Month: September 2019

How to find and delete your Netflix viewing history

I have a confession to make, I’m terrible at picking something to watch on Netflix. I’m getting better at using other tools to find something that tickles my taste buds, but I still fall into the old trap of watching whatever is suggested. Often, after five minutes, I realize that I’ve chosen to watch a

YouTube Music will now come preinstalled on Android devices

YouTube Music is the latest Google app that will come bundled as part of Android. The company has announced that the subscription music service will be preinstalled on all devices that run Android 10 out of the box — and it’ll take the place of Google Play Music. Until now, YouTube Music has required a

Amazon is launching its own version of Wi-Fi

Amazon has launched its own wireless network system in an attempt to make connecting up your multiple smart devices easier than ever before. Amazon Sidewalk is a new low-energy network protocol using the 900Mhz wave to allow devices around your home to speak to each other. The company says that Sidewalk can even be used

11 Airplane Secrets Flight Attendants Don’t Tell

It’s hard to surprise an experienced traveler, but there are still some things you’ve probably never thought of. We found several secrets that are only known to airport employees and the most curious passengers. 11. Hooks on the wings In most planes, to use an emergency exit slide, passengers have to step onto a smooth

Google may have just ushered in an era of ‘quantum supremacy’

Google says that it has achieved quantum supremacy, a major milestone towards the development of quantum computers. At least, it seems to have. The announcement came in a paper that was reportedly published on the NASA website before being pulled, according to the The Financial Times which retrieved a copy before it disappeared. “To our

iOS 13: Top 5 new security and privacy features for your iPhone

Over the years, Apple has spent a lot of time and energy driving home the message that Apple cares about your privacy. The company has posted billboard ads about privacy and created a section of its website detailing its privacy practices, and CEO Tim Cook called on Congress to change privacy laws. Now, Apple is

How To Know If Your Social Security Is Taxable

You’ve worked hard for decades, and now you want to enjoy your golden years. If planned to have a nice standard of living in retirement, you are likely going to get hit with income taxes. The more retirement income you have, the more taxes you likely pay, just the way it is. The myth that

Raise your Halloween game with a free AtmosFX digital decoration

It’s hard to believe, but Halloween is just over a month away. Want to bring things up a notch, decoration-wise? I’ve got you. It’s time to go digital on this holiday. See, AtmosFX makes a whole bunch of fantastic Halloween-themed animations. I’ve loaded up my windows with them the past couple years, and neighbors tell