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Tips for Better Passwords | Tech Magazine
06/06/2018
Tips for Better Passwords | Tech Magazine

Tips for Better Passwords | Tech Magazine

The recent hack of the MyHeritage genealogy service should serve as a reminder to set strong passwords and protect them. Consumer Reports shares tips on how to do that.

This new astrology app uses info from NASA to give you the most accurate horoscope
11/16/2017
This new astrology app uses info from NASA to give you the most accurate horoscope

This new astrology app uses info from NASA to give you the most accurate horoscope

Astrology is everywhere — from our Instagram feeds to our go-to news outlets. It seems like we can’t go anywhere without knowing when Mercury is in retrograde or that Jupiter is entering Scorpio. Even if you have no idea what a house is or what your Saturn is in, most of us at least know our sun…

What the Heck Is the Kirakira+ App and Why Is Everyone Using It?
11/15/2017
What the Heck Is the Kirakira+ App and Why Is Everyone Using It?

What the Heck Is the Kirakira+ App and Why Is Everyone Using It?

By Grace Beuley Hunt, PureWow

We’re not ashamed to admit it: We’re suckers for sparkles. (Give us a strand of fairy lights and we’ll break into a happy dance.) Which is why we’re so gobsmacked by Kirakira+, the magical app that has taken over the fashion world and, in turn, our Insta feed.…

PSA: Don’t train Face ID on your sibling’s face accidentally
11/14/2017
PSA: Don’t train Face ID on your sibling’s face accidentally

PSA: Don’t train Face ID on your sibling’s face accidentally

Some people are griping about Face ID, noting that sometimes their siblings can open their iPhone Xs using Face ID. There’s a simple reason for this.

When your sibling who kind of looks like you unsuccessfully tries to unlock your phone using their face and then you enter your password, you’re…

Uber has inked a partnership with NASA over its flying taxi plans and says now it’s aiming to get demo flights up and ...
11/11/2017
Uber has inked a partnership with NASA over its flying taxi plans and says now it’s aiming to get demo flights up and running in Los Angeles by 2020.

Uber has inked a partnership with NASA over its flying taxi plans and says now it’s aiming to get demo flights up and running in Los Angeles by 2020.

Specifically it’s signed an agreement to work with the federal government agency over the development of unmanned traffic management at a low altitude. Which makes a change from being investigated by federal agencies.

As CNBC notes, NASA is already working with several other companies to develop…

Alibaba breaks ‘Singles Day’ record, racking up $18 billion in sales in just 12 hours
11/11/2017
Alibaba breaks ‘Singles Day’ record, racking up $18 billion in sales in just 12 hours

Alibaba breaks ‘Singles Day’ record, racking up $18 billion in sales in just 12 hours

Well, it’s 11/11 on the other side of the globe which means Alibaba is already raking in loads of cash from Singles Day, otherwise known as the biggest day for global online shopping of the year.

The company has a running sales counter on its Alizila news website, which details the “gross…

The most ingenious gadgets of 2017
10/28/2017
The most ingenious gadgets of 2017

The most ingenious gadgets of 2017

This article is a segment of 2017's Best of What's New list. For the complete tabulation of the year's most transformative products and discoveries, head right this way.
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A coding toy with endless options

Thanks to STEM toys like this friendly robot, Vernie, it’s getting less and less…

Can the Apple TV 4K be a cord-cutter's only streaming device?
10/28/2017
Can the Apple TV 4K be a cord-cutter's only streaming device?

Can the Apple TV 4K be a cord-cutter's only streaming device?

