Tell Google to 'call my wife' or 'text my brother' by issuing the right voice commands to the Google app.
Get an answer to any question that's on your mind, even if your phone's in sleep mode.
Two Chrome extensions give you video player controls for online video sites such as Netflix and YouTube.
Booting from a USB drive lets you get into your PC when its main operating system. But Windows and even your motherboard could work against you. Here's how to find out.
If there's a certain someone you'd rather not talk to, you can automatically direct their calls to your voicemail inbox.
It's a pain to change your passwords manually. These two password managers make it easier by doing it for you.
No one wants to give hundreds of dollars to extortionists. But if you take the right precautions beforehand, ransomware probably can't hurt you.
USB-C promises up to 10Gbps data transfer, but the first generation of USB-C devices aren’t as fast as they could be. Here's what to look out for.
The File History feature lets you set up an external drive to back up your files automatically. You don’t need any extra software, and it’s very customizable.
You can sign your life away right on your phone with these finger- and stylus-friendly apps.
You'd be surprised at how quickly your iPhone or iPad can chew through storage, particularly the tiny 16GB model. If you're feeling jammed, try these easy ways to find a few gigs of breathing room.
Your Facebook account tells a lot about you and your social circle. You need to keep control of it.
Criminals file for fraudulent tax refunds using consumers' information. Law firms are being hacked. The trend is clear: People have to worry about the security of their third parties. Lessons for consumers on what they should do to check out their providers' security.
So there you are, running from meeting to meeting on a particularly busy day when you suddenly notice your iPhone or Android phone’s battery gauge is deep in the red. These tips will help staunch the bleeding.
A new Chrome extension tells you how long it will take you to read that New Yorker article—and whether you can finish it before the afternoon staff meeting.
It's just like an internal drive, but with a case and a plug. If the files on that drive aren't backed up, you could have a disaster, but there may be some hope.
No search? No problem. Just send the post to your saved section of Facebook and come back to it later.