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5 Unique Apps to Change Up Your To-Do List and Beat Procrastination

Most productivity gurus recommend having a to-do list to manage your tasks. But after a while, that to-do list can become your worst enemy, as it grows into an out-of-control mess. It might be time to change things up. I’m a fan of the three-strike system to change productivity techniques or t...

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Google Forms vs. SurveyMonkey: Which Survey Tool Is Right for You?

When you want to create a simple survey, you can find a variety of online options. Some, like Google Surveys, provide great features. But many come with a price tag that can get pretty hefty. Google Forms and SurveyMonkey are two popular online tools that let you design basic surveys at little to no...

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Learn About Cybersecurity with These 11 Essential Videos

People can head to YouTube to learn about everything from changing guitar strings to Photoshop basics. As such, it’s an excellent way to learn about cybersecurity. A formal, real-world class may be out of your budget, but the great thing about YouTube videos is that they’re free and vers...

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10 Reasons Why Bear Notes Is Better Than Apple Notes

For most Apple users, the hands-down best note-taking app is Apple Notes. Since iOS 9, Apple Notes has truly become a great note-taking system. iCloud sync is finally reliable, the app is easy to use, and it integrates with everything from Siri to the Apple Pencil. However, it’s a stock Apple...

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Why Robolinux Is the Best Linux for Windows Users

While switching from Windows to Linux carries several considerations, it’s simple enough to ease the transition. But what’s the best version of Linux for Windows users? Robolinux is an operating system that targets Windows users who want to start learning and using Linux as painlessly as...

Internet

Get ready for a Flickr reboot as the photo sharing site gets a new owner

Once upon a time, Flickr was the go-to photo sharing site for professional photographers and amateurs alike who wanted a secure and feature-packed site to store their images online. Since then, the likes of Google Photos and Apple Photos have grown to overtake Flickr, which was acquired by Yahoo in...

Android

Weekly Recap: Has Google Found the Messaging Answer?

As we head into the weekend, it’s time once again to take a look back at the week’s biggest Android stories. We spent a lot of time talking about Google’s plans for messaging, which includes an RCS re-branding to “Chat,” what we want to see in the Pixel 3, and why it&rs...

Android

AT&T CEO Announces $15/Month ‘Watch’ TV Streaming Service While Testifying in Federal Court

During his testimony in federal court for an ongoing antitrust trial, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson shared plans for AT&T Watch, an upcoming TV streaming service that will cost only $15/month. The awkwardly timed announcement came as an example for why the federal government should allow...

Android

AT&T 5G Evolution Expands to More Than 100 New Markets

AT&T’s 5G Evolution, which isn’t 5G by any means and is just upgraded 4G LTE, has expanded to a whole bunch of new markets. AT&T says to expect it in more than 100 as of today, which should mean an upgraded network experience for a whole bunch of their customers. On AT&T 5G E...

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Verizon LG V30 Becomes V30 ThinQ With Update Today, Gets AI Things

Verizon started pushing a new update to the LG V30 today, an update that turns LG’s media powerhouse into the V30 ThinQ. The new software also includes some of the AI smarts that LG hopes will help it sell a few more phones in 2018. Users will notice during boot-up that the phone’s splas...


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