Archive for the: March, 2014

Use Tina Fey’s Rules for Improv to Work Better

Tina Fey didn’t get to be so successful through sheer talent; it took a lot of hard work. Here’ s how her rules for improv can help you be more productive.

How Do I Shoot Photos in Burst Mode on an iPhone 5s?

You probably already know the iPhone 5s has a great camera. But did you know it has Burst Mode, so you can even take great action shots? Here’s how to use it.

The Complete Guide on How to Export Google Contacts

Knowing how to export Google contacts is useful not only for switching email services but for backing up your information. Here are the easy steps to do it.

7 New Tips to Make iOS 7.1 Easier to See and Use

Complaints about the brightness and lack of visibility in iOS 7 have been addressed in iOS 7.1, which has many settings to make things easier to see.

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How to Sync Google Contacts with the Apple Address Book

Check out these steps to sync your contacts with Mac Address Book the right way and avoid annoying issues such as duplicate Google contacts.

How Do I Use the Windows 8 Start Screen?

The Windows 8 Start screen has thrown a lot of people for a loop, but using it is easier than you think. Here’s a look at what you can do with it.

How to Use Bitcasa Cloud Storage and Mirroring on OS X

Running out of space on your hard drive or just want to back up your files? Bitcasa’s cloud storage is a great option. Here’s how to use it.

How to Use Siri to Add Tasks to Remember The Milk

Remember The Milk can work with Siri, allowing you to bypass the iOS Reminders app and use one of the best to-do list apps out there. Here’s how to set it up.

7 Google Plus Hacks You Need to Know

Check out these hidden features and shortcuts to help you not only use Google+ but use it like a pro.

How to Troubleshoot Data-Gobbling iPhone Apps

Tired of paying overage fees on your iPhone bill? Here’s how to figure out what apps are eating up all that data on your iPhone and clamp down on them.