So you're feeling high as a kite after figuring out how to take a screenshot with your LG G Flex of that tiny, little fireball Justin Bieber. Maybe you even learned how to add or remove apps from your LG G Flex to boot. Now you want to know how to access the phone's SIM card. No worries, it's actually easier than you think. For the lowdown, check out my LG G Flex SIM card tutorial.
Two-timing usually isn't a good thing. Unless you're talking about a USB drive that works with both computers and smartphones. Then it's called being versatile. On that note, read on for my Sandisk Ultra Dual USB Drive review.
What's tiny and belts out tunes? No, I'm not talking about Justin Bieber. Instead, I'm talking about a diminutive speaker that's wireless, water-resistant, shock-resistant and dustproof to boot. For more details, check out my review of the Outdoor Tech Buckshot speaker. I promise not to throw any eggs.
So you're lazing by the pool in your silk crimson bathrobe and thinking you need some tunes to turn your personal pool party into a bonafide pahr-tay. Well, just because no one wants to come to your little watery shindig doesn't mean it's gotta be quiet. For a potential option, check out my review of the ECOXGEAR ECOROX waterproof Bluetooth speaker.
For my second tutorial for the LG G Flex smartphone, I provide some quick pointers on how to move or delete apps from the home screen. For the lowdown, get in touch with your touchy-feely self and check out my "LG G Flex Tutorial: Moving and Deleting Apps" article.
Curved IMAX movie screens are nice and all, but what about a curved phone? That's what LG is trying to bring to the table with its new G Flex smartphone. I serve up a couple of tutorials this week on how to use the device, starting with how to take a screenshot and crop images and pictures with this smartphone. You can even say I'm ahead of the curve. Yes, that was a bad pun but you'll live. Hit the link for the "LG G Flex Tutorial: How to Take a Screenshot and Crop Photos."
I kicked off the Gadget Gift Guide for women earlier this week in preparation for Valentine's Day. Now check out the second part of the aforementioned gift guide with the Girls Gadget Gift Guide for Guys Part II.
What do women want? For guys, this is pretty much a trick question that haunts generations. In short, never trust a guy who says he knows what women want. Like, say, a guy who comes up with a gadget gift guide for women. Yeah, I know right? Check out Part I of my Girls Gadget Gift Guide for Guys.
As someone who gets to try all sorts of cool gadgets, I take great pains to make sure I don't turn into the tech equivalent of a food snob. It's something I definitely had in mind as I checked out yet another budget wireless speaker. For more, read my review of the Divoom Bluetune Bean.
Music can be a very personal medium, and I'm not just talking about taste — or the lack thereof — in artists. Sometimes, the medium or delivery method also can be a matter of frenzied debate, especially when it comes to digital vs. analog audio. This week, I look at a digital-to-analog converter for improving sound from a Mac or Windows computer. Check out my Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS review for the lowdown.