How to enable ‘Hey Cortana’ on Windows 10

How to enable Cortana
Windows 10 sports ‘Cortana’, an efficient virtual assistant designed by Microsoft to help you in your day-to-day computing needs. In addition, Cortana works as a voice-activated personal assistant just like Apple Siri. Cortana can fetch weather updates, find files, do Web searches, set reminder, and a lot of other...

How to extend your iPad and iPhone’s battery life with iOS 9

Improve your device battery life
iOS 9, the latest update to Apple’s mobile operating system, is out worldwide and is giving your iPhone and iPad some new and impressive improvements to lend them a new lease of life. But with all the new things, you might have noticed that your device’s battery life...

How to install multiple updates and programs on different Macs at once

Update Mac
Mac OS X updates and apps are always awesome to get your hands on, but the only infuriating thing about them is their giant-sized installers. The size of some installers even scales up to several gigabytes. You can be exposed to a very difficult time...

How to manage App Permissions in Android 6.0

How to manage App Permissions in Android 6.0
Google has finally provided us with more granular control over app permissions in Android Marshmallow. With Marshmallow, you will be able to have more control over what information and hardware each app is allowed to access. If you want you can also cancel permissions...

How to encrypt your chats with Tor messenger (for Windows PC and Mac only)

Tor Project
Do you want to safeguard your chats from being archived at the office? Well, you can do so by using encryption. The encryption will help you hide your chats from others. Well, the Tor Project comes handy for those having less on no technical expertise...

How to AirPlay videos from your iOS device to Apple TV

iOS AirPlay
Apple TV is a pretty awesome gadget to own. The shipment for the 4th-gen Apple TV has recently started. However, regardless of the generation of your Apple TV, you can enjoy videos stored in your iPhone or iPad on the big screen of the...

How to change your default browser and phone apps in Marshmallow

How to change your default browser and phone apps in Marshmallow
In the pre-Marshmallow Android era, you were required to navigate to Settings > Apps, clear your default app settings, go back to the home-screen to reselect a new default. But now, Marshmallow gives you the authority to replace your default app for various functions with...

How to find the person behind an email address

How to find the person behind an email address
Are you eager to collar up the person behind all those anonymous emails you receive often? Well, you can find the person for sure on Google search engine which allows you to perform a reverse email lookup. But what if the person you are...

How to access your router if you forget the password

How to access your router if you forget the password
All routers have a built-in web-based setup page to protect their web interface. The setup facilitates configuration of the port forwarding, networking and parental control settings - all with a username and password. However, in order to protect your router’s Wi-Fi or LAN connection,...

How to use Split View in OS X El Capitan

Split View Mode
OS X’s 12th major release, El Capitan, made its way to the Macs on September 30. The system is designed with a priority to deliver over-the-top performance, greater stability and a top-level security, all directed toward providing a better development environment. The recent release has...

How to print various Gmail messages at once

Gmail Emails
The only print method in Gmail is to open a single email and select a printable version but it gets futile when you are trying to print multiple emails in one go. Well, here's a quick solution to bail you out. This article will tell you...

How to let Chrome generate random strong passwords for you

Chrome's Autogenerate Password Feature
Various dedicated password managers like 1Password, Dashlane and LastPass provide a convenient feature which helps you generate and save random strong passwords. You’ll be amazed to know that Google Chrome also provides this feature secretly. Secret because the feature isn’t enabled by default and requires...

How to sync your passwords with Google’s password manager

Google Chrome's Password Manager
Google Chrome has its own inbuilt password manager which, along with storing passwords, offers a web app, mobile app, Android integration and automatic generation of passwords. Developed as a basic part of the Chrome browser, this feature has been transformed into a standalone cross-platform password...

How to see who used your PC and when

How to see who used your PC and when?
Keep an eye on who’s using your computer in your absence with the new Logon Auditing feature. By simply enabling logon auditing you can have Windows track down which user accounts logged in and when. The Audit logon event helps in keeping track of...

Refresh Firefox – reset add-ons and settings

Refresh Firefox - reset add-ons and settings
Refreshing Firefox is one of the solutions that can help you fix Firefox performance hiccups, modified or hijacked settings and other issues. What makes the process even more proficient is the fact that refreshing Firefox does no harm to important user data while restoring...

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Reports: Google Building Social Gaming Startup Called Arcade

Google is reportedly building social gaming startup called Arcade. Expected to boast of elements of a trivia game, the Arcade could make its debut this...