In days gone by, the most useful everyday tools might have been a shovel or a knife. While we still use these tools, today one of the most useful tools is a small device our great-grand parents never even heard of - the computer mouse.
Wireless mice are wonderful. They give you more freedom than their wired brothers. But when a wireless mouse stops working, it can be troublesome to get it working again. Here are a few simple trouble-shooting techniques to help.
This Otterbox case not only protects my iPod Nano, but 10% of the purchase price goes to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade. I was able to support a good cause, while protecting my Nano. On top of that, I love the pink two-tone case.