I’ve always been a fan of USB hubs that attaches directly to the MacBook. Back when I was using my old 13″ MacBook Pro, I found the Elecom U2H-TZ300B on that worked really well. Now...
I recently came across the TP-Link HS110 Smart Plug which was priced quite reasonably and had energy monitoring built-in. The fact that it worked with Amazon Alexa made it more intriguing to test it...
If you use public WiFi a lot, I strongly recommend you to check out a VPN service like Private Internet Access to protect yourself.
When I started using the Apple Watch, I was considering getting a stand for it. This was mainly to get the charge cable more organised on my dressing table as it can be rather messy on...
Ever wish for an easy way to type on your iPhone and perhaps wishing that you can use your Mac as a bluetooth keyboard? Read on and find the easiest solution to this!
I’m sure you’ve encountered this situation before. You scan a document with your scanner and save it as a PDF document. And when you need to send it over as an attachment in an email, lo-and-behold, you realises that the scanned document is about 7.86MB large! Just for a grayscale document? Fret not. Here’s how you can compress PDF for free on your Mac by just using what’s already available on your Mac in just 5 minutes and reduce up to 66% in file size!
Here are 5 Apps you must have on your OS X El Capitan Mac which I personally can’t live without. In addition to that, here are also 8 more apps that are great to have if you find a need for them.
If you’re MacBook display has the ‘staingate’ problem where you find ‘stains’ that cannot be wiped off, you will want to check out this post and get it fix.
OS X Yosemite introduced some nice new features to Finder (finally) but is it enough for the power user that you are? Well, find out why I think Path Finder 7 is still the better file manager and would highly recommend you check it out.