How to Make Sure You Get the Network Speeds You Pay For

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In a world where consumer rights are so important, it seems strange that internet companies can constantly offer ‘up to’ speeds or fail to deliver on the speeds you pay for. In this article, we take a look at the steps you can take to ensure the speeds you get are the speeds you should […]

How to Make Great YouTube Thumbnails for Your Videos

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In this guide, we’ll show you how you can download free editing software and use it to create the most eye catching YouTube thumbnails. This guide will help you to bring attention to your thumbnails to help boost click through rate and bring more views to your channel. By the time we’ve finished this guide, […]

Three Photo Editing Apps You Need to Make Any Picture Instagram Worthy

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We live in a visual world, and Instagram rules it. A 2018 study found Android users of the app average 53 minutes a day scrolling feeds and swiping stories. More people are spending more time analyzing others’ lives through images. Those who are hyper alert of this new reality understand it’s not enough to take […]

The Best Smart Home Starter Kit

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A smart home improves your home’s security, makes day-to-day tasks more convenient, and brings a cool factor that few others additions to your home can even dream of. The one downside is the installation process. Because a smart home is made of so many different parts, it can be hard to figure out exactly what […]

Anyone Can Build an App with Glide Apps

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Have you ever wished you could create your own app? But you thought learning programming was just too much effort or beyond your capabilities? The people at Glide Apps have something for you! What is Glide Apps? Glide Apps is a website, glideapps.com, that enables you to create your own app, from a Google Sheet, […]

Increase Convenience and Productivity with Android’s Picture-in-Picture Mode

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While Android operating system (OS) advocates have, for the past couple years now, been touting picture-in-picture (PiP) as a new and exciting feature, the idea and the application itself was first introduced on televisions back in 1976. In fact, during the end of the 20th century and into the early 21st century, PiP was promoted […]

Advanced Search on Reddit Like a Pro

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Over the past decade, Reddit has gone from a simple Digg competitor to a complete replacement for a large portion of the internet’s forum and chat communities. Today, with over 26 million active users, it’s the go-to social news and discussion platform. If you don’t use Reddit, you’re missing out on a wealth of breaking […]

Advanced Search on Twitter Like a Pro

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Did you know that Twitter churns through over 500 million tweets per day? While plenty of that is content that you and I might not care about, if even 1% interests us then we’ve got a never-ending supply of fresh material on our hands! However, how are we supposed to go through millions of tweets […]

Three Keyboard Apps Worth Using Over Your Smartphone’s Default

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Smartphone technology has advanced rapidly since the dawn of the iPhone in 2007, but that doesn’t mean companies like Apple or Samsung are always capable of delivering the best user experiences across every feature and function their devices provide–even if what they do provide is, for the most part, exceptional. Photo editing and messaging are […]

What is Cryptojacking and How Do I Stop It?

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You know about malware and ransomware. You know what a computer virus is and probably had one. But do you know about cryptojacking? Cryptojacking is a bit like ransomware, but stealthy and potentially worth more money to the criminals that use it. While ransomware takes your data hostage until you pay the ransom, cryptojacking uses […]