Despite its outstanding popularity and photo-sharing dominance, Instagram certainly isn't for everyone. Thankfully, deleting your account is as easy as logging into the site and clicking a few buttons.
Everyone should back up their photos to a computer -- after all, doing so opens up a whole world of editing and sharing opportunities. Here's how to transfer your images using third-party services and a wealth of storage devices.
Amazon's virtual assistant does more than you might think -- well, assuming you know how to access Alexa's treasure trove of skills. Here are some of our favorites, whether you need to order a pizza or check the weather report.
You can do a lot with an iPhone, but if you ever run into an issue with it, the first thing you should do is restart it. In this guide, we'll tell you how to soft reset an iPhone, and explain how it differs from a factory reset.
The wait is almost over. On March 2, you’ll officially be able to run out and purchase one of AMD’s new Ryzen CPUs -- if there are any left. Pre-orders started last week at 185 retail outlets, but you might want to get yours in quick.
Resetting an iPhone can alleviate all sort of software woes, and wipe any info you might want to pass on should you sell your device or give it to someone else. Here's how to do so, whether you intend to perform a factory reset…
Electronics can be expensive -- after all, cutting-edge specs come at a price. Here, we take a look at what refurbished means, what devices you should buy refurbished, and which outlets offer the deepest discounts.
The Nintendo Switch uses cartridge-based games, but its internal storage may fill up quicker than you'd think. Here's what you should consider when picking out a microSD card to expand your Switch's storage capacity.
Migrating your your files can be a bit tricky, whether you’re moving your Windows install to a new hard drive or an entirely new rig. Thankfully, this guide will help you move files, settings, and other critical data to a new drive.