The Google Pixel 5 should be the first phone with Android 11 while offering several hardware upgrades. Here's everything we know so far.
Comcast offers wireless phone service through Xfinity Mobile. We look at what the service provides and whether it’s a good value.
There's a new version of Samsung's foldable flip phone. Here's everything we know about the Galaxy Z Flip 5G.
The ability to tweak Android to your preferences includes browsing the web. Here's a round-up of the best Android browsers and how their features compare.
Kaspersky Safe Kids is the cheapest good option for monitoring Android, but Net Nanny is better for keeping an eye on Apple mobile devices.
Net Nanny is one of the best parental-control apps on iOS or Android, though it lacks call or text monitoring.
Acronis True Image is expensive and complicated, but it offers a wide range of options and features for hard-core PC users.
With big improvements to its Windows and Android apps, 1Password isn't just for Apple users anymore, but it still lags behind LastPass.
LastPass's free version gives you almost everything you need from a password manager, and LastPass's moderately-priced paid version is the best out there.
Keeper is not the flashiest password manager, but it works well, has excellent security features and is not expensive.
Blur is just okay as a password manager, but it has excellent privacy protections if that's what you're looking for.
The free and open-source KeePass isn't for everyone, but if you're willing to put in some effort, it's one of the most powerful password managers out there.
The once-innovative True Key hasn't changed in years and lacks many features and functions now common among other password managers.
RoboForm doesn't offer much more than the basics of password management and form filling, but it does them well for a bargain price.
IDrive is best for anyone who has multiple machines to back up. Just keep an eye on the 5TB or 10TB storage limit.
Dashlane is a powerful, attractive and easy-to-use password manager, but its hefty price is tied to extra features you probably don't need.
Avast Mobile Security offers a lot of features, but performs inconsistently, and its free version is full of ads.
Google Pay lets you use your phone to pay for things in stores. Here's how to use Google Pay and how to set up your mobile wallet.
Carbonite Safe online backup works fine and has theoretically unlimited storage, but there's no reason to recommend it when other services offer the same features for a fraction of Carbonite's prices.