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You've probably heard all the usual "free up space" tips, but this one's probably not on your radar. It's an honest-to-goodness magic trick, one that may fill you with joy while simultaneously making you a little mad at Apple.
If you thought you were the only klutzy CNET reader, you were wrong. Lots of you wanted to know how to repair a broken iPhone 6/6S screen within the year it was released.
Increasing (and gaining back) storage was a major theme this year. Many readers likely realized that their 16GB iPhone or iPad wasn't cutting it for storing many high-quality videos, photos and games.
Microsoft knows that people hate updating their computers and phones, so it had a solution: update Windows 10 without asking.
But since we think you should be able to decide if you want to update your operating system, we made this guide.
iOS 10's most surprising new feature? A totally-revamped Messages app.
The new app included drawing, sending heartbeats, apps like Yelp and JibJab, GIFs and a whole lot more.
Before Galaxy Note 7s caught fire, hoverboards did.
If you're considering buying a hoverboard (which are less likely to catch fire these days), read this guide.
A Snapchat-like feature found its way into Instagram this year, letting you share photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours. At number 3, you guys were pretty into it.
There's no surprise here -- Pokemon Go dominated this year, especially those summer months. This guide was a go-to for those getting started with the game.
Mastering Pokemon Go takes vigilance -- and these pro tips. Our list of advanced tips was the second most-popular guide on CNET How To this year.
Marvel's movie, comic and TV show timeline is incredibly complex. So much so, our guide to navigating it topped the chart.