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Tools To Help You Permanently Delete Old Social Media Updates

While Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are fun ways to keep in touch with friends and family, watch cat videos and even catch up on news, more employers are doing background checks on current and future employees. So an embarrassing tweet from 2010, Facebook rant from 2014 or the drunk Instagram...
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Phone Feature Will Alert You When Someone Else Is Looking At It

How can you tell if someone is looking at your phone? The new Google Pixel will alert you with a rainbow vomit picture! Google calls the feature an electronic screen protector and it will use the front-facing camera of the Google-Pixel phone, along with eye-detecting artificial intelligence to...
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How To Delete Voice Data Stored On Amazon Echo And Google Home

Yes, Amazon Echo and Google Home is listening to your conversations. But that doesn't mean "Big Brother" is tracking everything you say. However when you give commands or ask questions by saying "Alexa" or "Hey Google" the artificial intelligence is recording the words you are saying in order for...
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Google Expands Restaurant Wait Times To Maps

A nifty new feature is available on Google Maps when you are searching for a place to eat. Now with traveling instructions on how to get to a restaurant, Google Maps will also include wait times! The wait times are based on historic information for a location and not real-time data, so there is a...
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Lazy Jar App Debits Your Bank Account Of Money If You Fail To Meet Your Fitness Goals

Motivation is the catalyst for change but that lack of motivation involving your workout can cost you a bunch of change thanks to the Lazy Jar app. The new app pairs with your FitBit and charges you cash each time you miss your weekly workout goals. You select how much you’re willing to pay if miss...
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Ware To Look On Your Phone To View All Your Subscriptions

You had a smartphone for years and over that time you may have purchased an app that incurs a monthly fee. Fortunately payment credentials registered with Apple or Google means you'll quickly be able to see if you are still being charged for them. However this doesn't always work if subscribed for...
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Google Gets Goosed For Cheeseburger Emoji

Important developments that occurred over the weekend were not Tropical Storm Philippe moving over south Florida or the resignation of coach McElwain from the University of Florida football team . It's that Google will be "dropping everything" to work on its cheeseburger emoji. Apparently the...
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Google Photos Now Recognizes Your Pets

Google Photos is making it easier to find photos of all of your family members, even the furry ones. This week the service added pet detection, which means Google Photos will places the photos of your pets into their own group. You can then label these groups with your pets' names and it will make...
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Florida Criminal Googles Instructions on How To Rob A Bank

Thanks to the Internet you can have just about any question answered. For 26-year old William Joe Johnson of Pinellas County wasn’t quite sure about how to rob a bank. So he Googled, "How to Rob A Bank" and we assume, was able to learn the technique of walking into a bank, imply you have a gun and...
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Use Amazon Echo And Google Play To Find Your Lost Phone

There is nothing more frustrating then losing your mobile phone. Back in the days of widely used landlines, a simple call to it would alert you to its whereabouts. Although most homes do not have a landline phone, many do have an Amazon Echo or Google Home and now there's a way for those items to...
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