Your iPad comes with plenty of power-saving options that can help you extend its battery life.
Use the new Lockdown Mode on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac to protect yourself from the most unyielding security threats out there.
Brave and DuckDuckGo’s latest mobile browsers can protect you from sneaky app trackers. Here’s how to set them up.
There are many secure ways to share your password with someone other than texting or emailing them. Here are the best ones.
Safari can protect you from a host of internet threats. But you’ll have to turn on its advanced security options first. Here’s how to do it.
macOS Ventura’s best features, such as Stage Manager and Continuity Camera, are available today on macOS Monterey and older versions with these third party apps.
MacOS Ventura brings a slate of new handy features to your Mac, such as Stage Manager and Continuity Camera. But how well do these work in real-world use?
Google has released a series of updates for the Pixel 6 to address a series of frustrating bugs. Have they fixed the Pixel 6 experience and is it worth picking up now?
It doesn’t take long for file and app clutter to get out of hand on your Mac. Use these tips and apps to fix that.
Apple’s on a course correction, and at WWDC 22, it continued that trend with software features and hardware that people have been asking for ages
Android 13 is here and it brings several, new features and under-the-hood improvements. Here’s what we think of it so far.
Face ID doesn’t work in many situations, such as when your phone is sitting on your desk, or when your face is covered. Is it time for Apple to consider under-display fingerprint readers?
The 9th Gen iPad and a Chromebook are some of the best computer options on a budget, but which one is best for work?
Universal Control lets you operate up to three Mac and iPad devices with one keyboard and mouse. How well does it work and how can you enable it?
Apple wants you to get work done on the iPad 2021. But when I tried to use it at my job for a week, I discovered a computing experience that’s more frustrating and less productive.
DuckDuckGo’s new browser for Mac features a suite of privacy tools, including a cookie pop-up and tracker blocker. But is that enough to take on Google Chrome and Apple’s Safari?
The new iPhone 13 mini comes equipped with a 10% larger battery than its predecessors. How does it actually perform in real-world tests?
Living with the iPhone 12 mini meant compromising on battery life. So what’s it like to use the iPhone 13 mini, which has a 10% larger battery? Here’s our long-term review.
Remote desktop apps by Google and Microsoft can come in handy in a number of situations. Here’s how to use them to remotely access and control your PC or Mac with your phone.
Windows 11 comes with plenty of hidden features that can help you get more out of your PC. Here are our top seven.
I tried to live with a “de-Googled” Android OS called iodéOS to see if the privacy-focused pros outweigh the cons. Here’s how it went.
MacOS offers plenty of ways you can personalize its look and make it your own from animated avatars to more colorful cursors. Here are the best macOS customization tools you may not know about.
Tor prevents anyone from spying on you by bouncing all your internet traffic through multiple computers spread across the world. Here’s how you can easily use it for free to stay anonymous online.
Your Mac’s built-in screenshot tool is far from ideal. Here’s how to take better screenshots on Mac with third-party apps that solve some of its most common shortcomings.
Your Android phone has several tools that can come in handy in an emergency. Here’s how to set them up.