By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: December 24, 2020

“Ouch! Every time I use my battery charger to charge my phone, it gets hot to the touch when it’s plugged in for a while. This is often accompanied by the heating up of my phone. Why does this happen? Is this normal? Can this cause damage to the phone battery?”

It isn’t surprising if you also encounter this problem. Instead, you’re not alone. In fact, when charging the battery of mobile phones, tablets, and even laptops, battery chargers especially those for Li-Ion batteries will inevitably heat up and even make the…

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: December 15, 2020

“So awkward! I just began to make a video chat with one of my customers on my Windows but my headphone wasn’t working, which ruined the conversation. Anyway, do a headphone and mic test on your PC before the audio chat!”

Few things can be more annoying than having your headphones or microphone or both not working properly with your Windows PC when you just start an important and urgent audio conversation with others.

Today, headphones and microphones have become the essential tools for audio communication such as voice talking, audio chats…

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: November 26, 2020

“I just newly bought an Android phone and would like to transfer files from my iPad to it so that I can start with a phone with the iPad files I favor. But the question is that I totally have no idea how to do it. What am I gonna do?”

“I want to share some amazing photos taken at my birthday party on my iPad with my best friend who has an Android. Is there any effective way to do the transfer?”

Are you also stuck on transferring files from iPad…

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: November 17

Today, in this age when data are becoming bigger and bigger from higher-resolution photos and more near-constant video capture, the storage space in PCs and mobile devices, no matter how much it’s expanded, fills up faster than ever, making it much harder to store and backup data. This makes many PCs or mobile devices users have to recur to additional storage solutions such as cloud storage, external hard drive, and the recent NAS.

In recent years, it seems that more and more people apt to use the relatively-new tool NAS. After all, cloud…

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: November 17, 2020

Recently, Apple’s 5G-enabled iPhone 12 models eventually came after long await and have been all over the world in sales. If you’ve been using Android long enough but have ditched the old Android phone for such a new iOS device, then congratulation! You’re making a great option for that you’re investing in a device allowing you to make the most of it which come with an operating system that is simple and intuitive to use and a healthy apps ecosystem.

However, when switching from Android to iOS, you’re totally new to an…

Source: Why Does Touch ID Require Passcode When iPhone Restarts

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: November 06, 2020

“Every time I reboot my iPhone, I always see a prompt on the lock screen indicating that Touch ID requires passcode when iPhone restarts.”

“Recently when my iPad restarted, I tried to use Face ID to unlock it but it said that I had to enter my passcode first.”

Have you also experienced the above occasion while restarting your iPhone or iPad? If Yes, you are not alone. “Touch ID/ Face ID requires passcode when iPhone restarts/Your passcode is required to enable…

Source: Solved: 5 Methods on How to Play Windows Games on Mac

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: October 28, 2020

Owning a Mac is fabulous since it comes with a robust operating system allowing for an excellent performance. But gaming on such a powerful and premium computer has been unexpectedly left in the dark.

Although it’s a fact that Macs have seen a fair number of games on the Mac app store over the years, Mac gaming has still been held back. On the one hand, compared to its PC counterparts especially Windows PC gaming, Mac gaming lags well behind…

Source: Is Your Phone Lost? How to Deal with A Lost or Stolen Phone

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: October 23, 2020

Nowadays, having your phone lost, or even worse, stolen, could be awfully stressed — way beyond losing your wallet or house keys. Indeed, today’s smartphones are so sophisticated that they have been the center of everyone’s lives in which a great number of personal data and private information are stored.

In addition to working as the primary tool of electronic communication, today’s mobile phones are also your wallet, your directory, your photo album, your work tool, your bank…

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: October 16, 2020

Nowadays, with tremendous strides in information and technology, we humans have arrived at a point where AI is in fact able to break through language barriers. With the help of AI technology especially voice recognition & synthesis, machine translation has reached the point where they can understand some of the subtleties of human communication. In-ear translator, as the latest machine translation innovation, has done a great job in breaking down language walls.

Thanks to its portability, accuracy, and real-time translation processing, an in-ear translator provides you with a faster, more precise, and…

Source: iOS 14’s Translate App: Is It Better than Translating Earbuds

By Carrie Tsai, Last Updated: September 29, 2020, NEW PROD

Recently, the most interesting point regarding Apple should be the available update to iOS 14 on all iPhones. This newest iOS version was launched on 22 June at WWDC and now has been available to download along with a plethora of brand-new usability-improving features such as Home screen widgets, App Library, and redesigned Siri. Among them, the most notable addition is the Apple Translate app, a built-in translate app supporting 11 languages.

Although translate apps have been a staple…

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