Now that Prime Day is over, here's how you can cancel your free subscription.
It's easy to do a reverse image search on your PC, Mac, iPhone or Android phone if you follow these steps.
Here's how you can stream the Jan. 7 national championship game, using either a mobile app or a streaming service.
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The music and podcast site SoundCloud may be in trouble, but here's how you can still hang on to your tracks.
Twitter's new Twitter Lite and Data Saver modes aim to make the service better for those with limits on their mobile internet.
So, you've decided to delete your Yahoo account. Nobody can blame you, and we've got a guide for erasing it.
Facebook's new reporting options offer more direct and helpful ways to reach out to someone who is suffering with suicidal or self-harming tendencies.
Make sure you never miss a price-matching refund online with a new service called Paribus. Here's how to set it and forget it.
BitTorrent Labs has launched a pre-alpha of BitTorrent Sync, a local non-cloud distributed syncing service.
The Internet might be one of mankind's greatest achievements, but it can be a very dangerous place for kids if proper supervision isn't available. We look at parental controls for social networking sites, mobile devices, and your home network.
If you can't get your VPN to work through a firewall, you may be able to open some ports in your router’s firewall to get your VPN connection made.
The inability to open a website by name usually indicates a DNS (Domain Name System) problem. DNS is the service that converts the website URL, i.e. www.yahoo.com into the IP address that is needed for actual communication.
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