Get 50% Off on Gift Cards At Amazon Using Amex Membership Rewards!

14th February 2019

This deal with Membership Rewards is back in a new form but instead of $100 off $500 purchase its a lower amount but 50% off this time. If you clip the “Click here to activate“ coupon via this link it will tell you if you are targeted to save another $30 off $60 at Amazon when you redeem 1 AMEX Membership Rewards Point. This offer is valid for select Amex/Amazon users. If it doesn’t work for…

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Sharing passwords for a video streaming site? This company will uses AI to track you down

14th February 2019

A password for Netflix or HBO Go can be a precious thing that’s offered to a romantic partner or gifted from a family member (and saved for future use). But for UK company Synamedia, a password like that is a password to be hunted down. At CES this year, the firm unveiled a new service that uses machine learning to spot shared passwords. It works like this: a streaming service…

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Have You Had any Amazon Package Stolen?

14th February 2019

We’re well into the holiday season, and many of us are hoping our online orders arrive in time for Christmas next week. In fact, the U.S. Postal Service predicts December 17-23 will be its busiest week for mailing, shipping, and delivery. But with the uptick in deliveries comes an increased risk of theft by “porch pirates” — people who steal packages right off of doorsteps. Check out our tips on…

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You will be banned on WhatsApp if you did these things; why you should worry and what you should do

14th February 2019

Facebook-owned social media app WhatsApp is enhancing users experience in many ways. Now, from chatting, video calling to sending photos and GIFs has become even more exciting. However, it needs to be noted that WhatsApp is very strict regarding implementation of privacy rules and not only this, it even has the power to ban you for a host of reasons. Yes, you have read it right, there is certain content…

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Apple says cheap battery replacements hurt iPhone sales

14th February 2019

Apple just revealed it’s expecting a $9 billion loss in revenue due to weak iPhone demand that’s partly caused by more people replacing their batteries, according to a letter issued by CEO Tim Cook addressed to investors. Last year, Apple admitted it was throttling older iPhone models to compensate for degrading batteries that caused the phones to sometimes shut down. It offered to cut its $79 battery replacement fee down…

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5 Must-Read Tips For Your New iPhone

14th February 2019

Congrats on getting a new iPhone! Now that the holiday fervor has died down a bit, it’s time to move past turning it on and annoying all your friends with the requisite “everyone only uses it one time” animjoi Message. So now what? 1. Delete Your Beta Profile or Enroll Your New iPhone This tip is just for those of you who are on the Apple Public Beta program (if…

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How to delete Facebook without losing your friends and photos

14th February 2019

Casey Neistat wrote an article back in 2014 how he ‘fixed’ his Facebook by unfriending people who shared too much. I tried this in 2017… and it absolutely didn’t work! People still share way too much and every time I go on Facebook it feels like like a whole plague of negativity that’s trying to give me cancer. Just no. It’s not cool. Facebook really isn’t the ‘cool’ platform it was back…

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Apple’s $29 iPhone Battery Replacement Plan Ends January 1

14th February 2019

Around a year ago Apple admitted to slowing down the batteries in older iPhones, and it offered to replace the battery in all phones newer than an iPhone 6 for $29 — as long as you got that battery replacement by December 31st. That means time is running out. Starting January 1, the cost of that battery replacement goes up again to $69 for the iPhone X and $49 for…

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How to see how much time you waste on Facebook

14th February 2019

Facebook has begun rolling out a feature that shows you how much time you spend using the social network, as first reported by TechCrunch. It’s called Your Time on Facebook and it’s currently only available through the mobile app. I’ve checked a few different devices of my own, and only one (the Pixel 3 XL) currently has the feature. That said, once you do get the feature added to your…

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The Economics Of Subscription Prices

14th February 2019

Jumping from the traditional $10 bucks a month, the regular Canadian consumer will have to pay $13 for the same service and an additional three if they want the upgraded version. The price hikes are still substantial to most people, but it’s still the cheapest on the market. The other competitor in Canada is Bell Aliant which charges $20 a month for their video streaming service. Other competitors are joining…

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AI will soon decide what we eat

14th February 2019

Machine learning is disrupting the food industry. From how farmers determine which seeds to plant, to what toppings your local mom and pop pizza-joint serves, there’s an AI-powered solution at work that’s revolutionizing what and how we eat. After about 200,000 years of managing our own basic nutritional needs — poorly, in most cases — the grown-ups are finally putting machines in charge. IBM recently unveiled its “5 in 5”…

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From Chromebooks to MacBooks, here are the best laptop deals for February 2019

14th February 2019

Shopping for a new computer can be fun, but it can also be a headache given the wide range of options available today. The addition of newer touchscreen and 2-in-1 laptops doesn’t make it any simpler to find the right laptop for you. It’s not hard to get choice paralysis when shopping for a PC, even if you already have a fixed budget in mind, but our research can make…

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