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Expect new features like improved media controls, autofill in browsers and a new way to edit screenshots when Android P is released later in 2018.
After a rough start years ago, Apple Maps has developed some cool features that might win you over.
Looking to get a little more oomph from the battery of your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus? These tips will get you better performance from your Samsung phone.
Get the most out of your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus right out of the box when you adjust settings for the display, home screen, battery and more.
Find out how Facebook labels you to advertisers and how to limit the data apps can access.
Check out these five ways to get some added oomph from your iPhone's audio.
We're getting our garden ready for spring with a custom smart-watering setup.
Don't let deer and rabbits eat all of your vegetables this year.
Here's many of the useful things you can do with your Amazon Prime membership.
Whether you're watching a game in a crowded bar or you want to enjoy private listening in your own home, Tunity streams audio from live TV directly to your phone.
You may have noticed a new icon has shown up in the iMessage app drawer. Here's some fun things you can do with it.
These computers have unique security features that are worth checking out.
Stolen Apple IDs are a hot commodity on the dark web. Find out how to safeguard your login information and keep your account secure.
Here's the cord-cutter's guide to watching the 2018 NCAA tourney.
Spring training games have begun and baseball's regular season will get underway later this month on March 29.