How to Delete the Contacts That Facebook Uploaded Without Your Permission

Facebook’s public image has been taking a beating lately, and things just keep getting worse for the social media platform. According to a recent report from Business Insider India, Facebook has been uploading info from its users’ email contacts since 2016. Facebook did this “unintentionally” and without warning when…

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Use Your Android Phone as a Security Key for Signing into Websites

All Android smartphones running Android 7.0 or higher can now be used as a security key to log into websites—only Google’s, and only via Chrome for now, but hopefully more sites and browsers will soon support the feature. This is a convenient two-factor authentication method, since most folks have their Android phones…

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How to Turn Any Android Smartphone into a Google Pixel

Android’s flexibility means manufacturers can build their own versions of the OS to suit their hardware, but there’s an elegance to the stock Android experience found on Google’s devices—one that other Android smartphones can’t match.

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Here’s Everything Worth Checking Out in Android Q Beta 2

Android Q Beta 2 is now available, and it adds a new batch of features for beta testers to try out.

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Excel’s New ‘Insert Data From Picture’ Tool Works Pretty Well With Dungeons & Dragons

Android: Microsoft is currently testing a fun new feature that allows you to import data into Excel by taking a picture of it—preferably a data table and not, say, your cat. That won’t do anything.

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Listen to All March Madness Games Live With Google Home and Google Assistant 

March Madness 2019 might be nearing its final stretch of games, but Google Assistant can help you keep up with the remainder of the tournament through various voice commands, and will even let you listen to every NCAA game Westwood One broadcast for free—provided you have the right device.

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Android Smartphone Running Slow? Try Deleting the App Cache

Android smartphones are great, but they’re not immune to the ravages of time. While scratches or physical wear can be prevented with cases and mindful handling, it can be much harder to stop system slow down, which can creep its way into the user experience until one day your phone doesn’t feel quite so fast anymore.…

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Double-Check That Your Android Antivirus App Actually Works

Antivirus software is meant to keep our devices free of malicious software, but what happens when it’s the antivirus app itself that’s the problem?

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How to Sign Up for the Android Q Beta Right Now

The Android OS cycle starts again this week, with Google announcing more details on Android Q and releasing a first, early beta for adventurous types who want to take a peek under the hood. If you’re one of those people, and you have a Google Pixel phone, you can enroll in the beta right now and start trying out…

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How to Enable ‘Developer Options’ on Your New Galaxy S10

Samsung’s brand-new Galaxy S10 arrived Friday, and I have little doubt that many day-one buyers spent all weekend fiddling with a smartphone that “comes the closest to making all those dollars worth it,” as our colleagues at Gizmodo describe.

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