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CloudApp for Mac Expands to iPhone With New App

CloudApp, a Mac app designed for visual collaboration and content sharing, today launched a new iOS app that expands CloudApp’s capabilities to the iPhone and the iPad. The app has been in testing with a soft launch since December, but is now being officially announced.CloudApp for iOS mirrors what CloudApp for Mac is able to […]

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Claim your free Rainbow Six Siege Six Invitational skin for a limited time

Preparation is underway for the Six Invitational 2020, Ubisoft’s upcoming annual tournament for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The event pits the title’s top 16 teams over the world champion title, while also providing the first glimpse at Year 5 plans and Year 5 Season 1 update. The Six Invitational returns with another mid-season event, […]

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You’ll get 30 days of ExpressVPN free when you purchase a Dynabook PC

ExpressVPN and Dynabook (formerly Toshiba Client Solutions) announced a new partnership today. As part of the partnership, ExpressVPN will come preinstalled on all Dynabook PCs. Additionally, people who purchase a Dynabook PC will receive a free 30-day trial of ExpressVPN. The Satellite Pro L50 will be the first Dynabook PC to come with ExpressVPN preinstalled. […]

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will come with better screen, 3300mAh battery

The next-gen Galaxy Fold model is most likely the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The ‘Flip’ in the name means the device will have a flip or clamshell design similar to the new Motorola RAZR. The latter is a new foldable phone from Motorola that was announced back in November but has yet to reach the […]

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Scientists Fight Back Against Toxic ‘Forever’ Chemicals

On the day Susan Gordon learned Venetucci Farm, in Colorado, was contaminated by toxins, the vegetables looked just as good as ever, the grass as green, and the cattle, hogs, chickens, and goats as healthy. The beauty of the community farm she and her husband managed made the revelation all the more tragic. Chemicals known […]

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Spotify’s New Feature Builds Playlists for Your Pets Based on Their Personality Traits and Your Listening History

Spotify today announced “Pet Playlists,” which builds custom playlists for a cat, dog, iguana, hamster, or bird (via The Verge). The playlist generator combines your pet’s personality traits with your own listening history on Spotify, building a list of songs that the company says both you and your pet can enjoy.To get your Pet Playlist, […]

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Samsung shipped fewer wireless headsets in 2019 than Xiaomi, ranks 3rd

Samsung was the third-largest TWS (totally wireless headset) manufacturer in 2019, according to the Yonhap News Agency citing Strategy Analytics. The TWS category excludes headsets that have a neckband and account only for truly wireless earbuds.Samsung was able to ship 7.4 million wireless headsets throughout 2019, covering 6.9 percent of the market. This wasn’t enough […]

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Calls for Apple to Bring iPhone-Style Low Power Mode to MacBooks

Following rumors of a performance-boosting “Pro Mode” coming in the next update to macOS Catalina, developer Marco Arment has argued that Apple should bring an iPhone-style Low Power Mode to MacBooks as well.Since iOS 9, Apple has included a Low Power Mode on iPhones that reduces the amount of power that the device uses when […]

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Having issues with Microsoft Edge Chromium? Here’s how to resolve them.

Although Microsoft has created a new Edge browser that adopts the Chromium engine to offer better stability, performance, and compatibility for websites and extensions, like any other piece of software, you can come across several problems. For instance, sometimes, you may see websites not loading correctly or rendering pages very slow. Microsoft Edge may show […]

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Cats Are Making Australia’s Bushfire Tragedy Even Worse

Cats are scientifically, objectively, monumentally terrible for the planet. In the US alone, free-ranging domestic cats kill up to 3.7 billion birds and 20.7 billion mammals a year, to say nothing of reptiles and amphibians. They are a scourge of the highest order. Now felines are poised to exacerbate the ecological crisis unfolding in Australia […]

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