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How to get your wireless carrier's network for less – if you can live with these trade-offs
January 05, 2022
Looking to cut your wireless expenses in 2022? Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile all offer discounts – but they also come with limitations.
10 tips for taking better smartphone photos and videos during the holidays
December 25, 2021
Just in time for the holidays, these 10 tips will help you take the best quality photos and videos on your smartphone.
Don't know how to invest your extra cash? Let a robot do it for you.
December 03, 2021
Let's say you have a pile of cash you're ready to invest. I skipped the investment advisor and got a robot to build my portfolio.
Tinder's new Block Contacts feature should help limit awkward run-ins on the dating app
June 05, 2021
Tinder's new Block Contacts feature lets users block personal contacts, be it exes, family members or colleagues.
Kids and screen time: How parents can manage during prolonged pandemic
February 11, 2021
As we approach one year with quarantines and social distancing, how are parents coping with managing their kids' screen time, and how can they adapt?
Daily Facebook memories fill the gaps as our lives remain on pause
January 16, 2021
I like the daily nudge from Facebook that, "You've got memories," looking back on times when we could go places, do things and be with people.
Flying cars, smart beds: 5 things I'd actually buy from CES 2021
January 18, 2021
There are plenty of TVs, robots and other gadgets at CES this year. These are the ones I'd actually spend money on.
5 tech resolutions to consider for 2021
January 11, 2021
There are some simple solutions for you to start 2021 off on the right foot. The following are a few techy resolutions to consider.
Samsung brings 'bigger and bigger' TVs to market to meet stay-at-home demands of coronavirus pandemic
January 06, 2021
Samsung's preview of new televisions coming to market includes bigger TVs to watch movies and more ways to do things at home during the pandemic.
Stumped on what to get this season? These subscriptions gifts offer perfect fix
December 22, 2020
Subscription gifts can be a fabulous way to give something last-minute, that still feels heartfelt and personal enough for everyone left on your list.
Did you shop online this holiday season? Make sure the tracking messages are real
December 15, 2020
As you order gifts for your loved ones this holiday season, look out for email and text scams about packages.
Are your credit cards actually safe with smartphone-based payment systems? Find out
December 07, 2020
Smartphone-based payment methods such as Apple Pay and Google Pay are some of the safest ways to shop. Find out why.
These are the standout gadgets of 2020
November 27, 2020
The coronavirus has upended many parts of our lives, including the gadgets we rely on the most. This is the hottest tech in 2020.
Why this free photo-editing app is the best option for beginner or professional photographers
November 15, 2020
Whether you're a professional or just dipping your toe into the image-editing world, Snapseed is both powerful and free.
Xbox Series X and Series S review: New game consoles attempt to lighten the load
November 05, 2020
The Xbox Series X, available on Nov. 10, emphasizes making your life as a video game player better, including faster load times and more games.
Upload speeds still lag on most Americans' broadband
November 02, 2020
At the cable providers that provide most Americans' connectivity, upload speeds far lag download speeds.
Need better Zoom quality? Send the kids, and their iPads, to their room with new Wi-Fi tech
October 29, 2020
New technology called Qualcomm Immersive Home is designed to cover the house with little network zones, each with their own small wireless satellite.
Computer cookies: What they are and how to manage them
November 01, 2020
You may have noticed cookies notifications showing up more and more. Find out why and learn to manage your cookies.
Laptop running too hot? Forget a password? 5 answers to common tech questions revealed
October 01, 2020
From figuring out passwords to using incognito and private modes on browsers, we answer five common tech questions.
With iOS 14, more iPhone owners are customizing their screens. Here's how they did it
September 24, 2020
In case you haven't noticed, several users have hopped on social media to share their iOS "aesthetic," highlighting the custom themes and app icons.
Tropical Storms Laura and Marco: What tech you need when disaster strikes
August 25, 2020
When disaster looms, having the right tech tools can help you get critical information, and maybe even save your life.
How to tell if someone is snooping on your computer or tablet
August 24, 2020
Our devices hold our digital lives. That's why locking down your tech the right way is essential to protecting your personal information.
Vacation ready? Here's what to bring – and do – to stay safe
July 11, 2020
if you need to be anywhere but home this summer, here are some apps, gadgets, and tips to help you travel as safely as possible.
Unemployed because of coronavirus? How to make money from home right away
June 01, 2020
The unemployment rates is at the highest peak in decades, and 1 of 6 people are without jobs, but there's work out there, and it might just be a few clicks away.
Samsung has plans to launch a debit card this summer
May 11, 2020
Samsung Pay, the company's digital payment platform has been around for 5 years, but now it'll be backed by a cash management account.
Verizon, AT&T and Comcast extend no late fee, termination policies through June 30
April 28, 2020
The offers were first slated to expire mid-May, but now go through June 30. But customers need to contact the companies and fill out hardship forms.
6 free apps to help stay connected with your community during coronavirus crisis
March 18, 2020
Video chat apps are clearly seeing a spike on the charts during the coronavirus pandemic.
Does dark mode save battery life?
March 14, 2020
Dark mode can prolong battery life in some devices, but it depends on the device's display.
Kazuhisa Hashimoto, creator of the 'Konami Code' for video games, has died
February 26, 2020
Video game maker Kazuhisa Hashimoto has died. He created the "Konami Code," a series of controller button pushes that unlocked special moves in games.
Galaxy Z Flip review: 24 hours with Samsung's new foldable phone
February 17, 2020
Coming fresh off the Galaxy Fold, Samsung is out with a new $1,380 folding phone the Galaxy Z Flip. Here's how this bendable phone measures up.
Samsung goes big on 5G, cameras with the Galaxy S20, unveils folding Z Flip phone
February 13, 2020
The Samsung Galaxy S20's release date is March 6 and pre-orders on the S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra start Feb. 21. The new 5G phones start at $999.99.
Samsung expected to unveil 4 new phones Tuesday
February 11, 2020
Unpacked event unveils four new phones that have been widely viewed online on enthusiast sites
NAMM 2020 - look at those cool guitars!
January 18, 2020
The NAMM 2020 show brings 150,000 people to check out the latest in new music instruments and technology.
Sci-Fi gadgets that are now a reality
October 19, 2019
A look at Sci-Fi gadgets that were once a dream and are now a part of daily life, from phones to jetpacks Featured News
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