How to Use iMyFone D-Back iPhone Data Recovery

After 10 years of production, the Apple iPhone continues to be one of the most popular smartphones on the planet. They’re not just for making calls or answering texts. They’re also used for messaging, to snap and view photos, take notes and perform hundreds of other tasks.


How To Beat Ransomware: Prevent, Don’t React

Picture this: You’ve spent the last few weeks working on a tribute video for a friend’s 30th wedding anniversary. You collected photos and video clips and edited them together, laying over a soundtrack of their favorite songs. It was a real labor of love. When you finally finish the project, you go to copy the file onto a DVD and—what the?—a strange message pops up.


The Nexus 6P, Leading Google Daydream VR Smartphone

At Google IO 2016, some Android advances made available in Android N’s “final beta” were announced, and among them, Daydream VR, the next-generation virtual reality (VR) specifications, APIs and user interface (UI) for Android. The consumer handsets compatible with this new VR technology will be available “this fall” according to official sources, but Nexus 6P users have a chance to experience Daydream well before the rest of the world.


How to Back-up Familly Computers & Mobiles Using The Acronis Cloud

When it comes to backups, there are two brutal truths: 1/ most people don’t care about them until something the loss of invaluable data has occurred. 2/ when people realize that backups are important, the learning curve is still steep. The business world has solved this by hiring IT managers who oversee a centralized backup system (hardware+software). However, it is much less common for small businesses, families and smaller groups […]


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How To Upgrade to Windows 10 Safely With Acronis True Image

Upgrading to Windows 10 and getting the latest bells and whistles is exciting. However, since Windows supports millions of different hardware/software combinations, testing for all of them is simply impossible for Microsoft. Therefore, despite the extraordinary amount of testing that goes into releasing a new version of Windows, there’s always a chance that something will go wrong during an upgrade, leaving you with a non-functional computer. One way of quickly […]


How To Backup an iPhone With Acronis

Outside of Apple’s default backup and sync options, there are 3rd party apps to help you backup critical data on your iPhone. Acronis True Image Cloud is one of them, and we are going to show you how to backup and restore data with it. The same instructions are also valid for iPads.  We will cover what’s different, and use step by step instructions to guide you through the process.


The Most Common Internet Dangers

With billions of web users, and more coming online every day, cyber-crime has been skyrocketing. You have heard of high-profile hacks and stolen data on a regular basis, and the frequency of attacks is unlikely to slow down anytime soon. Hackers are now using very sophisticated tools and thousands (if not millions) of hacked/infected computers to automatically probe computers like yours for potential vulnerabilities. It is not a matter of […]


Detachable vs. Clamshell Ultrabooks: What Side Are You On? [Promoted]

Promoted story: this post is brought to you by Toshiba After mobiles phones, laptops are probably the second most personal devices we own, and now they come in more shapes and forms than ever before. The introduction of touch-screens to laptops has ignited a wildfire of industrial design creativity, which is why a PC manufacturer like Toshiba has to wonder what early adopters like you and us think of the […]


Professionals Who Benefit From Detachable Ultrabooks [Promoted]

Promoted story: this post is brought to you by Toshiba When new form-factors are created, they attract curiosity, wonder or even skepticism. Sometime, it can be hard to relate to something new and when Toshiba asked us what kind of users we thought could benefit from their Portégé Detachable Ultrabook design in particular (official product page), but also from computers like it in general. We took a good look at […]


What Do We Associate The Sonos Play:1 With? [Promoted]

When Sonos asked us what kind of objects or places we would associate their Sonos:Play1 WiFi speaker with (read our hands-on with the Play:1), a rush of ideas came to mind. It’s not easy to choose since the Sonos is a very compact speaker that can be used to stream music directly from the local network or web services in any place that has a WiFi connection. That said, life […]


Best Gadgets You Can Find At Best Buy [Promoted]

We are getting close to the final race for holiday gadget shopping, and when Best Buy asked us to choose a few of the items they have in store, it was not an easy task, but here is a selection of very cool electronics that is worthy of your consideration. We’ll give you a fair warning: a couple of them, may run out of stock by month’s end, so Good […]


Three Android games that should be in your Christmas gift list

Who knows what you will get for Christmas, but it’s not very hard to guess that a sizable group of Ubergizmo readers will end up with a brand new Android device this month, and when that happens, you may want to download a few games that will put the new phone through its paces. We’ve been digging around, and here are three top titles that we think should be in […]


Green Vehicle Technology, Where Are We At?

Photo: Eco Car via Shutterstock Electric Vehicle, a very old technology Electric cars have been around for a very long time, the first EV was invented in the first part of the 19th century, but it wasn’t until the beginning of the 19th century that electric cars outsold all other types of cars (steam and gasoline). For several reasons, including the need for longer range vehicles, the decrease of gasoline […]


Reading Your Favorite Content On Tablets

Those who have not tried a tablet may wonder how the web reading experience is, when compared to their computer. Usually, tablet browsers are slightly different than the ones available on PCs or Mac. Also, on tablets, the default mobile browser is usually more limited in terms of speed and plug-ins. However, it gives access to websites’ full desktop versions.