Do you have music, videos and photos on your computer? Can you access them on your phone or tablet? Yes you can using DLNA. Here we see how to stream media to your Android device using DLNA apps.
There are few things better than a good run. It pumps your blood and for a while you outrun all your worries. Rachel Everly looks at the apps that can help you to get fit.
Malware is everywhere, on the internet on your computer, and possibly even on your smartphone, too. It is a constant worry, but there are plenty of mobile security apps to keep your phone safe. Here are three.
Buying a new smartphone? What should you look out for? What features do you need? Lisa Parker has some great advice for anyone looking to upgrade their mobile in the near future.
Are looking for new challenges on your iPhone or iPad? Here are three great games you should take a close look at. They have everything from skateboarding to alien invasions and ninja warriors.
There are so many different taps, swipes and other gestures on the iPhone and iPad that it is hard to remember them all. Here are some tips for using Safari that you should definitely commit to memory.
The iPhone 7 has a new portrait mode that takes pin-sharp photos of people, but blurs the background in a pleasing way. Several Samsung phones have had this feature for ages and here is how to use it.
Have you noticed how warm, hot even, your phone gets sometimes? Heat can be a problem and excessive temperatures can damage the internal components. Here are four Android apps to make your phone cooler.
With 2017 just around the corner, now might be the best time to take a break from the daily grind and travel. Sure, you might know where you want to go, but do you know how to get there and which sightseeing hotspots can help you make the most of your trip?
Data security has always been a major issue in this digital age. Whether it’s for personal or corporate use, having all your confidential information safe is a must.
One of the perks of living in the present times is that you have almost everything you need in your pocket. The times when the phone was used just for conversations are long gone.
Are you a fitness fanatic? Even if you are not, you probably want to improve your fitness and perhaps lose a little weight too. Zakkam William has four apps for your phone that will help you do just that.
There are some new features in Instagram that can make it safer, less irritating and more fun to use. Have you updated to the latest version of the app? Here are the new features you need to know about.
Upgrading your iPhone or iPad to the next generation of iOS or even just a minor point increment requires preparation. Are you prepared? Here is what to do before you upgrade your iOS device.
There are lots of great games for the iPhone, but finding them isn’t easy. To save you the time and effort, here are three top games that are free and entertaining. Take a break and have a play.
Phone Doctor Plus is a utility for iOS and Android that tests the hardware to ensure the phone or tablet is working properly. Version 4 on iOS was recently released, and it’s free for a limited time.
Mobile phone data plans are becoming more generous, but our data consumption is increasing too. Running out of data is a constant worry, so what can be done to reduce our data needs? Here are some tips.
With the advances of technology many changes have happened in many industries, but the way we fill vehicles with gas/petrol is the same old practice that was followed one hundred years before, writes Anand Rajendran.
Ninja Volleyball 2X is an Android and iOS app in which ninjas play volleyball. In addition to the usual volleyball action on the court, there are also ninja special moves to add to the entertainment.
One of the great features of the Google Play Store is that is allows you to install software on your Android devices remotely. This is a clever trick you should be using and here’s your guide.
If you have a fairly recent Samsung phone, there is an option to hide certain content, such as photos, so other people cannot see them. It is a useful privacy feature, but how does it work?