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  • Top tech to cool your AC bill

    Top tech to cool your AC bill

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    Temperatures are rising, and so are our electric bills. Summer air-conditioning can double your utility bill, and, frustratingly, AC units are remarkably stupid appliances.Sure, a window AC has a thermostat to regulate itself, but it doesn't recognize when no one is at home, so…

  • Scientists say there are 4 kinds of drunks

    Scientists say there are 4 kinds of drunks

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    If you can "drink hells any amount of whiskey without getting drunk," you're an Ernest Hemingway drunk—and you're in the majority. That's the finding of University of Missouri researchers who broke down the types of drunks into four distinct categories in a study published in…

  • Latest iPod Touch packs more power inside

    Latest iPod Touch packs more power inside

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    Apple's $199 iPod touch just got a tune-up, bringing some of the features of its music player in line with the iPhone 6 and giving it a processor that can meet the demands of future software.The latest iPod touch, announced July 15, has an…

  • 5 YouTube secrets you should try

    5 YouTube secrets you should try

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    Want to know how popular YouTube is? Think how many conversations you've had lately that included the phrase, "I saw this great video on YouTube ..." News, instructions, cat videos, instant celebrities, music, humor, emotional stories and more are all within a split-second search.But…

  • iPhone 6s: The 6 most exciting new features hitting Apple’s next iPhone

    iPhone 6s: The 6 most exciting new features hitting Apple’s next iPhone

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    Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are set to be released later this year. While the handsets are expected to look very similar to their predecessors, we all know that Apple’s “S” updates are all about huge internal upgrades and big performance improvements.…

  • If you don’t want to give your photos to Google anymore, it’ll steal them

    If you don’t want to give your photos to Google anymore, it’ll steal them

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    Google’s new Google Photos app has a bunch of new features users may appreciate, including automatic categorization and unlimited storage and backup, but the service is far from perfect. On top of the odd software issues you may encounter with face recognition or upload limits,…

  • Apple Watch review: A new convert

    Apple Watch review: A new convert

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    I thought the Apple Watch was pointless. I was wrong.Though I’ve been writing about the Apple Watch for some time and have tested it repeatedly at the Apple Store since its April release, I had always thought the wearable device was a gimmick. That…

  • Why the OPM hack is an ongoing cyber headache

    Why the OPM hack is an ongoing cyber headache

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    Microsoft is not a force in phones and never has been. The software giant’s $7.6 billion write-off of its phone business makes it even less likely now that consumers will opt for its phones.The Windows Phone platform is projected to have about 3 percent…

  • Is the Apple Watch a bust? Depends who you ask

    Is the Apple Watch a bust? Depends who you ask

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    Apple Watch sales started with a bang but are in a freefall, according to sales data compiled by a market researcher. Not everyone agrees with the data, however.Data released this week by Slice Intelligence shows Apple Watch sales in the U.S. dropping off to…

  • Tech Q&A: Smartphone viruses, scannerless scanning, Facebook 'oversharers' and more

    Tech Q&A: Smartphone viruses, scannerless scanning, Facebook 'oversharers' and more

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    Does your smartphone have a virus?Q. My smartphone is acting a little funny. Could it be a virus?A. The only way for smartphones to get viruses right now is through malicious apps. If you haven't downloaded any apps recently, then it's probably something…

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