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Chromecast vs. Roku Premiere: What's the difference and which one is best?

Who doesn’t live binge-watching during downtime? It usually involves us enjoying flicks, wearing sweats, and eating delicious takeout. Especially after a long day, it’s great to watch movies, TV episodes, or exclusive series without
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Cloudflare just dropped a free privacy app for mobile browsing

It's never just between you and your phone.  What you Google in the wee hours of the morning isn't for your eyes only. Instead, your search queries and history are logged and tracked by a host of companies who likely don't have your best
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Facebook ends forced arbitration for sexual misconduct claims after Google

Change, inspired by the #MeToo movement, appears to be contagious. Facebook will suspend its policy of forcing employees to present sexual misconduct claims at a secret legal proceeding known as arbitration, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
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No-Cost People Search Engine Findera Launches

Meet Findera, a people search engine that officially launched in October 2018, offering a free recruiting solution for employers to find talent on a global level. In addition to searching through profiles, employers can post jobs for free as well....
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Google Chrome will warn you before you fall for a phone subscription scam

Found yourself subscribed to a shady ringtone service? Even though it's 2018? Google Chrome will soon stop you from falling into that trap. In an upcoming version of Chrome, the browser will throw up a warning page when it suspects users could be
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Google walkout organizers vow to 'not let up' following CEO's response

The battle to reform Google is just getting started.  Hours after Google CEO Sundar Pichai emailed employees a plan to end forced arbitration in cases involving sexual harassment and assault at the company, organizers of last week's global
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Google announces changes to sexual misconduct procedures

Google can apparently still live by "Don't be evil" when it wants to. In an email sent to employees Thursday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google was making changes to the way that it handled sexual misconduct complaints. The new policies are
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How Samsung's foldable phone will work

Flexible, foldable phones are about to become a reality. Samsung finally unveiled its long-rumored foldable phone, which uses a new type of display technology the company has dubbed an "Infinity Flex Display." Google also announced that Android will
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Here's how to download your personal data from Apple

Apple's data and privacy initiatives are expanding. The ability to obtain the data Apple has about you now extends to customers in the U.S and Canada. It follows updates that brought its privacy pages into compliance with the European Union's

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