Turn on Night light in Windows 10 to minimize blue light exposure (tutorial)

Turn on Night light in Windows 10 to minimize blue light exposure (tutorial)

We live in a day and age where we are constantly plugged into our devices. Think about what you do when you’re bored. Watch YouTube videos on your tablet or scroll through social media to see what your friends are up to. I recently gave up social media for the month and I still find myself instinctively going to my phone when I’m bored … Continue Reading >

How to change you keyboard layout to a different language in Windows 10 (tutorial)

How to change you keyboard layout to a different language in Windows 10 (tutorial)

The standard QWERTY keyboard is engrained in most people when it comes to typing. There are other keyboard layouts such as Dvorak and Colemak that are said to be more efficient and faster. The QWERTY keyboard comes standard on almost all laptops and will be fine for all your needs. However, there are times you may want to switch to a different keyboard layout … Continue Reading >

How to find lost AirPods with Find My iPhone (tutorial)

How to find lost AirPods with Find My iPhone (tutorial)

I had my doubts about AirPods the first time I saw someone at the gym wearing a pair. AirPods get a lot of hate for looking like toothbrushes hanging out of your ear. I don’t disagree on that matter. There is something so alien about how AirPods look like in someone’s ear. Despite all the wireless headphones I own, I find myself going back … Continue Reading >

Don’t leave electronics in your car or use them outdoors if you’re dealing with extreme cold

Don’t leave electronics in your car or use them outdoors if you’re dealing with extreme cold

A literal cold bomb has exploded on the eastern seaboard as has released fridged temperatures from Florida to Maine. Subzero temperatures are expected through the weekend and I hope that means you’re staying inside and safe from the bone-chilling cold. This storm is particularly interesting because it is truly described as a “bomb cyclone” due to a steep drop in atmospheric pressure that is prolonging the … Continue Reading >

Replace your iPhone battery for only $29

Replace your iPhone battery for only $29

By now, you should know that Apple admitted to slowing down performance on iPhones with older batteries. Looks like all the accusations and conspiracy theories about older iPhones slowing down were correct. Tons of people are pissed that this is true but the anger shouldn’t be directed towards Apple’s decision to slow down phones. The bigger issue is Apple’s lack of transparency. The overall … Continue Reading >

How to share and receive files with AirDrop (tutorial)

How to share and receive files with AirDrop (tutorial)

AirDrop is a feature that everyone seems to forget about. It’s a really simple way of sharing your photos, videos, websites, locations, and other items wirelessly. AirDrop uses Bluetooth to create a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi network between devices. Sure, you can send things over iMessage, but AirDrop has one clear advantage. It is a device-to-device transfer so it can transfer files even when there is … Continue Reading >

How to locate your iOS devices with Find My iPhone (tutorial)

How to locate your iOS devices with Find My iPhone (tutorial)

You reach into your pocket and you realize they’re both empty. You start getting frantic, retracing your steps and asking everyone around you if they’ve seen your phone. It’s a situation that everyone goes through at one point or another. It happens to me once a month. It’s the price I pay for tight jeans and an iPhone 8 Plus. Luckily, iOS has the … Continue Reading >