Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.
If a new MacBook ran the software you need better than any other laptop you would at least think about buying one. And it just might.
Writing a manifesto telling us how bad the other guy is doesn't tell us anything about how you would fix the problem. And that's a problem.
There are some great mesh systems to choose from, but which is the right one for you? We'll help you sort them out.
It seems like every company that makes a smart camera has a subscription service attached. But are any of them really worth it, though?
Alexa, does Amazon design its own chips and if so are they any good? Let's dig into the answer, and how it will make or break its newest products.
Android 12 is here, but you can have it yet. So is it really here? Or is it some sort of software-based Schrodinger's Cat?
The next generation of anything "smart" you buy will be powered by AI as much as possible. It's both wonderful and worrisome, but there is nothing we can do about it. Here's why.
As much RAM as you can afford is always true for Chromebooks, but take a read to see how much is enough for your computer.
You own the parts. You own the accessories. But you don't own any of the things that make your phone actually work.
Marketing is a powerful tool. More powerful than a spec sheet. The Duo 2 looks like a fine but not at all sexy product because that's how Microsoft showed it to us.
While it's for our own good, Factory Reset Protection can trip you up when you reset your phone. These tips can help.
This diminutive Windows PC isn't the most powerful desktop you'll ever use, but it's perfect for a lot of the things you love to do.
Play Services started as a way to make sure all apps worked on all phones. Now it's something very different and very powerful in its own right.
An iPad Mini would complement my Android phone as well as my other tech in the right ways. I'm thinking about buying one.
The parets inside our phones and tablets have a lot of names or odd acronyms. SoC is one you should understand, but thankfully it's not that difficult to grasp.
Things like IP68 or MIL-STD 810G can be as confusing as all those letters at the end of your doctor's name. So let's talk about what they all mean.
The Pixel 6 is the first all-in-one Google product ever. Is that a good thing? A bad thing? Either way, it's going to be really interesting.
According to a leak, the iPhone 14 might have a hole instead of a notch. Yes, really. Will this pan out? We'll have to wait and find out.
By giving up its tight control, Google uses the Android phone strategy to try and save Wear OS. It will probably work.
Even the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy S Ultra can't replace something as powerful as the Galaxy Note. Here's why
T-Mobile is the latest company to fall victim to a data breach. T-Mobile has specialists paid to take care of its own problems, but what can we do to safeguard our information?
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