In this video, we learn how to service a Mavic Freehub on your bicycle wheel. To begin, disassemble which requires a 10 mm and 5 mm Allen wrench. Then, remove the end cap and use the wrenches to pry the nuts and bolts from the middle of the wheel. Remove the free hub after this, then set on a cloth to the side. After this, you can remove the spring and slide it out. After this, you will clean the parts off and then reinstall your parts back on the bike. Put them on how you removed them and th...
In these days of mobile technology, losing your iPhone or iPod Touch is almost worse than losing your car keys. It becomes one of the most frantic searches you've ever had to endure. But you can relax now, because you can use Apple's Find My iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch service to locate your lost device.
In this how-to from Household Hacker, we learn of a number of free proxy services that make getting around your school's Internet filter software a breeze. For all of the details, and to start accessing and using all of your favorite websites when at school, watch this video guide.
1. Type in WWW.sendthisfile.com in the web toolbar and press enter 2. Click on Register found on the top right side
While the airline, casino, cruise, and hotel industries are asking for government bailouts during the COVID-19 pandemic, companies around the US are giving away its apps and services for a limited time. So while you're stuck at home, keep your mind off of coronavirus with free movies, TV, music apps, concerts, internet, fitness sessions, classes, and more.
Google Play Music has teamed up with TripAdvisor to make planning your next vacation a little more fun, and they're throwing in a nice deal for good measure.
When streaming services like Spotify or Pandora compete for customers, the main differentiating factor is the size of their libraries. While these and comparable services usually run somewhere around $10 per month, a completely free alternative may actually have the most expansive library out there.
In direct competition with Pandora, iTunes Radio, and Spotify, Samsung has just launched Milk Music—a strangely named, yet completely free music streaming service for Android.
The options for finding random or specific music to listen to are vast. Spotify is excellent for streaming popular music and new releases, while SoundCloud provides a healthy dose of user-generated remixes and originals. And then there's YouTube for everything else.
We recently lost Grooveshark, the free music streaming service that supplied users with a huge catalog of free music anytime, anywhere. Since its shutdown, I have been scrambling to find a half-decent alternative, and my expectations were more than exceeded when I found NetEase Music.
Last weekend, some unlucky Gmail users inadvertently had their email accounts wiped out. Actually, it was 0.02 percent of all Gmail users—or roughly 40,000 of the 200 million who use the email service, due to an "unexpected bug" which affected copies of the data. Gmail does make backup files of everything, so eventually everyone will reclaim their email history. In fact, as of yesterday, Google has successfully restored all information from their backup tapes and has started returning everyon...
With the spread of smartphones and free online games, the "Freemium" model of product distribution and monetization has become prevalent over the last several years. At it's essence, it is handing out software products for free and then allowing customers to pay for in-software services using microtransactions. This video features some businessmen who do business in iPhone apps discussing how they use "Freemium" systems in their apps to make the most money possible while providing great servi...
Cell phone contracts might seem iron-clad, but loopholes may let you get out of your plan without paying a dime.
Sure, the iPhone is a phone, but why use your phone service to call people when VOIP is cheaper? This video will teach you how to use a new App called Viber to make free VOIP calls on the iPhone.
This video series come straight from Google. It's about their new web-based product called Google Voice, which provides you with one phone number for all of your phones (landline, cell phone, etc.), giving you full online control of your telephone experience. Google Voice also allows you to make free domestic calls anywhere in the United States and Canada, gives you a cool voicemail account that's just like an email account, and many enhanced calling features.
When it comes to subscription-based music streaming services, the conversation doesn't go much further than Spotify and Google Play Music (previously called "All Access"). Both services are essentially the same aside from slightly different catalogues and social options, and they both run ten bucks a month for unlimited music streaming and offline track saving (although Spotify does have a free, ad-supported service).
This is a very informative video; it shows you how to listen to music on your phone, for free. Yes for free. This service allows you to listen to any music you want for free just by signing up. This video shows you step by step how to listen to music for free on your computer or your cell phone. The service even allows you to buy music at a super cheap price (most songs for less than 50 cents.!!) This video shows you step by step how the site works and allows you to become very familiar with ...
Improve your customer service by mastering the ABCs of customer service--attitude, business knowledge, and customer-oriented customer service--with expert training tips in this free online customer service training video series.
Gmail has been the best free email client for a while, but now it's even better. It has added a Skype-like service by which you can call any number in the US or Canada from the US or Canada for free. This video will show you how fast and easy it is to use this new feature to cut down on your phone bill and stay connected.
