How to find a lost phone

Tom Grundy/Shutterstock So you’ve lost your phone. We’ve all been there. It was just in your pocket a minute ago — and now it’s gone, lost to the phone fairies, forgotten between the seats of your couch, or misplaced somewhere during your busy day. Maybe it’s just in your other coat, or maybe it’s already in … Read moreHow to find a lost phone

Best Buy slashes the price of the iPad Mini 4 for its anniversary sale

Jessica Lee Star/Digital Trends When it comes to smartphones, there is a clear dichotomy: Android versus Apple. Though a lot of features are similar between the two, there is a certain level of loyalty deeply rooted on either side. Occasionally, an Apple user will convert to Android and vice versa, but for the most part, … Read moreBest Buy slashes the price of the iPad Mini 4 for its anniversary sale

Best Buy drops the price of MacBooks for its anniversary sale

With brands like HP, Dell, Lenovo, and Samsung all vying for your attention, finding the right laptop can be a real struggle. Whether you’re looking for something with a little processing power or an impressive graphics card, you’ll need to carefully consider all of the options before making your purchase.  If you have your heart … Read moreBest Buy drops the price of MacBooks for its anniversary sale

How to reset your iPhone

We’ve spent years with the iPhone, and discovered countless tips and tricks to get the most out of it, but it’s always good to know the basics. Something everyone needs to know is how to reset an iPhone. The steps were exactly the same on every device up until the iPhone 6S Plus, but things changed a little with … Read moreHow to reset your iPhone

Australian student hacks into Apple, steals 90GB of data because he’s a ‘fan’

A 16-year-old student attending a private school in Melbourne, Australia, broke into Apple’s network multiple times and downloaded 90GB of “secure” data for an entire year. He hacked into Apple’s network from his suburban home using tools and instructions stored on his PC in a folder named “hacky hack hack,” The Age reports. He accessed Apple … Read moreAustralian student hacks into Apple, steals 90GB of data because he’s a ‘fan’

How to use iTunes to make ringtones for an iPhone (any generation)

For many people, a ringtone is an expression of their inner self. When it comes to iPhone ringtones, Chimes and Ripple will only get you so far. Discerning iPhone users need a ringtone that suits them, and what better choice than a song they love? After all, iTunes makes playlists of your favorite songs, so … Read moreHow to use iTunes to make ringtones for an iPhone (any generation)

T-Mobile partners with Live Nation, Pandora to offer customers more perks

In addition to revealing that it’s reinventing its customer care service, T-Mobile made a few other announcements. Not only has the carrier partnered up with Live Nation to provide offers, but customers will also be getting a free year of Pandora Plus. T-Mobile’s partnership with Live Nation brings along a few cool perks — especially … Read moreT-Mobile partners with Live Nation, Pandora to offer customers more perks

How to fix a dead pixel

While you could pay someone to fix it for you or replace the offending screen entirely, learning how to fix a dead pixel yourself isn’t a complex process. But before you get started, you’ll need to determine whether you’re facing a dead pixel and a stuck pixel. A stuck pixel is generated when one or two of … Read moreHow to fix a dead pixel

Apple considers making its own health monitoring processors

Apple could be shaping up to take more of its technology creation in-house, if rumors based on a recent job listing are to be believed. Health sensors have become a large part of Apple’s hardware over the last few years. The Apple Watch Series 3 comes with an optical heart-rate sensor built in, as well … Read moreApple considers making its own health monitoring processors

Knoxville ranks No. 1 in mobile performance among U.S. metro areas, study says

Ever wonder where in the United States your mobile device would work best? According to RootMetrics’ most recent network performance test, Knoxville, Tennessee, takes the number one spot for mobile performance out of the 125 major metropolitan areas tested. Trailing closely behind in second place is St. Louis, while Minneapolis takes third. RootMetrics’ recent findings … Read moreKnoxville ranks No. 1 in mobile performance among U.S. metro areas, study says