Welcome to our annual New Smartphone Set Up Guide. Someone thought enough of you to help replace that dumb ol' brick you've been lugging around these past few years. Now what?
Head to Gizmodo for a throughout setup guide on your new iPhone 5S or 5C. It includes all kinds of tips, from extending the life of your battery to new games.
Welcome to our annual Setting Up Your Awesome New Home Theater guide. You've just obtained the final component for your ideal home theater set-up. Now it's time to hook everything up and turn your living room into that badass entertainment zone you've always envisioned. We'll guide you through the basics.
Well look at that. Someone truly loves you. Or they're trying to buy your love. Either way, a shiny new iPad 2 is currently siting in your lap. I think you just won [insert holiday of choice here].
Huzzah, your bookworm reputation precedes you, and some kind soul gifted you a shiny Kindle Fire. Here's how to set it up properly—so you don't get burned.
The wrapping paper is gone. Your family has exited. The dust? Settled. So it's time to squeeze the most out of those terrific tech gifts you got—and we're here to help. Check below for our comprehensive setup guides.
Your X-Mas wish came true! Santa wisely consulted one of our best-of-the-best lists and left you a shiny new smartphone under the tree. So, uh, now what? Here's a step-by-step guide to getting that bad boy up and running.
You finally have your iPad in hand. But wait! You can't just plug it in and dump every app, song, and video you've ever downloaded. Here's how to get things set up and curate your iPad's collection.
World of Warcraft player/dorkmaster supreme Prepared has caved to his smack addiction-like dependence on WoW and created 36 separate accounts that he plays simultaneously on an epically ridiculous rig. He claims to spend over $5700 per year just on the game, and plans to pick up 36 copies of the new expansion pack …
We snuck in (or casually moseyed in, actually) to CEDIA's main show floor, which is still being set up for tomorrow's opening, and we've learned a few things in advance of any announcements.
Just when we were patting ourselves on the ass for having three monitors and a laptop on our desk, Stefan Didak has to show us up with his power-sucking home office. His setup consists of 7 screens, all of which are LCDs, all coming from one desktop. If you add in his two laptops, that makes 9 screens, and if you add…