Tag Archive: Guide


The beginner’s guide to Plex

Plex is an amazing tool to access your media content on all your devices. Here’s a quick beginners guide to getting up and running.

Plex is one of those services that has been around for some time but many of us might have passed over for some reason, be it a lack of understanding of what it actually does, thinking it couldn’t possibly be useful to you, or something else entirely. The truth is, Plex could be  [Read More…]

HTC Vive: The Ultimate Guide

If you’re new to the HTC Vive or a VR veteran, this is your ultimate guide!

Earlier this year HTC debuted it’s first virtual reality headset, the HTC Vive. With the intention of providing high quality experiences to the masses, the headset has emerged as a consumer favorite as of late.

Whether you’re just starting out with the platform or been rocking a headset since launch, we’ve complied the best tips and tricks to take your experience  [Read More…]

The Ultimate Guide to Star Trek: Bridge Crew

Welcome to the Bridge, Ensign. You have a lot to learn.

The best cross-platform multiplayer VR game you can play right now is, without a doubt, Star Trek: Bridge Crew. With no shortage of people to play with at any point of the day and plenty of things to keep your whole crew busy while you’re exploring the frontier, it’s time to get busy.

To help you along, we’ve assembled this Ultimate Guide for getting the most  [Read More…]

Kodi: The ultimate guide

Cord cutters are raving about Kodi.

Kodi is an open-source media center app that’s been developed and built out over the past decade. Its latest build is one of the most complete media centers you’ll find, allowing you to consolidate all your media — videos, music, and photos — into a single destination with a customizable interface that’s both stylish and easy to use. There’s also a slew of third-party add-ons available within Kodi, which grant you  [Read More…]

A guide to buying children’s Bluetooth headphones for smartphones

In this era of mobile gadgets, children also don’t want to be left out of all the fun and ‘cool’ they see all around them. Daddy has this cool gadget he wears over his ears to listen to music on the go and watch movies late at night. And Junior wants one of these children’s […]

PlayStation VR toubleshooting guide

Everything you need to know, just in case something goes wrong.

PlayStation VR is a great system that’s introduced many people to VR, but even the best systems experience problems from time to time. From tracking issues to display issues to audio issues, here’s how to fix pretty much any problem you experience with your PlayStation VR.

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2017 Father’s Day Gift Guide

Dads and tech: It’s a cliché. But it’s also true! Who wants a tie when there’s a new Sonos speaker, or a book when there’s a Galaxy Tab S3 on sale? This year, be the best kind of cliché and get dad a gift he’ll want.

Samsung Galaxy S8

If Dad needs the best of everything, look no further. The Galaxy S8 is the best phone you can buy right now,  [Read More…]

Chromebook Keyboard Buyer’s Guide

The best keyboard you can buy for your Chromebook or Chromebox.

Like most any other laptop, your Chromebook works great with an external keyboard. It’s incredibly easy to use an external display, mouse, and keyboard if you work or play from a desk and Chrome does a great job mirroring to a monitor or having one as an extended display. All you need is the right parts!

Chrome OS supports any USB (wired or wireless) or Bluetooth  [Read More…]

MetroPCS Buyer’s Guide: Everything you need to know

Here’s everything you need to know about the T-Mobile MVNO.

MetroPCS is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) or “alternative carrier”. MVNOs lease coverage from the Big Four networks (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon) and sell it to customers for less. The benefit of an MVNO is that you experience the same level of service as a customer on one of the larger networks, but you can often find talk, text, and data plans for a fraction of  [Read More…]

Sprint buyer’s guide: Everything you need to know

Find out what Sprint has to offer.

Sprint may be fourth amongst America’s top four carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint), but it’s still a big player in the national wireless market, with nearly 60 million subscribers across the country. It was the first carrier to offer “truly unlimited” plans for data, which are still a cornerstone of its mobile business. Sprint operates a nationwide CDMA network in the 800,1900, and 2500 MHz frequency bands, and even combines the  [Read More…]