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Apple to Contribute $350M to U.S. Economy Over Next 5 Years

Apple Pledge

Apple has announced that it will be pouring $350 million in the U.S. economy in the next five years. In a press release, the company said the new set of investments is meant “to build on its commitment to support the American economy and its workforce.” 3 Areas of Investments …

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Amazon Music Unlimited to Be Offered in Australia and New Zealand

Amazon Music

Amazon Music Unlimited will be launched in Australia and New Zealand on February 1, the online retail giant announced on Thursday. February 1 happens to be shipping date of the Echo, Echo Dot, or Echo Plus that are activated by Amazon’s digital voice assistant Alexa to the two countries and …

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Instagram Tests Text-Only Clips

Instagram

There is no stopping Instagram from tweaking its features. The photo and video-sharing platform owned by Facebook is testing a text-only clip feature called “Type” for Stories as an alternative to sharing photos and videos. (Read: How to Use Instagram Stories Like a Pro) The feature was first spotted by …

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This Productivity Solution Helps You Focus on Work

Productivity Solution

There are those of us who’d multi-task to get as much work done as possible in a day. While most work organizations favor multi-tasking, studies have shown that it can actually reduce productivity by as much as 40 percent. (Read: Want to Be More Productive? Stop Multi-Tasking) Forbes contributor Lisa …

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Google Chrome Parental Control Will Be Shut Down and Replaced

Google Chrome Parental Control

Attention parents, if your kid is using Google Chrome to go on the Internet, be sure to supervise him as your child browses the Web. Google has announced that the parental control features on Chrome would be “deprecated” effective today, January 12, and would be replaced with new software later …

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Remote-Controlled Smart Plug Is Now on Sale at 41% Off

Smart Plug

Everybody wants to save on power and keep his or her power bill to an affordable level. The most basic rule to achieve that is to unplug appliances that are not in use. (Read: Tips for Lowering Your Electric Bill) But there is also a way for you to save …

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Samsung Galaxy S9 to Hit the Market in February

Samsung Galaxy

Many of those attending this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas had expected Samsung to launch the Galaxy S8 successor at the yearly tech event. It turned out that the Samsung Galaxy S9 was not going to be unveiled at the CES. (Read: CES 2018: Samsung Galaxy S9 …

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