Those with an Xbox are very familiar with Xbox Live Gold or for Playstation with the Playstation Network. It’s now time for those with an Nintendo Switch to get familiar with the Nintendo Switch Online. The Nintendo Switch Online Network is slated to launch in
Update +3 Months Free offer Not currently available A little over a month ago, Tech Geek and More posted about a Deal Alert for the Xbox Game Pass (that deal sold out quickly). It seems that as part of Amazon Prime Day we have another
Update – Offer has ended For those who use the basic version of Dropbox (the 2GB version) or who are considering opening an account, Amazon has a deal you want to look at. As part of Amazon Prime Day, the 1TB version of Dropbox Plus
Today’s post will cover Signing Up for the Amazon Prime 30 Day Trial if you want to take advantage of Prime Day without paying for the actual Amazon Membership. Amazon Prime day starts tomorrow, June 16, 2018.
UPDATE – This deal is no longer at the sale price. There is a DEAL ALERT at AMAZON. For those Xbox gamers out there or if you want to give a gift to an Xbox gamer, Amazon has the deal for you. The Xbox Game
For those Xbox gamers, Amazon has a deal going on for the 3 month Xbox Live Gold Membership. The Xbox Live Gold Membership can be used for all versions of the Xbox. The normal price for a 3 month membership is $24.99
Surely if you have watched TV or surfed the internet you have heard about Amazon Prime Day. If you are not sure what it’s all about, Prime Day is a yearly one-day only global shopping event exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
Its the 4th of July holiday weekend (ok the 4th is on Tuesday, we know) in the USA. The 4th of July usually brings with it a lot of “Red, White, and Blue” sales or “Fireworks” sales, or …..well you get the idea.
This week I came across an error with Amazon, while trying to launch the Amazon App Store. I received an error message concerning the “License Limit Reached”. The error happened after installing the Amazon App Store on a new device, when trying to log in.
Since the invention of email, there have been bad guys trying to trick others into giving up personal information. The fact that in the 25+ years since the start of the internet, as we know it, the trend continues. That just means that there are