Thursday, January 8, 2015

2 things that could happen with the Smartwatch Market

My bet's on Pebble with a piece of the watch market already latched onto their product.

Smartwatch Wars

Apple Watch Demo

Smart watches are in for 2015, there are tons to choose from but today i'm taking a look at the demo by Pipes. Gives a slick way to demo the apple watch before you buy it. Link Below

Apple Watch Demo

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Kindle Paperwhite Force Refresh

                             Paper white not refreshing content? That's a pain, try this out.

              1. Tap your thee horizontal lines at the top right hand corner

2. Tap your three horizontal lines once more.

3.Tap Restart, this will force reset with Amazons servers.

4. Enjoy

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

How to update your Chromebook

Chromebook are are great way to get all your daily tasks done, with it's portability speed and updates from good it's a great choice for anyone. Here's a tip for updating your Chromebook.

1. At the bottom right hand conee you'll see a arrow pointing up, tap on it. 

2. The Chromebook will restart with the new version

3. Enjoy your Chromebook as usual 

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Summertime Pebble Battery Tip

It's summertime and your pebble watch is getting a ton of sun out there,why not save some battery to save some juice? Here's a quick tip.

1. Open settings on your pebble watch

2. Open the display menu

3. Change the backlight option to "off" 

Your Pebble has a great screen in bright light environments, save some juice and enjoy the extra days of battery life.

Monday, June 9, 2014

Turning off ICloud Keychain

Don't want iCloud Keychain saving your credit cards and passwords? Heresy a tip   On your iphone or iPad open up settings, then tap on iCloud, iCloud Keychain will be toward the middle of the page. From here you can tap the toggle to off so that keychain won't save your passwords or credit cards

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Outlook running out of space? Here's a tip

Most email services give you a limited amount of space for storage, most of the time spam gets into your in box. While using outlook you might have received a message that you're running out of space, here's a tip to clean up your inbox.

 At the top of outlook, open your tools bar, tap on "accounts", select your email account, tap change which is right above it. When the new window opens, tap the advanced tab to the right. The bottom  option will read "remove from server when deleted from deleted items".

Click ok and you're done, your client will sync with the server and delete email that was clogging up the server. Anything that is deleted from outlook will now be reflected on your ISP email website.