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    Instagram introduces two-factor authentication

    With a new update to its app, Instagram has added several new features, particularly about videos. They wrote a heartfelt message of hope of sorts, inviting users to keep the platform a safe and peaceful place. And, last but not least, they added two-factor authentication, available to all users. Two-factors authentication means a system that […]

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    Super Mario Run for Android

    We already mentioned Super Mario Run, the first game for iOS with the iconic character from Nintendo: it was available before Christmas for iPhone and iPad and has been an instant success. The most famous plumber has a very powerful franchise. A few days ago was released the Android version, which costs $10 as the iOS […]

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    Workflow: Apple acquires popular automation app for iOS

    Scripting is not for everyone, we know. It’s even more complicated to build a script on iOS: the very nature of this mobile operating system prevents us to tinker as we can do on a computer. The reason is, according to Apple, to ensure maximum reliability and security of their mobile devices. For those of […]

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    How to block most advertisements on Windows 10 in a couple of clicks

    Windows 10 was the bearer of numerous controversies: the last concerns the forced placement of advertising into the operating system. For the time being, there are some “advertising tips” shown on the lock screen and the Start menu, but there are additional entries in Files Explorer, for example. When you navigate among your files, you […]

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    Adobe Cloud Experience: a unified digital platform

    During the Digital Marketing Summit in Las Vegas, Adobe announced that it will unify all its digital divisions under a single online platform, called “Experience Cloud”. Those divisions, each with its own dedicated cloud, are Creative, Document, Marketing, Analytics and Advertising, the latter born recently. Obviously, access to different parts of this “Cloud Experience” will […]

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    Google Maps: how to use its lesser known features

    Google Maps is one of the best surfers in the form of apps for Android smartphones and iPhones, but you can also use it on your desktop computer. While we use it often while we drive, we usually do not know all the additional features and little tricks that could simplify our life. Let’s see […]

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    Windows Vista: Microsoft to stop extended support

    The day has almost come. Starting April 11, 2017, Microsoft will end support for Windows Vista, its main operating system from 2008 to 2009. This doesn’t mean that you Windows Vista PC will cease to function, of course, on the night of April, 10th: it only means that you may incur in many more risks […]

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    Google reduces JPEG files-size by 35%

    It would be nice to have high-quality images and small-size for our hard drive, right? We could share them on social networks, and professional photographers or anyone who has to do with images for work could manage them simpler on their computers. Well, Google managed to do exactly this: thanks to a new algorithm, a […]

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    Cyberstalking: a man responsible for causing a seizure with a tweet was arrested by the FBI

    We remember Maryland fondly as setting for several episodes of The X-Files, but now we’ll remember it also because a man who lives there has been arrested and charged with cyberstalking after sending a tweet that triggered a seizure in a Newsweek writer, Kurt Eichenwald. A few months prior, Eichenwald wrote of his epilepsy condition, […]