• The Best Android Apps of 2018 February 24, 2018
    Do more on your Android phone with our picks of the best Android Apps from the Google Play store. The top list includes essential apps that every Android phone must have and the lesser-known apps that will make your digital life a lot easier!
    Amit Agarwal
  • How to Make Pixel Paintings with Google Spreadsheets February 22, 2018
    Learn how to create impressive pixel paintings and emoji artwork with Google Spreadsheets. You can convert any image into beautiful pixel art with one click and impress people!
    Amit Agarwal
  • How to Keep your Folders on FTP Server and Google Drive in Sync February 20, 2018
    Learn how to connect your FTP server with cloud storage services like Google Drive or Dropbox. Automatically transfer files and keep the folders on FTP server and Google Drive in sync.
    Amit Agarwal
  • How to Use LinkedIn Sales Navigator outside Gmail and Google Chrome February 20, 2018
    Hover your mouse over any email address inside Gmail and you view the LinkedIn profile, their Twitter handle, website link, job title and other contact information. It is also possible to find the LinkedIn profile by email address outside Gmail and Google Chrome.
    Amit Agarwal
  • Perform Text Analysis with IBM Watson and Google Docs February 19, 2018
    Use the Natural Language Processing service of IBM Watson inside Google Docs to automatically extract key phrases, person names, places, analyze the emotion and sentiment of your document.
    Amit Agarwal

  • Equity shot: Dropbox is going public, and Aaron Levie has some advice February 24, 2018
    Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. At long last, after many predictions and even a private filing, Dropbox dropped its S-1 today. The filing marks the public beginning of the end of Dropbox’s life as a private company. Dropbox is going public! To mark […]
    Alex Wilhelm
  • Nope, Android isn’t getting a system-wide dark mode (at least not yet) February 23, 2018
     According to a number of reports today, the next version of Android would include a “dark mode” — something that’s been a long-time feature request from those who prefer the dark-themed and power-saving option that’s already available in apps like YouTube and Twitter. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. News that Android was getting its own […]
    Sarah Perez
  • The FCC’s revamped internet speed map lets you covet nearby exotic broadband February 23, 2018
     A big part of the FCC’s mandate is to ensure broadband is rolled out all over the country, and it issues regular reports along those lines — but there’s nothing presenting information visually to get the point across. A new FCC map of broadband access lets you browse block by block and see just what […]
    Devin Coldewey
  • Veil is private browsing for the ultra-paranoid February 23, 2018
     If you’re worried about someone finding out what you’re pointing your browser at, there are plenty of options for keeping it secret, with varying levels of difficulty and effectiveness. Veil takes things further than perhaps any other anonymous browsing method by masking the page you’re viewing not just from would-be attackers, but from your own […]
    Devin Coldewey
  • The intensifying battle for Africa’s burgeoning tech landscape February 23, 2018
     Long gone are the days when Africa was disparagingly regarded as the White Man’s Burden. Today, Africa is the continent with the youngest demographic in the world, on the brink of a technical renaissance — yet the world’s tech titans are floundering to understand and gain a foothold in this market. Read More
    Monique Maddy