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Protect Your Mac With 8 Free Security Tools by Objective-See
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Security tools are a necessary evil in the face of a growing Mac malware threat. Fortunately you can protect yourself and restore peace of mind with the right tools, like Objecive-See‘s bounty of freebies. The project is the brainchild of Patrick Wardle, a security researcher who created a range of tools to secure his own […]

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The 10 Best Foreign Netflix Shows From Around the World
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Netflix is best known for three things: awesome Netflix Originals, fascinating Netflix documentaries, and hilarious Netflix comedies. But most of this stuff is available in English, and if you limit yourself to just your native language you’re missing out on lots of amazing shows. We have previously highlighted a number of noteworthy foreign-language films on […]

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Oculus Go: Is This The Best Mobile VR Yet? (Review and Giveaway)
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Our verdict of the Oculus Go:Experienced VR gamers will be disappointed by the software selection and lack of positional tracking, but for watching videos the Oculus Go is astounding. With a higher resolution than PC VR headsets, and sheer convenience of being able to wear the device anywhere, we’re very close to calling this a […]

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Why Does macOS High Sierra Track Your Location? (And Should You Be Worried?)
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Apple stands out among other companies for its stance on privacy. While Google tracks your every move on your Android phone and Windows 10 is filled with telemetry, using Apple products generally doesn’t require an invasion of your privacy. So you might be surprised to know that in macOS High Sierra, your Mac tracks your […]

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5 Private Things Websites Learn About You Without Your Knowledge
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Browsing the internet seems like such an innocent activity, doesn’t it? You search Google, visit a few websites, and read interesting information. Would you be surprised to know that websites are collecting lots of information about you as you read? The following five things websites can learn about you when you visit may shock you. […]

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5 Tips for Scoring Cheap Flight Tickets With Skyscanner
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If you’re planning on taking a trip—whether in a few days or in several months—and that trip is going to require a flight, then you should definitely look into using Skyscanner.┬áThe popular travel far aggregator website is easy to use and will help you score cheap flight tickets. While Skyscanner’s interface is intuitive enough that […]

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10 Ways to Check the Weather From Your Linux Desktop
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What’s the weather going to be like today? Answering that question used to involve opening a newspaper or turning on the TV. Now you don’t even have to open up a web browser! Here are some of the top options floating around in your Linux app store or on the web. (Note that the ones […]

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Randomly Pick Your Next Travel Destination With These 5 Sites
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When you can’t decide where to travel next, let fate pick the destination. You could spin a globe and stab your finger at a place to stop it. Or you could use these cool sites to tell you where to go just as randomly. This isn’t the ideal solution for those who travel infrequently or […]

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How to Use Google Sheets to Keep Every Part of Your Life Organized
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You don’t need shiny new apps and websites if you’re looking to get your life organized. All you need is the trusty spreadsheet. With Google Sheet’s sharing capabilities and some solid, easy-to-use templates, you can stay on top of your budget, schedule, to-do list, and more. Why Google Sheets? While you can easily use Microsoft […]

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