It’s the holidays, which means a number of us are going to be headed to the airport in the coming week. U.S airlines expect a 5.2 percent increase in air travel during Christmas and New Year’s this year which equates to roughly 2.5 million people a day, according to USA Today. So, if you flew somewhere last year, this…
Google just made it a bit easier for Android users to make charitable donations. The company started rolling out a new donate feature on Google Play this week that allows Android users in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain, Italy, Taiwan, and Indonesia to make a donation to a number of…
When it comes to taking vacations, we all have those bucket list destinations that we know we want to visit. That said, sometimes you also just need to get away for a long weekend and almost anywhere will do. Anywhere that isn’t going to break the bank, of course.
This week, Epic Games made the decision to pull all of its Infinity Blade games from Apple’s App Store. For fans of the franchise, it was a huge bummer. An even bigger bummer: if you had temporarily removed the app from your phone, now you can’t get it back from the App Store.
Krispy Kreme is making it a little easier to spread the holiday cheer around your office tomorrow, by offering a dozen of its original glazed doughnuts for just a buck.
Amazon rolled out a new email-reading feature to its virtual assistant Monday that allows it to read a summary of your new and important messages from the last 24 hours. When it does, you can then opt to read, reply to, delete, or archive those messages, all without powering on your actual computer.
When I was in kindergarten our class participated in a riveting performance of “50 Nifty United States” a song about, you guessed it, the 50 states. Part (and by part I mean 75%) of the song entails singing the names of all 50 states in alphabetical order. Now in my late 30s, I’ve been delighting bar patrons for years…
If you have an Amazon Echo device, then you’ve likely gotten pretty used to saying “Alexa” whenever you want it to do something.
If you’re deaf or hard of hearing, then placing or being part of a Skype call can be a complicated affair. This week, Microsoft rolled out a feature to make things a little easier: captions and subtitles.
If you use Instagram, chances are you’ve already started to see your friends posting collages of their “top 9” photos of the year.
Whenever I fly, I always end up dialing the brightness down on my laptop to its lowest possible setting. In some cases, I’m straining my eyes to be able to see what’s on the screen, but it’s worth it for the precious few extra minutes of battery life I might get while I’m in the air and away from power.
Burger King is running an interesting deal on its iconic Whopper sandwich right now. You can get one for just a penny — provided you’re willing to order it from McDonald’s.
People in the military and active veterans can now score a bit of a discount on Apple products. Apple launched a new online store in the United States this week, specifically for veterans and active military personnel to purchase Apple products at a discount.
One of my favorite Facebook features is the “Save Post” button. I use it at least five or six times a day to save all sorts of things.
If you’re not already a member of Panera’s free-to-join MyPanera program, now might be a good time to sign up.
Fans of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” and “Firefly” can now stream every episode of all three shows for free using Facebook.
If you’re a Christmas-celebrating person then you’re probably familiar with advent calendars. The idea behind them is that you open a small gift every day as part of a countdown to actual Christmas.
If you’re still on the hunt for holiday gifts, Target is offering a pretty sweet deal today: 10% off all gift cards.
Over the past year, all (well, at least most) of us have gotten a little more skeptical about what we read in the news, especially on social media.
Instagram is one of those platforms, like Twitter, that I’ve always considered the content I post to be visible to the masses. Yes, I know both have a “private” option for accounts, but I’ve always thought the value in both was in interacting with people outside your circle.