YouTube is now one of the biggest timesucks on the internet. You’ll head to YouTube with the intention of watching one specific video, and three hours later you’ll have a viewing history filled with cute cats, daft dogs, and memorable memes. Having spent years tweaking the site to get you to watch more videos, YouTube

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You know how it goes: you’re browsing the web, or checking an email, when all of a sudden a message pops up. Your computer, and the data on it, is locked—encrypted by ransomware. Access is denied until you pay the ransom. Most people know the procedure with ransomware, which is why the criminal coders behind

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Image noise is a problem every photographer has to deal with. Those tiny dots of color or grain can spoil even the most perfectly composed image, and sometimes it seems unavoidable. So what can you do? Whether you want to fix it in-camera, or are happy to dive into Lightroom or Photoshop, there are several

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Taking a screenshot on your iPhone is one of the important shortcuts that most people know: press the Home and Power buttons together, and you can capture anything that’s on your screen. But what happens if you have an issue with one of your iPhone’s buttons? If your Power button gets stuck or your Home

Your hopes of becoming an astronaut may be slim to none, but that doesn’t mean you can’t work for NASA in some capacity. And all you need in this instance is a decent camera, the right app, and the ability to “just go outside” on occasion. NASA needs your help to validate the data it’s

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If you’ve ever read our Roku and Android TV articles, you may have noticed a stark difference in the quality of screenshots between the devices. Roku makes life hard if you want to take screenshots—you need to put the device in Developer Mode and access your Roku’s IP address from a browser. On Android TV, the process

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