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It’s annoying to always have to unlock your phone, but it’s unsafe to never lock it. Thankfully, there’s a nice middle ground: Smart Lock.
Netflix is growing fast. If you’re new to the service, know that there are a bunch of third party sites and tools that make using it even better.
Today Cool Websites and Apps points out a few sites that offer you free logos to use as you wish, or that give you insight into the branding that you’re already surrounded by.
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Learn to play guitar in 2016. Here are a few sites that can help if you have playing a musical instrument as one of your resolutions.
You’re tech savvy, right? Use that and save yourself some money.
Make text look fun. You don’t need to be an artist as these easy web tools make boring text look downright fascinating.
Is there any way to get Windows software working on Linux? One answer is to use Wine, but while it can be very useful, it probably should only be your last resort. Here’s why.
Sharing your Mac’s Internet connection only takes a few clicks, and you can even set up an improvised WiFi hotspot without installing any third party software.
Stay up-to-date with the best notification services on the web. With these five tools for your browser and phone, you can know what’s happening almost in real time.
The online life is filled with anxiety and stress. Let’s look at five apps that help you focus for a while, so you can stop worrying about notifications and digital clutter. Let’s meditate.
MacUpdate has joined the dark side, bundling adware into free downloads like Firefox. If you want to avoid this completely, stop downloading apps from MacUpdate.
Data plans are expensive, and you don’t need them. Here’s how you can get by without one and still take full advantage of your Android smartphone.