Stay Fit at Home With These 5 Free Workout Apps & Exercise Tips

You don’t need to go to the gym or jog around the park to maintain your fitness. These stay-at-home workouts keep you healthy while being indoors, without any fancy equipment. When you are forced to not move out, you don’t need to stop moving around. In fact, health officials say that staying fit and healthy will ensure your immune system can better fight any virus. It’s in your best interest to regularly exercise even at home. Trainers, celebrities, and tech geeks are making apps and routines to workout at home. Here’s a quick roundup of five of the best indoor...Read the...

The Zoom Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet for Desktop

With a steep rise in remote working all over the world, the video conferencing tool Zoom is gaining users rapidly. It enables teams to organize and conduct online meetings with ease. If you use Zoom for remote communication, the cheat sheet below can be of great help. It contains keyboard shortcuts to help you use the Zoom interface effortlessly for group messaging and video calling. The cheat sheet covers shortcuts for both Windows and macOS platforms. Many of the Windows shortcuts work on Linux too. With the shortcuts listed, you can join and schedule meetings, share your screen, switch between various...Read the...

Ultimate Microsoft Office Mastery: 90+ Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials for You

Use Microsoft Office every day? Check out our tips, tricks, and tutorials that’ll turn you into an efficiency machine with both Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Office is powerful; there’s a reason why nearly every serious business in the world relies on it for office productivity. Yes, Microsoft Office can be daunting to learn, what with all of its crazy menus and features—but it doesn’t have to be difficult at all. If you use either Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel on a regular basis and want to become a more fluent user, we have all kinds of tips, tricks,...Read the...

Lockdown Entertainment for Families

Engaging in self-isolation or national lockdown is not easy. If you have children, things are even tougher. Fortunately various tech companies are here to help. Christian Cawley and Gavin Philips look at the latest developments, from free Amazon Prime and Audible to top YouTube channels for 24/7 entertainment. We also have some thoughts on enforced home schooling (as opposed to the planned variety). Really Useful Podcast Season 5 Episode 8 Shownotes We start off this week looking at how Big Tech is helping families deal with the unscheduled school holidays happening across the Northern Hemisphere Rent movies still playing in...Read the...

The Ultimate Online Shopping Guide: 50+ Essential Tips, Tricks, and Secrets

We have all the tips, tricks, tutorials, and guides you’ll need to become a master of shopping online. Find better deals, avoid tricky scams, and save money! Online shopping has exploded so much in the past decade that brick-and-mortar stores are closing in response. And in America, over half of all online shopping is done through Amazon. With free two-day shipping via Amazon Prime, it’s no wonder that people are coming to rely on the e-commerce giant for nearly everything. But online shopping can be a huge money sink if you aren’t careful. On the one hand, it’s incredibly easy...Read the...

The HTML Essentials Cheat Sheet: Tags, Attributes, and More

Building webpages begins with HTML. Beautifying them and making them interactive comes later. But to start creating functional static websites, you need an understanding of HTML. (Want a quick introduction to this markup language? Read our HTML FAQ.) As part of learning the language, there’s a long list of elements you need to add to your HTML vocabulary. And this task can seem daunting at first, which is why we have come up with the following cheat sheet. It gives you an easy way to discover/understand/recall HTML elements any time you need them. The cheat sheet covers tags and attributes for structuring webpages,...Read the...

5 Remote Work Resources to Work From Home Productively

If you’re new to remote working or trying to figure out how to work from home, the internet has your back. These tips, tools, and articles will help you be productive from anywhere. The Coronavirus threat has led to a surge in the number of people working from their homes. It’s not a normal environment for many, but hey, remote working isn’t a new concept. People have been doing it for a long time, and you can draw upon their experience and advice. In fact, even if you have been a non-office worker for some time, you can still gain...Read the...

Become an Overnight Netflix Pro: 50+ Tips and Tricks You Should Know

Whether you’re thinking about getting Netflix or you’ve been a subscriber for years, we have all the tips and tricks you’ll need to get the most entertainment for your dollar. Netflix remains the king of online streaming services despite all the competition that has cropped up over the years. It’s easy to use, has a large library of original and licensed content, and can be watched from pretty much any internet-connected device—not to mention that Netflix now supports offline viewing via downloads! Don’t have a Netflix account yet? Not sure if it’s worth getting in your situation? It’s true, Netflix...Read the...

Twitter Starts to Combat Coronavirus Lies

As COVID-19 spreads around the world, the misinformation about coronavirus also spreads. Some people are spreading outright lies, while others are using the pandemic to spread propaganda for political reasons or trying to make money off the back of it. When people start spreading misinformation, we need the platforms they’re using to step up and combat the lies. Which is exactly what Twitter has committed to doing. And it has outlined the rules it has strengthened in order to combat coronavirus lies. Twitter Cracks Down on Coronavirus Lies On the Twitter Blog, the company gave an overview of the rules...Read the...

Sony Unveils PlayStation 5 Technical Hardware Specifications

The spread of a global pandemic has been an unsettling time for people around the world. Amid the chaos, the tech industry has been disrupted, too, with announcements delayed and hardware releases postponed. Fortunately, we now have something to look forward to. Using an online presentation, Sony has given us the first technical details of the upcoming PlayStation 5. PlayStation 5: What We Know Sony opted for a deep-dive into the PlayStation 5’s technical specifications with lead system architect Mark Cerny. While you can watch the entire 50-minute presentation using the video above, here’s a rundown of what we know...Read the...