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There are settings to help you avoid this. Here’s how to use them.
Our personal tech columnist didn’t lose touch with his true friends — but strange things did occur, including Instagram thinking he was a woman.
If you’ve presented in a meeting, you know the potentially calamitous effects of projecting your laptop screen — your naked, interior world, that is — before unsuspecting co-workers.
Armed with an Olympus recorder, she’s spent time with Gwyneth Paltrow and Bradley Cooper. Here’s how Taffy Brodesser-Akner of The New York Times Magazine tries to make herself unobtrusive in interviews.
When an inveterate tweeter and social media hound decided to change his ways, what did he turn to? An email newsletter.
Tara Siegel Bernard, a personal finance reporter, recommends apps for budgeting, investments and helping little ones as young as 6 understand the value of money.
Playing an instrument can be a rewarding hobby, but if finding the time and a teacher is a challenge, many apps can help get you started.
Tran Duc Anh Son has argued that Vietnam should take a tougher line against China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea, a sensitive matter for the government.
Wireless charging is included in most new phones, and the chargers are more affordable than ever. We break down when it’s great, and when wired is still better.
Expensive smart home gadgets are still niche and of limited use. Smart lights, on the other hand, are useful to just about everyone.
Donald Trump’s old vlog? An archive of closed captions? Liz Day, a senior story editor for The Times’s new television show, “The Weekly,” knows how to find them.
You can now take key duplication into your own hands using kiosks and apps from start-ups. Our columnist explored whether the benefits of this outweigh the security risks.
Don’t worry, the colleague you’ve never met isn’t trying to kiss you over email.
Despite being an excellent phone with an innovative wide-angle camera, Samsung’s new flagship device lags Apple in biometrics.
To protect himself and his sources from prying eyes in China, Paul Mozur, a technology reporter in Shanghai, leaves just an “innocent trace” of digital exhaust.
Seeing the world while holding down a full-time job sounds too good to be true, but with the right planning, equipment and support, it can be done.
When you need a new charging cable for your phone, or video cable for your TV, you don’t need to spend a fortune. We asked the experts for the affordable options they buy.
Isabella Kwai, a reporter in Australia, rarely takes notes on paper anymore and instead uses her iPhone. She can still look sources in the eye while typing.
One of the company’s newly unveiled models works with 5G wireless networks. Another folds up like a book.