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How to buy the best SD card for your camera, phone, tablet

Admit it, you're confused about which secure digital (SD) memory card to buy. We'll help you figure out the best SD/ Micro SD card for your GoPro, DSLR, phone, tablet, or Nintendo Switch.

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Macworld Podcast 638

FaceTime bug, Apple’s Q1 2019 financial results, iOS and macOS Public Betas, Apple’s gaming service

We talk about the latest in Apple-related news, and we feature your comments and questions

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The five coolest tech products that should have arrived in 2018 but didn't

Don't call them vaporware just yet, but there are some cool things that missed the 2018 deadline.

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HighPoint RocketStor 6661A Thunderbolt 3 storage enclosure review: Fast, easy and affordable

HighPoint's RocketStor 6661A Thunderbolt 3 PCIe/NVMe enclosure is a relatively affordable way to add super-fast storage to your system or laptop. Assuming, of course, you have a T3 port.

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After another massive Google+ data breach, you should probably delete your profile right now

Google has announced another Google+ data breach, this time affecting more than 50 million users. So here's how to shut down your profile for good.

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iPhone XR vs Android’s best: A razor-thin margin of victory

Can Apple's newest iPhone stand up to the best Android handsets of the year—the Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 3 XL, and OnePlus 6T? We break it down by design, display, performance, camera, battery life and more.

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How 'free' Wi-Fi hotspots can track your location even when you aren't connected

Some free Wi-Fi hotspots are tracking the locations of users who've signed on even if they're no longer connected. PCWorld investigates how this happens.

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T-Mobile data breach FAQ: What happened, how it affects you, and what you should do now

T-Mobile has divulged that hackers made off with some personal data in an attack on its servers earlier this week. Here's what the company is saying and how it affects you.

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Google Privacy Checkup FAQ: How to limit tracking and still use the apps you love

Here's everything you need to know about the fine line between keeping your Google account private and destroying your favorite apps.

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Apple gets its ultimate revenge on Michael Dell with the world’s first trillion-dollar market cap

AAPL briefly surpassed the fabled $1 trillion market capitalization, 20 years after Michael Dell famously said he’d shut down the company if he was in charge.

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Google takes on Apple, Windows with Chromebook attack ad as Amazon slashes Pixelbook prices

Google is running a new ad spotlighting Chromebooks' advantage over Mac and Windows PCs, namely longer battery life, less lag, and no viruses.

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Dashlane 6: What are the new features, and should you pay the higher price?

Dashlane 6 is out with new features, and the next time you pay for your premium subscription, it will cost a whole lot more than. Is the extra cost worth it?

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What Chrome's 'Not secure' warning for unencrypted HTTP websites really means

Google Chrome now labels any sites that lack HTTPS encryption as 'not secure,' but that doesn't mean you've been hacked.

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7 ways to master the new Google News and use it more like Google Reader

The new Google News app and web interface is yet another attempt by Google to replace the hole left behind by the death of Google Reader. Here's how to use it to its full potential.

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Apple adds secure emergency location features to get ahead of smartphones' 911 problems

Apple has announced a new feature in iOS 12 that will securely and accurately relay your location when you dial 911.