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Why I'm using multiple web browsers

I get asked frequently about the web browser that I use and I usually answer that I use them all. While that is a bit exaggerated, there is some truth to that. Let me explain. I work with multiple web browsers throughout the day. I used to do all things in the Firefox browser using profiles, but swi...

Tech

How to Make Money on YouTube: 6 Monetization Tactics Used by Pros

YouTube has evolved into a platform that provides many content creators with careers. If you’re thinking about starting a YouTube channel, you’ve probably wondered how you can earn an income from it. The truth is not many peopl will earn millions of dollars on YouTube. However, as a YouT...

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How to Perform Under Pressure With These 8 Wacky Productivity Apps

Pressure helps people be more productive. Whether you like them or not, deadlines probably get you to work faster. They might add stress to your life, and make you feel like you’re not getting enough done. But pressure does, generally, help. Want to add some pressure to your life? Try one of t...

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How Tech Lobbying Shapes Policy and Impacts Your Life

In a representative democracy, the people who put forth the most time and money tend to have the greatest impact on policy. That means companies often have the most say in the industries they compete in. The tech sector is no different. Tech companies are spending more dollars lobbying governments t...

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5 Trippy Glitch Art Apps for Your iPhone

Small visual defects, known as glitches, are a common phenomena in our increasingly technology-reliant world. They generally occur as a result of a hardware problem or data corruption, but you’ll find similar effects all over the media in movies, TV shows, music videos, and advertising. But yo...

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The Best iPhone Clipboard Managers

As the iPhone continues to become more powerful and add features with each new software and hardware release, many users are taking advantage of the device to tackle a wide variety of daily activities and become more productive. You’ve probably used the iPhone clipboard more times than you can...

Internet

New Gmail on the web will let you set a lifespan for emails

There are big changes ahead for Gmail on the web, and one newly revealed feature we can expect to see in a few weeks sounds particularly intriguing. The Verge, which first reported Gmail's web client is in for a fresh look and new features like smart replies soon, now has details on a new 'Conf...

Internet

Nearly one in 10 Americans have deleted their Facebook accounts, survey says

Have you deleted your Facebook account in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal? Tech.pinions, a technology and media research firm, claims that almost 10% of people in the US have done just that.The firm surveyed 1,000 Americans across age and gender demographics. While not all respondents we...

Internet

Never mind the data breach – Facebook now lets you doodle in augmented reality

While Mark Zuckerberg faced a grilling from Congress about the use of millions of users' private information without consent, Facebook's developers were working on something rather more fun: augmented reality doodles.The feature, which is rolling out over the coming days to those who haven't opted t...

Android

Did Google Just Out Android P’s Revamped Navigation Bar With Gesture Support?

Google posted to the Android Developers Blog today a story about DNS over TLS support in Android P. It’s a fun story, if care about things like a built-in Private DNS mode. If you don’t, then you may be interested in another part of this story – the screenshot that was initially sh...


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