If you're a funny, creative person, learning how to make money on YouTube, isn't so difficult. We'll teach you how to set your account up to start earning and how to keep it that way, by avoiding demonetization.
Finding love is anything but easy. Luckily, there are dozens of dating services with complex algorithms designed to spit out your soulmate on the first try. Here are the best of the best online dating sites.
For better or worse, cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are here to stay -- so you should probably know the basics about them. Here's everything you need to know about crypto -- from how to buy and sell virtual currency, to whether or not it's a smart investment for you.
Wish you knew how to block browser and website notifications? You can do it on a case by case basis, but that can become dull after the 10th site has asked for your approval. Here's how to block them outright.
Want to learn how to cancel your Audible membership? It's easier than you might think. Just follow along with these steps and you'll be rid of the audiobook listening service for good. Or until you sign up again.
Slack is an common means of communication in the workplace, but how do you use some of the app's lesser-known features to get the most out of your experience? Here's what you need to know to stay organized, efficient, and entertained.
If you're a cable cutter who still wants to enjoy quality sports highlights and analysis, YouTube is the place to go. There are plenty of great sports-centric channels on YouTube, each of which provides great highlights and top-shelf analysis. Here are our favorites.
Google is rolling out its latest version of Android Messages starting this week. The new version can send and receive texts right from any browser window. Here's how to load it on your computer and start texting with ease.
Need to learn how to make a YouTube channel? It's easier than you think. If you have an existing Google account or not, the process is just a few quick steps. Follow along with us here and you'll be started in no time.
Got a really cool idea for a website, but don't know how to bring it to life? Check out this simple beginner's guide on how to make a website and learn everything you need to know about getting started.
Feeling anxious about the results of the presidential election? Do you feel a pressing need to constantly check polling results? We have compiled a list of the best places for election coverage online, so you can stay informed.
Next time you're making a purchase from Amazon, you may want to look closer. A new report from ProPublica suggest the best price isn't always the one shown -- but it might be the one the retailer wants you to buy.
Looking for a job? Don't search hard -- search smart. If you utilize this clever automation technique, you'll spend less time searching and more time actually applying for the jobs you're interested in.
The FBI is pushing for expanded powers that would allow the agency to obtain a user's "electronic communication transactional record." An ECTR coalition comprised of Google, Yahoo, Facebook, and privacy organizations strongly disagree.
There are thousands upon thousands of quality WordPress themes to choose from, but how do you weed out the good from the bad? Check out our picks for the best WordPress themes to find out which ones may be suitable for you.
With a little bit of extra effort and careful shopping, you can save yourself a bundle on textbooks this semester, and to help you do that, we've put together this quick reference guide on how and where to get cheap textbooks online.
According to new NYC subway testing data released Monday by Global Wireless Solutions (GWS), riders of the Q train enjoy the best overall data performance, the best mobile data performance, and pretty decent transit wireless Wi-Fi.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler’s new Net neutrality proposal aims to reclassify broadband under Title II, end throttling, blocking, and paid prioritization. Here’s what it all means and how it will affect you.
Google has confirmed it's preparing to roll out child-oriented versions of its most popular products some time next year. The initiative will see "fun and safe" versions of YouTube and Search launched for kids and will also incorporate educational elements.