I cut the cable cord roughly three years ago and I’ve never regretted it. I have, however, accumulated a small village of set-top boxes, media sticks, Chromecasts, gaming consoles, and just about any other HDMI-connected rectangle that can spit out a Netflix stream. For the past two weeks, however,…

How to control your app permissions
10/22/2017
How to control your app permissions

How to control your app permissions

Your smartphone wouldn't be all that useful without all the apps you've downloaded. Even when you're not actively poking around within a program, it can run in the background—updating your location, checking your email, or playing music—to make life more convenient. But to do so, it needs…

9 Gmail hacks you need to know since they will basically change your online life
10/06/2017
9 Gmail hacks you need to know since they will basically change your online life

9 Gmail hacks you need to know since they will basically change your online life

By Karen Fratti, HelloGiggles
Whether we like it or not, so much of our life revolves around our email. Checking, replying, vigorously unsubscribing — emails are so needy. Which is why we should do the best we can to make the experience as pleasurable as possible. If you know some Gmail hacks, for…

iPhone 8 Glass Durability Tested By Dropping It
10/05/2017
iPhone 8 Glass Durability Tested By Dropping It

iPhone 8 Glass Durability Tested By Dropping It

By Marissa Miller, TeenVogue
When rumors circulated that the iPhone 8 would come in all glass to facilitate wireless charging, we all harkened back to the days of yore when the iPhone 4 would shatter if you so much as looked at it funny. But now that the newest model is here in all its supposedly…

How to Clean Your Cell Phone
10/04/2017
How to Clean Your Cell Phone

How to Clean Your Cell Phone

By Lynya Floyd, Family CircleThis is the best way to clean your cell phone to get rid of germs and help prevent illness.

Clean your cell phone

Your maybe-not-so-clean hands touch your phone, then you put it up to your face. Eww!

“Every time we culture a cell phone, it’s gross,” says Susan…

Twitter is increasing its character limit, and this is why users aren't happy
10/03/2017
Twitter is increasing its character limit, and this is why users aren't happy

Twitter is increasing its character limit, and this is why users aren't happy

By Olivia Harvey, HelloGiggles
When Twitter first burst onto the social media scene, users were a bit stunned by the fact that they could only express themselves within 140 letters/symbols. But now that Twitter has decided to increase its character limit, the company is finding that users still…

This camera prints gifs, which means the future is now
10/02/2017
This camera prints gifs, which means the future is now

This camera prints gifs, which means the future is now

By Karen Belz, HelloGiggles

Photos have come a long way in such a short amount of time. Remember when we had to drop off a roll of film at CVS, and had to pick up the prints days later? These days, you can find a camera that prints gifs, which is something we never saw coming.[post_ads_2]The…

Divorce Goes Digital
09/29/2017
Divorce Goes Digital

Divorce Goes Digital

By Christina Tynan-Wood, Family Circle
Writer Christina Tynan-Wood decided to end her marriage digitally. Here’s how that went.[post_ads_2]The first time I thought about asking my husband Dan for a divorce, our newborn son was in my arms. Chalking it up to postpartum disillusionment and pure…

10 Cheap Ways to Stay Connected With Your Family
09/27/2017
10 Cheap Ways to Stay Connected With Your Family

10 Cheap Ways to Stay Connected With Your Family

By Emily Lugg, Cheapism[post_ads_2]

FAMILY PLAN

Considering how busy families always seem to be these days, it's a good thing to have technology to keep in touch. There's little excuse for letting weeks go by without talking to far-flung relatives or not knowing when the school basketball game…

Who Owns the Internet?What Big Tech’s monopoly powers mean for our culture... Read more:
08/25/2017
Who Owns the Internet?

Who Owns the Internet?
What Big Tech’s monopoly powers mean for our culture... Read more:

What Big Tech’s monopoly powers mean for our culture.

Illustration by Nishant Choksi

By Elizabeth Kolbert, The New Yorker
On the night of November 7, 1876, Rutherford B. Hayes’s wife, Lucy, took to her bed with a headache. The returns from the Presidential election were trickling in, and the…

The Small but Mighty Grill Perfect For Tight Spaces
08/16/2017
The Small but Mighty Grill Perfect For Tight Spaces

The Small but Mighty Grill Perfect For Tight Spaces

By Ian Centrone, Men's Journal Sure, there are plenty of miniature-sized grills on the market. But few compare to the Weber Q 3200 an ideal option for those confined to tiny living spaces. The Weber brand traces its roots back to 1893 and introduced its first barbecue more than 65 years ago. So…

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