Two-factor authentication (2FA) provides an effective way to deter people from hijacking an online account. But there's no turning back once it's on.
If you set up your Mac correctly, you can get the best of both worlds.
Where reality and Maps differ, you can set things right.
Alexa Routines creates lots of new possibilities for your Amazon Echo. Here's how to put them to use.
Apple Music is finally available for streaming on all Amazon Echo devices. Here's how to set it up the right way.
The iPhone offers a high degree of control over which apps get to see your location. You can even turn off tracking entirely.
Apple added and improved tools to check on battery usage and its current state.
iOS backups don’t include email, but you can copy to a synced IMAP email account.
You may see this even when you haven’t changed your Apple ID when downloading or purchasing apps on your Mac.
With watchOS 5.1.2, Apple has enabled ECG and irregular heart rate notifications. Here's everything you need to know.
iCloud can be a useful tool when you need to restore an iPhone or iPad from an iOS backup.
With website breeches happenings at a blistering pace and people creating more and more online accounts, giving the gift of security can save a lot of headaches.
The vestiges of Num Lock remain in macOS in a newer feature, Mouse Keys.
A VPN effectively prevents even a network operator from peeping your activities.
Those missing images aren’t gone for good if you act quickly.