now things are harder to buy, you want to make sure you get the best deal for your car. Now buying a car should not be difficult and until dealerships are more regulated, purchasing a car is going to be for now still a haggling game. 




CompTIA certifications

If you are thinking of IT as a career here are some great certifications to build your skills. I would first start with CompTIA A+ and then move up from the direction. 

Now note in the real world getting certified does not land you a specific pay grade, but it does let you stand out from the rest. 


AWS EC2 vs Azure

Here are some pretty good comparisons if you are deciding to go to cloud and just note who currently has the best services. Now AWS has been at this for a while, but Azure is not that far behind.

Now before you pick your provider I would narrow down on the services you are looking for and then decide on who you would rather give your business to. 

Not all cloud providers are the same, but they do give similar services. 


PlayStation Emulators

From time to time you might want to play games on your computer instead of your PlayStation, when doing so here are some great emulators that you help you share that gaming experience. 


FB Unfriended Finder

If you are still using Facebook and from time to time want a simple way to see who unfriended you, you can add this cool Chrome extension to narrow things out. 

But don't take it personal, remember it's just Facebook. 




Surface Pro Users

If you have a Surface Pro here is some cool interesting games you might want to download just to keep your mind busy when you are doing nothing.


Chrome OS Camera

It looks like a recent Chrome OS update broke some Chromebook camera's. But luckily there is a fix for this and hopefully users will be able to use their cameras again  soon. 


Google Play to Hide OD Apps

It looks like Google Play Store just made a new security update by hiding outdated applications in it's play store for security. The company has been beefing up security for quite some time and this just puts them in a better position to force developers to update their software.

It's a positive move in the right direction and I hope developers fix their bugs quickly so they still can have a presence in their store. 


Stolen or Lost iPhone problem

If you want to repair a stolen or lost iPhone and try to have it repaired at an Apple store, you may be out of luck. Apple is instructed authorized service providers to refuse the repair, so you might have to go elsewhere to fix the device. So beware of the consequences when buying used phones. 


Android Lightning Port

Engineers are now trying to create a lightning Android device. If all goes well this can be the new generation in which electronic devices carry a universal charger for all. 

It's great news to see the unity of devices to a common charging port. Let's hope this is the beginning of many more things to happen in the future. 


Chrome v100

 Google Chrome just recently reached version 100 and I must admit the browser keeps on getting better and better. Let's hope that they can keep it going and continue their success on keeping everyone safe and connected when surfing online.



UPS eQuad Electric Bikes

UPS is testing some electric quad bikes for delivery service. The mini UPS truck makes it easier for drivers to navigate through streets, narrow alleys, and congested areas. 
They are not that fast and hold small packages but it will make it easier for drivers to carry packages to their destinations where now their trucks cannot get through.


IPv4 vs IPv6

When comparing the two protocols you always wonder which was faster, now here is an easy explanation of the two different technologies and why IPv6 can be slower than IPv4.


Google Drones Take Off

Google is testing low-frequency robots for commercial deliveries such as Amazon, Walmart, and Google and if all goes as planned you can be seeing services across the country. 

I am excited about the rollout and to see how this will revolutionize delivery services. 


iPad Battery Pull tabs

It looks like Apple is now making the iPad easier to repair by putting in iPad battery pull tabs. Now if you had repaired old iPads the adhesive was stronger, now it will be easier to do that DYI users can do it themselves on this new version. This is a plus for Apple to encourage self-service repairs.


Tiffany & Co April Fools Joke

It looks like this year Tiffany got everyone on April Fools Day with their cryptocurrency and what everyone thought was fake was actually very real. Say hello to the TiffCoin.

Now let's see how fast user's are going to swallow up these coins before their gone. 


Kommoda e-bike

E-bikes are ruling the world and this is a very powerful bike similar to having a scooter. If you are in the market for an electric bike, this is an nice option. But bear in mind that getting an e-bike can be dangerous, and always weigh your options before purchasing one.


Apple 9 inch foldable

It looks like Apple is currently testing a 9 inch foldable iPhone but it's not any time soon expected. As per the article it looks like the company is putting it's priorities on large and medium devices before it goes to it's small devices. 

