Rice can't save your iPhone from water damage, but other strategies can.
The Internet Archive has more than 8500 MS-DOS games online, and they’re playable in nearly any browser. Prepare to kiss your free time goodbye.
Deciding to write 'disc' or 'disk' depends on what kind of disc it is. Sometimes.
New technology will soon allow travelers to pat themselves down at airport security checkpoints.
You’re not the only person who has Googled “NPC meaning” of late.
With these October Prime Day tech deals, you can save on Apple AirPods, Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II, and so much more.
With these October Prime Day deals, you can get select Amazon devices starting for as low as $13, plus save big on Fire TVs, Ring video doorbells, and more.
The ‘phone phreakers’ of the 1960s and 1970s indirectly led to the tech boom of today.
Still miss your old Friendster account? Discover why that and other once-popular social media platforms got discontinued here.
Ask Jeeves became a casualty of the search engine wars of the early 2000s. Eventually, their mascot was escorted right out the door.
There's a week left to file a claim for your (small) share of a $725 million settlement.
A new feature for iOS 17 can create a simulation of your voice.
The website formerly known as Twitter has replaced its bird logo with an X, but there's a way for iPhone users to get the old icon back on their home screen.
Discover the most commonly mispronounced tech terms and brand names, and settle once and for all whether it’s ”jif or ”gif.”
You don't need to use a bulky scanner to scan your documents. If you own an iPhone, it's as easy as taking a picture.
TSA agents need a closer look at your computer. Here's why.
Although we’re probably still a long way off from the sentient forms of AI that are depicted in film and literature, we can turn to fiction to probe the questions raised by these technological advancements.
Canada is making it easier for digital nomads from around the world to bring their work abroad.
Getting locked out of your iPhone is frustrating. But it’s possible to solve the problem of a forgotten passcode without hiring a hypnotist.