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CNBC tests HP's new Qualcomm-powered laptop. While it offers great battery life and constant connectivity, it's not as good as Intel-powered laptops.
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Here's how to find your lost iPhone or Android phone, and how to wipe it, ring it, or see its last location on a map.
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It's easy to see all of the data Twitter has on you, here's a look at what Twitter knows about me and how to download your own files.
CNBC walks you through how to stop your iPhone from automatically correcting your text to say something you didn't mean to.
Here's how to download a copy of of everything Google knows about you.
Apple released iOS 11.3 on Thursday, which gives users more control over their iPhone performance. Here's how you can control battery life and prevent your iPhone from slowing down.
I dug into Facebook and found everything it knows about me, and it turns out it knows more than I thought it did.
Here's how to stop your phone from uploading your contacts to Facebook.
Here's how to see all of the data Facebook has on you and how to download your own copy.
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