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Amazon Prime Day is officially July 16, but there are already a few good deals available—as long as you're a Prime Member.
It might only be summer, but Amazon wants you to pull out your wallet like it's Black Friday. Here's what you need to know about the retailer's upcoming sale bonanza on July 16th and 17th.
Surfing the web through a virtual private network (VPN) can keep your identity and data safe and secure online. We show you what to look for in a VPN and help you pick the best one for your needs.
Most of Gmail's new features aren't really new, and that's okay.
Facebook and Qualcomm hope that their Terragraph technology, which uses 60GHz "small cells" scattered across your neighborhood, will replace DSL or cable.
Gmail's AI-infused Smart Compose is live in experimental form. Here's how to activate it.
Google's Chrome 64 browser allowed you to manually mute websites, but the new Google Chrome 66 version may just automatically mute that website for you, automatically, or block it from autoplaying.
New streaming video bundles from wireless providers and internet companies make legacy TV deals unnecessary.
A cowed Facebook promised more respect for your privacy at its f8 developer conference, then launched several new features designed for you to engage with the platform and its millions of users.
Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed the data privacy scandals involving Cambridge Analytica, outlining nine ways it will restrict your information to third-party developers. Only one will have any immediate impact.
What exactly is on your Facebook profile? You can peruse your profile online, but that doesn't tell the whole story. The easiest way to see your Facebook data is to download it.
If the news of Facebook's data handling has got you spooked, here's how you can limit third-party access to your account.
A trusted virtual private network is a great tool for security and privacy, but if it's not configured correctly it may not be so private.
Reserve a website name before someone else beats you to it. Here's how to do that using a domain name registrar service.
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