Your computer’s built-in keyboard shortcuts probably don’t cover all the actions you use regularly. Here’s how you can build your own keyboard shortcuts from scratch on Windows, Mac and Chrome OS.
Lenovo’s new Yoga Tab 11 features a unique design with a kickstand and quad speakers. Is it the new mid-range tablet to beat?
The iPhone 13 mini brings a host of upgrades to Apple's smallest phone. Are they enough to justify its higher price or should you just pick up last year's iPhone 12 mini and save some cash?
Android 12 comes with a laundry list of new features, but most of them are buried deep in the settings. Here are the best Android 12 lesser-known features and how to use them.
Thanks to Parallels, you can now run Windows 11 in a window on an M1 Mac. In this review, we test its performance and features.
One of the headlining features of the iPhone 13 Pro is a new macro mode. We test an app that promises to recreate Apple’s special photography mode through software for older models.
Windows 11 brings a new Start menu and taskbar design, but it’s not all good. Whether you miss the old look or want to get rid of some new additions, here's how to customize them.
Windows 11 compromises several handy Windows 10’s features for a simpler design. With these hacks and third-party apps, you can roll back some of these changes.
Android 12’s new Material You theme is set to work automatically but you can fine-tune it as your style. Here’s how to.
The MacBook Pro 14 has a powerful new chip and plenty of ports. But can it hold its ground against the MacBook Pro 13?
Google’s hardware division has never been able to find a strong footing but with custom phone silicon, it’s hoping to change that. But there’s reason to be skeptical.
The MacBook Pro 14 has a powerful new chip and plenty of ports. But can it hold its ground against the trusty-ol’ Dell XPS 13?
Android’s 12th major update brings a fresh new design and a host of handy tools. Here’s what we think of it.
Shared clipboards let you copy on one device and paste on another. Here’s how to set them up on Android, iPhone, Mac, and Windows PC
Chrome OS offers more app choices than ever. Is that enough to replace Google Chrome on your Chromebook?
Can’t put your phone down? Try these live wallpaper apps that constantly remind you of your screen time.
Most browsers now let you organize your tabs into groups. Here’s how to do it on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.
Your iPhone falls short against advanced online attacks. Use these free apps to protect your identity and data.
Your Mac offers a range of lesser-known features that can save you both clicks and time. Here are some of our favorites.
The Nothing Ear 1 offer just about everything you need in a pair of true wireless earbuds for $100. How well do they perform in real-life use?