You’ve probably heard of Bitcoin by now, but what about Bitcoiin? How about Garlicoin? PutinCoin? Here are 8 of the weirdest cryptocurrencies you’ve never heard of.
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Google’s domineering email service has received quite possibly its biggest update yet, with a bold and bright new look and a panoply of new features to make our emailing lives easier.
There are hundreds of sites for learning English, and they offer various activities – grammar, listening, and speaking. These are 5 of the best sites for English learners of various proficiency levels.
The ping command is very useful to check if a site/device is online or not. You can also analyze the speed of your computer and the site you’re trying to contact. Here is how to use it.
Cryptocurrencies are a lucrative investment, but due to its highly volatile nature, there are also huge risks. Here are some tips how to invest in cryptocurrencies for profit, or at least minimal loss.
Facebook is now discussing a new subscription model that might help it avoid future privacy problems, but would a subscription model work? Let’s explore this option.
Ever since Bitcoin’s inception, it’s been quite volatile and now undergoes multi-thousand-dollar changes on a regular basis. Why does Bitcoin’s price change so much? Let’s find out.
The Google Sheets Explore feature can provide a lot of information based on your data and even updates itself depending on the data you have selected. Learn how you can make good use of it.
With the integration of the Internet into our work lives, it’s given rise to collaboration software. Intraboom is an alternative to all the other collaboration software. It makes it so that you only need one software.
If you are afraid to lose the pictures and other memories Facebook stores for you, here are a few ways you can download Facebook photos and store them in a safe place.
There are other tools other than Spotify that can help users discover music and build playlists in the most efficient way possible. These are six of the best Spotify web apps that you need to try.
Have you ever sent a message that you’d like to take back? Facebook might actually include this feature in Messenger, allowing people to “unsend” messages.
You may not know it, but there are many ways to get more out of Gmail. You can schedule emails, track them, keep your inbox uncluttered, and yes, use your Gmail offline!
Facebook’s mobile app was found to have collected, and continues to collect, phone call metadata. Here’s how to stop Facebook from collecting your phone call data.
So you’ve finally had enough of Facebook and want to get out of it. Here are a few Facebook alternatives that offer better privacy and more control and just might help you to partially fill that Facebook-shaped void in your life.
It’s safer to go with a gift card and leave it to the recipient to pick what they want. If you are looking to get a gift card, here are five places to get gift cards online.
You can either delete your Facebook account or lock your profile down and prevent your personal information from floating around in cyberspace. Here’s how to do both.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) allows people living in the EU to have more control over the data collected on them from websites. Here is what you need to know about GDPR and how it affects you.