Confused about the changes Google has made to it’s Photos service? What do you get for free vs paid? We explain what it all means.
Disney+ has been a newer player in the video streaming space, but is there enough content to keep you paying for it?
Whether you’re running a business or working from home, Logitech’s MX products may be one way to tie multiple computers together.
Apple TV+ turns a year old, and is getting better with an increase in content, but is it worth spending money to get the streaming service?
It’s easier than ever to share and transfer files on both computers and mobile devices, and the best ones stand out for good reason.
Canadian households paying too much for a landline can try the VoIP-based telephony service from Ooma to cut it to a fraction of the price.
PDFs are a ubiquitous file format that are easy to manage, unless you have to edit them, and that’s when you need a PDF editor.
Pulse SMS serves as a unifying texting app that could work across devices, but you will need to subscribe to get the full effect.
Otter is a speech-to-text app and service that proves its worth, but should you start paying monthly to get all its Premium features?
Google announced a quartet of new products at its virtual “Launch Night In” event, and they aren’t obscenely expensive.
Tile’s trackers are made to mitigate losing things, but if you want full access, you’ll need to subscribe to Tile Premium.
Editing photos needs good tools, and Adobe bundles together its vaunted Photoshop and Lightroom programs into one subscription plan.
Microsoft Office has, in many ways, become synonymous with productivity, and for good reason. But is Microsoft 365 worth subscribing to?
There’s nothing like live sports, but not too many streaming options treat them like movies and TV shows. That’s where DAZN comes in. Pronounced “Da-zone,”
Everyone knows YouTube for video, but it’s also a robust music streaming service when you subscribe to YouTube Music Premium.
Amazon calls it “binge reading” when referring to Kindle Unlimited, its eBook subscription service, but it depends on what you want to read.
Talking to a voice assistant in your car isn’t new, but Amazon’s Alexa is finally starting to come built-in for certain vehicles.
If you’re on the hunt for a service that can offer as many eBooks as you can lay your eyes on, Kobo Plus is the newest kid on the block.
Looking to give your old computer one job to do? Plug in a StartMeStick and you may be able to breathe new, one-dimensional life to it.
Netflix is arguably the most popular video streaming service the world over with a massive library of movies and shows available on a wide range of devices.
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