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If your iPhone button is not responding and you're out of warranty, here are four things you can do to fix it.
Whether you're setting up your new iPhone 5 or updating an older model, iOS 6 boasts more than 200 new features. Sharon Vaknin highlights four new settings you should be using right now.
Find out how to manage and store tickets, coupons, and more in the new Passbook app in iOS 6.
Learn how to dictate your tweets to Siri using iOS 6 on the iPhone.
Dong Ngo shows how he's in total control when it comes to networking and more.
Bill Detwiler shows you how to remove and replace a cracked LCD panel from a laptop.
Learn how to upgrade your home music system with a disco-worthy light show.
Give your old hard drives a new lease on life. Sharon Vaknin shows you how a drive from an old laptop or desktop can be repurposed for use with your current computer.
Learn some quick and easy ways to squeeze better audio quality from Apple's iTunes music software.
DIY a camera strap that slings over the shoulder and glides across the strap for comfort and quick access to your dSLR when you need it.
Learn how to add a second layer of password protection to your Google and Gmail account using two-step verification.
The iPhone headphones (or any headphones with a mic and remote) can control your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch in up to 10 different ways.
Use AirPrint to send documents and photos from your iOS device directly to your printer over Wi-Fi.
Learn how to digitally record old analog VHS home movies onto your computer using one simple cable and some free time.
Taking notes with a pen and paper may seem old-fashioned, but Sharon Vaknin shows you how to make them more modern -- and just maybe more useful, too.