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How to Download Your Own YouTube Videos

YouTube makes uploading videos easy. Downloading them is another story altogether. Here’s how you can download any video you’ve ever uploaded to YouTube. Read This…

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Nanoleaf’s New Essential Line Is a More Affordable Take on Smart Lighting

Alongside announced new options for its Shape series, Nanoleaf took the wraps off a new Essential smart lighting line. As the name suggests, it fits…

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Nacon’s Official Xbox Game Streaming Controllers for Android Come in Two Sizes

We’re in the middle of a renaissance of controllers for phones, thanks to a similar boom of streaming services. Nacon, a smaller accessory maker, is…

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How to Export Your Google Keep Notes and Attachments

Google Keep offers a reliable and frustration-free note-taking experience, but it’s always a good idea to back up your notes once in a while. You…

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How to Keep Low Power Mode Enabled Permanently on Your iPhone

Apple’s Low Power Mode is essential for making an older iPhone’s battery last longer. Normally, iOS turns off Low Power Mode automatically when your iPhone…

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Song Stuck In Your Head? Hum it to Google Search!

Have you ever had a song stuck in your head but had no idea what it was? Maybe you didn’t even know any of the…

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Google Chat Is Going Free and Replacing Hangouts In 2021

Google likes to support two nearly-identical products at the same time. It’s a silly “strategy” that leaves people scratching their head over services like Duo,…

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Google is Killing Trusted Contacts, Removing the App Today

Google just announced via email that it will be removing its Trusted Contacts app from both Google Play and the Apple App Store today. However,…

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Sony’s “Hologram” Lenticular 3D Screen Goes On Sale in November

3D technology for home use has been a flop pretty much every time it’s been tried, with the arguable exception of the Nintendo 3DS. But…

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Google Search’s New AI Understands Your Sloppiest Tpyos and Misspellings

Your sloppy Google searches are about to get a lot more accurate. Google is updating its Search AI with a contextual spellchecker, improved search ranking,…

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