Your guide to a better future
Ditch the sticky notes and find peace of mind: A good password manager should be your first defense against getting hacked.
Your phone could be a life-saving resource during an emergency.
The easiest way to improve your security is to make sure your OS and other apps are updated.
Don't max out your cellular data. Save Netflix movies and shows to your phone to watch later offline.
Losing your phone is a stressful experience, but there is a way to alleviate that a little. Take a deep breath and use Android's built-in tools to track down your missing phone.
They're two years old, sure, but their cameras are still great.
Dark mode not only looks good but helps save battery life and is easier on your eyes.
The free app for all Android phones will let you know who, and potentially why, a random phone number is calling.
A few hundred more will get you a bigger screen and a stylus. But we think it's better to save the extra cash.
I spent a week testing the Razr foldable phone and became enamored with it. But I also have worries over its long-term durability and high price tag.
Go beyond the basics with these tricks that range from helpful everyday stuff to tools for power users.
When it's time to sell or trade in your old phone, you don't want to leave money on the table. These tips could help you get more cash from your carrier or other seller when you're ready to make a deal.