Gizmodo : fieldguide
14h00 21  janvier
All the Types of TV Tech You Can Choose From in 2021
David Nield
On the one hand, picking a television set is a simple job: Get the most expensive one you can afford from a brand you like. On the other hand, there are so many types of screen technology and associated labels and acronyms that you’d be forgiven for feeling utterly overwhelmed by it all. Here’s...
13h30 20  janvier
How to Take Your Messages With You When Leaving Facebook, Instagram, or WhatsApp
David Nield
The latest WhatsApp privacy kerfuffle once again has us wondering whether it’s a good idea to be giving so much of our data to a company with Facebook’s track record. Read more...
13h30 19  janvier
All the Ways You Can Make Use of Your Old PS4 or Xbox One
David Nield
If you’ve just upgraded to a Sony PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, or Xbox Series S, you might be wondering whether your existing console is just going to sit in a corner gathering dust. Are you really going to go back to it all that much? If the answer is probably no, then you’ve got a few different...
13h30 18  janvier
How to Choose the Best Fitness App Subscription
David Nield
If you want to get fit at home, there are multiple fitness streaming services to choose from, and you don’t even have to splurge on pricey connected gym equipment. Apple, Fitbit, Peloton and others offer on-demand exercises you can stream to your TV or phone, and while there are similarities...
14h00 14  janvier
The Best Apps to Distract Your Brain from the Nightmare That Is 2021
David Nield
We’re barely into 2021 and it’s already been kind of a lot, to say the least. If you’re able to take a break from doomscrolling, we recommend it. We’ve also rounded up some of the best iOS and Android apps for calming your brain amidst the chaos. Close Twitter, take a break from cable news, and...
16h05 04  janvier
How to Create Custom Emojis and Where You Can Actually Use Them
David Nield
Was there ever a time that we were able to communicate without emojis? It’s difficult to remember, but these little icons are now an essential part of our digital communications, and if the thousands of currently available options aren’t enough for you, then you can create your own and we’re going...
14h00 01  janvier
How to Use the New Chrome Actions to Boost Your Browser Productivity
David Nield
Chrome 87 brings with it a very handy new capability: Chrome Actions. Essentially, it turns your browser’s address bar (or omnibox) into a command prompt, so you can access various tools and functions without having to delve into menus and navigate around dialog boxes.Read more...
13h30 31  décembre
How to Enable the Hidden Tap Gesture on iPhone or Android
David Nield
Shortcuts and gestures can help do more with your phone in less time you just need to know the right ones to use. Thanks to the rollout of iOS 14 and the efforts of third-party developers on Android, you can now access a very helpful new shortcut: tapping the back of your phone to launch apps, take...
13h30 30  décembre
The Most Common iOS 14 Problems and How to Fix Them
David Nield
Every new version of iOS comes with a bunch of bugs and issues, some bigger than others, and iOS 14 is no different. Apple will iron out many of these problems with subsequent software updates, but it’s useful to know whether the issues you’re seeing on your own phone are known bugs in iOS 14 and...
13h30 28  décembre
What Windows 10X is Going to Mean for Microsoft Hardware in 2021
David Nield
There’s a brand new version of Windows on the way, and it’s set to change how we interact with our PCs and even change our ideas about what a PC actually is. Here’s everything you need to know Windows 10X as it stands now, and the devices that will be compatible in 2021.Read more...
14h00 25  décembre
How to Play Your PS4 Games on Your PS5
David Nield
If you’ve got your hands on a brand new PlayStation 5 then it’s likely that you’ve also got a PlayStation 4 of some description set up as well and moving over your PS4 games to your new PS5 isn’t difficult to do. You can carry on gaming on your new console almost right away, but here we’ll explain...
14h00 24  décembre
10 Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out of Your Xbox Series X or Series S
David Nield
So you’ve decided to treat yourself (or maybe you were treated) to a brand new Xbox Series X or Series S and immerse yourself in the next generation of consoles but are you getting the most out of your Microsoft-made box? These quick tips and tricks for your new console will help, covering...
13h30 23  décembre
How to Get the Most Battery Life Possible Out of Your iPhone 12
David Nield
Battery life is a priority for most of us, whether it’s on a phone we picked up three years ago or a brand new handset. The older your phone (and its battery), the more difficult it is to squeeze out extra time between charges, but if you just bought a new iPhone 12, there are a few ways to make...
13h30 21  décembre
What Apple’s ProRAW Format is, and How to Use It on Your iPhone 12 Pro
David Nield
With the arrival of iOS 14.3, Apple’s ProRAW format is here, and it could significantly change the way iPhone users take photos not just for this generation of handsets, but with the iPhone 13 and beyond. If you’re wondering what this new capability is and how you can use it on your iPhone, we’re...
13h30 11  décembre
How Secure Is Your Digital Assistant?
David Nield
Chatting with Google Assistant, Alexa, or Siri has become a part of our day-to-day life, whether we’re using our voices to turn on smart lights or ask our devices for the weather forecast. But what you might not think about daily is just how secure and private these three voice assistants actually...
13h30 08  décembre
10 Essential Tips and Tricks to Make the Most of WhatsApp
David Nield
WhatsApp has long been one of the most popular messaging apps in the business, but a lot has changed since Facebook bought the company back in 2014. If you’re using WhatsApp to manage the bulk of your daily conversations, these 10 tips will help you get more out of the app change its appearance,...
14h30 07  décembre
How to Back Up Your Photos and Videos to More Than One Place
David Nield
The traditional adage is that you need to have three copies of your important files to protect yourself against data loss, but most of us settle for two when it comes to our digital photos and videos. Here’s why you might want to set up a third set of copies, how it can work, and what it’s going to...
13h30 04  décembre
How to Get Ready to Switch from Google Hangouts to Google Chat
David Nield
In 2021, Google Hangouts is fading away and Google Chat is taking its place. So if you’re a seasoned Hangouts user after all, the service has been around for seven years at this point what do you need to do to prepare? What’s going to happen to your years of chat logs? And what will replace the...
13h30 02  décembre
10 Tips and Tricks for Your Brand-New PS5
David Nield
Congratulations on getting yourself a brand-new PlayStation 5 After making all of your friends incredibly jealous, it’s time to dive into everything this next-gen console has to offer. Here are 10 tips and tricks for making the most of your PS5. Read more...
13h30 01  décembre
The Best iPhone Home Screen Widgets We’ve Found So Far
David Nield
iOS 14 is here, which means iPhone owners can at long last start experimenting with home screen widgets, just like Android users have been able to do for years. If you’re not clear how to start customizing, we’ve shown you how here.Read more...