If you’re a major geekoid with tons of devices and use Amazon Cloud Player, it’s a good idea to periodically deauthorize the ones you don’t need. Here’s how
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Encrypting an Android device is a good idea if there’s sensitive data stored on it locally. Encrypting it is easy, but there’s a few things to keep in mind.
Sometimes you tweet out information which is only valid for a certain amount of time. Here’s how to set them to automatically delete themselves.
Apps rely on access to your Twitter and Facebook data to work. Of course you need to authorize them, but it’s a one time deal, and often forgotten.
The Google Chromebook is going to be a popular item for the holiday season. And if you received one, you’ll definitely wan to make sure you keep it updated. By default each time you turn on your Chromebook, the system automatically checks for updates and applies what it finds. But you might want to manually […]
The Windows Experience Index is an easy way to assess a computer’s performance at a glance. Microsoft now hides the feature in Windows 8.1. Here’s how to find it.
Securing your iPhone or iPad running iOS 7 is just as important as locking down your laptop or PC. Here’s five tips to secure it and protect your privacy.
Bing is more than a search engine and is deeply integrated into Windows 8.1. Here’s a cool way to create music playlists with Bing search and XBox Music.
iOS 7 has several new features that allows you to have more control over apps than previous versions. Here’s a look at some of the new ways to manage them.
Whether you’re selling your iPad or iPhone running iOS 7, or just want a completely fresh start, you’ll need to do a factory reset of the device. Here’s how
Google Shared Endorsements is a new monetization strategy by Google where it uses its data about its users to sell stuff. Here’s how to disable it.
Windows Defender doesn’t have an option to schedule it to run on a schedule of your own in Windows 8.1. But with Task Scheduler, it’s easy to set up.
Google Chrome allows you to subscribe to different update channels. The Dev channel gives you features earlier, but should you be using them? Here’s a look.
Android users need to know about something called your Google Location History. Namely, Google keeps trace of where you’ve been. Here’s how to manage it.