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Vidalia onions are named after Vidalia, Georgia. The onions were historically grown there and are still grown all over Georgia—farmers attribute the sweetness of Vidalia onions to the low-sulfur content of Georgian soil.

TODAY'S TOP STORY 10 Firefox Features You Should Be Using

Firefox has been around for nearly 20 years, and with new features arriving on a regular basis, it can be hard to keep track of everything Firefox can do. Here are ten features in Firefox you should use that you might not know about. Read More »

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How to Fix Microsoft Outlook Not Syncing

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How to Sideload Apps on Google TV

Google TV devices (including the Chromecast with Google TV) have access to apps and games made for Android TV. If you want an app that doesn’t appear in the Play Store on the TV, you can “sideload” it. Read More »

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The Best Retro Controllers for PC and Raspberry Pi of 2023

Nothing beats using an old-style controller when retro gaming, whether you’re on the original hardware, a Raspberry Pi, or an emulator. Make sure you get the best retro gaming experience with one of our recommendations. Read More »

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Build Your Own Tiny PC With This Motherboard

It’s already possible to build your own mini PC, but you’re still limited by the size of CPU coolers, graphics cards, and other components. Now, ASRock has a motherboard perfect for building low-power and compact PCs. Read More »

How to See Exactly Where a Photo Was Taken (and Keep Your Location Private)

Modern smartphones (and many digital cameras) embed GPS coordinates in each photo they take. Yes, those photos you’re taking have location data embedded in them—at least by default. You may want to hide this information when sharing sensitive photos online. Read More »

How to Get the Most Out of Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace has slowly become the main landing spot for buying and selling used items online. If you’re interested in using Marketplace, there are some handy things to know that will make your experience better. Let’s get shopping. Read More »

10 Awesome PlayStation 5 Features You Should Be Using

Got your hands on a PlayStation 5 at last? Sony’s console can do more than let you experience top-tier titles. To make the most of this powerful gaming system, check out these PS5 add-ons and hidden features. Read More »


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