Lifehacker: How to Secure Your Online Accounts By Revoking Access From Third-Party Apps
Every once in a while, an app like Unroll.me pops into the spotlight to remind us that we all tend to authorize a lot of apps to access our email and social media accounts without much thought. Sometimes, as in the case of Unroll.me, those apps get busy selling off our data. Now’s a good time to audit any other third-party apps you’ve given access to your accounts.
Smashing Magazine DevTools is very advanced and helpful, but can also be very intimidating and overwhelming. Let’s fix that. In this article, Vitaly reviews useful features and shortcuts for debugging in Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari.
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Techregister Smartphone users check their devices every five minutes and many of these interactions are unconscious and based on habit. This is the key finding from a new study from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Despite the popular belief that smartphone notifications are distracting, the study – published in Science Direct […]
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ITworld With Zoom now virtually a household name (for good and bad), a host of other companies hope to be the next big thing in video. Here’s a look at what five of them offer, and what makes them different.
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Lifehacker If you’ve been wondering why the free space on your Mac keeps getting smaller, and smaller, and smaller—even if you haven’t been using your Mac all that much—there’s a quirky bug with Apple’s Image Capture app that could be to blame.
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Walt Irby Anyone can Google the Mac keyboard shortcuts for taking screenshots: Shift-⌘-3 for the entire screen or Shift-⌘-4 to select a region (or Shift-⌘-4-Spacebar to select a specific application window). You can even throw a Control in there to copy the image file to your clipboard. By default, the image will save to your desktop as “Screen …
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