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Zoom Mac app flaw sparks serious security concerns—and it’s up to you to fix it | Macworld

Researcher discovers vulnerability in Zoom app that could allow a website to access your Mac's camera.

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Serious Zoom security flaw could let websites hijack Mac cameras

Security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh has publicly disclosed a serious zero day vulnerability for the Zoom video conferencing app on Macs. He has demonstrated that any website can open up a Zoom call on a Mac with the camera on. That’s possible in part

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Apple Watch tips and tricks | Macworld

Some of the Apple Watch’s best features and most useful controls are not obvious to the casual user.

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The 10 best complications for Apple Watch | Macworld

With a good complication, you don’t always have to open an app to check appointments or see what the weather’s like.

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The Best Time to Post on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, & Pinterest

Discover the best hours and days to post on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

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When Is the Best Time to Post on Instagram in 2019? [Cheat Sheet]

If a person posts to Instagram, but nobody's online to see it, does it make a sound? Read on to discover the best time and day to post on Instagram so your content can generate the most engagement.

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Phone Photography 101: How to Take Good Pictures With Your Mobile Device

Discover 23 helpful tips for taking your smartphone photography game from good to great.

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The Best Editing Apps for Photos

Check out 12 of the best free and inexpensive photo editing apps available today, including one familiar program you didn't know had a mobile version.

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25 Clever Ideas For Dealing With All The Wires And Cords In Your Home

Finally address all the tangled eyesores, trip hazards, and nibbling kitten bait that help make your world go 'round.

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How to shoot on iPhone - Photography - Apple

Portrait Lighting on iPhone 8 Plus makes it easy to add artistic studio lighting effects to your portraits.

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Best soundbars of 2018: Reviews and buying advice | TechHive

Find the best soundbar for music and movies and that's the perfect fit for your budget.

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Cool or Just Common? Blue is the Web’s Most Popular Color | Adobe Blog

Is the color blue enriching your website, or did you choose a different strategy? If you chose blue, you are not alone. After scraping color codes from the world’s top ...

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Get To Know The Crucial Fourth Trimester – Mommy Underground

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Live Listen feature coming to AirPods in iOS 12

In iOS 12, AirPods are gaining the Live Listen feature found in hearing aids certified through Apple's Made for iPhone hearing aid program.

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Did Facebook share my data with Cambridge Analytica? How to check

Cambridge Analytica harvested personal information from 87 million Facebook users. Here's how to tell if you were affected.

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The best note-taking apps for the iPad and Apple Pencil | Macworld

Whether you're on the new 9.7-inch iPad or the iPad Pro, apps like Notability and GoodNotes make it easy to take notes with Apple's stylus.

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Learning to code with Swift Playgrounds as an adult

Apple’s Everyone Can Code initiative is laudable but has a big gap to fill.

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Cybersecurity Supply And Demand Heat Map

A granular snapshot of demand and supply data for cybersecurity jobs at the state and metro area levels

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Securing Your Home Network

Why secure your home router? Home routers are directly accessible from the Internet, are easily discoverable, are usually continuously powered-on, and are frequently vulnerable because of their default configuration. These characteristics offer an intrude

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And to My Executor, I Leave My Passwords | Fifth Third Bank LegacyLink

What would the consequences be if, after your death, no one could access information you stored electronically? Use these tips to include and protect your digital assets.

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Five Reasons Why My Daughters Will Learn to Code – Scratch Foundation Blog – Medium

As a parent, you often find yourself bombarded with well-intended, but ever-conflicting advice. My husband and I are blessed with four children in a “yours, mine, and ours” blended family. As with…

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15 Points to Consider When #Designing for #WordPress Themes

To make the most out of your time and manpower, here are 15 tips to consider before starting your project designing for WordPress themes.

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WordPress SEO Theme Guidelines - SEO your WP Theme - Yoast

Optimizing a WP theme should be easy when you follow these simple WordPress SEO Theme guidelines by the expert on WordPress SEO: Yoast.

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Why You Shouldn’t Swear at Siri

Up to half of our interactions with bots are abusive.

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Apple Unveils Latest iPhone

Apple Inc. unveiled its latest iPhone as the company seeks to reignite sales of the smartphone that has propelled much of the company’s extraordinary growth over the past decade.

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Top 25 DIY Tips for Better SEO | CIO

You don't have to be an SEO expert to boost your website's search engine cred. The SEO community shares tips on how individuals and organizations without SEO expertise can increase their sites' search engine rankings.

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Busting the Top 15 SEO Myths of 2014 | CIO

It's tough to tell what's real and what’s myth today when it comes to SEO best practices. So we asked the SEO community to bring us up to date on the current state of link building, content marketing, social media and more.

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How Pokémon GO Is Helping With My Autism and Depression | I'm Not a Robot

So I've been playing a lot of Pokémon GO lately. Along with almost everybody else. I'm thinking this game is a unifying cultural phenomenon second only to

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Important Study: L.A. Has More Rare Pokemon Than Any Other U.S. City: LAist

A travel site claims to have narrowed down the top six cities with the rarest catches for Pokemon Go.

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    The Best Wi-Fi Routers: No More Dead Zones

    Geoffrey A. Fowler picks the best home mesh networks, with reviews of Wi-Fi router systems from Eero, Luma, Ubiquiti and Linksys.

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    10 ways to make your summer photos amazing

    Tips and tricks for capturing the great outdoors with your iPhone camera.

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    Apple Just Improved the Most Important Social Network in Your Life

    After falling behind Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, Apple’s putting the work into Messages. Joanna Stern says it goes deeper than just the emoji and sticker fun.

