Once the Windows operating system is installed on the computer, you can’t modify partitions without a specialized software. In time, there will be more and more programs installed on the disk and more data stored. At some point you’ll probably need to reorganize your disk in such a way to allocate more space for specific partitions. Also, when the entire storage capacity will have to be expanded to meet your new needs, you’ll end up setting a new disk. One of the software solutions providing all the tools you need to perform these tasks is EaseUS Partition Master. Read more
We all know that sitting for long periods of time can damage our health, but these days we sit more than ever before while working on the computer, or filling papers. Doctors say that prolonged sitting increases the risk of stroke, heart disease, cancer, and others. At the same time, standing many hours gives us back pains. That’s why the Upright Ergo was developed as a solution to both situations. Read more
Frankly, I never had much trust in websites offering phone unlocking services, but when I had to find a way to unlock an old phone in order to sell it, I gave them a try. What convinced me they couldn’t be scams was the money back guarantee badge I saw these websites have been displaying since a while ago. This means that if the code they provide doesn’t work, you get your money back and that’s great because, in my opinion, these services are not cheap at around $25, but you’re doing this once only.
Another positive thing besides the refund option is that you don’t have to leave your phone at the service. You can unlock it at home, in front of the computer, and it’s very easy. You only need to find your handset’s IMEI number (International Mobile Equipment Identity) underneath the battery or by dialing *#06#, select the phone model from a list of available models and pay for the unlocking code. Read more
This Infographic is courtesy of Flexenable, a leading producer in flexible electronics technology.
You can use a cup like this when you need to check the temperature of your coffee, tea or some water you need to use. By holding the cup with both hands, you enable the static sensor with conductive film which turns the LED on. The tiny heart on the cup will show either red, orange or blue light to indicate that the liquid’s temperature is over 65 °C, 35-65 °C or below 35 °C. Read more
I’ve found some interesting shoelaces and thought you might like this alternative to classic shoelaces. These are made of silicone and come in packs of 16 pieces. You can pick your color from red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple, magenta, brown, gray, white, black, and colorful. The way they attach to shoes is interesting. Read more
With the Oura wellness computer on your finger and the dedicated app installed on your smartphone, you can organize your lifestyle better in order to improve performance. Oura focused on your sleep habits and monitors your heart rate, body temperature, respiration rate, your movement, the duration and intensity of your activities, and how long you’re sitting. Read more
As the world’s most popular smartphone, iPhone gets the best and one of the latest smart accessories designed specifically for it is ThinCharge. This is a thin and light case that provides 200% battery life, or extra 2600mAh, so you can charge the phone anytime, while keeping it protected during accidental drops. Read more
With Instamic you can record high-quality audio anywhere while keeping it attached on your shirt or the musical instrument that you’re playing. The small microphone was launched in 2 versions: Instamic Pro and Instamic Go, but both are small and portable. Read more
Any 20”-80” flat screen TV with high definition and an HDMI port you have can be used as a big tablet if you attach Touchjet Wave at the top. The intelligent TV accessory enables touchscreen functionality right on your TV, but also lets you download Android or iPhone apps, watch movies, play games, listen to music, read news, browse photos, and share stuff on social sites. Read more