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CNET editors share tips, tricks and handy apps to make the most of the tech in your life.
40 Episodes
The federal government is currently considering issuing a second round of stimulus checks to the American people due to the hardship the coronavirus has brought to the economy. But many taxpayers are still waiting to receive their payments from the first round. Here are some online tools for tracking down your stimulus payment.
Given state restrictions due to coronavirus and concerns with airplane travel, many people are choosing to go camping for their summer vacations. Here is some high-tech camping gear that can elevate your experience from camping to "glamping."
Now that many parts of the world are starting to lift lockdowns and reopen, you may be more interested than ever in tracking the spread of the coronavirus. Here are some online tools you can use to follow the pandemic on a global scale and in your county.
Father's Day is right around the corner, and whether or not you're actually able to spend time with your dad, make it a memorable holiday with a special gift of tech.
With summer approaching and more time being spent at home, now is a great time to spruce up your backyard. But with social distancing guidelines in place and perhaps a tight budget, a traditional landscape designer might not be the right solution. However, online services can help design the garden of your dreams.
Just because you're keeping your physical distance from friends, it doesn't mean you have to give up on a social life. Here are suggestions for several fun games that can be played with groups of friends over Zoom.
Students graduating from high school or college might be denied a ceremony due to the pandemic, but without question they'd still appreciate a remembrance to honor their big achievement. Here are some great and useful techy gifts for your graduate this year.
From preschoolers to workers stuck at home, millions of people around the world now use Zoom on a daily basis. Here are some tips to make your calls go smoother.
Mother's Day might look and feel a little different this year amid the pandemic, but there are still some thoughtful ways to honor your mom.
Since most of us won't be getting out to explore museums, national parks or other attractions anytime soon, bring them to your living room with a few clicks of your mouse. Here's how in this Tech Minute.
As many people are sheltering in place across the country, preparing every meal at home has become a necessity. But if you're lacking in the culinary arts, there are several meal kit services for you and your baby that are still delivering during these difficult times.
As the coronavirus continues to ravage cities across the country, there's still a shortage of tests to confirm cases. That's why several medical groups and tech entrepreneurs are designing high-tech tools to potentially detect the virus in its earliest stages.
With so much uncertainty in the world right now, you might be experiencing more stress and anxiety than usual. In this Tech Minute, we look at ways technology can help calm your mind and body in the midst of the chaos.
While many of us are practicing social distancing in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus, it doesn't mean you have to lose contact with your loved ones. In this Tech Minute, we show you the best technology to stay in touch with friends and family during this socially isolating time.
These days, so many Americans across the country are working from home. It can be a tough transition for some, but having the right technology can help. In this Tech Minute, we'll show you some gear and online tools to help you maintain productivity.
Now that so many schools are closed across the country, parents are left wondering what to do with their kids all day. Sure, there's always television, but you can make that screen time more productive and educational with online learning tools.
Caring for a sick loved one can be challenging. But there are many online tools to share information and ask for help from your support system. In this Tech Minute, learn about websites to stay connected during difficult times.
There are many high-end cellphones on the market, each boasting exceptional cameras. In this Tech Minute, we compare the photographic abilities of some of the most popular phones and examine their camera features.
If you're planning a getaway for spring break or even this summer, now is the time to start booking your rental home. While you may be familiar with sites like AirBnB, Homeaway and VRBO, you might not know some money-saving tips for those sites.
Whether you're worried about package theft from your porch or just want to keep an eye on your house while on vacation, a security camera is a simple investment that can give you peace of mind. Here's how to choose the right one for you.
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