Have you ever wondered how Google attends to its billion customers?

Have you ever wondered how Google attends to its customers in different languages bearing in mind it has over 130 products and services, with seven of them having over a billion active users? Due to the large number of users of free Google apps and products, it is improbable for Continue Reading

How to block calls on any Android phone without an app

In the recent past, the purpose of a mobile phone was to make and receive phone calls (and maybe send and receive text messages as well). Enter the era of smartphones, where we use our phones for surfing the internet, taking photos, watching videos of cats, gaming — almost everything Continue Reading

How to hide WhatsApp audio from music players

If you are a stickler for ID3 tags such as album arts and artiste information like I am, chances are you delete all WhatsApp audios because they mess with the beautiful layout and flow of your music library. When you are sent an audio that for some reason, you want Continue Reading

Netflix and chill right here in Ghana

Netflix is an on-demand stream provider of hundreds of television shows and movies. “Streaming” means that you can watch a video file as it loads, rather than waiting for it to fully download before you watch it. With your television, you have to wait for your show to air or Continue Reading

How to legally install paid apps for free from Play Store

Promotional codes or promo codes, also known as coupon codes, are series of numbers and letters that allow you discounts when making purchases. A retailer might tell frequent customers to enter the promo code “AFD10TEC” to receive a 10% discount on a whole order. Google has long been using Promo Continue Reading

Did you know you can ‘Google’ pictures? Find out how

Google Search has almost obliterated the days when we believe hoaxes for weeks before they are debunked. Arguments seldom end without someone saying to the other “Okay, let’s Google it”. We seem to have the text-based search under control, but how about images? We see various images on Instagram, Facebook Continue Reading

Samsung GALAXY S7 & S7 Edge set to be unveiled on February 21

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge flagships are set to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 21st. Rethink what a phone can do. February 21. #TheNextGalaxyhttps://t.co/oCVxCmiwO8 — Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) February 1, 2016 As usual, Twitter user Evan Blass (who is supposed to be on retirement) Continue Reading

Stay on top of your series with SeriesGuide

With the TV season getting exciting with more intense suspense and popping up of new series, if you’re anything like me, you’ve not missed one episode of your favorite shows so far. With Flash racing between two Earths, Josh and his Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Peggy Carter kicking ass and Jake Epping Continue Reading

Find what’s making your Android phone slow with Safe Mode

At the point where smartphones started prevailing, all they did was being a standard calling and messaging device and as a Personal Digital Assistant. They have now evolved with multi-cores, QuadHD displays and huge RAMs, making them working as tiny PCs with lots of apps developed for them everyday, making Continue Reading

Google’s Nexus line of devices is all you need

Even though original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) like Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC and the rest manufacture devices that run on Android, the look and feel differs from one OEM to the other. Device makers take Stock Android (or  “barebones Android”, which is the look and feel of Android according to Google) Continue Reading

WhatsApp is now completely free for all to use … forever!

WhatsApp, one of the most popular chat clients in this sub-region, announced on Monday they had gone completely free. Originally, the app allows users a one year trial and a service charge of US$0.99/year subsequently. This move is as a result of low penetration of debit and credit cards (especially Continue Reading

Apple’s WWDC 2016 Keynote roundup

Every year, Apple holds a conference dubbed the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC). This is where the corp showcases its new (or so it thinks) software and technologies to devs and the world. This year’s edition started on yesterday and will end on Friday. Unfortunately, there were no new hardware Continue Reading