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  • Can you help me understand all the numbers on SD memory cards?

    Today’s memory cards are a confusing batch of geek speak, but once you understand some of the basics, it might make it easier to digest.
  • Tips for getting the most out of Instagram and your phone’s camera

    Your phone camera can take some pretty amazing photos, but there are a few things you can do to make your snaps truly Instagram-worthy.
  • Intel’s NUC is big performance tucked inside a small package

    Intel's NUC is now in its eighth generation of development and has proven to be a very powerful computing device for businesses and consumers.
  • Should I try updating my processor firmware now or wait?

    The Meltdown and Spectre processor flaws have created a mess for the tech industry with most companies scrambling to push out updates and patches.
  • How can I get my computer running again after Windows 10 crash?

    A Windows 10 crash, also known as the "BSOD," is among the most frustrating and potentially complicated issues that a user can ever face.
  • What do I need to do to protect my computer from microprocessor flaws?

    The Meltdown and Spectre processor security flaws, which many are calling the worst processor bug ever, should be of concern for all computer users.
  • What should be expected at this year’s CES?

    CES -- the show formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show -- is set to kickoff on Jan. 9, with various sneak peek events in the days before.
  • What can I do if my iPhone 6 is getting slow because of the update?

    If you find that your iPhone is becoming exceptionally slow due to the latest iOS update, you aren't alone. Here is what you can do to fix it.
  • Which DNA test is better, 23andMe or Ancestry DNA?

    For those looking to dig deeper into their DNA, Ken Colburn of Data Doctors recently tested out two popular DNA tests: 23andMe and Ancestry DNA.
  • What should we expect now that net neutrality is dead?

    Even though the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality regulations this week, read why one Arizona expert says it's not the “end of the internet as we know it.”
  • Looking to secure your home without using a monitoring contract?

    The do-it-yourself home security market has exploded with internet-connected devices that can monitor just about anything in or around your home.
  • With the increase in the value of Bitcoin, is it time for you to invest?

    You may be looking at the massive increase in Bitcoin's value as an incentive to start investing right away, but does that mean you should?
  • Comparing the Google Pixel 2 to the Samsung S8+

    The Google Pixel 2 and the Samsung S8+ are both very nice phones, but their differences make them perfect for certain users. Here's how to decide.
  • Is it safe to install iOS 11? Are there options if I don’t like it?

    Is it safe to install Apple's latest iPhone software, iOS 11? If you don't like it, are there options to remove it and go back to the old system?
  • This is the difference between the deep web and the dark web

    The deep web and the dark web are different, though they are essentially two sides of the same coin. Here's what separates them.