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Google Flights is an easy, insightful way to arrange travel online. Here are some tips for getting the best Google Flights deals while searching for your next trip.
The way you track your iPhone or your friends changes in iOS 13. Meet the new Find My app, which is the new home for tracking things and people on your iPhone.
This discounted movie ticket service is like MoviePass, but it's cheaper. Of course, there's a catch.
MoviePass offers you the chance to see a movie every day for less than $10 a month. Is it too good to be true?
Scooters from Bird and Lime promise to make getting around town a lot faster in a growing number of cities, but the vehicles are proving controversial.
Your child may be demanding a smartphone, but is he or she ready for that responsibility? Here's what you should consider when deciding whether your child should have a phone.
CryptoKitties is a game built on blockchain that lets you acquire, breed and sell virtual cats, sometimes for serious cash.
Keeping up with your social-media-savvy teen can be exhausting, but not impossible. Get up to date on Snapchat with this handy guide
Discord knows what games you're playing because that's how it's programmed to work. However, the app doesn't communicate this feature well.
Google's new chat app features an AI bot and predictive responses. Here's how to make sense of Allo and its inherent security questions.
T-Mobile versions of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge come with locked bootloaders, which upsets plenty of power users and developers. What's a lockd bootloader, and what's the big deal?
Here's what you need to know about YouTube Gaming, Google's gamer-centric video platform designed to take down Twitch.
Meerkat has become a streaming sensation since its February 2015 launch. Here's a quick guide to what you can expect when you try this live streaming app.
A new keyboard app called Fleksy for iOS and Android lets you type without looking at your screen. Here's how to use it.
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