They're getting smarter, but sometimes, they still don't get it.
The assistant is IN the computer!?
Make sure to save your information first.
Free up some spare room.
Teach your old phone some new tricks.
Rise and really shine.
They can do a lot more than turn on and off.
How to build shortcuts for your digital assistant.
10 tips to master your Google-powered device.
Tips and tricks for the Apple, Google, and Microsoft contact apps.
Keep your data to yourself.
Be the boss of your smart hub.
Master your Android phone.
How to update every gadget you own.
Don't leave your tunes behind.
Make sure no one's getting in but you
The guide to a more soothing visual experience on Android, iPhone, Windows, Youtube, Reddit, Slack, and more.
You'll finally be able to pinpoint what the check engine light means.
Never get caught in a surprise shower again
Make the most of your Google-powered laptop
Make the most of your smartphone.
Get more out of Google Photos and Apple Photos.
Never misplace your phone again.
Your guide to a new software ecosystem.
Put down Candy Crush and make yourself useful.
Create harmony between your gadgets.
Explore the Galaxy.
Read all about it.
Things will change when iPadOS splits with iOS 13.
Who needs cash or cards?
Globetrot from the comfort of the couch
Stay on message
Show off cute baby pics without losing your privacy.
From Apple to Google.
Create your own audio.
Protect your internet-connected devices.
We hacked a Sprint Treo 650, but Fogle has a modified Bluetooth file for hacking Cingular and unlocked GSM models as well
Alexa vs Siri vs Google Assistant vs Cortana vs Bixby.
Fixes for Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS.
"Hey Google, Alexa, let's get stuff done."
Keep it on a need-to-know basis
Dial down the volume on your most attention-seeking friends.
Log video and audio conversations on any device.
Your wearable should enhance your wellbeing.
Learn to take a break.
Four apps that'll make your tapping and swiping more efficient.
Updates: They're what computers crave.
Never get lost again
Do more with your favorite communication app.
Find lost messages, unearth attachments, clear your inbox, and more.
Dig deeper into iOS.
Ready, player one?
Cover up your digital footprints.
Go beyond single-finger taps.
Double your fun in the removable media storage department for bigger media collections and more boot flexibility
A hard-to-build fridge makes grabbing a beer easy
Become a streaming music pro in no time
Siri or Cortana aren't just for your phone
Become an expert app hunter.
Change up your platform.
A one-bag system won't always work.
Assemble a system that notifies you when someone's at your door
Automate your house
You don't want to miss a thing.
Five ways to print your pics.
Set up price-drop alerts.
Seven steps to protect your new tech and load it with apps you actually want.
The basics that will change your life.
Your friends and family will thank you.
In the first of a three-part guide, we explain the basics of installing Mac OS X on a homebuilt PC. It's much easier than you might think
Are you revealing more than you need to?
"Hey Alexa, listen up!"
Power to your fingertips.
Get more from your television.
Do a little work now to avoid a lot of trouble later.
Take over Microsoft's operating system.
Get out the door faster.
Transfer your data without compromising it.
It does much more than answering trivia questions.
Built for the big screen.
Pump up the jam. Pump it up.
How logical is it to carry all of your stuff around?
Death to dead zones
Don't just dump your old mobile
Simple tricks to avoid running out of room
Turn on, tune in, sit back.
Get more out of the app.
Keep your secrets safe.
Make sure you're secure before leaving the house.
Make your scribbles searchable.
Don't give away your plans.
We're bringing stylus back (yeah).
We mean Mac-simize.
Bookmark your favorite things.
Your phone is wearing down your body in ways you don't even realize.
Don't waste time hunting down content.
Don't waste time switching between apps and accounts.
The Internet of Things is cool, but it can be risky. Here's how to protect yourself.
From robots to crocheted videogame consoles