Google is slowly rolling out vanity URLs for its Google+ users. You likely have an invite already. Here's how to get your Google+ vanity URL.
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November 7, 2013 |
September 25, 2013 |
There are a ton of Emoji apps available to amp up your emoticons. But devices like the Google Nexus 7 have the capability built right into the OS. Our Brian Burgess shows you how to enable the Emoji keyboard in Android 4.1 and higher.
September 18, 2013 |
With all the new Apple iOS 7 changes -- mainly its new multitasking -- there are some big UI changes that will drive some folks nuts. Here are the biggest hassles the iOS 7 changes bring. And some raging back and forth with our mobile experts on the team who, quite clearly, think I'm full of it.
September 13, 2013 |
Adobe Flash Player is no longer supported by Android 4.1 and higher devices like the Google Nexus. Here's how to install Adobe Flasher on Android 4.1 anyway ... a great How To Gallery just for aNewDomain.net.
September 4, 2013 |
Our Brian Burgess has been digging deep into Windows 8.1.. Here's the latest Burgess How To -- he shows how to add the Hibernate Option to the Power Menu
September 4, 2013 |
Is your site failing. Here's how to fix your website -- just by avoiding five all-too-common mistakes. Check out the case studies, too.
September 2, 2013 |
Better late than never. Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 now allows syncing of tabs across devices. Here's how to sync IE 11 tabs on Windows 8.1 PCs and tablets. This How To gallery includes an explainer on how to set up Windows 8.1 devices so this works seemlessly. A Brian Burgess How To gallery, original to aNewDomain.
August 31, 2013 |
Here's our Alfred Poor's deep dive on 2K versus 4K displays, how 2K and 4K sets compare and why 4K panel sets make for rotten monitors. For now.
August 26, 2013 |
Here's how to add files to VLC via WiFi using your Apple iPhone. It's the latest How To gallery from our Brian Burgess.
August 20, 2013 |
aNewDomain.net – Not so long ago it was easy to determine your network needs. No issues meant no changes necessary, and hardware or software not working meant it was time to upgrade. All that was before the fancy eight-zero-two dot eleven and Godzilla-sized data floating around the world. Now it’s a lot more complicated, and most organizations […]