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Artist Is Mocking The Stupidity Of Modern Technology In His Funny Comics (28 New Pics)

We all take the age of computers for granted, but hey, why don't we all laugh at it for a bit? Meet System32Comics, the C++-approved tech webcomics for your inner nerd.

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iPhone apps are tracking you. Here's how to stop them in iOS 14.5

It takes less than a minute to change a setting that will enhance your privacy and help prevent ads from following you across the internet. Here's how to do it.

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What Actually Happens If You Drink Saltwater? | Mental Floss

You might think drinking seawater would be better than drinking no water at all. Your kidneys would beg to differ.

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How to Use Your iPhone's Hidden Sleep Timer to Fall Asleep to Music

Apple's native Clock app in iOS has a hidden feature that allows you to go to bed at night with audio playing on your iPhone and it will...

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Best iPhone apps to enhance your experience with Apple Music

Check out the best iOS apps that bring unique features to enhance your experience with Apple Music on iPhone.

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Here’s a Simple Way to Mark the 100 Texts You Haven’t Yet Read as ‘Read’ on Your iPhone

Unsubscribing from text alerts and leaving group messages might be a good long-term solution to your unread text problem—but here’s a quicker fix.

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Facebook Attacks Apple Software Changes in Newspaper Ads

Facebook Inc. lashed out at Apple Inc. in a series of full-page newspaper ads, claiming the iPhone maker’s coming mobile software changes around data gathering and targeted advertising are bad for small businesses.

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WhatsApp makes it easier to free up space with new storage management tool - The Verge

Freeing up storage space on WhatsApp can be tricky if you have lots of important chats on the app. That’s why the company is introducing a new storage management tool that makes it easier to identify and bulk delete wasteful content, like files that have

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Spotify’s new party mode feature, ‘Group Session,’ goes remote | TechCrunch

Spotify announced today it’s updating its recently launched shared-queue feature, Group Session, to support remote usage.  Essentially a “party mode,” the feature first debuted in May, offering a way for participants contribute to a collaborative playlist

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Coronavirus news: Watch these spring breakers’ phone signals disperse across the US

As of Thursday evening, more than 86,000 cases of the novel coronavirus have been confirmed in the US, per the latest numbers from Johns Hopkins University. That makes the US now the epicenter of what's become a global pandemic.

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Everything You Need to Know About Genetic Testing | WIRED

Everything you need to know about DNA, medical breakthroughs, and genetic privacy.

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Wish You Could ‘Shazam’ a Piece of Art? With Magnus, You Can | Mental Floss

Art galleries are known for displaying little to no information with their artworks; this art app fills in the gaps.

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Check Out These Cool Alternatives to Your iPhone's Default Apps | Digital Trends

If you feel like a change, then you can always switch some of your iPhone's default apps for interesting alternatives -- there are many options. We take a look at what happens when you remove a native app and suggest a few cool alternatives to your iPhone

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Photobucket still has your photos, and it wants you to come back - The Verge

After the blackmail accusations, Photobucket is trying to make a comeback as more than just a site for forgotten photos, though usage has dramatically declined over the years, and it faces significantly more competition than when it first launched in 2003

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Differences Between Android and iPhone | POPSUGAR Tech

Coke vs. Pepsi, UPS vs. FedEx, and Netflix vs. Amazon are all some of the greatest rivalries of all time. But no list of competitors would be complete without

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There's No Such Thing as Being Right or Left-Brained, And 9 Other Brain Myths We've All Heard

However long you've been alive, chances are you've heard a completely incorrect "fact" about the brain. The human brain is notoriously complicated, and despite many advances in modern science, much of the organ remains a mystery.