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How to Switch Between Twitter Accounts on the Web

You have long been able to manage multiple accounts using the Twitter app on iPhone, iPad, and Android, but until recently, you had to log out and back in to switch profiles using the social network’s web interface. Thankfull…

Samsung Galaxy S20: How to Turn on Dark Mode

Samsung was one of the first Android manufacturers to add Dark Mode to its handsets. If you recently purchased a Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra, enabling the UI feature and setting it up on a schedule is extremely easy. Here’…

No, 5G Does Not Cause Coronavirus

COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus, is a respiratory¬†disease that has spread to over 100 countries and has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). But if you spend more than five minutes onlin…

Samsung Galaxy S20: How to Completely Disable Bixby

Samsung’s voice assistant, Bixby, comes pre-installed on the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra¬†and is easy to activate accidentally. Thankfully, Samsung allows you to turn off and disable all instances of Bixby so that it is n…

How to Power Off or Restart Your Samsung Galaxy S20

Unlike many other Android handsets, turning off or restarting your Samsung Galaxy S20 isn’t as easy as holding down the Side button.¬†Instead, you’ll need to remap the button or try a different option. Here are four ways to p…

How to Cancel Your Disney+ Subscription

Whether you signed up for the¬†Disney+ seven-day trial or were given a year-long membership from Verizon for free,¬†here’s how to cancel your subscription before you have to start paying for the streaming service….

How to Cancel Your Stadia Pro Subscription

If you’ve been enjoying a Google¬†Stadia Pro free trial, it’s time to evaluate if the game streaming service is worth $9.99 a month. If it’s not, here’s how to cancel your subscription from your smartphone or computer….
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