Amazon Fire Game Controller Review

Our Fire TV hands on review showed you if Fire TV is the right product for you. Fire TV will cost you $99 and since Fire TV is a gaming device as well – you will be compelled to buy Fire Game Controller for an additional $40. Is Fire Game Controller worth buying? Lets find out in our hands on review of Fire Game Controller. Amazon Fire Game Controller Review Amazon Fire TV is a casual gaming device and at the time of launch it had more than
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Amazon Fire TV Review

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After months of speculation, Amazon now has finally announced its answer to Apple TV/Chromecast/Roku in the form of Fire TV. Amazon Fire TV is a tiny box that plugs into your HDTV and not only does it stream but it also lets you play games – thousands of games. Amazon Fire TV Review The FireTV may be small and god looking, but it’s packing some serious specs—or at least serious enough to justify it being a gaming device too. In t
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What is 25% Rule in Personal Finance

There are many personal finance websites and tools available, but there is none when it comes to personalization of the same. Because no two person can have the same income and expense in each category, it is a challenge to understand and make sense of the suggestions and incorporate them in your personal life. Adding to the pain is the fact that there are so many spending options that balancing personal budgets is a tedious and time-consuming pr
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Facebook Cheat Sheet

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Are you guilty of spending too much time on Facebook and not attending to matters which are of higher importance? Well, here is some help. You can use Facebook shortcuts to cut short the time you spend in Facebook. Whether you decide to spend that time doing something else or spending the additional time in Facebook – it is your choice. You can use these handy Facebook keyboard shortcuts for quickly getting around the social networking site
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Mac OS X Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

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We’ve been compiling a list of shortcuts and cheatsheets to help you become productive by doing your work efficiently and quickly. Keyboard shortcuts save a ton of time, but it takes time to get used to them. Once you start using keyboard shortcuts, it can be tough to imagine life without them. If you want to get them on board with keyboard shortcuts, print out this handy cheat sheet so they always have it around for quick reference. Most o
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How to Show iPhone Signal Strength as Number

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There is an interesting trick for your iPhone if you would like to see the signal strength as number instead of usual bars. What you will see when you do this trick is a negative number indicating the decibels referenced to one mill watt (dBm) rather than a signal bar and is performed in the Field Test Mode. Why you need this trick to see phone signal strength as number? You can use this trick toread the numbers so that you can understand what is
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Office 365 Available at 33% Discount on Amazon

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Microsoft made a bold move – it made the Microsoft Office app available for free on iOS devices. You can use this app to view and read MS Office documents. You probably also noticed that they require an Office 365 subscription to actually create or edit any documents. Now as you can see Microsoft Office 365 is being sold as a yearly subscription and depending on your product, it will cost of $79 in case of Office 365 for University and $150
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GIMP Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

Why we love GIMP? We love GIMP because it is a free alternative to Adobe Photoshop and comes with a pack of features, which are enough for a blogger or a person with similar interest. If you use GIMP, there are a ton of shortcuts you can use to do your work quickly and easily. The keyboard shortcuts cover everything from switching tools to working with layers and navigating the program. Some of the most useful ones include repeat last filter (Ctr
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Automatically Delete .DS_Store and other Mac Files in a External Drive

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If you trade a USB external drive between Windows and Mac operating systems, you will notice a few additional files when connected to Windows but not when connected to Mac. Files such as the .DS_Store, .Trashes, and other starts-with-a-dot files leave you wondering whether you need them or not.Worst case – you might find these files in almost all the folders you’re trying to copy from Mac to Windows. Of course you can manually delete
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GMail Shortcuts

We love GMail and we love shortcuts.  This minimalistic Gmail cheat sheet makes it easier to remember and recall short cuts by visually highlighting the shortcuts that will help you use Gmail faster and easier. This cheat sheet, however, is a great visual reference, which might make learning and understanding the shortcuts a bit easier. Also, you can save it to your desktop or post it in your office for a quick look every now and then. Created b
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Digital Photography Manual Mode Cheat Sheet

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If you’re just starting out with a DSLR camera, you’re probably pretty overwhelmed with all the different settings you have available. The only way to improve photography is by experience and when the moment is right, you don’t have the time to rush through the manuals. This cheat sheet from weblog Living In the Stills will help you keep it all straight. This cheat sheet can give you a quick glance at what different aperture, sh
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The XBOX One Media Remote is Awesome

If you thought remote controls were a thing of the past – XBOX One Media Remote might just change that perception. I bought myself the Xbox One Media remote and to tell you the truth, I was pleasantly surprised by the improved quality of my TV experience. The remote works about the same as an Xbox One controller does. It has one four-way navigational pad, with a center button that functions more or less as the Xbox One’s “A̶
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7 Tech Mistakes You Need to Stop Now!

Your everyday activities determine your exposure to getting your private and personal information stolen. There are many such activities, which seem obvious but can go a long way in keeping you and your personal information safe and secure. Here are 7 of such common mistakes, which you should stop and now is the time! 1. Using the Same Password Everywhere Major corporations spend billions everywhere to keep their system and data secure. However,
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How to Find Electronics Items at 50-75% off at Amazon

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If you head over to Amazon, you will find quite a few products listed at huge discounts. Amazon makes it super easy for you to find products relevant to you, but it does not make it equally easy to find discounts relevant to you (and understandably so!). Say, you’re interested in the Amazon BestSeller Printer, Epson XP-310. You would be happy to see it listed for a particular discount price (it was listed at 40% discount when I wrote this p
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