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These smart light bulbs are one of the best ways to upgrade any home — here’s what they’re like to use
Philips Hue smart lights aren't cheap. But they're totally worth it.
If any of your apps don’t work in MacOS Mojave, a small tweak in your settings might fix the problem
Adobe Photoshop wouldn't open after I upgraded to MacOS Mojave. But a simple trick fixed my problem — and it could fix your incompatible apps, too.
Instagram released a new feature that's going to make it a little more difficult to stay under the radar, as Instagram shared in a post on Thursday. Whenever you're online, a green dot screams "Hey, I'm online if you want to chat!" Here's how to turn that off.
Fortnite is available on phones, PC, Macs, and game consoles, but that means a lot could go wrong with regards to network connectivity. If Fortnite isn't working for you, here's what you should do.
Google Calendar has a new out-of-office feature that can automatically decline meeting invitations — here’s how to set it up
Google says its new out-of-office feature will "further improve your digital well-being" by letting you dictate when you can and cannot receive meeting requests and allowing you to set more customized work hours.
The FBI is warning you to reboot your router to prevent a new attack — here’s everything you need to do
On Friday, the FBI said anyone who uses a router to connect to the internet should reboot their routers. That will "temporarily disrupt the malware and aid the potential identification of infected devices," according to the FBI. Here's how to do it.
Instagram's algorithm has always decided who's at the top of your feed and the beginning of your stories reel. Now it's going to give you the power to decide who goes and who stays.
The seemingly random emoji next to your friends' names on Snapchat actually aren't random at all — they're Snapchat's way of helping you keep track of your relationships.
Instagram is rolling out a feature that will let you download all of your photos and past searches in one fell swoop
Two weeks ago, Instagram announced it would release a Data Download tool allowing users to pull all content published to the platform — including photos and past searches — into a downloadable template.