Google has moved to assure Gmail users that their inboxes are private and secure. However, in doing so it has admitted that third-party apps can read your Gmail, and that this is all your fault. After all, you’re the one giving developers access. For many years, Google analyzed the emails passing through your Gmail inbox

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The news is more broken than ever before. It’s difficult to believe what you read from news sites, and you know you can’t trust social media. The onus is now on the reader to find the right places to read the most factual articles. For most of us, Google News remains one of the main

There’s no avoiding information overload. There are plenty of apps that make it a little easier to sift through all that information. Read-it-later apps like Pocket and Instapaper can be a great way to save things you want to come back to later, but they can also be a crippling reminder of a growing list you

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It’s 2018 and your resume needs to reflect that. With the right apps, you can create a modern, good-looking CV to apply for jobs. At this point, most resume makers know how to get past Applicant Tracking Systems. To stand out, you need more, like good design, or an online profile. But in the quest

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One of the lesser-used ways to take advantage of the Kindle app is to use it as a read-it-later service for articles you want to catch up on later… …and read all those articles offline! Also, this is one way to keep all your books and other reading material in one central location and save

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“Bitcoin” was one of the most popular search terms on Google during 2017. According to the company’s own data, it was the second most-searched-for news topic of the year. Indeed, 2017 was undoubtedly year that the cryptocurrency came of age. Back in January, one Bitcoin was worth approximately $ 1,000 USD. By December, it had

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