I think this is a pretty foolish move while Android continues to gain market share. It's a move like this that could just could kill Apple all together. 

Apple should learn from Motorola's past rise and fall. 


Apple IT SMB Package

 Apple has recently introduced a beta package for small businesses to manage their devices. The package helps push pre-configured packages to employees similar to Jamf.

It's beyond me what took them so long to offer these services to companies. 



iOS 15.4.1 Fix

It looks like Apple again patched its zero-day exploits with its iOS and if you are an Apple user make sure you read this information before updating. 

I would also google Forbes iOS update should you update as well to see if users are having problems with the update. 


Nike Fake NFTs

It looks like Nike is taking legal action to go after users who are making fake NFTs without their permission. And if they succeed this will be the first NFT regulation on trademarks. 


Land for Metaverse

It sort of sounds crazy but buying land as the new applications are created will eventually be very profitable to new users who just want a place in the Metaverse. 

Imagine everyone getting together and doing a meeting, playing games, or socializing in a virtual world. 


Kaspersky Risk

It's long known that this cybersecurity firm was a risk and now it's clear where the FCC stands with the company. I guess with the recent war and current restrictions now was a great time to publish this. 


Night Vision Dashcam

This camera is a lifesaver for night driving, now I would love to see this technology added by the car manufacturers to make night driving easier to do. It's the little things like this that can make a difference for defensive driving. 


Hyundai's Solar car roof

This new solar car roof is going to help EV discharges in the future on power consumption. Not only is it going to help the car save on electricity but as technology advances maybe eventually add some more miles to our current car. Let's wait and see to what the future holds for EV vechicles. 


Florida DMV License

Florida soon will be will enable their mobile drivers license and you can if you want download the application to your mobile phone so when it becomes available you will be ahead of the game.


iOS 15.4 Battery Drain

Here is what you should be aware of iOS 15.4 upgrade, besides losing more battery as per Apple this is normal. But I wonder if it's just Apple just being sloppy when upgrading their software and refusing to fix their ongoing battery life problem with their devices. 

Here are some recommended fixes if you are trying to find solutions to your problem.



iOS 15.4 Arizonians

It looks like these residents in Arizona can now add their state driver's license and IDs to their Apple Wallet. As states, one by one migrate into the new digital wallet make it easier for users to present at checkpoints. Get ready for a major upgrade to virtual IDs.


Troubleshoot Window Freezes

Here are some good tips to troubleshoot Window freezes. This always requires lots of patience, you need to wait until things free up so that you can save your file and continue.

Then try Cntrl + Alt + Del and wait for the screen to blank before selecting task manager. In task manager click more details, if visible and any non-responsive program should be highlighted and you can attempt to close it or try to recover it. This will take you to a detail tab, where processes are listed with more information on their status. 

Right-click the non-responding thread and choose to Analyze the wait chain. This waits to use resources being used elsewhere which can result in the program freezing. 

And Sometimes the Task Manager appears to have no effect. In these circumstances, you may be forced to reboot. 


Lazesoft Recovery Software

If the need for recovery software for Windows then Lazesoft suite is a great solution. Not only can you recover Windows but you can also do used for Data Recovery, Disk Image, and Password retrieval. 



Google Plus Codes

Here is digital addressing for the entire world. With Plus Codes instead of an address or street name or numbers you use latitude and longitude. 

It's a better mapping system for deliveries and emergency services to be easily found. 


AWS Sanctions in Russia

It looks like Amazon Cloud stop taking new customers in Russia, Belarus. Although this is minimal it does curb current business activities and who knows if they will even impose drastic measures to current retail activity in the country. 



Let the Bots Begin

Uber spinout service expands and lets just say that this is the beginning of the expansion of sidewalk robots to carry out everyday deliveries.

It's only a matter of time before other companies start the doing the same, and reshape the future. 


First Web3 Brower

Want to be the first to experience the first Web3 crypto browser, then take a like at Opera Crypto Browser. It's still in beta but a great way to add Telegram and Discord with just a few clicks of the mouse. 


