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You Got Questions? This App Got Answers [Review]

You Got Questions? This App Got Answers [Review]

People with things they want to know

Questions is a video ask-and-answer community for iOS. A bit like a video version of Quora – although where Quora encourages thoughtful discourse and discussion, Questions is all about brevity and snappiness. You only get 10 seconds to ask a question or submit an answer.

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Liquid Helps Information Flow Smoothly [Review]

Liquid Helps Information Flow Smoothly [Review]

Copy text and act on it

Liquid is a productivity helper for OS X. It comes in two flavors – free and paid. The idea is to speed up your information seeking workflow. You find something you need to research, and a few key presses later you’ve got some data. Or a unit conversion. Or, in the paid version, a language translation. It’s got a lot of features.

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Google’s New Privacy Policy Went Into Effect Today, Why There’s No Need To Panic

Google’s New Privacy Policy Went Into Effect Today, Why There’s No Need To Panic
In case you haven’t heard, Google made a few changes to their privacy policy that has some people up in arms. No matter who you are, or what OS you use, chances are you use a Google product, so this news is concerning. Now we say Google made changes but the reality of it is, Google didn’t really change much of anything. They haven’t changed what data they collect or any of your privacy settings. Everything remains the way it has always been, aside from the fact that they can now share your data across their own services. That means if you’ve been searching luxury cars on Google and head into Youtube, you’ll probably see video suggestions for Mercedes-Benz. To me, it’s more personalization rather than a cause for concern.

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Scammers Are Trying To Steal Your iCloud Login Information

Scammers Are Trying To Steal Your iCloud Login InformationA certainĀ proportionĀ of shameless scammers have their eyes set on your iCloud account. They are sending phishing emails in which they claim to be Apple and request your login information. They say that if you do not provide it, your account will be terminated.

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