Are you still hanging onto that old AOL e-mail account, or worse, the e-mail account your ISP handed you? If so, it might be time for you to consider switching to a Web-based e-mail service like Gmail.
A new version of the tool holds you by the hand and transfers all your contacts, photos, texts and more from your old iPhone or Android to your new blower.
Now that SugarSync's freebie accounts are going away, you'll need a new home for your cloud-stored stuff. Here's how to make the move.
Migrating data between Samsung Galaxy devices is simple and doesn't even require cables.
If you need to upgrade or replace your Time Machine drive, you can do so without starting your backups over again.
Getting some settings, text messages, or call history from an old Android device to a brand-new Moto X couldn't be easier.
There are several ways you can move a user account from one computer to another without having to set up the account again from scratch.
Ready to quit Instagram and start using Flickr? Freethephotos will migrate your pics to Flickr for you, and it couldn't be easier to use.
Web giant has built the e-mail security and archiving features into two Google Apps products, which it will transition to customers next year.
Switching Google accounts? No need to complicate things when Google can help you move some of your settings.