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Make your social posts private and so that only those you want can see them

I’ve been using social media apps for well over a decade, and over that period, there have certainly been things that I’ve posted that I’m glad the whole world wasn’t able to see. In fact, some accounts (like Instagram and TikTok) I permanently leave in private mode, so that only select people can see what I post. If you’re interested in learning how to take your accounts private and protect your posts from the world’s eyes, read on,  [Read More…]

This customer service training will teach you how to create the happiest customers in the world

If you’re running a business, you should have the understanding that your consumers don’t just want to purchase something — they want more. Instead of merely buying an item or availing your service, they want a stellar customer experience that comes with their purchase. Customer experience (CX) should be at the heart of what you do. In addition to delivering a great product, you should also make sure that the experience you’re offering delights your consumers, leading to a  [Read More…]

Here’s how you can do your own nails at home

I typically visit a salon to do my nails every two weeks but that can add up, especially when there’s a lot you can actually do yourself from home. A friend recommended the Rosalind Gel Polish Starter Kit, which comes with pretty much everything you’d need. However, there are many other options worth considering, whether you want to do a full manicure and polish or just keep your nails clean and nicely cut and shaped.

Best Overall: ROSALIND  [Read More…]

Check out the extended commercial for The Last of Us Part II

She’s not just a girl, she’s a threat.

What you need to know PlayStation has released a new commercial for The Last of Us Part II. The commercial provides an overview of some of the horrors Ellie will face out in the world. The Last of Us Part II is scheduled to release on June 19, 2020.

Years after being announced, The Last of Us Part II is just a short couple of weeks away. PlayStation has  [Read More…]

Grab the Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB hard drive on sale for $52

Need some more space for your movies and music? Time to stop by Staples and get yourself the Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB USB 3.0 hard drive for just $ 52.49. Use the code 64386 during checkout. It takes $ 15 off any order over $ 60, and the Seagate drive is just over $ 60 at $ 67.49. The deal works on both Black and Blue but other colors are sold out or much more expensive. This price drop  [Read More…]

Fill your home with Wi-Fi using TP-Link’s Deco M5 system on sale for $152

The TP-Link Deco M5 whole home mesh networking system comes in a three-pack on sale for $ 151.99. This is right around the lowest price we’ve seen this year on the whole home Wi-Fi system. The Deco M5 sells for around $ 170 regularly and you can still find it going for that price at other places like Amazon. The B&H deal is limited to just one set per customer, and the shipping may be delayed by a couple of  [Read More…]

3 months later, how’s your Galaxy S20 battery life holding up?

Having a chat with the AC forums.

As hard as it is to believe, it’s now been about three months since the Galaxy S20 was released. The initial hype and craze for the phone has obviously died down, but there’s no denying that it’s still one of the very best Android handsets you can buy in 2020.

If there’s one aspect of a phone that needs long-term use to fully analyze, it’s battery life. The battery of  [Read More…]

Here’s how to use Google Maps without any sort of internet connection

I’ve been on many a trip where I didn’t have a good cell signal or Wi-Fi, and really needed to know where I was going. Thank goodness that Google Maps allows you to download maps of broad areas for offline use. You can also have them update with the latest information when you are back online. This little tip is also handy if you’re in an area with congested cell signals, risk of low or no signals, or  [Read More…]

Lenovo’s Eco Pro Backpack shows that green tech is more than just gadgets

As soon as I can leave the house with regularity, this green backpack is coming with me.

It’s not often that we do in-depth backpack reviews on this site, but when we do, they tend to be pretty special bags. We’ve featured dozens of great backpacks in our various roundups and reviewed many environmentally sustainable products, but this is the first time that I can remember an accessory that bridges both of those areas so well.

The  [Read More…]

How to remove location data from photos on Android

Location data can be very useful in documenting where you took your vacation photos or pictures for proof of things like a traffic accident, but if you leave location data on all the time, it can be used against you if someone you don’t trust gets ahold of your stuff. In order to protect yourself and those around you, here’s how to strip out location info from photos you’ve taken — and more importantly, how to keep it  [Read More…]