Have you ever been troubled by the videos YouTube recommends to you? If you want to take control of your YouTube Home, this article will show you how.
Save money with a refurbished Mac laptop. Here's a guide on how to buy used machines, including considerations and important cautions.
The Meazor device is an app-enabled measuring device that seems to want to be all things to all people. While it doesn't quite succeed at that, it has a few useful and unique features.
Overall, we were impressed with Private Internet Access -- as long as you're not trying to connect to India. It's well worth taking a look.
Amazon now has an entire army of Echo devices. Don't get overwhelmed. Here's our top 11 options to help you decide.
Anti-malware vendors are taking a page from the malware makers they're supposed to be policing. What if all software vendors decide to embed crypto-miners and skim the profits?
Hey, it's only fake money, right?
The one where our intrepid columnist follows the [Action Required] notice he got from Google and takes action. Did it work? You'll have to read the article to find out.
If you're buying Bitcoin using PayPal, check your anonymity at the door. Not only do you ante up with money, but with an uncomfortable amount of personal identifiable information (PII). Oh, and then it broke.
Microsoft has done a good job with Windows 11, but that doesn't mean there isn't a bit to get stressed out about.
Maker, builder, crafter, engineer, designer...DIY innovation and creativity are part of our new normal, as more of us blend work and home life into one coherent lifestyle. Learn about tools, techniques, and technologies that can give you the edge.
We look at two new Western Digital external drives from their SanDisk Professional G-DRIVE series and put them through performance tests. How do they compare to internal storage and to our previous favorite, the Samsung T5? Read on to find out.
We take a moment to remember the six workers who died during a devastating tornado on Friday night.
Want to make sure you have a local or backup copy of all that mission-critical business and personal history in your Gmail archives? David Gewirtz takes you through an array of options.
If you're working across a whole bunch of email messages for a project, this hack will give you a way to focus in on just the key messages you need to work with.