Tyler Lee

A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech for the past 7 years. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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iPhone 13: First things to do with your brand new phone

Oct 20th - So you just got yourself the brand new iPhone 13. If you’re new to the iPhone or are looking for ways to improve your experience, then here are some of the first things you might want to consider doing with your new phone.

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How to post to Instagram from your desktop

Oct 20th - Instagram has announced that they will start allowing users to post directly from their desktops, so if you’re curious about how to take advantage of that feature, here’s what you need to know.

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How to cancel your Peacock subscription

Oct 18th - While streaming services like Netflix have been around for a while and are clearly dominating the scene, one of the disadvantages of Netflix is that they had to build their catalogue of shows from scratch and also license it from other content providers.This also means that they are at the mercy of these providers and …

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How to make Gmail your default email program

Oct 18th - Do you use Gmail as your primary email provider? If you do, then here’s how you can make email links open automatically in Gmail instead of having to copy and paste email addresses.

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Anycubic Vyper is a great way to get into 3D printing

Oct 15th - Ever wanted to get into 3D printing but felt that it was a bit too intimidating, not to mention expensive? While there are more complex and more expensive 3D printers around, Anycubic’s Vyper could actually be a good place to start.