QR Codes

QR Codes are everywhere! Let’s learn what they are, why and where we use them and how to use them. QR Codes – What Are They? QR is an abbrevation for “quick response.” Basically, the QR Code is a two-dimentional bar code. The code was developed in 1994 by Masahiro Hara and his team of engineers at Denso-Wave. Once created, […]

Android Users Should Do This

Seriously, Android users should do this: make sure anti-virus/anti-malware is installed. Why It’s Important If you use an Android tablet or smartphone, you need to make sure you have software installed to protect your device. Last week, it was reported that over 300,000 Android devices were infected. A fake banking app was the cause of all the chaos. Fortunately, the […]

Smartphone Storage

In my last blog post, Win 10 Storage, I mentioned checking the amount of data space used on your smartphone. When Joyce was proof-reading the post, she suggested that, perhaps, not everyone knows how to find the data storage amounts on their phone. With that in mind, here’s how to do just that: iPhone Storage To check storage usage on […]

An iPhone Peek

In today’s blog post, I’m giving iPhone users a sneak peek at iOS13 which is due out in September. (With apologies to my Android users but please read on because there’s something which I hope will interest you farther down.) The picture you see above is my iPhone in dark mode. Yes, that’s a new feature. I’m going to cover […]