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How to delete apps from your iPhone or iPad

You know how it is. Over the last several months, you‘ve downloaded abunch of apps, because hey most of them are free, right? And after trying them out, you decide some are just not for you. Or you find another one you like better. Or you play a game until you‘re tired of it and now you‘re never going to touch it again.For whatever reason, it doesn‘t take long before your phone is justloaded with apps. Now you‘re

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Where to find Black Friday deals on Apple products

If you‘re looking for good deals on Apple products this Black Friday, don‘t head to the Apple Store itself. Apple‘s ‘deals‘ typically amount to little more than gift cards, and even those tend to pale in comparison to what you‘ll find at nearby retailers like Target and Walmart.To aid you in your Black Friday adventures, we‘ve compiled this handy guide based on a mix of official ads, credible leaks, de

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Apple slashes MacBook prices by up to 300 on Amazon

Apple now sells its own products on Amazon (to the eventual dismay of third-party sellers), and much to my personal surprise, we‘re already seeing some fine deals on MacBooks on Amazon as a result. Nor are these the scrimpy non-deals you‘ll usually find on Apple‘s own site. Today for instance, you can get the 2018 15-inch MacBook Pro for an impressive 300 off.To read this article in full, please click here

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One of our favorite portable SSDs, the 500GB SanDisk Extreme, is down to an insanely low price

You don‘t have to leave your precious data behind if you‘re traveling for the holidays (or any other time). Amazon‘s got a mouthwatering deal on the SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD, one of our top picks for ultra-fast external storage. Today you can snag a 500GB version for just 99, down from a list price of 170 and the lowest we‘ve ever seen it.To read this article in full, please click here

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Which iPhone model do you have? Here‘s where to look

You probably have a general idea of which iPhone you have-iPhone 6, SE, 4s, X, and so on. But behind the marketing names, each iPhone configuration has its own model number. You normally won‘t need to know this number, but it could come in handy if you ever need to get more technical details about your device. Here‘s where you can find your iPhone‘s model number-and what that number means.Which number is which? Apple uses two

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Get This Microsoft Excel Diploma Masterclass At Black Friday Pricing Today (19)

If you step into an office or school, you‘ll likely find Microsoft Excel installed on each computer. While it appears to be a simple spreadsheet program, Excel provides unparalleled bookkeeping and data analysis features; and mastering it can make you a major asset in any workspace. If you‘re interested in harnessing Excel‘s full potential, you canget started with this 19 Masterclass.To read this article in full, please click

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These things aren‘t really things: Essential and bending iPads

People will often try to tell you that something matters but sometimes you really don‘t have to listen to them.Writing for The Verge, Nick Statt is helpless but to report this tidbit because having ‘Essential‘ and ‘headphone jack‘ in the same story is basically a form of weaponized catnip for The Verge.‘Essential shows signs of life with launch of 149 headphone dongle.‘ (Tip o‘ the antlers to @de

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MacBook Air vs MacBook vs 13-inch MacBook Pro: Which of Apple‘s small laptops is right for you?

If you‘re in the market for a Mac notebook, there are basically two options: the 15-inch MacBook Pro, which offers a range of options to satisfy the most demanding of users, and everything else. Apple offers no less than four MacBooks with 12- or 13.3-inch screens, and deciding between them can be enough to give up and buy a Dell XPS 13.We‘re here to help. Whether you‘re shopping for yourself or someone else, we‘ve cons

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Best TVs: Our top picks, plus plain-language explanations of the most important specs and features

There are plenty of great smart TVs. Our guide cuts through the alphabet soup to tells everything you need to know to buy the one that‘s right for you.

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Black Friday 2018: The best tech deals worth waiting for

We‘ve spent hours poring over circulars and ads to pick out the top discounts coming later this week.

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Black Friday 2018: The best early deals

Black Friday is no longer just the day after Thanksgiving. Deals now roll out in a chaotic mass all throughout November.Just a couple of years ago, most of those early discounts weren‘t any good. But that‘s changed.While the deals that command headlines (those so-called ‘doorbusters‘) are typically still available on only Thanksgiving or Black Friday, some worthwhile sales are already trickling out now.We‘ve begun

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Black Friday deals: Best sales on TVs, speakers, and streaming video devices

It‘s a jungle out thereBlack Friday can be a great time to upgrade your home theater for less, provided you know what to look for. While plenty of TVs, streaming players, and speaker systems are available now at historically low prices, retailers also use Black Friday to push a fair share of junk that‘s not worth buying at any price.To read this article in full, please click here

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Google Photos adds depth control, color pop to iOS app

