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9 Privacy-Friendly Android Apps You Should Be Using

These days, you can find an Android app for just about anything. Want to know what the weather will be like next week? No problem. Need to explore your device’s file system? It’s easy. Dying to waste a few hours playing high-quality games? There are thousands to choose from. But the app-for-everything nature of the… read more »

11 LinkedIn Features You Aren’t Using (But Should Be)

With hundreds of millions of users, there’s no doubt that LinkedIn is still the world’s largest professional-oriented platform. That being said, in recent years, lots of users have drifted away from the network. They rarely log in and barely engage with the content and connections found over there. I was exactly the same, checking my… read more »

You Can Now Send 4K Photos Using Facebook Messenger

Facebook is introducing a new feature aimed at smartphone photographers. Which describes 99% of us. Facebook is upping the maximum resolution Messenger supports, from 2K to 4K, meaning you can now send and receive photos at full resolution without Messenger compressing them. I’m old enough to remember a time when viewing a photo online would… read more »

Fix HTML Formatting Using Simple Shell Scripting

If you often write HTML in an editor and then paste into WordPress, you’ll notice that sometimes annoying formatting tags (like <span> tags) are added. Using simple shell scripts, you can automatically clean up that garbage HTML formatting with a few simple commands. Why use shell scripting? If you’re new to programming, it’s much, much… read more »

Using Roku Channels: Everything You Need to Know

You should be fairly familiar with Roku devices by now. Alongside over-the-air antennas, they’re one of the best gadgets you can buy if you’re looking to cut the cord from your cable company. Roku devices are easy to set up and provide you with a range of content from many of the top streaming services… read more »

Connect Your Smartphone to Almost Any VPN Using OpenVPN Connect

How do you keep your data safe when in public? Do you connect to public Wi-Fi signals? Do you check your online banking? How about sensitive work or business documents? The fact of the matter is that when you’re out and about, using your smartphone, you’re vulnerable to a number of common attacks. A VPN… read more »

How to Find Parking Using Google Maps

Google recently introduced some awesome features making it easier for folks to find parking spaces in major cities. It’s currently limited to 25 U.S. cities and only works on the Android app, but may expand to other cities and devices in coming years. If you’ve spent any time circling urban streets for an elusive parking… read more »

Using Linux With Wayland? Here’s What You Should Know

You might have heard about Wayland, a new(ish) protocol that aims to replace the Xorg display server in the distant future. If you’re thinking this won’t affect you, think again — Fedora 25 and above uses it by default. Clearly, it’s something that’s here to stay and will grow. The fact you can use it… read more »

KFC Is Training Staff Using Virtual Reality

If you land a job in Kentucky Fried Chicken over the next few years you could find yourself being trained using VR. This is thanks to the fast-food company developing a virtual training escape room designed to teach its employees how to prepare that greasy but oh-so-good chicken. After failing to make virtual reality a… read more »