|How to Set Up and Use an eSIM for International Travel|
The digital version of the SIM card, included on many newer phones, is set to become prevalent. It also offers affordable cellular data abroad.
|How Parents Can Talk About AI and ChatGPT With Their Kids|
Artificial intelligence can make adults nervous, but experts say exploring it as a family is the best way to understand its pros and cons.
|How Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant Lost the AI Race|
The virtual assistants had more than a decade to become indispensable. But they were hampered by clunky design and miscalculations, leaving room for chatbots to rise.
|New Tricks for Old Apps|
If you haven?t used some of your phone?s preloaded programs in years, the software may surprise you with updated or hidden features.
|How Some Gen Z Instagram Users Post to Facebook: Unwittingly|
Teenagers and young adults are flummoxed. The reason it keeps happening involves an online prompt and product design.
|Why Countries Are Trying to Ban TikTok|
Governments have expressed concerns that TikTok, which is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, may endanger sensitive user data.
|Tech Is Allowing Businesses to Overcharge You in Tips|
Payment apps and touch screens have made it easy for merchants to ask us for preset gratuity amounts. We don?t need to succumb to the pressure.
|How to Clear Out Digital Clutter|
Hint: Tackle your photos last.
|Why You Should Listen to Twitter on Two-Factor Authentication|
Elon Musk was right: Text messages are not the most secure way to protect your account.
|Chatbots Are Not Sentient. Here?s How They Work.|
No, chatbots aren?t sentient. Here?s how their underlying technology works.
|The PlayStation Goggles Are a Win for Gamers. Not for the Metaverse.|
Sony?s new $550 headset offers best-in-class virtual reality gaming, but it?s still hard to see why we need V.R. goggles at all.
|How to Prepare for a Lost, Stolen or Broken Smartphone|
You may never have to deal with a missing device, but planning ahead with a few simple steps can make it easier if disaster strikes.
|Piénsalo bien antes de dar tu dirección de correo electrónico|
Cada vez hay más sitios web y aplicaciones que piden este dato para acceder a ellos. Así pueden rastrear tu actividad y perfilar tus intereses. Te explicamos cómo evitar dejar un rastro de migajas digitales.
|A.I. Bots Can?t Report This Column. But They Can Improve It.|
ChatGPT isn?t the only writing assistant that has emerged to replace editors. We tested it alongside two others to assess their strengths and weaknesses.
|Everyone Wants Your Email Address. Think Twice Before Sharing It.|
Your email address has become a digital bread crumb for companies to link your activity across sites. Here?s how you can limit this.
|How to Make Your Smartphone Photos So Much Better|
Professional photographers have long used the RAW format and editing software to turn image files into gorgeous pictures ? and you can, too.
|Estas son las claves para proteger tus contraseñas digitales|
LastPass, un servicio que gestiona contraseñas fue hackeado. El incidente debería llevarnos a considerar si hay que confiar en las empresas que guardan información sensible en la nube.
|The Hottest Gen Z Gadget Is a 20-Year-Old Digital Camera|
Young people are opting for point-and-shoots and blurry photos.
|?Alexa, Why Do We Keep Buying You??|
With questions swirling about the utility of voice assistants, we asked readers how they use one of the most popular, Amazon?s Alexa. Here?s what they answered.
|Here?s How to Achieve Tech Nirvana in 2023|
In a live conversation, we offered tips for readers looking to optimize their digital lives this year.
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