At-home DNA testing has rapidly become a popular way to learn more about your ethnic background and heritage. We took numerous different tests to evaluate and compare their services.
If you're constantly misplacing your keys or wallet, one of these devices can save time (and headache) while locating your belongings.
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Screen protectors are a hassle, but a necessary hassle. To keep your display pristine, we've rounded up our favorite screen protectors for the iPhone.
FamilyTreeDNA is the oldest consumer genetic geneaology company, and its age can show for the wrong reasons. But there are still some great features to consider. Read our review to learn more.
It's easier than ever to transform your photos into a pro-grade, coffee table-style photo book. But not all services are created equal. PCWorld reviewed photo book services to find the best money can buy.
Picaboo has many great features, but its editor and photo quality need some work.
AdoramaPix wowed us with its high-quality photo book and exceptional web-based creative tools.
With an online store for users to sell their photo book creations, PrestoPhoto is unique among the competition. It's also relatively cheap. But none of this mitigates serious problems.
Mixbook is one of our favorite photo book services with an awesome web-based creation tool, and excellent print quality.
Shutterfly offers the biggest photo book size available, but suffers from some serious problems.
23andMe and AncestryDNA are the two most popular DNA tests in the world. But there are some key differences you should know before buying one or the other.
23andMe and AncestryDNA are the most popular DNA tests in the world. But right now, their results appear biased toward people of European descent. Here's what's being done about it.
Living DNA offers a detailed overview of your ancestry you won’t find anywhere else, but it's still missing a key feature offered by other providers.
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