When it comes to losing data, the question is when it will happen, not if it will happen. Everyone loses data eventually. Smart people have backups. Here’s how to pick the right backup drive for your needs.
Apple’s recently released iOS 11.3 has new features—Business Chat, Health Records, and more—that promise to make your iPhone or iPad even more useful. Be sure to check out the new Battery Health feature if you have an iPhone 6 or newer!
As revelations of Facebook’s bad behavior continue to come out, many people are concerned about letting Facebook have their data. We offer suggestions about how to keep your data private, both from other Facebook users and from Facebook itself.
Apple has introduced a new 9.7-inch iPad that’s faster than the previous model, takes Live Photos, and supports the Apple Pencil. And you can now use the Apple Pencil in the new Pages, Numbers, and Keynote!
Apple’s new HomePod smart speaker is garnering praise for its audio quality, but did you know it can work as a speakerphone or outboard speaker for your Apple TV? Read on for other important pros and cons to the HomePod.
If you’re inundated with telemarketing calls to your iPhone, you can fight back with a call blocking app. These apps put the kibosh on incoming calls that match the phone numbers of known telemarketers.
Need to pay a friend back for lunch, or get reimbursed for picking up groceries for a relative? As long as you both use an iPhone with iOS 11.2, the new Apple Pay Cash is the fastest and easiest way for individuals to exchange money.
Is Apple’s new space gray iMac for you? It has power to burn, making it ideal for video editors, audio professionals, engineers, and developers. But that power comes at a high price—read on to see if it’s worth it for you.
Want to avoid online identity theft? Use a password manager, strong passwords, and two-factor authentication. But there are also some insecure password habits that can undermine your security—read on to learn what NOT to do.
Phishing attacks—email containing links that try to get you to reveal usernames, passwords, or credit card details—are all too common these days. Follow our advice to learn how to identify malicious messages.