For $100 each year (unless you used Faisal's workaround to save yourself twenty bucks), Amazon Prime membership gives you access to all the best that Amazon has to offer. From free 2-day shipping to Prime Instant Video, there's a lot to like about the service.
Cellular carriers like to nickel-and-dime us out of every bit of money they can feasibly justify, so as consumers, we owe it to ourselves to make sure that we're getting our money's worth.
In this clip, you'll learn how to call web services over HTTPS when working in Silverlight. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular web application framework or a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free MS Silverlight programming lesson. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
In this clip, you'll learn how to make a call to a web service when working in Silverlight. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular web application framework or a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free MS Silverlight programming lesson. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Have some last minute edits to make to your photos before you publish them online? Don't have time to download and install software to your computer? This video guide has five free online photo editing services to share. For detailed instructions, and to get started editing your own digital images online, watch this free video tutorial.
As you might guess, one of the domains in which Microsoft Excel really excels is business math. Brush up on the stuff for your next or current job with this how-to. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the 35th installment in his "Excel Business Math" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to calculate the service charge for a checking account and see how to create a formula for the balance in a checkbook or checking register.
Looking for an easy way to share big files over the Internet without having to pay for the privilege? With the right Internet services, it's easy. This home computing how-to from the folks at CNET TV presents an overview of a number of the better and most popular file sharing websites, some of which will permit you to upload files in excess of 1 GB. For more information, and to get started sharing your own big files over the web, watch this free video tutorial.
Want to protect your privacy when surfing the Internet? Thwart would-be snoopers with this free video guide from CNET TV, which presents an overview of a number of services and good practices one can observe to project one's privacy when using the web. For specifics, and to get started surfing the Internet anonymously yourself, watch this free video guide.
Ford's new SYNC system makes it easy to receive personalized alerts, including weather, news, and sports alerts… hands free! You only have to go to your owner's account online and set your favorite alerts for your SYNC system. Then just press the Voice button and select your service.
Apple Arcade actually looks like a refreshing change of pace for subscription services. The platform costs just $4.99 a month and includes access to over 100 unique and exclusive games. That's not to mention the one-month free trial each new user can claim. But know this: you shouldn't cancel that free trial until you're ready to give up Apple Arcade.
It's been rumored for months, but now we've got some official news about Google's newest music offering, YouTube Music Key. The subscription service will allow for an ad-free experience with background listening (i.e., having your screen off) and offline playback.
T-Mobile continues to make waves in the U.S. wireless market behind CEO John Legere's UnCarrier program. At the latest installment in a series of industry-challenging announcements, Uncarrier 5.0 unveiled Test Drive. The new program is set to allow would-be customers to try out the "latest generation" iPhone for seven days on T-Mobile's network without any financial commitments.
A VPN service is almost an essential these days. Good ones can block ads, prevent tracking cookies, encrypt your internet traffic for better security, and even spoof your device's location to bypass geo-restrictions — all things you should be concerned about in the age of NSA snooping and Facebook data mining.
Being an Google fanboy means that I pretty much use anything with the company puts out, so it's no surprise that out of all the cloud services out there, I stick with Google Drive. But, this is way more than just some blind allegiance.
Have you heard? Probably not, if you don't have Skype, the free global calling service that enables video chat over wireless. Download Skype and follow the instructions of this helpful video to learn how to install it, so you can start making calls.
Are you tired of using other people's services to create Favicon icons for yourself or your clients? This tutorial shows you how to use a nifty (and free) little program called png2ico to do it yourself! Download the software here.
Apple really ate some mud in the media over the iPhone 4's blatant antenna problems, but they're finally trying to make good by offering free problem-solving bumper cases to all of their iPhone 4 customers. Keeping true to their "There's an App for that" slogan, they've made an App that allows you to order the free bumper case that they're promised you right from you iPhone. If you have service that is! This video will show you how to use it and get what you deserve from Apple.
Sometimes you may want to send files larger than the file size limit that your email program will allow. Learn how to send larger files by email by using either free services on the Internet or free compression software like 7Zip.
Whether it's delivery drones or getting the U.S. Postal Service to ship packages on Sundays, Amazon continues to remain innovative and ahead of the game, as further evidenced with their mobile app, Amazon Underground.
The vast majority of Android apps use background services to sync data, check for location updates, and perform various silent tasks. These background services can start up whenever they'd like, and they continue to run in the background even when you're not actively using the app that they originated from.
Sling TV, the new over-the-top TV streaming service from DISH Network, is the first to offer live programing for cord cutters. Available for $20 a month with no contract, Sling TV is the easiest way to end the reliance on cable and satellite subscriptions for getting your content as it airs.