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    17 Great Apps That'll Make Your Life Easier

    Always looking for new ways to get more done at work, and quickly? Check at these 17 apps to boost your productivity throughout the work week.

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    Start-Ups Once Showered With Cash Now Have to Work for It

    Instead of venture capitalists begging to invest in start-ups, entrepreneurs are begging for cash, and potential investors are making demands.

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    Why do startups fail? Researchers examined 200 postmortems to help pinpoint the underlying reasons — Quartz

    It's a common adage in Silicon Valley that 90% of startups ultimately fail. To understand why that's the case, a pair of researchers meticulously pored over 193 blog posts—startup postmortems, if you will—written by founders examining what went wron

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    How Wooden Toys Teach Kids to Code

    Is an old-school marble run better than an iPad for teaching young children to code? Why educational toys that focus on the physical world rather than the computer screen are so effective

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    12 reasons I still wear my Apple Watch every day

    After 12 months and 1 day, my Apple Watch is still a constant companion, keeping me on time, on track, and more aware of the world around me.

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    iBooks Author: iBooks Store publishing overview

    Before you can make your book available to the public through the iBooks Store, there are some things you need to do.

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    Apple iPhone Demand Tracking Above Estimates

    After worries about slowing iPhone sales sent Apple shares tumbling from November to January, a growing number of analysts think the worst might be over.

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    Scary New Ways the Internet Profiles You - The Daily Beast

    Facebook, Google, and the other Internet titans have ever more sophisticated and intrusive methods of mining your data, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

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    New Ways to Teach Young Children to Code

    Many parents want their children to learn to code. Increasingly, even those parents who don’t know computer programming are using games and apps to teach basic skills.

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    Don’t Be Hacker Bait: Do This One-Hour Security Drill

    Do this one-hour digital security checklist to boost your data privacy and protect all your devices from hackers.

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    Can Meditation Gadgets Help You Reduce Your Stress—and Find Happiness?

    New gadgets and apps are trying to make mindfulness meditation—an often perplexing practice—a lot easier for beginners. But how much can we expect our smartphones to enlighten us?

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    Apple Watch Users Discover Another Way to Go ‘Hands Free’

    Apple Watch fans find the nose can be useful when hands are dirty or otherwise occupied—they just ignore the funny looks.

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    How To Make Any Song Your iPhone Ringtone

    Love "Shake It Off" so much you wish you could wake up to it every morning? Don't waste money buying a ringtone from the iTunes store. Any song in your iTunes library can be made into a ring

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    10 free Chrome hacks that will change the way you browse the Internet

    Google’s Chrome web browser accounted for 31.41% of global desktop browsing in November, according to Net Marketshare. That makes it the second most popular browser in the world behind Internet Explorer, which had a global market share of 50.03% in No

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    iPad Pro Review: Jack of All Trades, Master of Most

    Apple’s convertible tablet, the iPad Pro, with Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, could be your go-to computer.

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    Getting Your Business Started On Social Media.

    Not having your business on social media is probably one of the not so smart a move you can make. The world currently revolves around the digital communication axis, if I should call it that. And the medium is social media platforms. The biggest percentag

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    Hello, Retina: New iMacs Get Eye-Popping Displays, Rechargeable Keyboards and Mice - WSJ

    Review: the new iMacs. Apple renews its commitment to affordable, high-performance desktop systems—but USB Type-C and TouchID are missing.

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    Apple Sells 13 Million New iPhones at Launch

    Apple said it has sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models in the three days after their launch, a record for the company.

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    Apple says iPhone 6s sales will beat last year's record

    The company expects to sell more than 10 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus units on launch weekend.

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    Awesome Hidden Features of iOS 9

    Downloaded iOS 9 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? Have you spotted these useful hidden features?

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    This Little-Known Feature On Your iPhone Could Save Your Life. I'm Setting Mine Up Right Now [STORY]

    It’s something we all hope will never happen. A sudden medical crisis that leaves you unconscious or otherwise unable to speak with first responders or ...

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    Apple Unveils iPhones, iPads, Apple TV

    Apple showed off new iPhones, iPads and its Apple TV in a push to refresh the company’s major product lines ahead of the crucial year-end shopping season.

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    Apple, Cisco Unveil Business Partnership - WSJ

    Apple Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. are teaming up to help bring more iPhones and iPads to business users.

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    Rovio's 'Angry Birds 2' to launch on Apple's iOS July 30

    Finnish developer Rovio will launch its first official sequel to the ultra-popular "Angry Birds" game on July 30, debuting on mobile platforms including Apple's iOS.

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    Free online summer courses that will advance your career

    Consider any of these 43 free online career-advancing course that you can start (and finish) this summer.

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    Facebook Gives Users More Control Over Their News Feeds

    Facebook announced a set of features that will give users more control over what they want to see in their news feed. In essence, you get to reprogram the social network’s algorithm.

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    Graphene on The One Show

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    The real story of how the Internet became so vulnerable

    Scientists worried about intruders and military threats, but they didn’t anticipate that the network’s users would attack one another.

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    The one thing Bill Gates understood immediately but Steve Jobs took 20 years to realize

    Bill Gates may have been late to the smartphone game, but there's one thing he understood way...

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      An Uber for Doctor Housecalls -

      A number of new apps offer medical consults with doctors via a smart phone, and some of them even make house calls.

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      First look: Hands-on with Apple Watch and working software

      Apple spilled additional details about its hotly anticipated Apple Watch wearable on Monday, and AppleInsider was there to take a first look at the device that could soon dominate a burgeoning smartwatch market.