Facebook comments, Tweets and photos take on a life of their own online. But it's possible to remove them and delete your online presence. We explain how
Manage, edit and share your photos and videos
It's easy for other people to find out more about you than want them to know but we explain how you can lessen the chances of revealing too much online
Internet forums are a good place to exchange views and information, so it's a good thing to know how they work. We explain how to make the most of them
No-one wants to think about it, but you should consider what will happen to your digital data after you die. We look at how to make sure it all goes to your heirs
Smart TVs are the latest thing. You can make your own – and save hundreds of pounds – by linking your PC to your TV or laptop. We explain how to get started
If you're used to expressing your views freely in the pub, you need to take care when sharing those same views on Facebook or forums. We explain why
Animoto is a web-based service that takes photographs and turns them into slideshows complete with effects and background music. We show you how
Our top tips range from creating Youtube playlists and multiple Amazon wish lists to search-engine help and which website to visit to report phishing attacks
Google's Panoramio will help you put your photos online, pinpoint their locations on a map and share them with others
Upload pictures of your royal wedding celebrations to a special Flickr album
Official coverage of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Katherine Middleton available online
Classic car photo sparks a copyright claim after clothing retailer allegedly uses it without permission
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