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Jason Cipriani

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Pueblo, CO, United States

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Recent:
  • CNET
  • PCWorld
Past:
  • TechHive
  • Greenbot
  • Macworld
  • Fortune
  • Entrepreneur
  • Yahoo Finance

Recent articles by Jason:

Make Google Call Screen talk to annoying solicitors and unknown callers on your Pixel phone

Google Call Screen uses Google Assistant to answer incoming calls and let you know what the caller's saying. → Read More

7 Android tricks the iPhone doesn't have, and how to do them

Google's operating system has certain advantages over iOS. Here's are the biggest ones, and how to use them. → Read More

7 things your Android phone can do that the iPhone can’t

Google's operating system has certain advantages over iOS. Here's are the biggest ones, and how to use them. → Read More

SIM swap fraud: How to protect your phone number from being stolen

It only takes a few minutes to prevent someone from taking over your phone number. → Read More

7 Android tricks that put the iPhone to shame

Google's operating system has certain advantages over iOS. Here's are the biggest ones, and how to use them. → Read More

Lost or stolen Android phone? Here's how to get it back right now

Losing your phone is a stressful experience. Take a deep breath and use the tools built into Android to track down your phone. → Read More

5 things you can do to boost your phone's poor signal strength

If you're having issues with slow data or low signal strength, try this. → Read More

Every hidden iPhone and iPad feature we can find in iOS 13.3

If you've installed iOS 13 or iPadOS 13, you know it added many new features to your iPhone or iPad -- but it's the lesser-known gems like improved screenshots and a new volume indicator that make it so appealing. → Read More

Wyze camera data leak: How to secure your account right now

Wyze left a database exposed on the internet and logged everyone out of the app. Take a few minutes to secure your account and reconnect third-party services. → Read More

iPhone 11 camera tips that will make you a better photographer with your phone

Use these built-in photography tools to become a better photographer on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and Pro Max. → Read More

Forget the password to your Mac? Here's how to get back in to your locked-down computer

It's easy to panic if you get locked out of your Mac, but you can reset it and get back in thanks to a built-in tool. → Read More

9 Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite tips to know about the portable gaming console

Want to get the most out of your Switch? Read this. → Read More

6 things all new iPhone and iPad owners should do before using their phone or tablet

From setting up or restoring an iCloud backup to connecting your iPhone or iPad to Wi-Fi and surviving without iTunes, there's a lot to learn about your new device. → Read More

New phone? Moving Google Authenticator is one of the first things you should do

Transferring this key information is one of the first steps you'll want to take when getting a new phone. → Read More

Apple AirPods: The very best tips and tricks for your wireless headphones

We show you how to save battery, share music, use Siri and customize controls. → Read More

Best Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ cases: Top picks in every style

If you want a case for your new Galaxy S9, check out our list to find the one that's right for you. → Read More

Best Samsung Galaxy Note 9 cases: Top picks in every style

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is big, expensive, and fragile. Here are the best cases we've found to protect it. → Read More

9 Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite tips you need to know

Want to get the most out of your Switch? Read this. → Read More

Is your phone's night mode messing with your sleep? Here's how to get around it

Here are other ways to dim your screen without turning on night mode and risking insomnia. → Read More

Your phone's night mode might be bad now. Here's how to keep your screen from messing with your eyes

A new study suggests that night mode's yellow light may actually be a bad thing. Fortunately, there's a lot you can do to dim your screen without risking insomnia. → Read More