If you’ve been maintaining and migrating the same Contacts list across Macs over the years then you’ve probably come across your fair share of duplicate contact cards. They can also appear seemingly out of nowhere after setting up iCloud Contacts on your Mac for the first time.
We’ve foolishly come to accept that living with duplicate files is just part of life, but that need not be the case. These pesky doubles make it difficult to organize albums, needlessly take up space on our hard drives, and diminish processing power—and Gemini 2 for Mac wipes them all out for $ 12.99…. Read the rest of this post here
We don’t use the word “finally” in titles gratuitously on Android Police, but this instance warrants it. For years and years, we’ve heard the same complaint when covering Google Calendar: you can’t change an event’s calendar on the Android app. You need to use the web app or if you’re bound to your phone, you have to delete the event from one calendar and manually create another in the second one.
Hearthstone‘s [Free] Ben Brode just announced some great card pack changes that will help you build a strong collection easier. Starting from the next expansion (but applying to all card packs in the game), when you open a pack that includes a Legendary, it will never be one that you already own; instead, it will be a a different Legendary card from the same set. What that means is you can go ahead and craft a Legendary without worrying that you might be unlucky enough to get that same Legendary in your next pack. Additionally, you will never get more than two copies of a common, rare, or epic card in one pack. Those two changes should help players build a strong collection faster and with less money, which is a great thing.
Beginning with the release of the next expansion, you are also guaranteed to get a Legendary within the first 10 packs of a new set, which again should help players build better decks. Finally, there’s a special limited time promotion for Un’Goro starting in the next few days, where the price stays the same but you get more packs. For instance, buying 7 packs will actually get you 9 packs, 15 packs will get you 20, and so on. What do you think of all these changes? Sound off in the comments below.