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Your phone can do a lot more than you realize, but no one points out the countless hidden settings and features when you buy it.
It's easy to get sucked in and find it difficult to put the phone down
Cameras can exaggerate certain features and give you a different appearance than what you see in the mirror. That's why you need to be strategic when you pose.
It's a bit stomach-turning when you think about the germs, viruses, grime, and other crud covering our devices.
In a letter to CBP earlier this week, two U.S. senators called for authorities to allow Americans to opt out of facial recognition at airports.
In the world of tech, there is a slew of new features and hidden tricks hiding in your everyday devices.
It’s best to back up your photos, so they're safe and sound
Here are a few ways to boost your security, increase your productivity, and tidy up your digital life in 2022.
You won't get any official notice if someone blocks your calls — but you can make an educated guess by looking for these signs.
When it comes to finding your phone, there are better ways than shouting for someone else in the house to call you, and that's not always possible.
Social media company Grabien was banned from Twitter on Friday after posting a quote from a US representative
When it comes to the rest of your tech, it’s never too late to adjust your settings and get back just a little privacy.
We all know that prickling feeling when we see an ad online or on our phone for something we just talked about with a friend.
YouTube TV has restored access to Disney, ESPN, and other networks following an outage last week. The outage stemmed from contractual disputes that resulted in an interruption of service.
If your computer is unresponsive, slow down and follow these steps.
Before you visit the Google Play or Apple App Store again, there are a few things to keep in mind to keep nosey and dangerous downloads off your phone.
Security pros say one of the worst computer vulnerabilities they've ever seen has been exploited by state-backed Chinese and Iranian hackers, rogue cryptocurrency miners, and others.
It's nice to know if your text message went through and the person read it.
Security experts around the world raced Friday to patch one of the worst computer vulnerabilities discovered in years.
There are many things you shouldn’t do online. Some are just plain dangerous.