Tag Archive: Things

Getting started: The first nine things to do with your new Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

Now that you have your brand new Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, take a look at nine of the first things that you should do once you leave the store!

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Fitbit Versa and Android: Top 10 things you need to know

Fitbit’s got a winner on its hands.

I’m a big fan of 2017’s Fitbit Ionic, but as it turns out, a lot of people aren’t. Not pleased at all with the Ionic’s sales performance, Fitbit went back to the drawing board to create something that’d appeal to a larger audience. Five months later, we have the Fitbit Versa.

Where the Ionic is a smartwatch that’s really meant for sports and fitness enthusiasts, the Versa is supposed to be Fitbit’s  [Read More…]

Top 5 things I’d change about the Galaxy S9+

The Galaxy S9+ is great out of the box, but there’s room for improvement.

Samsung decided to take a conservative route with the Galaxy S9 series, with the phones featuring the same design aesthetic as last year’s Galaxy S8 while offering a few select upgrades. The camera now sports variable aperture, the Quad HD Super AMOLED display is 15% brighter, and the devices feature the latest hardware in the form of the Snapdragon 845 and the Exynos  [Read More…]

The first 9 things to do on your new Galaxy S9

From setting up Intelligent Scan to configuring Bixby and Samsung Pay, here’s what you need to know about getting started with the Galaxy S9.

The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are now making their way to eager customers, and there’s plenty to like with either device. Both phones come with a slew of new features, and Samsung’s user interface offers a ton of customization options.

If you’ve just got your hands on your Galaxy S9 or S9+ and  [Read More…]

Top things you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S9’s SD card slot

Knowing a few tips and tricks can help you make the most of your SD card.

Outside of the Galaxy S6 series, Samsung has stood by having a microSD card slot as a major feature of its phones. The great thing about having the slot there is that if you don’t need it, it doesn’t change anything about how you use the phone — but if you do want it, you can add up to 400GB to your phone  [Read More…]

4 things the Garmin Vivoactive does better than the Fitbit Ionic

Choose your fitness tracker wisely, because it will probably last you a while.

Both Fitbit and Garmin have long had a presence in the consumer electronics market, with both companies focusing on fitness gear and GPS accessories. In 2018, that means both companies are producing fitness bands, with notifications and other smartwatch features present as well. Fitbit’s latest device is the Ionic, while Garmin’s current flagship is the Vivoactive 3.

I’ve been wearing the Vivoactive 3 for  [Read More…]

First five things you need to know about Moss for PlayStation VR

Meet Quill, the bravest, strongest mouse ever.

Since we first saw Moss at E3 last year we have been waiting with baited breath for it to arrive, and it finally has! Released on February 27th, it has already stolen our hearts and fills our hours with the beauty of a fully realized world.

Lets take a look at some of the top tips to make your journey through the land of Moss even better.

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Tricks, tips, and tweaks: 10 things every Pixel 2 absolutely must know

The Pixel 2 is one of the best phones you can buy today. Not just for the hardware, but because of the incredible amount of power in Android 8.0 Oreo. Let us help you customize the experience to your exact liking!

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Eight surprising things you can do with Google Maps for Android

Everyone loves Google Maps, but there’s more to the app than meets the eye. Check out these eight great features that Maps even better.

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Chromebooks in the workplace: How one non-profit uses Chrome OS to get things done

Chromebooks and “real” work? It’s possible, even in the enterprise.

Despite its first impression, Chrome OS is great in the workplace. Every type of business needs access to email, internal sites for company announcements, calendars, and other basic tools. For the longest time, Windows has dominated the business landscape, but increasingly Chromebooks are challenging that notion.

During the weekdays, I work for a non-profit focused on mental and behavioral health. We have offices in a few counties  [Read More…]