If it seems like the battery in your Android phone lasts about as long as a bowl of ice cream on a hot summer day, you aren’t alone. Short battery life is one of the most common issues that we’re likely to encounter with our smart phones.
Have you ever been in a setting where complete silence was expected only to have your smart phone start ringing?
If you subscribe to Comcast’s Xfinity cable TV service, you can easily watch your favorite shows on your computer, smart phone or tablet, and it won’t cost you a penny extra.
If you’re an iPhone user you probably know that keeping as much of your phone’s memory free as possible will help it run faster and also prevent glitches and freeze-ups.
If you shop at Amazon you’re probably familiar with the emails they send letting their customers know when an order has shipped. But did you know you can have them text you as well?
Question from Sherry K.: My iPhone 5c hangs up on me about once a week. By hangs up I mean it just stops responding to taps, swipes or button presses. In other words, it just freezes up, and it does it at random times.
Question from Janelle S.: I know there probably isn’t a way to do what I’m asking, but I thought I’d ask anyway.
As I mentioned in this post, Samsung has stopped making their ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 smart phones and issued a recall for all of the units that have already been sold.
Most websites now include a mobile version of the site that users will see when they visit the site with a mobile device.
Question from Susan D.: I was waiting to get on the subway the other day when the guy sitting beside me pulled out his iPhone and asked Siri a question.