This is my personal favorite how-to of 2014. Mostly because it was the most useful to me. Having charging issues? Get yourself a toothpick and get to work.
My favorite "I have very little time and even less battery life" how-to of 2014. If you've ever found yourself in that predicament, this is the article for you.
Apple Pay is the new hotness, but how well does it actually work? This year, Sharon Profis was kind enough to answer that question for us.
Tired of your phone's or tablet's stock keyboard? So am I. SwiftKey is one of the best options for spicing up your relationship with your mobile keyboard.
iOS 8 is a fantastic upgrade from security standpoint. It's not perfect though, so here's how to bring it closer to perfection.
Your battery running out at just the wrong moment is one of the most annoying aspects of portable devices. And while we can't unfortunately alter the fundamentals of physics -- at least not in this universe -- we can show you ways to improve your phone's battery life.
We do lot of how-tos that make your life more convenient; however, this how-to could literally save your life. Seriously.
I like when how-tos go deep. And none went any deeper than this one. Forget about contrast and brightness. Put in the time with more detailed settings to perfect your picture.
Looking to keep your customer service rep honest? Or maybe you have a much more innocuous reason for recording your phone calls. Whatever the case, here's exactly what you need to know.
Another of my personal favorites of the year. Not that I've created my own console. I just like the fact that it's possible.
Don't know where to start with iOS 8's new Health app? You're not alone. Neither did I . Until I read this exhaustive piece.
Sometimes the best how-tos are those that take something old and repurpose it, finding new usefulness. This is one of those.
Wi-Fi is a miracle of modern civilization, but public Wi-Fi can be a crapshoot. Here's how to minimize your risk.
Google Now is great and all, but it would be so much better if you could add your own commands. Oh wait -- you totally can!