If you want to share a specific part of a YouTube video, you can do so right from YouTube, but there are also third-party methods. Here are three of them.
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Did you know that Google Docs has its own add-ons? These Google Docs add-ons work regardless of what browser you’re using. Here’s how.
GoogleTel is freeware software that automatically arranges downloaded Google contacts in .html format so you can easily print them. Here’s how to use it.
Sometimes you don’t want to share your Facebook status with all your friends. Here’s how to update your Facebook status with only those specified.
Google Drive is a very useful tool, but are you getting the most out of all its features? In this post we will show you some handy Google Drive tips and tricks to help you get a little extra from it.
Comcast has put a data cap on home Internet services and others are following suit. Just what does this mean for you? Read on to find out!
Slack is growing like crazy. They’ve been adding a lot of new features, and it’s possible you might have missed some. We’re here to enlighten you.
It’s great to land on a website that both looks good and works well, but it doesn’t always happen that way. Do you prefer website’s to be goodlooking or functional?
As a Gmail user, you get the benefit of regularly newly-added features. Here are two new Gmail security features that have been added to its growing list of useful features.
The widely used Facebook Messenger app comes with a hidden chess game that you can play with your Facebook contacts. Here’s how to enable it.
Betternet is a free VPN service that lets you surf anonymously on all devices; it can unblock websites and protect your privacy against hackers.
It seems many people on Twitter feel they can post whatever they want regardless of how much truth is behind it. Should Twitter users bear responsibility for what they post?
If you’re looking for a screencasting tool that doesn’t need to be downloaded to your computer, ApowerSoft’s online screen recorder is worth checking out.
Tired of giving your personal email address to various web services? With 33Mail, a disposable email service, you can create numerous aliases. Here’s how.
In this article we show you four built-in ways to protect your Google account. Some of the processes may be inconvenient, but if security is important to you, it is all worth it. Here we go!
Here are some adjustments you should make to protect your Facebook account.Making these changes will make your Facebook experience safer and less stressful.
There are many third-party bookmark managers available to help organize your bookmarks and get rid of the clutter. Here are three of the best ones for you to check out.
While Buffer is a popular choice for social media scheduling, it is not the only one. If you are looking for more options, Socialteria is an easy-to-use app that you can also use to schedule content. Check it out.