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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

The Car of the Year for Motor Trend: Alfa Romeo Giulia

Alfa Romeo Giulia in red

The Motor Trend magazine named Alfa Romeo Giulia to be the Car of the Year. Among the finalists, there were the Tesla Model 3 and the redesigned Honda Accord. The SUV of the Year, according to Motor Trend is the Honda CR-V and the Truck of the Year is the Ford F-150. In order to obtain these awards, a car ...

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New Strategy to Prevent Suicide: Facebook Uses AI

The screen of a phone revealing the logo of Facebook

To overcome the suicide broadcasts, Facebook uses AI. On November 27, the company has announced to implement an artificial intelligence tool to sift through videos and posts to flag those about suicide. The tool is meant to flag the broadcasts about someone implying that they are ready to commit suicide. The AI tool is available for almost all its 2 ...

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Chromebooks Will Now Feature Microsoft Office

Someone's hands on the keyboard of a Chromebook

Chromebooks will finally have Microsoft Office. Even if this might have required a big announcement, it had not. The new Office capabilities were introduced for Chromebooks without making a big fuss. Before introducing Microsoft Office, there has been a big debate on whether or not they should implement it. Since they have announced it, many Android apps for Chromebooks, Microsoft ...

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The Substitute Phone: Overcoming Your Compulsion for Swipe

Five Substitute Phones on a white surface

Living in the era of technology, we are all addictive to our smartphones, having a constant need to scroll and swipe. The Substitute Phone can help you get rid of this addiction. We should all admit that we are addictive to our phones because they facilitate the use of information since everything we need to know is only a few ...

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Gamers Be Aware: Toys R Us Black Friday Deals

A shop Toys R Us

Even if other retailers had already revealed their Black Friday deals a few days ago, Toys R Us took a bit longer until they have discounted their products. Besides introducing many deals for toys, Toys R Us will also have some Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch discounts. When it comes to hardware, you will see the same discounts as ...

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How Google Predicts the Life of Your Battery

Google Pixel 2 in someone's hand

Google uses some new machine learning in order to improve and predict the life of your battery on Google Pixel. In case that the previous Pixel’s battery life forecasts were not exactly accurate, then you should wait and see the new improvements. A Google product manager indicated that if you use up to 10% of the battery in a few ...

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Some of the Best Google Black Friday Deals Are Here

A poster for Black Friday deals for Google

Since Black Friday is here, more and more companies announce their Black Friday deals. However, Google Black Friday deals seem to be some of the best. Many of their offers are related to Google Play. You should know that there are no discounts for Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Nevertheless, Android users who tend to visit the Google ...

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Steam Black Friday Sales: Amazing Game Deals

The logo of Steam

If you are looking for the best game deals, then you should definitely learn more about Steam Black Friday sales.  Steam’s sales have already begun, and it will run until November 28. Hence, gamers will have almost a week to take advantage of the discounted prices for numerous PC games. You will not have to worry about 8-hour flash deals ...

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Website Records Might Be More Intrusive Than You Think

Someone's hands typing

A new study reveals that websites records can include all you have ever searched, being more accurate than you might think. Researchers from Princeton University indicate that website tracking is more prevalent than people believe it to be. Scientists explain that third-party scripts which are implemented by many websites tend to track your keystrokes. Then, they send it to third ...

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Chinese App Stores No Longer Include Skype

Skype on a phone in someone's hand

The famous internet messaging and phone call service, Skype, will no longer be available in numerous Chinese app stores, including Apple’s store. An Apple spokesperson argued that the company has been already notified by the Ministry of Public Security about the problem. Apple already knows that numerous voice over internet protocol apps do not abide local regulations. Hence, lawmakers refused ...

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