Luria Petrucci

Luria Petrucci

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Luria Petrucci is a pioneer in the podcasting world. She has 2 million social media followers, and has been producing and hosting video online since 2005. You can find her at GeeksLife.com hosting tech and lifestyle how to's and reviews. She loves hanging out with viewers in the Geeks Life chatroom! She also teaches small business owners and entrepreneurs how to get more traffic, fans and sales for their businesses by creating online video and live streams at GeeksUniversity.com

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Filmic Pro camera app tips

Looking to take your photography to the next level with Filmic Pro? Here are some of our favorite tips for making the most of the capable iPhone app.
Computing

How to personalize the Vivaldi browser and make it your own

Customization is the heart and soul of Vivaldi, a new web browser poised to become the next big thing. Here's how to personalize it to your liking, whether you want to change the color scheme or use it to take copious notes while viewing a…
Mobile

Turn your tablet into a typewriter with the Qwerkywriter

The Qwerkywriter is the ultimate Bluetooth keyboard for anyone who has an iPad, but wishes they lived in the age of the typewriter. It looks just like an old Smith-Corona, and it sounds like one, too. Here's our full review.
Mobile

Lights, smartphone, action! How to master Facebook Live streaming

Facebook's Live Video feature is handier than you might think. Here's what it does, and how to use the landmark feature on your iOS or Android device.
How-To

Every second counts! How to receive important emails as text messages

Properly setting up text notifications for important emails isn't as complicated as you might initially think. Here's how to do so, regardless of carrier.
Computing

Bots are about to take over the world … but they just want to tell you the weather

Bots are becoming more advanced, prompting major companies like Facebook and Microsoft to tout them as a compliment, or even replacement, to apps. They could even change how you talk to your friends.