Tag Archive: Options


Need to print from your Chromebook? These are your best options

Contrary to what you might hear, you can print from a Chromebook, but it’s not as simple as you may think. Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you’ll be stuck never printing from your Chromebook, ever! With these printers, not only are they compatible in connecting to your Chromebook, but they require very little set up and allow you to print from your Chromebook no matter where you are.

Save time and frustration Canon MX492 Wireless All-In-One Chromebook Compatible

The  [Read More…]

Regret buying an app? Here are your options

Have you ever purchased an app from the Google Play Store only to find yourself hating it just moments after you’ve open it? Well, the good news is that you can get a refund rather easily. But you need to act fast.

Below you’ll find the steps you need to take in order to get a refund on a purchase from Google Play.

The quick way to get a refund

If you tested the app immediately after you’ve downloaded it  [Read More…]

Gear Up: Check out our favorite smart wallet options

Smart products are everywhere. Anything that we can add technology to, we usually end up doing. That ranges from everything like lights, fans, and security systems to garage doors, car chargers, and more.

Adding smart technology to otherwise dumb products can be a real game changer. No longer do we have to wonder if that shadowy figure in front of our door is a robber or sweet old grandma. Now we can unlock the front door of our home so  [Read More…]

Philips Hue’s portable Go LED Smart Light offers millions of color options

Light up your night with your favorite shade.

The Philips Hue Go Dimmable LED Smart Light is currently on sale at Amazon for just $ 63.89. When not discounted, it can regularly be found selling for up to $ 80. This deal is part of a larger Philips Hue sale which is offering 20% off all Philips Hue products at Amazon over the Labor Day weekend.

This portable LED Smart Light is wireless and can be controlled  [Read More…]

Five Developer options even the average user should use

You might not know this, but Android has some nifty and unique features hidden in a secret menu called Developer options. But even if these options are built for the convenience of developers who need additional functions to test apps they are writing, it doesn’t mean the regular user can’t benefit from trying them out.

Also, it wouldn’t hurt to know a bit about these hidden Developer options. Especially since some can actually help you improve your overall Android experience.  [Read More…]

AR Emoji update improves facial tracking and custom options on the Galaxy S9

Is anyone still using these?

When Samsung announced the Galaxy S9 and S9+ earlier this year, one of the more whimsical new features demoed was AR Emoji, Samsung’s competitor to the iPhone X’s Animoji. In short, the app scans your face and quickly spits out an animated version of you, with facial tracking and customizable options for hair, clothing, and skin tone.

With the latest update to AR Emoji, those custom options are expanding to help you  [Read More…]

Curiosity Stream, AMC Premiere are now options on YouTube TV

Documentaries and AMC’s best can now be had for just a few bucks a month.

YouTube TV today added a couple more options to its premium add-on choices.

The first is Curiosity Stream — more than 1,700 documentaries on science, history, tech and nature.

Here’s the party line:

Launched by Discovery Communications founder and media visionary John Hendricks, CuriosityStream is the award-winning streaming and on-demand destination where viewers can journey through our world and beyond. Our immersive experiences feature  [Read More…]

Sprint retires its Unlimited Freedom plan, offers two new “unlimited” options instead

While awaiting the merger with T-Mobile, Sprint this week took the opportunity to unveil two new unlimited data plans, which will replace its single Sprint Unlimited Freedom plan.

The nation’s fourth-largest wireless provider is basically splitting its current unlimited data plan into two new plans with different data allotments and restrictions. Interestingly enough, both are still referred to as “unlimited”.

What’s the difference: Sprint Unlimited Basic vs Unlimited Plus

The first plan called Unlimited Basic is actually a watered-down version  [Read More…]

Sprint restructures unlimited plans into four options

In its quest to remain competitive, Sprint is restructuring its unlimited plans into four options. These include Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus, Unlimited Military, and Unlimited 55+. Each plan features unique offerings and pricing, so it’s best to dive right in to the details.

Unlimited Basic Unlimited voice/text/data 500MB LTE mobile hotspot data 480p video streaming Canada/Mexico roaming: unlimited talk/text, 5GB of LTE data Global text/data roaming (not unlimited) Hulu Limited Commercials plan included $ 32/month per line, with five  [Read More…]

The UMIDIGI Z2 lineup sports one of the best color options (Promoted)

Over the last few months, the UMIDIGI Z2 and Z2 Pro have been continuously teased. These devices are hoping to help change the market thanks to the solid specs, amazing build, and gorgeous color options.

UMIDIGI is including the standard color options such as Black, but you won’t want that one. Instead, you’ll want to jump for either the Twilight or Twilight Black options.

At first glance, you may think that this is the same color that is offered by  [Read More…]