As the volume of images shot with your iPhone grows, managing them is critical to the proper functioning of your handset. Having too many photos can deplete your storage. We show you how to delete and recover photos on your iPhone.
When you first purchased your iPhone or Android phone, it came with a generic name. But if you want a more personal touch, you can rename your phone with any name you want. Here’s how.
Amazon recently rolled out a software feature called Drop In, which allows remote users to automatically connect to your Echo devices. Here’s how to utilize it with your smart speakers, or prevent users from accessing it temporarily.
Headed to CES 2020 this year? Looking to make the most of your time there? Check out these tips and tricks. We guarantee they’ll improve your show experience.
Find My is an Apple app and service that lets you locate and track the whereabouts of iOS, iPadOS, MacOS, WatchOS devices, and AirPods. It replaces and supplements the previous Find My iPhone and Find My Friends apps. Here’s how to use it.
The 77th annual Golden Globes air live on NBC on January 5th. From the red carpet coverage to the ceremony itself, there’s a lot to see. Here’s how to watch on TV or online so you don’t miss a thing.
Google Photos is among the most popular cloud-based photo backup and storage apps for both iOS and Android. Here are some tips on how to get the most from the service.
With iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, you can use sophisticated multitasking features to work with two apps at the same time, to watch a movie, check your email, glance at the news, and other tasks. We show you how to get it done.
Even if you are not obsessed with privacy, the idea that you can constantly be tracked through your smartphone apps is disconcerting. We’ll show you how to put a stop to it.