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.
Did you miss Samsung Unpacked, or just need a refresher on what makes the Galaxy S23 Ultra so special for photography? We have the breakdown you need.
The Fairphone 4 doesn't boast the best specs or a unique design. But it does offer a few meaningful things you just can't get from any other phone maker.
The only thing worse than watching a tech event is having to pretend you care about a tech event.
Jumbo can help you maintain a safer presence on the internet once you figure out all the settings.
If 1.5 billion iPhones have Apple search as the default it'll mean Google no longer has the dreaded monopoly status.
If you're going to sell your Chromebook, give it to someone, or just want to switch the primary account, you'll want to reset it and wipe away all your user settings and data.
Regardless of the real reasons, Google not releasing its own advanced AI as a chatbot is a good thing.
The tech that powers everything from apps to airlines is amazing, but often very delicate.
We really do need to look at the ways "big tech" worms its way into all facets of our lives.
Installing Linux programs on your Chromebook is a whole lot easier than it used to be. Here's how you do it.
Nothing is worse than using a beta program as a shield except charging people for the experience.
Qualcomm's deal with Iridium leaves most details up to phone makers, but we have enough to set our expectations.
Connecting your Android phone to your Chromebook is easy and you can do some cool stuff with it.
Chrome has its own task manager and it's full of things you should never turn off.
You could use a service like Grammarly or you can take a minute and enable the built-in spelling and grammar tools. I suggest the latter.
While it's for our own good, Factory Reset Protection can trip you up when you reset your phone. These tips can help.
The internet is worried about sideloading on the iPhone but there is a much bigger problem: uninstalling any app you want.
I'm cold and wet and feel like an idiot. A smart lock would have prevented two of those things.
You can save a virtual desktop on your Chromebook and open it up later just as you left it.
Nothing that's connected is flawless. When those flaws come to light, companies need to do the right thing.
If you want to use wired headphones like some sort of crazy audiophile, you need a DAC/Amp combo for your phone. You should buy this one.