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Protect your Google account with two-factor authentication

Don't let hackers get at those love letters you sent with your Gmail account!

How to get the most money for your old iPad

Your old iPad may be past its prime, but it's still worth something to somebody.

What you need to know about Apple's free apps policy

Apple made waves during Tuesday's media event when the company announced that its iLife and iWork suite would be free for customers who buy a new Mac or iOS device. But the apps are also free for users who already have the apps installed, and one app is free, period. Here's our guide to demystifying Apple's new pricing structure on its iLife and iWork apps.

on macworld.com

Protect your Facebook account from hackers with two-factor authentication

Don't be one of those people with a compromised account that spams all their friends.

Use two-factor authentication for your Twitter account

If you want to keep hackers away from your Twitter account, two-factor authentication could be just the thing. But be warned: It's a little awkward to set up...

Ditch your ISP's modem and change your Internet experience forever

If your ISP allows it, buying and installing your own modem can net you some sweet performance improvements and a cheaper monthly bill.

on pcworld.com

How to keep your camera clean

A clean camera means better pictures, and luckily the techniques are easy and the tools are cheap.

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How to build a killer Windows 8.1 gaming PC for under $1000

A new OS calls for new hardware, at an affordable price.

on pcworld.com

Protect your Dropbox account with two-factor authentication

You may have to put in two passwords, but it keeps prying eyes out.

Updating to Windows 8.1

Ready to update to Windows 8.1? We'll show you how.

Turn your tablet into a guilt-free digital babysitter

Protect your tablet from destructive kiddies. (And protect your kids from grown-up content.)

Security to go: Three tips to keep your mobile data safe

It’s not easy keeping your devices secure, and mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and, of course, laptops are no exception. But you can do a few things to improve your mobile security. Here’s a look at three of them.

on pcworld.com

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How to keep your real name and face out of Google's ads

Google just updated its terms of service to allow the company to use your real name, face, and comments in ads. Here's how to slam the brakes on it.

How to stay private now that anyone can find you on Facebook

Facebook is making it easier for people to find you, so it’s about that time again: Check your privacy settings.