Free Reese’s chocolate eggs are not-so-hidden in some Uber cars

16th April 2019

Now, Uber is getting in on the action. Cargo, the exclusive in-car vendor for Uber, will offer free samples of chocolate Easter egg candies starting Monday during rides in select cities – Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs and Cadbury Creme eggs, specifically. Here’s the full list of cities that will offer free chocolate eggs in Uber rides: New York City Chicago Boston Washington, D.C. Baltimore Minneapolis Los Angeles San Francisco Atlanta Miami Dallas…

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The safe way to renew your driving license

16th April 2019

\ ATLANTA, Ga. – Every ‘to do’ list at some point has on it, “Renew driver’s license.” It eventually comes around, and it’s easier than it used to be. You can do it online. But, be careful you’re not falling for a fake. Here’s the biggest trap for us in Georgia, many of us, myself included still call it the DMV. But we don’t have a Department of Motor Vehicles….

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Amazon reportedly preparing free, ad-supported music streaming service

15th April 2019

According to Billboard, ecommerce giant Amazon is currently in talks with major music labels to provide a free, ad-supported music streaming service. The service would offer a limited catalog of tunes and would be made available through Amazon’s voice assistant, Alexa, on the company’s Echo devices. Sources say Amazon could unveil the free music streaming service before the end of April. Spotify is currently the only music streaming platform that…

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AT&T deal offers double the data on prepaid plan

13th April 2019

AT&T’s latest deal aims to entice new customers with double the data. Starting Friday, the mobile carrier will increase customers’ high-speed data from 8GB to 16GB when they activate a new line on AT&T’s monthly $50 prepaid plan and sign up for auto-pay, which drops the price to $40 a month. The plan also includes unlimited talk, text and data usage in Mexico and Canada, AT&T said, as well as…

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Your Smartphone Apps Are Filled With Trackers You Know Nothing About

12th April 2019

Most of us understand by now that we’re being followed across the web. But how much do we know about how the smartphone apps we use track our every move? Thanks to tiny pieces of code that millions of developers use to make their lives easier, an array of companies gets free access to data they can employ to understand your habits. The process is invisible, and it’s worse news…

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12 eBay Selling Tips to Maximize Your Profits

12th April 2019

If you’ve got a house full of clutter and no money in your wallet, it’s probably occurred to you that you could kill two birds with one stone by selling some of this stuff on eBayfor extra cash. However, turning your grandma’s silverware and your old baseball card collection into dollars isn’t as simple as slapping up a listing and waiting for the money to roll in. It takes time and effort…

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10 ways to download and read books online for free

11th April 2019

If you’re like me, books are a refuge, whether on my Nook, my Pixel 3 ($699 at Walmart) or on the paper page. I love the complete immersion that a story and its characters bring. But when you’re reading several books a month, getting new titles the easy way, from Amazon or the bookstore, gets to be an expensive hobby. That’s where free digital libraries come in. Thanks to the…

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Amazon Prime Nintendo Switch Giveaway: How To Claim Free 1-Year Online Access

10th April 2019

Amazon has confirmed that Amazon Prime subscribers will receive free one-year subscription for the Nintendo Switch. Many fans noted that this is one of the best free offerings that the Prime subscription has given out to its users. Here’s how to claim it. According to Twitch.tv, the latest offer can be below the Twitch Prime crown button on the site. Twitch Prime subscriptions can be availed on its own or as part…

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Netflix confirms it killed AirPlay support, won’t let you beam shows to Apple TVs anymore

9th April 2019

With no warning and little explanation, Netflix has removed the easiest way to sling its shows from one Apple device to another: AirPlay. Netflix confirmed to The Verge that it pulled the wireless casting feature this past week, due to what it’s calling a “technical limitation.” But it’s not the kind of technical limitation you’d think. You see, Apple recently partnered with most of the major TV brands to allow…

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11 free burgers? Friends reportedly find a way to hack McDonald’s self-checkout kiosk

9th April 2019

A hack that lets McDonald’s customers eat for free in Australia seems to have been revealed in a viral video. If it’s true, it’s not likely to work in the U.S. since the burger chain’s discounts vary by location. Two friends demonstrated the trick in a two-minute video posted to YouTube on Sunday that has garnered 1.1 million views. They appear to have duped the self-service kiosk into giving them 11 free burgers — or…

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Tesla’s parking lot Summon upgrade arrives in the US next week

8th April 2019

Tesla is ready to bring its parking lot-savvy Summon upgrade to its cars in earnest. Elon Musk has revealed that Enhanced Summon will be widely available in the US next week to Tesla owners who sprung for either the Enhanced Autopilot or Full Self-Driving packages. Tap a button in the Tesla mobile app and your EV can drive to you, saving you the trouble of walking to the far end…

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