Hidden iOS 16 Features & the Death of Internet Explorer

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The first pilot for Star Trek: The Original Series, entitled “The Cage”, was completed in 1965 and, although segments of the pilot’s footage were later incorporated into the first-season two-parter “The Menagerie”, it was not broadcast on television in its complete form until late 1988.

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The first pilot for Star Trek: The Original Series, entitled “The Cage”, was completed in 1965 and, although segments of the pilot’s footage were later incorporated into the first-season two-parter “The Menagerie”, it was not broadcast on television in its complete form until late 1988.

🌍 Firefox rises, Internet Explorer falls

Happy Tuesday! Firefox just started rolling out ‘Total Cookie Protection’ to everyone on Windows and Mac, which dramatically reduces cross-site tracking. Meanwhile, Microsoft is preparing to say goodbye to Internet Explorer on Windows 10, replacing it with Microsoft Edge and the browser’s ‘IE Mode’ (just like on Windows 11). Busy week for web browsers!

– Corbin

10 Hidden iOS 16 Features You Might Have Missed

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The Fastest Ways to Search the Web in Chrome

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Firefox Now Blocks Cross-Site Cookie Tracking Everywhere

Firefox is one of two major browsers left with a non-Chromium engine (the other being Apple’s Safari), which means it can experiment with lower-level changes that Google isn’t interested in. Now one of those changes is rolling out to everyone: Total Cookie Protection. Read More »

The Best Gaming TVs of 2022

The best TVs for gaming don’t just show picture-perfect visuals; they also provide features like high refresh rates to ensure your gaming experience is top-notch. Our recommendations include the right mix of features to make big-screen gaming perfect whether you’re playing on a console or PC. Read More »

The Best Pixar Movies to Stream on Disney+ in 2022

Since 1995, Pixar Animation Studios has set the standard for computer-animated films. The studio’s movies have won numerous Oscars and made billions of dollars at the box office. Here are the best Pixar movies to stream on Disney+. Read More »

VPN Alternatives: What Can You Use Besides a VPN?

VPN providers would have you believe that VPNs are a one-stop cybersecurity shop that will solve all your worries about being tracked or hacked while browsing. That’s not entirely true, though. VPNs aren’t your only option when trying to cover your digital tracks, either. Read More »

How to Disable the Lock Screen on Windows 10 or Windows 11

Windows 10’s lock screen is at home on a tablet, but it just adds an additional keypress to the login process on a desktop or laptop.  You can disable the lock screen with a quick registry hack. Read More »

When Should You Use a Flash in Your Photography?

Flash has a bad reputation among photographers. Many articles for beginners—and I’ve written a few—recommend avoiding using it whenever possible. But, while you will generally get better photos when you don’t use flash, there are some situations where it’s essential. Let’s dig in. Read More »

Microsoft Will Soon Remove Internet Explorer From Windows 10

Microsoft dropped Internet Explorer from Windows 11, instead only making it accessible through ‘IE Mode’ on the new Edge browser. Now the company is preparing to remove it from some builds of Windows 10, too. Read More »

Withings ScanWatch Review: Timeless Style Meets Modern Tech

If you’re considering a smartwatch to monitor your health stats, but aren’t too impressed with sporty styles or digital watch faces, the Withings ScanWatch’s gorgeous analog design and premium health-tracking features are the perfect companions for your wrist. Read More »

The 7 Best Lenovo Laptops

Lenovo is a reputable brand in the world of laptops, desktops, tablets, and more. That means, however, that you have a lot of options to choose from when picking out your next laptop, which can understandably be overwhelming. Read More »

GM’s Next Electric Car Is the Chevrolet Blazer

There are more choices than ever for electric cars, especially as older companies like General Motors and Ford are starting to create electric versions of their gas and hybrid cars. GM has now (partially) revealed another upcoming model: the Chevrolet Blazer EV. Read More »


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