New technology and electronics are always changing, and selecting exactly which ones you need and don’t need can be very daunting. Our articles provide the information in an easy-to-read, digestible way to help make smarter technology decisions.
It used to be that video editing was only for hard working industry professionals. They were able to edit video to make sure that their vision showed up on the screen. With the introduction of smartphones and the prevalence of recording abilities, now everyone has the capability of editing your own videos.
Smartwatches are popping up all over the industry. They help people keep tabs on their health and offer a slew of information conveniently at the wrist. Simple tasks such as checking notifications can now be easily glanced at on a smartwatch, without having to pull out a phone.
Most of today's smartphones also include a high-powered digital camera capable of taking absolutely stunning photographs. Unfortunately, no matter how advanced your camera may be, there are any number of situations, events or circumstances that can turn a precious memory into an eyesore. From red-eye to photobombers to sun flares, all manner of imperfections may show up in your photos that you may not even notice at the time.
What kind of computer do you need? What kind of computer do you want? While these are two similar, but very separate questions, they can be hard to answer without knowing how a computer works and how much everything costs.
Podcasts have risen in popularity over the last several years and the reasons for why more people tune in are many. One reason people consume podcasts is because the format fits easily into the busy lives of the modern world. A podcast is easy to listen to during a drive to work, when lying in bed, going for a walk or even when cooking dinner.