Managing your child’s screen time is easier than you think, but there’s still a bit of learning on your part. Setting up a safe digital sandbox for your child to play in, where you can manage their screen time and the content they consume, used to include a lot of half-baked advice from friends and […]
There is something deeply satisfying and tactile about scribbling notes. And now you can share them to you phone.
If you’re using the Google Chrome web browser (highly recommended), then typing in complex passwords can be a bit of a struggle. Here’s how to see what you’re typing.
After nearly twenty years it is becoming clear that tablets might never replace laptops with most people still finding the keyboard and trackpad the best way to get stuff done.
Most PCs have loads of special fonts, including some that are designed to look like rustic handwriting. You can go one step further and create a PC font made up of your own handwriting.
The most common use of AI today is happening on our phones, and Google Assistant is probably the most advanced of these tools. It can be used for everything from sending simple texts to controlling your smart-home devices.
Struggling to carve out some ‘me time’ from your crowded schedule? When people flood you with WhatsApp messages, here’s how you can stop them getting double blue ticks
Google docs is fast becoming the go-to word processor for many people – and not just because it’s free. It’s jam-packed with easy-to-use, yet powerful features that make it an attractive alternative to Microsoft Word.
Microsoft’s Office suite has been a standard feature of business PCs for a long time, but this same suite of tools can be quite pricey for occasional home use, or for casual users in a small business. Google created some clever online apps, but they were confusing for long-time Office users. Luckily, Microsoft has now […]