21 problem-solving gadgets that’ll help make your tech troubles disappear

When’s the last time your phone died while you were away from home? Have you ever shattered your screen? What about when all the charging cords in the house mysteriously disappear?

The good news is there’s a smart solution for most tech problems. Tap or click for my answers to five common tech frustrations, like spotty Wi-Fi and scanning documents from home.

Some questions need more attention. You can ask me your tech questions on my site or post your tech questions to my Q&A Forum to get solid answers from me and other tech pros.

Other problems can be solved with the right product. I found 21 problem-solving gadgets that will make you say, “Why didn’t I buy this sooner?”

1. Problem: You can’t hear the dialogue clearly while watching TV.

Solution: You need to add the right soundbar to your setup. If you have trouble hearing dialogue

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Over 70 Genius Tech Gadgets That’ll Make For Great Gifts

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3 Game-Changing Stocks That’ll Make You Rich No Matter Which Political Party Is in Charge

Another election is now in the books, but things aren’t nearly as clear as we’d like, at least of this writing in the early evening of Nov. 4, 2020.

Whichever way the White House swings, we’ll likely have a split Congress. The House of Representatives will remain under the control of Democrats, while the Senate will have a small Republican majority. Such division on Capitol Hill often means that big-picture policy proposals have little chance of passage.

There’s good news for investors here. A number of game-changing stocks are going to be just fine no matter what the election results are. Innovative companies with clear-cut competitive or early mover advantages could make their shareholders rich over time. Here are three prime examples.

A messy stack of one hundred dollar bills.

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Sea Limited

Though I’m fudging the rules a bit by picking a Singapore-based company focused on Southeast Asia, the fact remains that Sea Limited

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