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First Aid Techniques You Should Know for 8 Common Injuries

Need to brush up your first aid skills? Here, a basic guide to managing cuts, scrapes, sprains, and more common medical mishaps.<p>A Bloody Nose<p>A …

Red Cross

The best cheap burgers in NYC

1<p>Photograph: Roxana Marroquin<p>Restaurants, Hamburgers<p>Single ShackBurger at Shake Shack<p>Danny Meyer's wildly popular burger-flipping empire is mobbed …

Burgers

The best soft serve ice cream in NYC

New Yorkers don’t discriminate when it comes to our love for ice cream, from classic scoops to ice cream sandwiches, but we do have a particularly …

Ice Cream

Make Chocolate Ice Cream At Home (Without An Ice Cream Machine)

Winter's here and the days are colder, but that doesn't mean you can enjoy a bit of ice cream when your sweet tooth strikes. Rather than pick up …

Dessert

The best cheap hotels in NYC

Find metropolitan style at affordable prices at the best cheap hotels in NYC. Whether you’re looking to learn about the city’s roots in a historical …

Times Square

Best tattoo shops in NYC

New Yorkers love them some tattoos—and for good reason. When you have one, just walking down the street makes you a moving piece of art, contributing …

How to Send A Fax From Gmail

Instant communication methods such as email and texting make it very easy to send messages, documents and other files with just a couple of mouse …

Apps

Give Out These Fake Prank Numbers to Creeps

You’re out on the town with your friends when some stranger takes a conversation from casual to creepy, then asks for your phone number. Give them …

Identity Theft

If You Care About Data, Change These 15 Default Privacy Settings Right Now

Say no to defaults.<p>On the Internet, the devil's in the defaults.<p>You're not reading all those updated data policies flooding your inbox. You probably …

Privacy

The best cheap eats in NYC

Dining on a dime is part of New York’s DNA—just look at the best cheap eats in NYC for proof, stocked with classic city grub from New York pizza …

Manhattan

How to go back on iPhone

Whether you’re new to iPhone or have had one for a while and are looking for ways to more smoothly go back to previous screens and content, follow along for several ways to go back on iPhone.<p>Especially if you’re coming to iPhone from Android where you may have been accustomed to a dedicated back …

Apps

Apple launches new privacy portal, users can download a copy of everything Apple knows about them

Apple has today launched its new Data and Privacy website, allowing Apple users to download everything that Apple personally associates with your account, from Apple ID info, App Store activity, AppleCare history to data stored in iCloud like photos and documents. This is currently only available …

App Store

Everything you should eat in Chinatown in one map

We combed Chinatown’s alleyways and secret menus to serve you the most authentic culinary adventures in the neighborhood. Take a look at the map …

How To: 14 Safari Privacy Settings You Need to Check on Your iPhone

Facebook, Equifax, even Twitter — thanks to recent security breaches and data scandals, our privacy and how it's managed is in the public eye more …

Information Systems

How to look up anything with one tap on Mac

On the Mac, you have long been able to tap on any word or phrase to look up a dictionary definition. Just click on the word using a three-finger tap on your trackpad, and the dictionary panel appears. But have you tried this recently? Today, in this simple popover panel, you can get full access to …

How to get the most space in your cloud storage—without paying to upgrade

Free up some spare room.<p>Cloud storage services have given us an easy, hardware-free way to back up and transfer files. Some of them even give you a little space for free. However, the key word is "little." Once you start uploading files and folders, that free storage fills up fast.<p>Before you go …

Google makes it easier to delete the search, browsing and viewing history it keeps on you

Google is making it easier to see the search, browsing and YouTube viewing history it keeps on you, to delete any items you don’t want included, and to stop the company from logging your activity in future …<p>It’s doing this to comply with new European privacy regulations, known as the General Data …

Google

How to Use the macOS App Switcher to Open Files, Hide and Quit Apps, and Launch Exposé

Most long-time macOS users will be aware of the Application Switcher. It's invoked using the <b>Command+Tab</b> keyboard shortcut, and lists all of the apps currently running on your Mac, enabling you to quickly switch between them.<p>In this article, we'll run through the Mac App Switcher's most basic …

How to Remove Third-Party Accounts Like Facebook From Your Mac

With the release of iOS 11, Apple nixed its built-in integration with Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and Vimeo, a feature that allowed iPhone and iPad users to store their third-party account information and access it within apps that needed to use those services.<p>Apple has yet to remove the equivalent …

How to master Split View on the Mac

Split view on the iPad is amazing. Two apps, side-by-side, open up all kinds of neat shortcuts. You can drag text, links, and pictures from Safari into notes apps, emails, Pages documents and so on. The Mac is less in need of such a mode, because screens are bigger, and you can already place two …

iOS 11 tips and tricks everyone should know | ZDNet

How to really turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth<p>Those buttons on the Control Center panel don't actually turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Instead they …

The best NYC street fairs

If you need another reason to get excited for summer, NYC street fairs take over various blocks in all five boroughs when the weather gets warmer. …

New Fake Flash Player Installer Malware Hits The Mac, And It’s Nasty!

- Apr 25, 2018<p>macOS usually does a pretty good job of protecting against malware (usually adware), and when one slips through the cracks, …

Cybersecurity

How to invoke split screen on iPad with iOS 11

With iOS 11, Apple supercharged the way how users. It came with many additions including a revamp to split screen multitasking. Gone is the swipe over and pick from a hideous and unintuitive app picker.<p>Follow along as we walk you through how to invoke and use split screen multitasking on the iPad …

How to Float Notes Over Application Windows in macOS

In the Notes app in macOS, it's possible to float individual notes over other windows so that they stay visible regardless of which application is active.<p>This makes for a convenient way to reference an existing note while writing an essay or report, for example. It also comes in useful if you want …

How to adjust text size and enable bold text on iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch

Some may argue that the default text size on iOS is too large, while others would say the font is simply too thin to be legible. Luckily, Apple has options for both kinds of people, allowing you to both enlarge or shrink the iOS text size, and bold if need be.<p>Follow along as we guide you through …

How to Customize Apple's Dock and Window's Start Menu to Make Your PC More Useful

Your Dock or Start menu is your way into macOS and Windows, respectively, as well as everything running on top of them. So it makes sense to have …

How to take screenshots on Mac

Taking a screenshot on iOS is relatively straightforward, but on macOS things are a bit more complex, though you also get more control. Here’s how to take a screenshot on macOS…<p>Follow along as we walk you through the several different methods of taking a screenshot on the Mac.<p>First we have to lay …

How to change your iPhone passcode so the cops can’t hack it

It’s time to stop using that useless 6-digit passcode on your iPhone. Now that cops around the U.S. are going crazy for the GrayKey, a little box that can crack your iPhone’s passcode in hours, it has become clear that the iPhone’s regular six-digit numerical code is no longer secure. And now these …

Everything You Need To Do On Your Phone Before Taking A Trip

Taking a trip away from home can be good for the body and soul, but it also means you're going to be without the safety net of your home and office …