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    If you’re worried about Amazon Sidewalk, here’s how to opt out

    If you’re worried about Amazon Sidewalk, here’s how to opt out

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    The single best way to make your smartphone less stressful

    The single best way to make your smartphone less stressful

    Silence the worst parts, enhance the best. My smartphone is a war zone. On one side, there are the user experience designers creating ever-more-tantalizing tricks to gain my attention—and it’s happening on your phone, too. On the other side are the users themselves, trying to mute, block, and filter …

    5 ways to keep your computer from slowing down

    5 ways to keep your computer from slowing down

    Don’t let your machine succumb to old age. Neither you nor your gadgets can escape the passage of time. But when it comes to your computer, you can at least make sure it has a long and full life by minimizing some of the creeping effects of old age. Some regular maintenance can work wonders, so don’t …

    Make your laptop battery last all day

    Make your laptop battery last all day

    Take these steps to reduce your battery anxiety. We’re all at the mercy of the battery packs inside our smartphones and laptops. Once these batteries die, our lives get put on hold until we can find somewhere to plug in again. It’s no wonder battery life estimates are one of the first specs many of …

    4 tips to make your phone battery last longer

    4 tips to make your phone battery last longer

    Never say die. This story has been updated. It was originally published in March 16, 2020. To own a smartphone is to know the frustration of having its battery die right when you need it most—whether you’re approaching your next high score or need to call Mom. Modern-day displays and phone tech put a …

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