How to reset your Android home screen back to the default

Find out how to reset your Android smartphone to the default home screen. Read More

How to fix the dreaded Google Cloud printer offline issue

If your Google Cloud ready printer has gone offline, no amount of hairpulling will bring it back. Here’s a fix that should solve your problem. Read More

How to solve the dreaded Wi-Fi exclamation point

If you’ve been experiencing the dreaded “!” error in your Android Lollipop Wi-Fi connections, Jack Wallen has a solution that will fix the issue. Read More

List lovers must-have: Listables, a cloud-based, crowd-sourced checklist app

If you’re a lover of lists, you’ll appreciate the cloud-powered Listables community and mobile app. Read More

How to use the new app permissions in Android 10

Android 10 is on the horizon. One change for the better is app permissions. Read More

Top 5 email clients for Android

Whether you need something stock, are an Exchange power user, or somewhere in between–there is an email client for you. Read More

Android Security Bulletin March 2019: What you need to know

Another month is here and Android finds itself with a mixture of Critical and High vulnerabilities. Read More

How to access your Android phone’s texts and photos in Windows 10

You can view photos and text messages from your Android device directly in Windows 10. Follow these step-by-step instructions on how to use the Your Phone Companion app. Read More

T-Mobile’s cable ‘alternative’ costs $100 per month, sounds a lot like cable

T-Mobile T-Mobile announced TVision, its alternative to a traditional cable subscription. The service costs $100 per month and requires you to have an existing broadband subscription. It’s hard to see TVision as a true disruption to the cable industry at this price point and with these limitations. In a press release…

YouTube developing ‘Bandersnatch’-style choice-based programming

Rolling Stone According to a new report from Bloomberg, YouTube is currently at work developing choose-your-own-outcome programs, similar to the Black Mirror episode “Bandersnatch,” which made its debut on Netflix at the end of 2018. In addition to “Bandersnatch”-style videos — shot and edited before release — there could also be…