It's going to be an exciting election season. We've nominated nine Android and iOS apps that can help you follow the races.
The old two-year-contract business model for mobile phone plans is all but abandoned. And there are more choices than ever: We look at 17 alternate mobile service carriers.
Google hides Android's filesystem, but these apps can help you sniff out those secretive folders and gain greater control over your phone.
Did you get a shiny new gadget this holiday season? If so, here's how to wipe your old tech clean of personal data, sell your old gear, and keep your new gadgets in shape for future reselling.
Nothing spoils holiday travel quite like getting locked out of the house Wi-Fi. Here's how to help your folks set their networks aright.
This behemoth of a notebook is fine for corporate desks, but it’s far from ideal for corporate travel.
Done with heavy hardware? With these apps, peripherals, and cloud services, you can leave that notebook behind for good.
The QuickTweet extension lets you access any account you want with just two clicks.
Available for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, Lazarus is the single most butt-saving extension ever.
For whatever reason, Microsoft disabled this feature in the OS update. Here's how to bring it back.
Or: "How come I have to click the System Tray arrow to see my volume icon?"
This handy hack gives you quick and easy access to Windows settings.
This ingenious add-on lets you browse the Web, Facebook, and Twitter without fear of ruining your favorite shows.
Even freebie accounts can now benefit from this valuable security feature.
The extension embeds content from the likes of Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube so you can view it without having to depart Gmail.
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