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Here's how to watch your favorite guilty pleasures and never be embarrassed again.
Do you have an aging iPhone with a dying battery? Here are some helpful ways to get it replaced.
At F8, Oculus head Hugo Barra demos new immersive experiences that will be available to Oculus Go users.
Find out how to add a step counter to the Apple Watch's face and a few ways to get a more accurate accounting of your daily travels.
Here are some of the most interesting rumors about the potential iPhone SE 2, code-named Jaguar.
If you want to save all of your Instagram data so you can move to another platform -- or just keep a copy of everything -- now you can.
Apple recently announced a free battery replacement program for its 13-inch MacBook Pro. See if your laptop is eligible for a battery swap.
There's no escaping notches these days. Here are some of the notable phones that have notches.
Google's ARCore platform puts an augmented world at your fingerprints. Here are nine cool apps to try.
Google's AR-powered photo-recognition tool can help you find info about books and restaurants, plus keep your calendar and contacts up to date.
Stuck with slow browsing speeds? A simple fix could be changing the DNS server.
AirPlay 2 support and Messages on iCloud are the big additions to iOS 11.4, currently available in public beta.
These phones have very little border around their faces, with displays running right up to their edges.
Before you quit Facebook, download your data and take a look at everything the company has been tracking.
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.