We all have fears. The funny thing about fears, though, is that most of them can be conquered.
These eight videos are a polite way to point out fallacies. Happy conversing, Internet!
Your Facebook timeline sucks. There's no cover photo, you've forgotten to set the profile picture and no one spends time there. It is a collection of faceless, dull updates. This has to end.
You might be wondering, "What do I do now?" If you're at that point, then it's time you joined a Linux community — even if you only intend to lurk.
The United Kingdom recently made itself one of the best places in the world to test driverless cars, thanks to a very hands-off approach to autonomous vehicle regulation.
Your important document is corrupted and you don't have a backup? Not all is lost! You can try to repair the file or find a backup you didn't know you had.
Are underwater cities the future of urban living? These concepts show what's possible.
What if we told you that could learn to build an iOS app and get the assets to do it for around $12? Sound too good to be true? It isn't.
300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, so it is no surprise that malicious links can be found. Here are a few ways you might end up with malware watching YouTube videos.
Most game studios are pretty tight-lipped. This is the first time the Army Game Studio has provided an inside view, and I'm pleased to be able to share it with you.
Cortana crosses platforms, Facebook's community standards, Yahoo's password pact, 360-degree YouTube videos, Family Feud on Google, and a 1980s montage of Boston Dynamics robots.
People will find a way to compete at pretty much anything.
Logical operators IF, NOT, AND, and OR, can help you get from Excel newbie to power user. We explain the basics of each function and demonstrate how you can use them for maximum results.
People have been predicting the downfall of Apple for as long as there has been an outlet for such thoughts. And yet the Apple wagon keeps on rolling on.
Despite having a reasonable pair of Sennheisers and looking after them, my headphones broke recently — like they always do. Rather than replace them, I decided to repair my headphones. Here's how.