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1Password Can Now Hide Your Email Address

Sometimes, you don’t want the apps and services you sign up for to know your actual email address. 1Password is partnering with Fastmail to add a new feature that’ll hide your email address behind a throwaway one without any …

Not Dead Yet: Skype Gets a Redesign in 2021

Microsoft is clearly trying to get people to use Teams. However, that doesn’t mean the company has completely forgotten about Skype. The company just put out a redesign for Skype that adds a fresh new look and some interestin…

YouTube TV Might Lose Channels and Get Cheaper

Just like traditional cable services, YouTube TV needs to have deals in place to air content. Currently, Google-owned YouTube TV and NBC are having trouble reaching an agreement, which means all NBC channels could leave the s…

The Fastest Way to Set Up a New iPhone

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro devices have shipped to Apple fans around the world. Tons of people will restore their new iPhone from an iCloud backup, and they’re creating more work for themselves. As pointed out by Apple e…

China Bans Bitcoin and All Cryptocurrency

The Chinese government is cracking down on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In a big step forward in its anti-crypto plans, which started in May, the¬†People’s Bank of China has decided that¬†crypto transactions are illega…

Your Xbox Now Runs Microsoft Word and Excel

Microsoft has released an update for Edge on Xbox that provides the browser with almost everything the desktop version has. That means it can run the web version of Word and Excel, Discord, Stadia, and so much more….

YouTube Now Lets You Download Videos on the Web

YouTube is testing a new feature for Premium members that allows them to download videos on the web. This means you don’t have to use any shady third-party websites or downloaders to download videos for offline viewing….
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