Tag Archive: Multiple


Google Maps gets real-time speedometer feature in multiple countries

The feature works on Maps but is not yet supported on Android Auto.

What you need to know The speedometer feature is rolling out to Maps in several countries. Even if your country is on the list it may not be available on your phone yet. Currently works in Maps but is not available on Android Auto.

If you liked when Google added the ability to view speed limits and the locations of speed cameras last week,  [Read More…]

Managing multiple PS4 accounts on one console made easy

Video game consoles are expensive for most families, so it’s understandable that many will have to share between just one. Managing multiple accounts on a single PlayStation 4 is relatively stress free, though it’s easy to feel overwhelmed if you’re unfamiliar with the process. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Creating multiple accounts

Before you even begin to set up multiple accounts, you’ll need to set up your first one.

Turn on your PS4 console.  [Read More…]

Microsoft To-Do now works with multiple accounts on Android

Keeping your work and personal tasks separate just became a little easier with To-Do’s latest update.

Microsoft is shipping out a relatively small update for To-Do on Android today, but it’s likely to be a welcome one for anyone juggling work and personal tasks. The app now supports signing in with multiple accounts, making it easier to keep them separate and averting the possibility of sharing a potentially embarrassing set of tasks with your boss.

Switching between  [Read More…]

Fast Pair Bluetooth accessories now sync across multiple Android devices

Support for Chromebooks is coming in 2019.

In October 2017, Google unveiled a new Bluetooth feature for Android devices called “Fast Pair.” With a Bluetooth accessory that’s Fast Pair compatible, setup is as easy as turning it on, having it near your Android phone/tablet, and then tapping a notification to instantly get everything paired. Fast Pair is a lot easier than messing with traditional Bluetooth menus, and now it’s getting even better.

On the Android Developers Blog,  [Read More…]

Verizon unveils new app that lets you add multiple numbers to one device

Verizon announced a new solution for people on its network who carry multiple phones for personal and business use.

The carrier launched a new app called My Numbers which lets subscribers add up to four additional numbers to one smartphone. Interested parties can download the application via the Play Store.

Verizon’s My Numbers is not a free service

Each line costs $ 15 and comes with unlimited calling and texting, but also with its own voicemail, inbox and texting services.  [Read More…]

Noise isolation and multiple gestures set TicPods Free apart

These wireless earbuds have a lot promise, but a few UI choices are holding it back.

I know what you’re thinking. “Oh, look, another AirPod clone.” Mobvoi’s TicPods Free may share some basic design features with Apple’s touch-controlled wireless earbuds — like a touch-sensitive stalk and wireless charging case — but these buds can do way more than AirPods. Mobvoi’s earbuds have three gesture controls instead of Apple’s lone double-tap control, proper integration for Google Assistant and  [Read More…]

How to stream audio to multiple rooms through Google Home

Do you own at least two Google Home devices? Any combination of Google Home, Home Mini, Home Max, or Home Hub will suffice. Two of one, one each, whatever.

Did you know that you can create a multi-room playback experience where you can play music and other audio across the whole house?   [Read More…]

Can you use multiple monitors with the Raspberry Pi 3 B+?

Best answer: Yes you can use two displays with a Raspberry Pi, but you will need to buy some other components depending on how you want to use those displays. You’ll need an adapter with a DisplayLink chip or a VGA666 Adapter to use it as a true secondary monitor. You should also know in advance: this isn’t easy to set up.

The following products were found on Amazon: Raspberry Pi 3 B+ ($ 40) Cable Creations  [Read More…]

Tronsmart Titan Plus review: The easiest way to charge multiple devices at once

The Tronsmart Titan Plus delivers a total of 90W over five ports.

Tronsmart is a Chinese accessory vendor that primarily deals in charging solutions, with its Titan series being one of the more robust five-port desktop chargers around. The first-gen Titan made its debut over three years ago — offering Quick Charge 2.0 across five ports — and the brand has rolled out an updated variant dubbed the Tronsmart Titan Plus with faster charging speeds.

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The $50 Logitech MX Anywhere 2S wireless mouse covers multiple screens from any surface

An improvement of a classic design.

The Logitech MX Anywhere 2S wireless mouse is down to $ 49.99 on Amazon. This is a match for its lowest price ever and $ 15 off its regular price. It only hit this price once before back in very early May. The price is only good on the Black version as the other colors are selling for around $ 80.

The original MX Anywhere was one of Logitech’s best mice.  [Read More…]