Few things are more bothersome than not being able to open a file when you need it most. Check out our quick guide about opening RAR files in Windows and MacOS, so you'll have little trouble opening the file format on either platform.
The iPhone's Camera app can capture just about anything -- except what's on the screen. Learn how to take an iPhone screenshot with just a few simple steps, even if one of your buttons is experiencing technical difficulties.
Have songs stuck on your iPod, but don't know how to properly transfer them to your PC or Mac? Here's how to quickly do it using iTunes or iExplorer, while minimizing potential conflicts and duplicate songs.
Although BBQ season has passed and gloomy, rainy weather is on the horizon, this DIY electric hot dog cooker assures there's no need to give up on enjoying an abundance of perfectly cooked franks this winter.
In this day and age, photographers are always looking for ways to use new tech to improve their workflows, manage clients, show off their work, and -- of course -- take pictures. One of the best tools available for photographers are…
The latest version of Apple's mobile platform, iOS, has finally been released into the wild. Here's how to download the operating system, whether you prefer to do so using iTunes or an over-the-air update on your iOS device.
After months of developer builds and sneak peaks, MacOS Sierra is finally here and within your reach. The update is pretty straightforward, but there are a couple extra steps you should keep in mind before taking the plunge.
By using little more than eight D-cell batteries, a glass Mason jar, and a graphite pencil needle, anyone can easily piece together their own electric light bulb this weekend and make Thomas Edison proud.