With the iPhone XS, iPhone XR, or the new iPad Pro, you can use Apple‘s own Photos app to adjust the amount of background blur in a Portrait Mode photo even after you take it. Unfortunately, you don‘t have that capability if you have an earlier iPhone or iPad: You can enable or disable Portrait Mode, but not change the blur.A few third-party photo apps let you do the trick, but none are as popular or useful as Google Photos, one of

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Turn your dumb devices into smart ones with all-time low Amazon prices on Wemo accessories

Setting up a smart, connected home adds convenience and control, but buying all-new lights and appliances can be a drain on your plans. That‘s where smart switches and plugs come in, letting you connect your old appliances without spending hundreds of dollars. And today you can get started for less than 50: Amazon is selling the Wemo light switch for 28Remove non-product link, down from a list price of 50, and the Wemo Mini Smart Plug fo

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Best MacBook: Which Mac laptop should you buy?

You‘re planning on buying a new Mac laptop. So you head over to your local Apple store, or you peruse the pages of Apple‘s website, and you find yourself with money to spend but no idea on which MacBook to buy.Don‘t worry! That‘s why we‘re here. In this guide, we‘ll go over Apple‘s current MacBook lineup, point out their differences and similarities, and provide you with the information you need to pic

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Black Friday Special: Save 74% on a Lifetime of Disk Drill PRO (29.99)

If you haven‘t already experienced a hard drive crash, it‘s likely only a matter of time. There‘s nothing worse than losing all of your important documents and photos, and without the right tools by your side the chances of seeing them again are slim to none.Disk Drill PRO makes it easy to recover every lost file in the event of a crash, and a lifetime license is available for over 70% off at just 29.99.To read this article i

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Logitech‘s outstanding G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse is just 35, a nearly 60% discount

If you‘re shopping for a gaming mouse, you‘ve got a borderline overwhelming array of options these days-as PC gaming becomes more and more popular, these mechanical rodents have been proliferating almost as prolifically as their furry physical namesakes. But despite the surge of contenders, a single mouse has laid claim to our best gaming mouse title for over four years running: the Logitech G502 Proteus Core and its variations ite

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Logitech‘s outstanding G502 Proteus Core gaming mouse is just 35, a nearly 60% discount

If you‘re shopping for a gaming mouse, you‘ve got a borderline overwhelming array of options these days-as PC gaming becomes more and more popular, these mechanical rodents have been proliferating almost as prolifically as their furry physical namesakes. But despite the surge of contenders, a single mouse has laid claim to our best gaming mouse title for over four years running: the Logitech G502 Proteus Core and its variations ite

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SimpliSafe Video Doorbell Pro review: Sharp video leaves a positive impression

The SimpliSafe Video Doorbell Pro is a wired doorbell with infrared motion detection that produces a great picture.

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iPhone XR vs Android‘s best: A razor-thin margin of victory

The new iPhone XR might not be a flagship, but it‘s really good. So good, in fact, that I called it Apple‘s best iPhone ever in my review-not because of its specs (which are technically inferior to those of the XS and XS Max) but because of its value proposition. That‘s pitting it against other, pricier iPhones, though. I wanted to see how the iPhone XR would fare against three of Android‘s best phones: the Galaxy Note

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iPhone 2019 wishlist: Our hopes for the future of Apple‘s most important product

The days of Apple‘s fortunes being tied entirely to the iPhone are over. Between iPads, Macs, HomePod, Apple TV, and Apple Watches, not to mention a very rapidly growing services business, Apple‘s most famous product is not necessarily the only one that matters.But it is still the most important product in Apple‘s entire portfolio. It has the most cultural significance, the broadest reach, the greatest cachet, and it is for m

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LG E8PUA 4K UHD TV review: Approaching TV nirvana

LG‘s 55-inch OLED smart TV is simply one of the best TVs money can buy. Luxurious color, real blacks. smooth motion, and the best interface and remote in the business.

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Black Friday Amazon device deals 2018: Echo speakers, Fire HD tablets, Fire TV and more

At this point in the big scheme of gadget shopping, it seems almost inconceivable that anyone who wants an Amazon device-like an Echo smart speaker, Fire HD tablet, or Fire TV stick-hasn‘t already bought one. Yet Amazon continues to enjoy steady sales of its own branded gear, and it‘s doubling down on Black Friday to sell even more.The good news is that so many of these gadgets performed well in our own independent reviews. To that

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Anki‘s adorable Vector smart robot has a rare 30% cut at Amazon today

Anki‘s Vector isn‘t your typical smart speaker. Yes, it can set a timer and tell you the weather, but it‘s not tethered to a plug. It‘s not even stationary. It‘s a smart robot with a personality that sleeps, explores, and is afraid of heights. And today Amazon is selling Vector for the lowest price it‘s ever been: 175, 30 percent off its 250 list priceRemove non-product link.To read this article in full, ple

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