Technology by pure definition has a purpose to make things easier for us, but does it make us dumber as well? Does innovation in technology make us dumber?
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uBlock Origin is a newer ad blocker that is fast and lean. Can it compare to Adblock? Let’s find out.
Google Music is a very powerful service that many people like, but this type of streaming technology isn’t limited to Google. Here are some alternatives.
How much are you paying for Internet services now? Imagine paying none of that to connect to the world’s biggest knowledge library. Is it even possible? Let’s find out.
Thanks to Quill Engage, it doesn’t matter, whether you’re left- or right-brained; you’ll appreciate Google Analytics (GA) reporting in a narrative way.
Since Scribd is modifying its business model to become “Netflix for books,” it’s time to consider some Scribd alternatives. Here are 5 to get you started.
While the Internet of Things might seem like it will help a lot of people, security is a big issue that needs to be carefully assessed and looked into.
It’s great that email systems such as Gmail exist that let you open up multiple accounts. How many email addresses do you have?
If you’re sick and tired of waiting to see if Google Alerts gets any better, try some of these Google Alerts alternatives. It’s worth trying them out.
If you’re a student, professor, or researcher, you’ll want to surround yourself with tons of journal articles. Here’s how to get them for free.
Online advertising takes many forms and appears many different places. How would you describe the state of online advertising?
You can easily get Google Forms to send you (and your users) email notifications after the user has submitted the form. Here’s how you can do it.
Using your fingerprint or retina to authorize yourself into an account has been around for a long time., but will it become the future of online banking? Let’s find out.
Bad Translator manages to highlight every pitfall of online translation, running text through up to 43 languages, before bringing it back to English.
There isn’t anyone who uses the Internet regularly who hasn’t been bothered by ads. No one wants to go through the extra steps of adblocking, but is it a necessary evil?
Need to create a professional diagram, chart or mockup from any device? Meet Lucidchart! Read about its features and see how it compares to OmniGraffle.
The landscape for web browsers has changed a great deal. Vivaldi is an ambitious newcomer, and we’re going to find out if it’s one worth watching.
Are you a bookworm? Here are some tools for you to track your reading habits, get tailored recommendations and connect with other bibliophiles.