3 Bot Accounts To Help You Save Content From Twitter

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Twitter is one of the best places on the internet to find interesting news, images, videos, and other forms of media. However, sometimes when we see something, we aren’t prepared to read or browse it right away. With how mobile has taken over the online world, sometimes you’ll be at work, out with friends, with […]

How To Download Videos From Twitter, Facebook & Instagram

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Have you ever wanted to save videos from social media websites? Maybe there’s a Twitter video you want to download, or videos from Facebook or Instagram that you’d like to save? There isn’t a download button on these sites, but there are third-party tools that let you save videos from Instagram and other social networks. […]

Check Out Our Revamped Social Media Pages

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Normally spring-cleaning is done….well, in the spring. But lately, we have been giving the whole shop a bit of a dusting and clean out – in particular with our social media channels. Starting from today, you will now be notified on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn when we have published something. You can also do your […]

Mastodon – An Open-Source Twitter-Like Website You Should Try

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If you haven’t heard of Mastodon, don’t worry. There’s no need for FOMO just yet. The service quietly launched in 2016 and did not begin to catch on until around March of 2017. At the beginning of August 2017, Mastodon had just over 760,000 users. The service hit a million users in December and has […]

Alternative Browsers You May Not Have Heard Of Before

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You’ve probably heard of the popular web browsers – Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Edge, Safari – but are there others? If you want a unique web browser that isn’t what everyone else is using, you do have options. We think you’ll be surprised at the number of “unknown” browsers there are out there. Some […]

How To Set Up & Use Find My Device On Android

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A decade or so ago, losing a phone wasn’t a big deal. If you lost your phone, you lost a few files and a handful of contacts saved on it. You could then easily get this data from various other sources. However, it’s now 2019 where losing a phone has become a really big deal. […]

10 Previous-Generation Nintendo Switch Ports You Might Have Missed

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The Nintendo Switch has been a rousing success for the company that brought us Mario and Luigi, but it’s in a weird position among other current-generation consoles. While the Switch benefits from support for the latest game engines and graphical features, it’s raw horsepower is a major step down from the PS4 or even Xbox […]

Why Google Calendar Is The Best Online Calendar Service

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At one time, you had to keep a paper-based calendar if you wanted to track appointments. Unless you carried it everywhere with you, chances were you wouldn’t have it on hand when you needed it most. Additionally, there was no way to easily share the information with other people in your life who might need […]

The Best Android Office Suites For 2019

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These days, when most people think of office suites (integrated word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and personal information managers), Microsoft Office or Google Drive Office Suite come to mind – and for good reason. Both are well-developed and highly effective solutions for creating, managing, and archiving business documents, as well as generating, responding to, and collecting […]

How To Password-Protect Word & PDF Documents

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Have you got a private document or important work presentation you don’t want people to see? You can protect private and sensitive information in a Word or PDF document by password-protecting the file. This encrypts the file’s contents so it can’t be accessed by anyone, or read by any program without entering the password first. […]