Notifications are annoying, but your notification sounds don’t have to be. iRingPro is a huge collection of soothing sounds you can download for free right now and use on your phone.
Did you know your Venmo transactions are public by default? Everyone on the Internet can see your name, the recipient’s name, the message you send, and any comments. They can even jump in and comment on your transactions.
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Google tracks Mastercard purchases to see if online advertisements prompt real-world sales. The deal is worth millions of dollars, with Mastercard basically selling customer data to Google.
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When you type an address into your web browser, a lot of things happen behind the scenes. And most of that is determined by the various parts of the URL you typed. Let’s take a closer look.
Having to open a whole bunch of images just to resize and save them again is a pain. Luckily, Apple’s built-in Automator tool can streamline this process, letting you select a group of images and resize them all at once—automatically.
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RAW image files are huge so Adobe Lightroom saves preview JPEG files to speed things up. If worst comes to worst and you lose your originals, you might be able to recover something from the previews.
Microsoft’s Office 365 service has been a great deal for a long time, and it’s getting better. Starting October 2, 2018, Office 365 Home will let six users install an unlimited number of Office applications.
Using tin cans as a method of food preservation started as early as the 1770s and a patent was issued for tin food cans in 1810, but the first dedicated can openers weren’t invented until the 1850s. Prior to the advent of the can opener, people used hammers and chisels to open their cans.