A cell phone ring holder is a helpful and clever way to keep a grip on your smartphone at all times. A phone grip ring sticks securely onto most smartphones, tablets, and phone cases. And it folds completely flat when you’re not using it. It also helps with taking selfies, one-handed typing & texting, and taking action photos on the fly. I’ve used an iRing phone finger ring for years now and have gifted many of them too. See why everyone loves the iRing!
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It’s been around for ages but maybe you haven’t HEARD it (see what I did there?). The mosquito ringtone teenagers can hear but most adults cannot. The mosquito sound is a high frequency tone that might just be enabling your teen to use their phone even when they aren’t supposed to and you don’t even know it.
Have you ever lost your smartphone? I have. It’s a terrible feeling! I left my phone in a women’s bathroom — never to be seen again (by me anyway). Smartphone security should be as high on your list as laptop security. Follow these 7 tips for increased cellphone security and download the suggested phone security apps to keep your phone safe at all times.
Want to donate or recycle your old cell phone? Cell phone recycling is a win-win for everyone — including our planet! Here’s how to recycle cell phones to help the environment and raise money for charitable organizations by donating old phones. Plus, info about the data eraser apps so you can delete all of the personal information from your phone before you donate it.
Even in a text-savvy and tech-savvy world, the need for a phone conference is still very important for many businesses. Choosing the best free conference call platform is important too. Here are my top 5 picks.
Eye tracking technology is not a new concept — but it’s still relatively new to our smartphones. I was very curious about eye tracking and figure you might have some questions too so here’s what I found out.
Are your cell phone batteries constantly running low? Feel like you need to keep recharging your rechargeable lithium ion battery just to be able to use your cell phone? Here’s how to prolong your cell phone battery life, as well as the life of batteries used in other electronics — like digital cameras, iPods, laptops, and more!
Harsh chemicals such as ammonia or alcohol can do serious damage to LCD (liquid crystal display) screens, as well as plasma TVs and computer monitors. That includes all laptops and portable video games. Virtually any device that produces a picture that is manufactured today will be damaged by harsh cleaning chemicals.
Read this before you buy new wallets & purses with RFID protection! The facts about the security of chip credit cards and how electronic pickpocketing works
Before you buy a USB car charger, you might want to consider the Nonda ZUS smart car charger. It charges 2x faster, has 2 USB ports, and has GPS capabilities!
Most USB wall chargers are large bulky gadgets that plug into an outlet. The SnapPower USB wall outlet coverplate charges your phone w/o using an outlet plug
Take selfies? Use your phone in the car often? Time to consider which phone accessories you REALLY need. Here are the top 10 worth considering.
If your Android phone isn’t working properly, putting it in Safe Mode may help you troubleshoot the problem. It’s how you can tell if an app is the problem.
Here are the top 5 cell phone accessories you should never buy. They may seem cool at first, but here are some reasons to think twice!
Bill Ford Jr. told us that Ford Motor Company strives to be a technology leader. That’s an interesting goal for a car company! Here’s how Ford is turning the car into a lifestyle tool…
I switched from the Droid X for the Galaxy Nexus cell phone. So did my hubby. See which apps I consider to be “must-haves” for the Galaxy Nexus, as well as all of the great things (and the not-so-great things) that hubby and I have noticed about this phone.
If you’re thinking of getting an iPhone or an Android phone for the first time, then you will appreciate this summary of the similarities and differences between these 2 smartphones.
As long as you have hi-speed Internet, you can use Magic Jack for your phone calls and never have to pay a phone bill again! Here’s a video review from someone who’s been using the MagicJack for a year now.
I recently utilized 2 different services to trade electronics for cash through the mail: Gazelle and Cell For Cash. I had excellent, fast, professional results with one of them. And, after a bit of a glitch within the company, the other one pulled through and paid in full as well. Here’s my advice if you wish to trade electronics for cash.
Canceling cell phone contracts can be difficult, but if you really want to cancel a mobile phone contract, there ARE some things you can do. Here are the best, tried & true ways that others have used to get out of their cell phone contracts.
Choosing the right e-book reader can be tricky, especially since there are so many options these days. With the popularity of e-books, the need for ebook readers for people on the go has dramatically increased in the last few years or so. As somebody who both writes and reads e-books on a regular basis, I […]
Ebook readers are becoming more and more popular as e-books in general become more popular, and Amazon’s Kindle reader is no exception to this rule. Amazon just recently introduced the new Kindle 2 wireless reader. It has some nice features, but it is debatable as to whether or not it is better than the Kindle […]
I’m completely clueless when it comes to downloading free ringtones. I mean I know HOW to do it — you just upload a file to your cell phone. But I never really knew how to find decent sites that could be trusted for downloading a new ringtone to my phone. I finally found some ringtone sites that can, indeed, be trusted. And yes, they’re FREE.
See why we’ve decided to stick with Cingular — now AT&T — rather than making the switch to Verizon like we’d planned to. Plus, some of the pros and cons of both services. Plus, tips for canceling your Verizon cell phone contract — without any fees or penalties!
I just noticed that Georgia will be switching to mandatory 10-digital dialing on April 3rd. They’re not the first — or the last — to do so. But it got me thinking: A) Just how many more NUMBERS must we humans be required to remember in order to perform the multitude of tasks that we […]
They say 2005 was the year of the iPod… I was reading about the skyrocketing sales of iPods and iPod accessories recently, when I noticed a number of really unique inventions that make it easier than ever to incorporate an iPod into your daily life. “For every $3 spent on an iPod, at least $1 […]
Who knew?… Here are a few things to keep in mind before you save something onto a CD or DVD. If you will be buying new CDs or DVDs soon… Or, if you plan to burn data, pictures, or music onto a CD or DVD in the near future… then check here first. Following are […]
I have studied the effects of “driver distractions” on car crashes before, so I decided I’d better try one of these headsets! THIS, my friends, is a classic case of driver distraction!… The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that 10% of drivers are using a phone. Source Eager to be communicating more safely […]
It took two “brainwashing sessions” to get me to buy into the fact that we do, in fact, need Satellite Radio. Specifically, XM (as opposed to Sirius) Satellite Radio. First, Jim made Neil show me his new portable XM Satellite Radio at a softball game one night. Then, Neil invited us to set our home […]