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    • Chrome Now Shortens Links You Share With Friends
      Google has quietly added a new feature to Chrome for Android. From v64 onwards, Chrome for Android has the ability to shorten the URLs you share with your friends. So you can now share a clean link without any of that unnecessary tracking informat...
    • 6 Free Open-Source Games for Great Single-Player Experiences
      There’s a vast amount of open-source software in the world. Likewise, there are a ton of games. But open source games? When it comes to developing interactive entertainment, people don’t seem so quick to want to share their code. That&...
    • Periscope vs. Facebook Live: Which One Is Better?
      Live streaming is a popular trend in this age of social media, but not everyone can be a YouTube star, nor do they want to be. Still, live streaming can be fun to share what you’re doing right now to family and friends. But how do you live s...
    • Top 10 Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Apps for iPhone
      2017 was the year of cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin and other altcoins finally broke into the mainstream. Now, it’s quite easy to buy bitcoin, convert to altcoins and even invest in ICOs, all from your phone. You might prefer to do all of your tr...
    • Update iOS and macOS to Beat the Text Bomb Bug
      Apple has released updates for its operating systems in an effort to beat the text bomb bug. So if you own an Apple device you should update it to the latest version of the OS before someone decides to prank you. And someone, somewhere will try to...
    • Use Macros in Excel on Mac to Save Time and Do More
      Excel on the Mac has not always been the same powerhouse it was on Windows. Macros really wouldn’t work unless they were created exclusively for the Mac. Starting in 2013, Microsoft brought back macros. There are two types of macros: those y...
    • 5 Smart Home Products Worth Every Penny
      If you’re looking to buy smart home technology, you’ll have to decide between purchasing top-end products or cheaper alternatives. Either way, you won’t be short of options. Everything from Sonos to Philips Hue has a litany of le...
    • Ubuntu to Collect Your PC Data: What This Means for You
      Upcoming versions of the Ubuntu desktop Linux operating system will collect certain data about the PCs they’re installed on and the way they’re used. The desktop team at Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, says it wants to focus deve...




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