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10 Unique Uses of Trello Other Than Project Management

Trello is a list lover’s delight. Its Kanban-style approach was not meant just for project management. Don’t believe us? Maybe you’ll believe what the guy behind Trello had to say about the software’s intended uses. Some people saw Trello and said, “oh, it’s Kanban boards. Show More Summary

7 Best Casino and Poker Games for Android

Casino and poker apps are one of the best represented sectors within the Google Play Store. It should come as no surprise; the popularity of poker exploded at the turn of the century with online gambling, while hole-card cams on TV turned it into a spectator event. Show More Summary

The Best News Sites for Pro Wrestling Fans

If you’re someone who loves to watch professional wrestling, you probably want to have your finger on the pulse of the wrestling world so you can find out all the behind the scenes information. Often called a “smart mark,” or “smark,”...Show More Summary

4 Popular Productivity Tips That Should Be Ignored

The number of people making a handsome living from prescribing entry-level productivity techniques, strategies, tools and (in some cases) spiritual woo woo, is mind-boggling. Unfortunately, some of the productivity ideas sold by many of these “gurus” are sometimes unfounded, and often mistaken. Show More Summary

Should You Change Your Skype Password to Avoid a Spam Attack?

For the past three weeks or so, complaints have been trickling in that some Skype accounts are messaging diet pill and pornographic spam to their contacts. It’s not clear how many are affected, although the complaint thread is now 24 pages long. Show More Summary

Monitor Your Mac’s Vital Signs With These Third Party System Monitors

Activity Monitor is a window to the innermost workings of your Mac. It monitors all of the running programs and processes, let you know where all your processing power and RAM is going, and provides enough useful information to diagnose many problems your Mac may be having. Show More Summary

Using the Golden Ratio in Photography for Better Composition

Photography starts with composition. How you frame a scene is the basic building block of taking a good picture, and one compositional technique that’s always been crucial is the Golden Ratio. Here’s what it means and how you can use it to improve your photos immediately. Show More Summary

17 Geeky DIY Hobbies You Can Learn in a Small Space

Hobbies are important for a well-rounded life. Not having any hobbies could even be a sign that you’re working too hard, which can eventually lead to stress overload and burnout. If you don’t have any hobbies, we highly recommend finding one or two. Show More Summary

Microsoft Tackles Revenge Porn, Twitch Ditches Flash… [Tech News Digest]

Microsoft gets revenge, Twitch wounds Flash, YouTube fixes vertical videos, YouTube adds archive footage, Hollywood films emoji, and Neil deGrasse Tyson explains everything. Microsoft Helps Revenge Porn Victims Does revenge porn count if a girl does it to a guy? ???? — desmond. Show More Summary

Have You Ever Wondered What Makes a Film Noir?

At some point, you’ve probably heard a film being called Noir. You probably think about a dark looking movie that has a certain style about it, but there’s more to a film being Noir. There is actually much more to it than that though. Show More Summary

6 New Features and Changes to Facebook You Should Know

Facebook introduces new features all the time, and slowly rolls them out to users. It’s difficult to keep up with all the changes, or know what’s new and useful in the world’s largest social network. So we are revisiting the best things to come from Facebook recently, in case you missed any of them. Show More Summary

3 Unmissable Reasons Opera Is the Right Browser for Your Mac

Chrome and Firefox rule on Windows, but on OS X, Opera is the browser to beat. OS X’s native browser, Safari, is excellent. It’s polished and super efficient, and comes with some unique features. But if you’re looking for more flexibility in a browser, Safari falls short. Show More Summary

What in the World is Up With Gawker?

Gawker.com, the popular gossip blog, hasn’t published an article since midday yesterday — Monday, the 20th of July. This follows the resignation of Tommy Craggs, the executive editor of Gawker’s parent company, Gawker Media, and Max Read, the editor-in-chief of Gawker itself, over the removal of an article written by Jordan Sargent last week. Show More Summary

How to Install Emulators & Homebrew on Your iPhone or iPad (No Jailbreak Required)

There’s been a lot of excitement surrounding the iOS emulation scene over the last year or so, recently culminating in the discovery that Apple’s next version of Xcode will allow the installation of unsigned apps compiled from source. Show More Summary

4 Message Boards to Talk with Other PlayStation Fans

Are you a huge PlayStation fan? Is your PlayStation 4 (which we’ve reviewed) your go-to gaming hub? Do you have all the accessories for PlayStation products on your shelf? If so, you’re in luck, because today we’re going to show you places where you can get together with your fellow Sony faithful. Show More Summary

Amazon Prime Day: Why It Is Going Annual & What Have We Learnt

15th July: I pop onto Amazon. I’m immediately assaulted by a barrage of images all relishing in their own glory: it’s Amazon Prime Day, a time to celebrate the online shop’s 20-year history. 16th July: peace has been restored. Amazon greets us with a normal homepage. Show More Summary

New Biosensors Will Turn Your Smartphone Into A Tricorder

It seems like these days, smartphones are getting jam-packed with more sensors and more features than ever before. When it comes to health, some of these sensors have the potential to turn your phone into a medical tricorder right out of Star Trek. Show More Summary

Read It Later Options Gone? Save Links in Twitter’s iPhone App

Around the same time that Twitter updated its iOS and Android apps to include new summary cards featuring more details on links in their timeline, and introduced a new data dashboard, it also took away a key feature: saving links directly to third-party read-it-later services. Show More Summary

What Apps & Websites Will Help Improve My Accent When Speaking Another Language?

Azar Deen Asks: Hi all. I’m learning a new language, but I really want to make my pronunciation match that of a native speaker. Are there any apps or websites that can help me? Matthew’s Reply: Learning a language is a tremendous challenge. Show More Summary

TED Talks: Understanding the Power of Radical Self Love

Do you love yourself? No, really, do you? Do you love yourself when you are successful, as much as you love yourself when you make mistakes? Do you love yourself when you see yourself in the mirror or in photos? Do you love yourselfShow More Summary

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