Your Phone's Case Isn't as Protective as You Think

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“In the Hall of the Mountain King” is one of the most recognizable classical compositions in the world but, ironically, was composed by Edvard Grieg as a satire intended to reek of cowpats, ultra-Norwegianism, and “to-thyself-be-enough-ness”.

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“In the Hall of the Mountain King” is one of the most recognizable classical compositions in the world but, ironically, was composed by Edvard Grieg as a satire intended to reek of cowpats, ultra-Norwegianism, and “to-thyself-be-enough-ness”.

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Your Phone’s Case Isn’t as Protective as You Think

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How to Stop Accidental Cellular Data Usage on iPhone

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The PhoneSoap 3 Will Help You Stay Healthy

You may not think about cleaning your smartphone often, but it’s a good idea to sanitize your device regularly. While you can clean your phone with rubbing alcohol and give your case a good scrub, one thing that can take care of the job between deep cleaning sessions is PhoneSoap.

PhoneSoap 3 is a UV phone sanitizer that lets you sanitize and charge your phone at the same time. The ultraviolet light will kill bacteria and germs, and is big enough to accommodate even larger phones. Grab one and stay healthy!

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Chromebook Multitasking Is About to Get a Lot Better

Chromebooks are already capable computers for many people, but they still lack some of the advanced features found on Windows PCs and Macs. Now it looks like another helpful addition is on the way: partial split window snapping. Read More »

Google Stadia Is Dead, Long Live Google Stadia

Google’s game streaming service, Stadia, is a technically-impressive platform that has been plagued with countless management and publishing issues. Now that Google has shifted its business to serving other game platforms, and ending big-budget ports, the Stadia we know is just about dead. Read More »

The Best Camera Bags of 2022

While there is no one perfect camera bag that will work for every photographer, there is one out there that’ll work for you. We’ll cover some of the best camera bags you can get your hands on here. Read More »

This Is How Mozilla Thunderbird Mail Will Come To Android

The Mozilla Thunderbird email application is having a resurgence right now, with development ramping up and an expanded team behind the project. Mozilla has now confirmed how Thunderbird will be ported to Android. Read More »

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If a small sense of dread fills your soul every time you open an Excel spreadsheet, this special deal's for you. Excel 2019 All-in-One For Dummies offers eight books in a single package, all aimed at helping you understand Excel's most common functions and capabilities. By the time you've read through, you'll feel more comfortable working in spreadsheets of all shapes, sizes, and complexities. This offer is only valid through Thursday, June 23, so download your free copy now before they're all gone.

Does Dark Mode Make Batteries Last Longer?

Dark mode is often recommended as a way to conserve battery on devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops. But can it really increase the battery backup of your mobile device? Here’s everything you need to know. Read More »

What’s the Difference Between the “Enter” and “Return” Keys?

On a Mac extended keyboard, there’s a “Return” and an “Enter” key. On most PC keyboards, there are two “Enter” keys, but some say “Return” instead. What’s going on here? We look at the history behind the keys. Read More »

Three Ways to Access the Windows 10 and 8 Boot Options Menu

Windows 10 (and 8) consolidate various boot options into a single screen named the “Advanced Options” menu. This menu provides access to repair tools and options for changing Windows startup behavior — such as enabling debugging, booting into safe mode, and launching into a recovery environment. Read More »

Nuheara IQbuds 2 MAX Review: Music to My Broken Ears

I once called Nuheara’s IQbuds Boost earbuds potentially life-changing, but I did have some complaints. Now the IQbuds 2 MAX buds are here to solve those problems. These are some of the best wearables on the market, and they do address most of my issues. But perfection is still just out of reach. Read More »

Here's Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of June 13, 2022

June has been a big month for Netflix. Between Stranger Things and Peaky Blinders, several fan-favorite originals have hit the streaming service. That doesn’t mean there aren’t more great options coming. Read More »

How to Enable or Disable Developer Mode on Discord

Discord has plenty of features for gamers and community builders, but if you don’t see the features you need, you’ll need to add a bot. If you’re a bot developer yourself, you may want to enable Discord’s developer mode first. Read More »


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Gaming Chairs vs. Office Chairs: What’s the Difference?

Should gamers always choose a gaming chair over an office chair? Does an office chair do a better job of promoting good posture? Let’s dive into the details that separate the two types of chairs apart. Read More »




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