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Mobile

Make texts more expressive (and absurd) by creating your own emoji 2:20

Generic emojis are for suckers, especially when you can use an app like Bitmoji to turn yourself into an emoji. Here's a quick breakdown of the app's biggest features.
Mobile

How to use the camera in the LG G5 to take awesome photos

The LG G5 retains the best features of its predecessor, and adds a few others that help make it one of the top shooters available. Here's how to properly use them and take your photography to the next level.
Computing

How to send free text messages from your PC 2:49

Texting is a fact of life, but that doesn't mean you always have to have your phone handy. Here are the best ways to send text message from your computer, whether you prefer to use your favorite email client or Windows 10.
How-To

Learn to keep your Calendar organized with our best Google-fu 5:20

Google Calendar is as convenient as it is intuitive, especially if you know what you're doing. Check out a few of our favorite pointers for the Google service, so you can master it in know time.
Cool Tech

Weekend Workshop: Play the ultimate skill game with this one-hole elliptical pool table

Traditional six-hole billiards tables are excellent tests of talent, no doubt, but this one-hole elliptical pool table is truly a game of incredible skill. Here's how you can easily build one of these tables in just a few hours.
Gaming

How to conquer the world of Blizzard’s Overwatch, even on a wimpy gaming PC

Overwatch is one of the most attractive games to come out of Blizzard for quite some time, but that means it's also one of the most challenging to run. Which settings can you tweak, and which are dragging you down?
Mobile

How to flash the factory image for the May 2016 security update on Nexus devices

The best thing about owning a Nexus devices is the faster updates. However, who wants to wait for an over-the-air update? This guide will show you how to get the most recent version of Android N or Android Marshmallow on your device right…
Computing

Vanquish Wi-Fi dead zones by turning an old router into a wireless extender

Is there a Wi-Fi deadzone in your home or office? A Wi-Fi repeater can help. And if you have an old router, you can turn it into a repeater with a simple hack. That dead spot will be gone in no time.
Cars

A little elbow grease goes a long way: How to change your car’s oil

Given the convenience and price of most mechanics, learning how to perform an oil change is now something of a lost art. Follow these simple steps and you'll be able to stay home and save yourself some money.
Mobile

How to root your Android phone or tablet in 2016 (and unroot it)

Are you wondering whether to root your Android smartphone? Perhaps you’ve decided to do it and you just need to know how? You’ll find an explanation and a quick guide to Android rooting right here.
Computing

Can’t find files on your PC? Here’s how to rediscover them with Windows’ desktop search

Do you use the Windows 10 Search bar a lot? If so, check out our handy guide for a few ways to save time, customize your results, and search in Windows 10 like a boss.
Cool Tech

When your phone is too small for big ideas, you need a smart whiteboard 2:09

Smart Kapp is a smart whiteboard that allows you to draw with an ordinary dry-erase marker, then share a digital version of it seamlessly from an app, no sloppy camera shot needed.