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The Best OTA Antennas and TV Tuners Money Can Buy in 2018

With cord cutting on the rise, many people are learning how to ditch cable and satellite. Yet while streaming sources thrive, over-the-air (OTA) antennas have also witnessed a resurgence. According to DSL Reports, 20 percent of broadband homes still receive TV from an OTA antenna. Using an OTA anten...

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How to Make Calls and Use Google Hangouts Like a Pro

With all the confusion around Google’s messaging apps, remember Hangouts? It’s a bit like Google’s version of Skype, offering video and audio calling, as well as text chat, over the internet. While Hangouts was once the default communication app on Android, Google has phased it out...

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Facebook Is Spying on Your Messenger Chats

To the surprise of some, Facebook has admitted spying on Messenger chats. While the social network maintains Messenger conversations are private, automated tools scan the contents, and if someone reports a message for violating community standards, human employees may review them. Facebook has been...

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5 Reasons to Upgrade to Malwarebytes Premium: Yes, It’s Worth It

Though I’ve been a loyal Malwarebytes user since 2008, I have to admit that most of that time was spent as a free user. Upgrading to a premium account never crossed my mind because I never thought I needed it. You’ve probably thought the same. Truth is, the free version of Malwarebytes i...

Internet

Best free web hosting sites of 2018

The costs of setting up and maintaining a website can add up quickly. Designing, developing and maintaining a site all need outlay of one sort or other and so it's important to minimise expenditure where they can. Which is why website builders have grown in popularity over the past few years.Web hos...

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Cambridge Analytica misused information from as many as 5.6 million Indians

The Cambridge Analytica scandal, or what has been termed as #FacebookGate, just got a new chapter added to its odyssey. In a report where Facebook was updating users on their plans to restrict data access on the social platform, they also revealed that up to 87 million people globally have had their...

Android

5 Reasons the Galaxy S9, S9+ Are Worth Buying

We thought last year’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ had everything we needed from a Samsung device, but in typical Samsung fashion, the company was able to bring certain additions to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ to get potential buyers and even myself excited about them. In our full reviews, we came away...

Android

Chrooma Keyboard Launches Hydrogen Build With Redesign, Removal of Ads

Chrooma Keyboard picked up a sizable update today that introduces their new Hydrogen version. Chrooma tells us that this is a “complete redesign” that includes features like a proofreading service, quick toolbar, and typing stats. It also ditches the ads on the free version after listeni...

Android

It’s Open Enrollment Time at Verizon Again – Fresh Chance to Get Phone Protection

Verizon’s open enrollment period for protection plans is back again, giving you the chance to sign-up for phone protection if you chose not to do so at the time of purchase. You can choose from any of their plans too, not just the most expensive option, Total Mobile Protection. Why would you s...

Android

Thursday Poll: Do You Own a Smart Speaker?

I’m one of those weirdos who blindly ignores any and all privacy concerns that come with products like Google Home or Amazon Echo because I’m a fan of future tech, especially when it allows me to control my smart home without ever lifting a finger. In fact, the NVIDIA Spot was proba...


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