It’s only normal that you want to be well informed before downloading a security app for your mobile.
I had the same idea, so this is what I did – I followed up lists of big firms that actually DID the research and figured – I’ll install a few and give each a week of trial run. After my personal research was over, I then sat and wrote down this blog. I really hope it will be helpful to all of you guys who were once unsure which app to go for.
Ever needed to find out the exact date your Google account was created? This date can be very useful in situations such as recovering your account (you forgot your security question and don’t have access to your secondary email).
When it comes to decorating rooms and designing spaces, wouldn’t it be great if you could create a visual image of it first, before investing in expensive furniture or buying a bunch of accent pieces in a specific color?
Especially when you’re contemplating something a little off the beaten path or experimenting with your color palette, being able to picture the end result (literally!) before embarking down an uncertain road would be priceless, right?
Fortunately, you can! Smartphone apps that allow you to become your own interior designer are getting better every day and many of them are price “less”…as in, they’re free!
Perhaps the best part is that the technology isn’t exclusive to design professionals and interior decorators. So, before you waste one more old-school minute creating sketches that are inevitably not to scale, check out a few of these apps that allow you to hold the power of a professional designer in the palm of your hand.
HP recently refreshed their high-end ENVY line of laptops with a new design and Haswell (Intel 4th generation) processors.
With a starting price of $799 and plenty of configuration options, is the new HP ENVY 15 Quad Edition a good value for the money?
TechAirlines first took off on August 5, 2009 at 5:40 PM EDT, which means we are turning four years old today. It’s really been four years already.
Google I/O 2013 kicked off today with a 3.5+ hour keynote, which didn’t feature any new version of Android like it usually does, but still featured numerous exciting announcements, from a new Maps experience to a unified messaging experience.
This is a review of the top announcements from today’s keynote.
Have you upgraded to Windows 8 yet? Launched last fall, Windows 8 received some positive reviews, but also received its fair share of criticism.
Microsoft is hoping to change that and just confirmed rumors of Windows Blue, which will now simply be called Windows 8.1.
Do you use Google Chat? Google stores the logs of all your chats in Gmail, allowing you to easily refer to an old conversation.
Gmail has begun testing a new interface for viewing chat history.