Issues with PS5 controllers are more common than you think, but it also isn't the end of the world. Your solution could be as simple as cleaning it. We'll walk you through the most common issues people are having and what you can do about them.
Are you tired of seeing those pop-ups every time you visit a new website asking if it can send you notifications? Well, don't worry, because you can shut that nonsense down once and for all with this Chrome trick.
Chrome allows you to experiment with all kinds of new features or little-used tweaks if you want, and they're all kept in one easy-to-search page so you can keep them straight as you tinker. Here's how to toggle on that upcoming Chrome OS feature or fix some hardware bugs.
Chromebooks have been able to connect to your Android phone for years so that your Chromebook stays unlocked while the phone is nearby, but these days it can do more! See your phone's notifications and control some of your phone's settings straight from your Chromebook with Phone Hub.
If you have a lot of movies and TV shows in your library and want to be able to watch them from wherever you are, you'll want to create a media server. Thanks to the magic of Plex and the Raspberry Pi, you can create your own server and then enjoy all of your content.
We may give a lot of data to Google, and much of the time it's to our benefit as consumers — but not always. Google has tools put in place to help its users to understand and manage that data — one such tool is the Privacy Checkup. When was your last checkup?
Signal is well-known for being one of the most privacy-focused messaging apps around, but that security comes at the price of convenience. You see, your chats are not stored in the cloud, so it can be frustrating to set up on a new phone. Thankfully, Signal lets you enable automatic, encrypted backups on Android. Here's how to set it up!
If you leave read receipts on, you know the embarrassment of having your contacts know you saw a message but haven't responded. Thankfully, Telegram allows you to preview incoming chats without marking them as read. We'll show you how to do so.
If you don't want to use one of those cheesy backgrounds but also don't want everyone to see your personal items (or that you have some tidying up to do!) you can blur your background on a Google Meet call.