You probably get so much information on your Facebook news feed that you don’t even want to look at it. This can easily be fixed by prioritizing Facebook’s news feed so that you see what you want first.
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Google recently removed the “View Image” button in Google Image search. If you need this functionality, fear not! You can get it back in a few simple steps.
“Bitcoin” and “blockchain” have entered the modern vocabulary, and they seem to be here to stay. But are they good for anything besides speculation? Here are some of the ways Blockchain technology is being used right now.
If you are interested in investing in cryptocurrency, here is a brief explanation of the differences between Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Google Maps is good, but that doesn’t mean you have to be stuck with it. Here are the best Google Maps alternatives for you to try.
Cryptojacking started off as something simple, but now it has spread to Facebook. The latest victim to be affected is Google Ads. Find out how cryptojacking in Google Ads works and how it affects you.
If there’s one frustration people often have, it’s that they don’t know what news sources they can trust. YouTube took this into account when it planned a new feature that will label state-funded news sources.
When you’re writing a paper, it can be frustrating to get your citations sorted. Google Docs allows you to do your research and citing all within the document itself!
If you’re an avid Google Docs user, this article shows how you can share documents and send Google Docs via email.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Have a little fun and check out some prank sites that will make your friends think you’re a hacker by night.
While you can make use of a good security software to improve online security, the best protection against online scams and attacks is not software but good habits.
You must have heard about internet scams or could have even fallen victim once before. Let’s explore ten notorious internet scams you might encounter and how to avoid them.
Low-bandwidth websites are making a comeback, at least in the realm of news and journalism. These text-only sites are experiencing a resurgence, but are they for everybody?
It is important to know that a website is safe before using it. There are many signals that can help you check if a website is legit and safe to use. When surfing the web, make sure to watch out for these signals.
Facebook is considering letting its users define what exactly is or isn’t fake news, through a series of surveys. It’s time to explore the idea in depth and consider the potential pitfalls in this strategy.
There are quite a few secure email services that offer email privacy and encryption. Here are some of the best email services to keep your data safe.
With the recent videos on “Tide pod challenge” spreading virally, YouTube has to lay down the ax on these kinds of videos. Did YouTube do the right thing?
More and more people are going online to look for their soulmates, and this is where “catfishing” scams come in. Learn how catfishing works and how to protect yourself from it.