TikTok videos are getting longer, and as such, attention spans are getting shorter. Thankfully, there is a way to fast forward through TikTok videos that take too long to get to the point.
Here's how to conference call on iPhone whether you are starting with no callers or bringing someone into an existing call.
The Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 are kicking off, and if you're looking for a way to live stream over two weeks of athletic feats for free, a VPN can help you out.
"How to cancel Amazon Prime" is a common search query as people wonder how they can unsubscribe themselves from the popular big-box retailer.
Stop searching tab-by-tab and use Firefox’s built-in tab search tool to find what you’re looking for.
Here's how to scan a QR code on Android quickly and easily. These methods will work whether you have a Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, OnePlus, Motorola or any other brand.
Here's how to find a Wi-Fi password on Android for any network that you've previously joined whether you need it for yourself or want to share it quickly with friends or family.
Despite what it may seem, macOS’s menu bar can do a lot more than offering a quick glance at the time and your Wi-Fi connection.
Purchasing cryptocurrency isn’t the only way to acquire digital assets; one can acquire some of the world’s most popular virtual currencies by mining them.
Instead of keeping these in tabs, we're going to use a little bookmark hack to get a list of all the URLs in open tabs.
A simple Command Prompt command allows you to create dozens, even hundreds, of folders at once in Windows 10.
Did you just find the perfect reaction GIF for your next Google Hangout? You can save these images to your Chromebook's internal storage for later use.
Apple added Dark Mode on macOS, which dims many of the screen elements from their usual, blinding whites, to soothing dark tones, often matching its Space Gray MacBook models.
Whether you're working on a report for class or just want a way to keep your pages in order after you print them, here's how to add page numbers to a Google Doc.
If you've ever encountered an unresponsive program in Windows (and who hasn't?), you’ve undoubtedly used the Ctrl-Alt-Delete key combination to force the program to quit. Unlike PCs, however, ma...