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How to use (and steady) 100X Space Zoom on Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

It’s wild and needs to be tamed. You don’t need to look too far to see the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s most incredible new feature. It’s

17 of the best British speakers of all time

As it goes, Brits know how to make superb speakers We’re celebrating all things British hi-fi this week on What Hi-Fi?, so we had to

Kia’s 2021 Seltos Is Attractive and Practical

Slotting in above the boxy Soul and below the sleek Sportage, the Seltos grows Kia’s SUV lineup to six entries. There’s a goodness that Kia has figured

Nissan turned a GT-R into a camera car for filming the 2020 GT-R NISMO

Nissan says that its 2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO is at home on the racetrack. The new ride has upgraded aerodynamics and an upgraded engine, among

Garmin Connect Badges: We list the toughest and how to earn them

Everything you need to know about levelling up your health and fitness Garmin Connect Badges are a fun way of keeping track of your big

How to fix the “cannot be autosaved” bug when saving documents in macOS apps

An oddball problem with an oddball fix and some workarounds. Autosave is a highly useful macOS feature that prevents losing incremental changes to a document

Vivo S5 review: a fashionable and Beautiful work created with the concept of “Geometry”

Everyone has a love of beauty, which is a truth that everyone knows, and people tend to appreciate beautiful things a little more. This is

Shop carefully: Some Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics cards are much faster than others

Thanks to a last-second VBIOS upgrade, some Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics cards are much faster than others.

How to charge your Apple Watch : How long does it take? Can it charge wirelessly? We detail it all

The Apple Watch is a formidable piece of hardware, but it’s still yet to learn how to hold its battery – and that means charging

How to clone a macOS Catalina drive

Catalina shook up volume organization, but you can still make a restorable backup. Until macOS 10.15 Catalina, Mac users knew: their startup volume was a

How you back up your iPhone and iPad in macOS 10.15 Catalina

The iTunes app may be gone, but you can still back up your iOS device to your Mac. For iPhone and iPad users who still

How to Evaluate a Watch Purchase and Form Your 3-Watch Collection

When the learning curve and emotional ups and downs of flipping watches starts to flatten out, many of us horological enthusiasts feel a deeper longing

Best sleep trackers: We compare Fitbit, wearable and bedside devices

Take control of your sleep with our pick of the elite slumber supervisors Wellness isn’t just about doing cat yoga and drinking alt-milks, sometimes you

Worried about attacks on Windows 7? Here’s how to get Windows 10 cheap

Windows 7 is reaching its end of life and experts warn that anyone who continues to use the older operating system could be at risk

Nexx Smart Wi-Fi Garage Door Controller NXG-200 review: Sophisticated, but very expensive

We dig the features, but not the price tag. The Nexx Smart Wi-Fi Garage Door Controller NXG-200 is a sophisticated control upgrade for your garage

GameSir F4 Falcon Mobile Gaming Controller Review – Best For PUBG Mobile

Recently, PUBG Mobile has been updated, but my rank has not been updated. I have not been able to find the reason. I feel that

5 key highlights from Samsung at CES 2020

From making 8K TV a realistic proposition to delivering better TV sound Samsung knows how to make its presence felt at trade shows, so you

Windows 7 dies in a week’s time: How to move from Windows 7 to Windows 10

You have several choices, including a loophole that may still be free. If you’re a Windows 7 user, your deadline is near: Windows 7 officially exits

How to set fitness tracking goals – and actually stick to them

Expert advice in goal setting and tracking While your shiny new fitness tracker or smartwatch sadly can’t get fit for us, wearables can be excellent

How to Clean Up (and Back Up) Your Laptop’s Hard Drive

It’s unfortunate that the sweet, smooth feeling of a brand new computer doesn’t last for long—applications, files and other digital clutter can clog up a

The Phoblographer’s Guide to Zone Focusing Your Camera’s Lens

To understand zone focusing, a photographer needs to understand how cameras and lenses work. If you look at a number of tutorials on zone focusing,

How To Take Better Photos With Your Smartphone – 10 Top Tips

Mobile phone cameras are now capable of producing shots which even the most critical photographer will say are decent and well worth displaying in portfolios.

Fitbit Charge 3 tips and features: How to use your new tracker

How to get the most out of your new fitness tracker Getting started with the Fitbit Charge 3 may be straightforward, but there are plenty

How to Set Up and Use the Sony A7 III, A7R III, A7R IV, A9

The Sony A7 III has become one of the most popular full frame cameras on the digital market, if not one of the most popular

How to set up your new computer

Set up antivirus, clear out bloatware, and perform other tasks to keep your PC humming well into the future. So you’ve got a new computer.

How to connect your iPhone or iPad to your TV

Try these options when you want to view iPhone or iPad content on a bigger screen. When you’re trying to show off videos, photos, and

How to improve Apple Watch battery life: 15 ways to keep your watch powered for longer

Battery draining too fast? Try these tips to get more life from your smartwatch Battery life on the Apple Watch may have improved down the years, but

Apple Watch size guide: How to find out which model is best for your wrist

38mm or 42mm? 40mm or 44mm? Compare the Apple smartwatch sizes The way an Apple Watch fits around your wrist may be adjustable, but the size of

Phone location tracking is frighteningly real: how to protect yourself

A new report reveals something that we probably already know, perhaps in jest. Corporations are out to get us and our privacy is pretty much

Windows 7 dies in a month’s time: How to move from Windows 7 to Windows 10

You have several choices, including a loophole that may still be free. If you’re a Windows 7 user, your deadline is nearing: Windows 7 officially exits