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How to use Android Wear with an iPhone

Android Wear is available for your iPhone. If you're a former Android user with a leftover Gear 360, or just love the look of the Huawei Watch, here's everything you need to know about using Android Wear with your iPhone.

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How to use Slinger

Set up Slinger, Snapchat’s new BFF, with our how-to guide!

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How to set up 2-step verification for Google and Gmail on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Don't lose your Google info or Gmail archives to a password hack. Set up 2-step verification to protect your most important assets.

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Apple TV and Accessibility: The ultimate guide

The fourth-generation Apple TV supports VoiceOver, screen adjustments, closed captioning, and more. Here's how to take advantage of it.

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How to switch plans and disable auto-renewal for Apple Music on your Mac

Managing your Apple Music subscription — including toggling off automatic renewal — in iTunes is anything but obvious. Here's how to do it!

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How to add Apple Music to your iTunes library on the Mac

With an active Apple Music subscription, it's very easy to add new music to your iTunes library.

When you subscribe to Apple Music, you can add to your own iTunes music library the many millions of tracks available through the service. It's important to note, however, that you don't own these tracks. Really, you're renting them. So if you sign out of Apple Music, or let your subscription expire or lapse, these tracks will disappear.

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Ten ways to pester and delight your friends on iMessage

Grief your co-workers and get a smile from your friends with these iMessage shenanigans.

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How to set up multiple users on your Mac

Get smart when it comes to using a shared Mac in a house full of people: Set up individual user accounts to keep everybody's stuff separate.

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How to restore old-style zoom control in OS X

Beginning with OS X 10.10 Apple changed the way the green button in the menu bar of open windows works, but you can restore the "old" method using a key command.

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How to adjust OS X's Mail Drop threshold using Terminal

OS X's Mail Drop feature kicks in automatically when you try to attach a file to a message that's 20 MB or larger. You can lower that threshold even more if you have an email server that thinks 20 MB is too much.

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