It’s okay: You’re not a hoarder. Well, you might be a hoarder, actually.
This only works up to 24 hours. If you’re timing something for more than 24 hours, I don’t want to know what you’re up to. Leave me out of it.
This trick comes straight from Google — there’s no need to install an app on your phone or tablet first.
The Rollie EggMaster is worth a look for back-to-school shoppers or anyone who’s tight on space.
Don’t steal the paper clips from work. Actually, do steal them. If you get fired for that, you needed a new job anyway.
Try this, and if it doesn’t work, restart your iPhone or iPad. If THAT doesn’t work, call an ambulance or the police.
Increase your phone’s maximum volume (and protect it from splashes at the same time).
For $35, Google’s Chromecast device turns your TV into a smart TV of sorts, with web browser mirroring, YouTube and Netflix.
TIME Tech’s Harry McCracken and Doug Aamoth talk about the software, products and services unveiled at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote.
Let’s face it: Making popcorn isn’t for the weak, the stupid or the faint of heart. It’s a complicated process that draws on more than one of your senses.
The $150 BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer connects to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and lets you measure your blood alcohol content. But like all good gadgets, it takes things a step further.
TIME Tech talks about EA’s move to infuse all of its games with pay-as-you-play microtransactions.