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How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND Your iPad is waiting for you, but you stare at it sometimes not knowing what to do next. Perhaps...

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How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND There’s absolutely no shortage of gaming content on YouTube, but for users who crave...

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Having a same employer for years on end will soon become history — independent contractors could account for half of the workforce in the US in just a decade’s time. The current labor market looks...

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Google Translate is getting an update today, but it looks pretty light on features. The main changes appear to center around properly labeling languages. Nine dialects are getting proper names, and it...

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You can now download Eclipse X jailbreak tweak on iOS 11 which basically brings proper dark more to iPhone X that it richly deserves. [ Continue reading this over at RedmondPie.com ] Redmond Pie ...

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One of our pet peeves at Android Police lately (mostly mine and Artem’s) has been the lack of a proper Google Assistant directory on the web. Amazon simply has its Alexa skills searchable from its...

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Spotify has been hit with a $ 1.6 billion lawsuit for allegedly using artists’ music without a license or compensation, according to recently filed court documents. The suit was filed against the music...

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My tiny homeland way up north in the unforgiving Atlantic, Iceland, has parliamentary elections coming up on October 28. It’s Iceland’s second snap election in a row, after yet another scandal brought...

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I know Twitter these days can feel like an endless litany of commentary on the actions (and omissions) of the US president and the whirlwind of social discord that swirls in his wake as chaotically...

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Nobody could be faulted for assuming Google Glass had been thoroughly abandoned; there were even a few public statements to that effect. That’s why it came as such a surprise when a “minor”...