How to Stream Your Media Anywhere with Dropbox and Google Drive

Google and Dropbox have some ridiculously low-priced 1TB storage options. With so much space for so little money, what could you do with it? Well, for starters, you could turn them into your own personal media servers. » 8/29/14 4:00am Friday 4:00am

How California's New Smartphone Kill Switch Law Will Affect You

This week, California passed a new law that will require any smartphone sold in the state to include anti-theft measures. It's likely to have effects far outside California's borders. Here's what it means for you. » 8/27/14 10:00am Wednesday 10:00am

Allcast Adds Device Mirroring to Chrome, Removes 10 Minute Limit

Android/Chrome: Allcast is already one of the best Chromecast apps. Now, it's gotten better with the ability to mirror your phone's display to the Allcast receiver extension in Chrome. Also, the free version gets rid of that pesky 10-minute streaming limit to Chromecasts (though it replaces this with a watermark). » 8/27/14 9:00am Wednesday 9:00am

How to Get Useful Buying Information From Tech Rumors

Next week, Samsung, Motorola, and Apple are all dropping new products. You might have seen a ton of contradictory rumors all around the internet, most of which are probably false. Here's how to actually use tech rumors to make better purchasing decisions. » 8/26/14 8:00am 8/26/14 8:00am

Lack of Evernote integration is certainly a sucky omission, but I think that Feedly works well for most of our readers (Feedly won our Hive Five even before it added a ton of features for Google Reader converts). It's not perfect–I still miss search–but it's one of the most universally useful applications. » 8/25/14 5:42am 8/25/14 5:42am