Need to remove a Google Gmail Account from an Android device? This article shows you how to do it.
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A new feature in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update called “Continue on PC.” It allows you to start work on your phone and move it to PC.
All network computing devices have a unique, hard coded address called a MAC address. Here’s how to find it on all your various computing devices.
Google has added a new feature to your Android device that saves the screenshots of your searches. Here is how to stop it.
There are times when you need to remotely connect to a PC using Remote Desktop Protocol while on the go. Here’s a look at Microsoft’s RDP app for Android.
If you don’t have a wired internet connection you can use your Android handset as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Here’s a how to set it up using Android 7.0 Nougat.
We have shown you the “Flappy Bird” Easter egg available in Android 5.0 Lollipop and 6.0 Marshmallow, and now we have a new one for Android 7.0 Nougat.
Does your phone keep saying you have a new voicemail even after you dismiss it? This quick fix resolves the issue.
If you run into a situation where you need to mirror your Android to a Windows 10 PC with Anniversary Update or higher, you can do it using the Connect app.
By creating a guest account, you can have peace of mind knowing that your data won’t be compromised when someone needs to borrow your phone.
Google Maps now provides easy access to nearby food, traffic info, and commute times in a new information panel at the bottom of the home screen.
Super Bowl 51 is on Sunday and before you get stuffed with beer and food, here are some apps to help you have fun and get more out of the big game.
You can export vCard data from iOS to Android or from Android to iPhone in just a few minutes.
A picture is worth a thousand words—but most could use a little jazzing up. Artisto is yet another selfie app that brings filters and stickers to your mobile photos in an effort to inject a little fun into your photography. Best of all: it’s free.