QR Code Phishing

With the recent outbreaks, more QR codes are appearing almost everywhere so that you decrease the chances of getting germs. 

Now scammers are getting clever and trying to outsmart you, so be careful, and if something looks off just go to the URL directly by yourself. 


Simulated Destruction of Pmpeii

Now science has come together to animate the past to show what possibly occurred with the destructions of the famous city of Pampeii.

Simulating the destruction can explain the bits and pieces of historical evidence that many people have been trying to figure out for years.

Hopefully, this new technology can give us answers to the unexplained past.


Brain Activity of a dying Person

This is a touchy topic but it is amazing on how they were able to record what a person goes through in there final stage of life. Hopefully one day we will be able to decode this and understand more. But for someone who lived so long I am wondering if on the final stage the brain does a recap of what the users experience throughout their life until the end. 


Chrome OS Flex

Chrome is taking its OS to a new level by reviving old hardware using the Chrome OS Flex. Not only will you bring back old hardware to use, but can extend its lifespan.

Anyone looking to extend the lifespan of their equipment should give this software a try. It's a worthwhile consideration. 



Video Doorbell Pro's & Cons

Video doorbells having been popping up almost everywhere and here are the pro's and con's of owning a video doorbell.
Let's just say that new technology is not always the best thing and sometimes it's worth the wait for the technology to get better before you decide to move in that direction. 


Download Twitter Videos

Twitter the popular social site at times has some great information that users may want to download. Now because of regulations, you cannot download videos directly from Twitter.

So if you still need the reference information here are some educational alternatives.



Meal Planners

Looking to plan your meals for the week, here are some resourceful meal planners to help you get ready your meals for the week. 

At first it seems pointless, but if you have a busy schedule, these great tips will keep you in track. 



IRS Tax Calendar

If you are using Outlook and want to add the IRS Tax Calendar reminders for Business and Self-Employed here is a simple way to add the using the IRS website.

All you do is choose the type list and check the ones you want to show up on your Outlook calendar.

Once you download the ics file you just open it using Outlook and the calendar will update and important automatically.


Investment Journal

Today many traders use manual spreadsheets to records their hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly gains but this takes time and the information is limited to how your spreadsheets are set up.
Even though it's very cost-efficient, it's not ideal if you are trying to get analytics.

This is where TraderSync comes in, the software not only reduces your record-keeping time but also gives you an analysis of your trading habits. Using state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence, it analyzes your trades and shows you what works and what doesn't work so that you do not make the same mistakes again. 

It has so many features available that I am definitely confident that within the time it will pay for itself. 



If you are trading Part Time or Full Time, you should be keeping track of all of your current trade deals. Now in order to make better trades, it's important to understand your trading patterns and this is where the trading Journal software comes in. It not only monitors your gains and losses but gives you analytics on what trading pattern works better in your favor to increase your profits.

This software has so much information available that it helps you learn from your mistakes so that you do not make those ongoing mistakes again. It's the ideal tool for users who want more from a spreadsheet showing their gains and losses.

If you are a trader, this is a must need to check and review software. 


Life 360 Selling your data

If you have the cool application called Life 360 on your phone, you data is easily being sold to anyone who wants to buy it. This is how simply the company offers some of it's free services and how it makes it's money, so it's no surprise you get nothing for free. 


Starlink Self Heating Satellite

It looks like Starlink has a pretty cool built-in feature to prevent snow build-up from interfering with the signal. It works so well that now outside critters are taking advantage of the device.

I hope that this does not create a problem in the future for keeping everyone connected. Stay tuned.


Tap to Pay

 Apple announced just recently that they have a new feature called Tap to Pay that allows business customers to tap their devices together to make a payment. So instead of wire transfers and checks here is an easy way to get paid using iOS phones. Only time will tell if this works. 



Free Things Hotels will Give You

Is is some great information on what the hotels will give freely to their customers. You should always ask first just because every hotel is different but here are the list of extras. 


Modified AirTags

AirTag the privacy nightmare is now easily being modified to disable the speakers and easily being sold on the web. When is Apple going to sort out this huge problem before it becomes a mess with bad publicity?