On Mother’s Day 2014, it’s a good time to consider the Otherhood, a powerful demographic. Fully 47 percent of American women of childbearing age don’t have children. This video busts the myths surrounding the Otherhood, explores tech spending habits and more. Check out Shades of Otherhood, inside.
First, NSA. Now, Heartbleed. It’s time to enable two-factor or multifactor authentication in LastPass, Google or other systems you use. Here’s how. And why.
A cat jostles your mouse or keyboard and, boom, your sleeping Windows PC wakes up and stays up. Here’s How To make Windows stay asleep all night long. The latest How To tip from Brian Burgess.
Apple TV set top box users, you’ll like this. Clean up that messy UI. Here’s a sneaky tip for How To hide Apple TV channels you never use from Brian Burgess. Easy.
Screen readers aren’t just for the visually-impaired. Our Lamont Wood reviews the free screen reader NVDA, freeware that will help you rest your eyes and reduce typos. It’ll read docs to you. Here’s how to do it. aNewDomain review.
Here’s How To use Google Chrome to manually download Facebook video and video mash ups the manual way. How To gallery.
You don’t need to root your Amazon Kindle Fire to install Dropbox or other apps not on Amazon Appstore. It’s easy just to sideload them. Step-by-step instructions on how to install Dropbox on Amazon Kindle Fire HD, HDX and gen one tablets here …
Our New Delhi-based writer, Maninder Singh Kumar, starts a multi-part series on website design, content and coding tips. Good stuff.
Got a new Apple iOS 7-based Apple iPad, iPad Mini or iPhone? Make sure you’ve set all your privacy settings in Safari. Here’s a quick and dirty guide …
At CES 2014, our Todd Townsend takes a look at the Gtech Air Ram cordless vacuum. It weighs under 8 pounds and looks pretty cool, too. Check out the video.