Someone is claiming to sell a 32GB SD card on Google Play. Seriously.
Laptops promise anywhere from 15 to 24 hours of battery life, but you’ll be lucky to get 10 hours. Those estimates aren’t wrong, and there’s no mistake: Manufacturers choose the most unrealistic benchmark wi...
You know how Steam constantly asks you to confirm your age, even though did that a few days ago? That’s not stopping any time soon.
Love Reddit but hate the hompage? Subsrv is a clean alternative you can set up quickly.
Google recently released a set of two-factor authentication (2FA) security keys called the Titan Security Bundle. This set includes a traditional USB-based Universal Second Factor (U2F) key for use on a computer and a combina...
Skype now lets you record calls with no additional software. Microsoft’s new call-recording feature works for both audio and video calls, and even records shared screens in video calls. Skype notifies everyone on the ca...
Chrome 69, which marks the browser’s 10-year anniversary, is a huge release. The slick new theme is the most visible change, but there are more new features. For example, you can now personalize Chrome’s New Tab p...
Chome 69 has a new, rounded look, but some people prefer the old style. Here’s how to get it back.
Chrome now recommends strong passwords when you create an account, meaning you’ve got no excuse for re-using a password ever again.
Google is celebrating Chrome’s ten-year anniversary with a slick new theme, but there’s another big new change. The familiar green lock and “Secure” indicator in the address bar are going away....
Like stargazing? Stellarium, the open source astronomy software used by universities all over the world, now runs in your browser.
If you live in a bilingual household, you likely switch back and forth between both languages all throughout the day. Google Assistant can now seamlessly transition between two languages, offering a more familiar feel in bili...
Emoji have opened new forms of communication—using little faces makes it easier to express sarcasm, sadness, and nearly any other emotion. Having an emoji that looks like you is even better.
An upcoming Firefox feature will highlight extensions as you browse the web, pointing out tools that might protect your privacy or otherwise enhance the site.
Is your iPhone 8 restarting unexpectedly, freezing, or not turning on? You might have a faulty logic board, and if so Apple will replace it for free.
Notifications are annoying, but your notification sounds don’t have to be. iRingPro is a huge collection of soothing sounds you can download for free right now and use on your phone.
Google tracks Mastercard purchases to see if online advertisements prompt real-world sales. The deal is worth millions of dollars, with Mastercard basically selling customer data to Google.
Microsoft’s Office 365 service has been a great deal for a long time, and it’s getting better. Starting October 2, 2018, Office 365 Home will let six users install an unlimited number of Office applications....
An upcoming version of Firefox will block cross site tracking by default.
Trolls delight in making up “hilarious” fake names, so websites try to filter certain words for new accounts. What if your real name contains one of those words?
US students can get Spotify Premium for $5 a month, with Hulu and Showtime thrown in.
An original Apple 1, hand-built by Steve Wozniak in 1976, is up for auction in September. It’s expected to sell for $300,000 or more.
Love Sticky Notes in Windows, but wish notes synced between computers? Good news: that feature is coming.
Classic Nickelodeon cartoons are now offered on VRV, a $10 a month streaming service from AT&T.
Windows/Mac/Linux/Android: Love the feel of writing by hand, but wish you could use features like copy/paste and undo? Write is a free tool that lets you do just that.