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Lance Whitney


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Past articles by Lance:

10 Common Problems With Microsoft OneDrive and How to Fix Them

Microsoft OneDrive doesn’t always behave itself, but you can get the file-backup and synchronization service back on track if you know the right tricks. → Read More

Make the Switch: How to Control Your iPhone or iPad With Head Movements

An Apple accessibility feature called Switch Control allows you to use your head to trigger specific actions on your iPhone or iPad. → Read More

Stop Swiping: How to Add a Virtual Home Button to Your iPhone

Revive the home button with a virtual one and enjoy a few benefits over the real thing. → Read More

No More Account Sharing: How to Cancel (or Downgrade) Your Netflix Subscription

Netflix isn't letting people share accounts anymore. If you don't use Netflix enough or think it's too expensive, you can modify your plan or cancel it outright. → Read More

What's Your Number? 7 Tricks Inside the iPhone Contacts App

The Contacts app on iPhone and iPad does more than store phone numbers. With iOS 16 and iPadOS 16, you can message multiple people, create contact widgets, and more. → Read More

Want to Be a YouTuber? Here's How to Edit Your YouTube Videos (For Free)

Before you upload video to the internet, use the built-in YouTube editor or free video editing software to make your content really shine. → Read More

Ready to Give Elon Your Money? How to Get and Use Twitter Blue

For $8 or $11 per month, Twitter Blue lets you organize bookmarked tweets, customize the navigation bar, undo a tweet, and perform other tricks. → Read More

AI on the Go: How to Use ChatGPT From Your Mobile Device

OpenAI just released a ChatGPT app for iOS, but you can also use the AI chatbot on your iPad, Android device, and Apple Watch if you know the right shortcuts and other tricks. → Read More

Live TV Is Expensive: How to Cancel Your YouTube TV Account

Live TV streaming has its advantages, but if you need to say goodbye to YouTube TV after one too many price hikes, here’s how to cancel your account. → Read More

Put Down the Phone: How to Unplug With Google's Digital Wellbeing for Android

If you're addicted to your Android smartphone, tap into Digital Wellbeing to see how much time you spend using certain apps and discover ways to disconnect. → Read More

Level Up Your Finances: How to Contribute to an Apple Card Savings Account

Trying to build a nest egg? Available through the Apple Card on your iPhone, this savings account offers an annual percentage yield of 4.15%. → Read More

Save Your Stuff: How to Back Up and Restore Your Android Device

Afraid of losing everything on your Galaxy, Pixel, or other Android device? A backup of your phone or tablet is handy if you ever need to restore lost data. → Read More

Refresh Your Inbox: How to Delete a Gmail Account

Whether you want to get rid of an old, inactive account or prefer a different email service, here’s how to delete a Gmail account. → Read More

Lights, Camera, Action: How to Shoot Video on the iPhone Like a Pro

No matter which iPhone model you own, you can produce a stylish video if you know the right tricks and settings to change. → Read More

How to use the Apple Weather app on your iPhone

The iOS Weather app offers a handy way to check on conditions across multiple locations. → Read More

Declutter the Desktop: How to Multitask on Your iPad and Mac With Stage Manager

Stage Manager arranges open apps so that one appears at the center of the screen while the others become thumbnails on the side, and allows you to easily switch between them. → Read More

How to access your iPhone photos in the Windows 11 Photos app

You can now more easily work with iCloud-synced photos via the Photos app in Windows 10. Read more at TechRepublic. → Read More

How to use the Freeform app as a virtual whiteboard on your iPhone or iPad

Apple’s Freeform app can serve as a whiteboard on your mobile device during a virtual meeting. Find out how to use it. → Read More

C-suite execs expect cyberattacks targeting financial data to increase this year

The trend will carry from the past 12 months when more than a third of executives polled by Deloitte said that cyberattacks targeted their financial and accounting data. → Read More

18 Tips for Taking the Best Photos With Your iPhone

Whether you have an older device or the iPhone 14, there are an array of features and settings available to help you get the best photos out of Apple's smartphone. → Read More