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How to Zoom In and Out on Part of a PowerPoint Presentation

Microsoft PowerPoint lets you zoom in and out on a specific part of your PowerPoint slideshow, which can be handy both while editing and for drawing attention to important...

How to Change Your Apple ID Email Address

If you get a new email address or no longer have access to an old one, updating your Apple ID is important for protecting your account. Here’s how to...

Premier League 2019/20 – how to watch and broadcast schedules

How is it time for All the (Premier League) Football again, eh? It feels like barely yesterday that Manchester City topped the league after a closely-fought battle with Liverpool.

How to Use Siri to Control Your Apple TV From Your iPhone

Smart homes are best when controlled using just your voice. Siri can already control your lights, plugs, and more. You can use it to control your Apple TV, too....

How to Check and Tighten All Your iPhone’s Privacy Settings

Apps on your iPhone have to ask permission before accessing your data, but have you ever agreed to a permission request only to reconsider it later? Take back control...

Apple’s iOS 13 Developer Beta 3 Available for iPhone, Packed with New Features &...

On July 3, Apple pushed out iOS 13 developer beta 3 for iPhone, and there's a lot found hidden within. A new FaceTime setting, more Arcade details, full-page scrolling...

How to Tell If Someone Is Bugging or Tracking You

Are you being bugged? To find out, the first step is to consider carefully whether you are sufficiently interesting to warrant surveillance. If you’re a crook,...

The Science of Saving the Declaration of Independence

How science helped—and harmed—efforts to preserve the U.S.'s founding documents. The official declaration of America’s independence from Britain may be dated July 4, 1776, but the...

San Francisco’s Massive Salesforce Transit Center Reopens After Cracked Beam Snafu

Nine months after its glorious debut, and eight months after its temporary, ignominious closing, Salesforce Transit Center and Park in San Francisco re-opens to the public today, Monday, July 1.

A Soft Skin ‘E-Tattoo’ Might Just Save Your Life

New tech from the University of Texas at Austin has the potential to save thousands of lives claimed by heart disease every year. Engineers—led by Nanshu Lu, Ph.D., an...