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This view of Honopū Valley, located in Kauaʻi, Hawaiʻi, is something you'll only see on an Apple TV — and now, your computer.

Apple used helicopters and drones to film stunning 4K screensavers for the Apple TV — here’s how to get them on your computer

Apple used drones, helicopters, and the International Space Station to film screensavers for the Apple TV, and there's a way to get them on your Mac.
Here's how the Apple Card looks once you start making purchases.

Your Apple Card changes colors depending on what you buy — here’s how it works

Getting a visually pleasing bird's eye view of your credit-card purchases is easily one of the coolest features of the Apple Card.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Want to get rid of Facebook for good? Here’s how to do it.

Between user privacy issues and political scandals, many people are looking to break up with Facebook — for good. Follow this guide and you can too.
A fake tombstone.

This tool lets you bequeath your Google account to a trusted person when you die — here’s how to set it up

Google has a tool that lets you turn over your account and all its contents to your trusted loved ones or automatically delete your account in the event of an accident or death. Here's how to set it up.

Google still tracks you even with ‘location history’ turned off — here’s how to disable that completely on iPhone and Android

Even with the 'location history' setting switched off, Google can still track your physical location, according to a recent Associated Press investigation. However, the location tracking can be turned off completely with a few extra steps.

Instagram will now let you add music to your stories — here’s how to do it

On Thursday, Instagram launched a new feature that allows users to add clips of songs in their stories. Up to 15 seconds of a song can be included.

Gmail can now autocomplete entire emails with a new feature called Smart Compose — here’s how to turn it on

One of the best announcements that came out of this year's Google I/O was a new feature for Gmail called Smart Compose, which lets Gmail autocomplete entire messages for you. Unlike many of the other announcements from Google I/O, Gmail Smart Compose can actually be switched on and used right now.

Here’s how to use Airtable, the user-friendly spreadsheet app that’s taking Silicon Valley by storm

Airtable has become a sleeper hit in Silicon Valley, with WeWork and Tesla included among its customers.

How to use Bumble, the women-focused dating app that just turned down a $450 million buyout offer

Bumble is a dating app that forces women to make the first move. Founded in 2014, the app now boasts more than 12.5 million users.