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How to Watch the 2021 Grammy Awards without Cable

Like most events for the past year, the 2021 Grammy Awards will be held virtually. The ceremony honoring the best in music airs on March 14, 2021, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Here’s how you can stream the 2021 Grammys….

What Does the ECG App on My Apple Watch Do?

The ECG app on your Apple Watch is an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), similar to what you’d find in a doctor’s office. You can use it to monitor certain aspects of your heart health. Here’s what you need to know….

How to Use Breakout Rooms in a Zoom Meeting

Zoom meetings can very easily feel overwhelming when there are a lot of people involved. A feature called “Breakout Rooms” can help large groups by allowing people to break off into smaller groups. It’s a handy trick to know….

How to Cancel Your Apple One Subscription

Apple One is a handy way to bundle multiple Apple subscription services together for one monthly payment. But if it’s not the right fit for you, it’s easy to cancel Apple One on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Here’s how….

How-To Geek Is Now on Google News

Today, we’re proud to announce that How-To Geek is now an approved content source on Google News. In addition to browsing all our latest content, you can also keep up with our coverage in categories like Windows, Mac, Linux, …

The 10 Best Animated Movies on Disney+

Disney animation’s history goes back nearly 90 years. Much of it can be viewed on Disney+ alongside work from Disney-owned animation studios Pixar and Blue Sky. Here are 10 of the best animated movies to stream on Disney+….

What Is Secure Email, and Should You Switch?

Email was invented in 1971 and has changed very little since then. In that time, it’s managed to become a major security risk to individuals, governments, and private companies around the world. This might explain the rising …
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