Users of Apple's service that helps keep tabs on friends and family members makes its way to your computer.
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Do you spend more time deleting messages than reading them? Use these two Gmail features to tidy up.
Use this Web tool to analyze whether or not you write in a friendly tone.
Want to invite friends to chat on Skype but they aren't using the service? Now you can with just a few simple steps.
You now have more control over what shows up in those sometimes nice, but sometimes brutal reminders of your past.
Want to use Google for your GIF searches, but see the results as moving GIFs instead of still pictures? Now you can fix that with a Chrome extension.
Want to watch videos without switching tabs in your browser? Sideplayer will help you get distracted by cat videos (or whatever else) on the same screen.
Find free Wi-Fi hotspots without using any data at all.
The Ledge app wants to help borrow money, while ensuring your friendships last longer.
Apple's generous three-month trial is coming to an end. Here's how you can ensure you're not charged for Apple Music.
Access blocked content and protect yourself at public hotspots with the Hotspot Shield extension for Chrome or Firefox. It's free, easy and effective.
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