The Complete Guide to Alexa Commands

Even if you’re not an Amazon aficionado, you’ve probably heard of the company’s virtual assistant, Alexa. Originally developed for the Amazon Echo and Amazon Tap gadgets, which can stream music, provide information and even serve as Wi-Fi hubs, Alexa is similar to Apple’s helper, Siri, because she listens to your commands and responds accordingly. Alexa […]

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How Fake Apps Get You to Download Them

Be extra careful when downloading retail apps in the coming months. Hundreds of fake apps have recently infiltrated Apple’s App Store, some of which could be dangerous to users. Developers have criticized Apple in the past for being too restrictive in their app approval process. A flood of fake apps, however, masquerading as official retail […]

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How to Swap Facebook Events for Google Calendar

One of the strengths of Facebook is its ability to identify what other digital companies do well, and then either design its own similar features or flat-out buy the company. One of the company’s latest products falls into the former category. It’s called the Events From Facebook app, and it’s a new calendar-based app loaded […]

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What Is Google’s DeepMind?

DeepMind, an artificial intelligence company that Google acquired in 2014, creates neural networks that learn in ways similar to the way humans learn. In the future, this technology could have an impact on everything from the way you use your smartphone to your next doctor’s visit. What Is DeepMind? Shane Legg, Mustafa Suleyman and Demis […]

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Organize Your Editorial Calendar With Scrivener

One of the biggest challenges for writers who pump out lots of content is keeping all of that content organized. It’d be nice to have a system that can not only help you produce and write content in a quick, streamlined manner, but can also help plan, organize and ultimately execute your editorial calendar. Many […]

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