Firefox Monitor Tells You When Your Login Details Have Been Compromised

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After years of using Google Chrome, I finally decided to go back to a more privacy-focused browser, Mozilla Firefox. Firefox takes privacy very seriously.  You can choose between three different levels of “content blocking” which covers everything from trackers, cookies, cryptominers, and fingerprinters.  But Firefox has now introduced something called Firefox Monitor, which tells you […]

5 Great App Docks For Windows 10

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There’s always been a rivalry between Apple’s MacOS and Microsoft Windows. Over the years MacOS has held the reputation for the most user-friendly interface, with Windows considered the more utilitarian system. Modern Windows has come a long way from those early days and really is on par now with what Apple has to offer. However, […]

How To Boost The WiFi Signal On Android For Faster Internet

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What use is a smartphone that can barely stay connected to the Internet? There are a lot of factors in play that can cause your WiFi strength on an Android device to weaken. But there’s no need to give up just yet. You can boost your WiFi signal to make your Android device’s Internet connection […]

Top Android Q Features to Look Forward To

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Every year, Google updates their Android operating system and pushes their new Google Pixel handsets alongside it. This year, we’re expecting a full launch for Android Q in October. For some devices, such as the Pixel range, you will get the update immediately. Some other devices will get it a little later. Let’s take a […]

How To Revoke Third-Party Website Access On Facebook, Twitter & Google

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We’ve seen these buttons so many times already as they have become an integral part of the Internet. If you are too lazy to sign up for services using your email address, you can just use your social media or Google accounts to sign up to those services with. These websites then contact Facebook, Google, […]

Top 5 Tablets to Increase Productivity

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The first thing you need to do when deciding which work tablet is best for you is to define your terms of productivity. All tablets can help increase productivity, but you need to decide if you want to do more things less efficiently or fewer things more efficiently. All tablets, more or less, can accomplish […]

How to Build a Smart Kitchen

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A quick Google search will reveal dozens upon dozens of articles on “how to build the ultimate smart home.” Most all of these articles talk about smart lighting, smart locks, and sometimes even smart blinds—but few touch on the heart of the home: the kitchen! “Smart” kitchen appliances are everywhere, but most tend to come […]

How To Digitize & Read Your Comic Book Collection

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In my never-ending quest for a paperless existence, I am trying to digitize more and more printed materials which are languishing on my bookshelves. This includes the vast number of comic books which I seem to have collected over the years. There are many free comic book readers available for your computer and tablet. So […]

5 Secure Online Services To Transfer Large Files To People

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As email services stubbornly cling to their Web 1.0 25MB attachment size limits, users meanwhile are needing ways to transfer larger and larger files. Of course, if security is not an issue, there is always cloud storage or leaving files temporarily on your web domain. But if you need a secure way to transfer files […]

How to Download Twitter Photos and Videos

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Want to know how to download Twitter photos and videos? It’s actually quite straightforward. Read this guide to find out how. We’ll split this guide into two sections – how to download photos and how to download videos on Twitter. Both options require different methods, but you’ll find the whole process quite easy, regardless. Keep […]