Feeling vain? The latest update to photo sharing app Instagram, version 3.5, brings with it a new feature called “Photos of You,” a repository for all pictures taken with your shining, happy face in them.
Every day, we trust countless Internet companies with our personal information. But do you know which sites truly protect your privacy from government eyes?
We’ll take a look at what types of apps commonly drain your battery power and look into the ways you can keep your iPhone juiced up.
One very important webpage has been rescued from history.
We’ll walk you through where your youngster might be able to find inappropriate content on an Apple iOS device, as well as the tools Apple provides to keep them out of it.
Here are four inexpensive Bluetooth speakers that all sound great and bring a little something different to the table.
INRIX, a traffic monitoring company and app maker, has released a list of the most congested cities in America.
If you have a bookworm in your family, e-books can be an expensive habit. Fortunately, there are great places to find free versions of many popular titles.
Lettrs allows you to send long-form messages to a friend’s inbox or to a real-world mailbox, directly from your iPhone or computer. It’s somewhat like the eCard sites and apps that now let you send cards via the USPS.
As rumor and misinformation circled traditional and new media alike, some Reddit users gathered information from primary sources.
Americans are supposed to pay state taxes on goods purchased online. Only 1.6% of taxpayers do. A new Senate bill could help states change that, and collect billions of dollars in new revenue.
By using a few simple tricks, the scalpel method, you can quickly and easily whittle down your results to get exactly the information you’re looking for.