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History of the Olympic Games
The Olympics are divided into two seasons, summer and winter, and are held in alternating two-year intervals. Athletes from all over the world come together to compete in the Olympic Games. In the early days of the games, truces were made during war in order to celebrate the best of the best in various athletic events.
You’re going green the wrong way
You may feel like global climate change is a looming threat getting larger every day, no matter how many reusable shopping bags you have. Throwing cups of water at a wildfire might not seem like it helps very much, but the responsibility of going green isn’t only on individuals.
The key to mastering the triple axel
If you are watching the winter Olympics or have seen figure skaters perform, you might have heard the term triple axel. This is a jump in which a skater has to turn three and a half times while in the air, and obviously land without falling. Why is it such a big deal? These professionals make it look so easy but it's a very complicated and skillful move.
Solve this riddle to earn your inheritance
Here’s a riddle to solve: You and your relatives have been called to your uncle’s mansion for the reading of his will. He was quite wealthy and wanted you to have his money. But being the mysterious uncle he is, he put the key to the inheritance in a riddle. Will you be able to solve the locker riddle and claim your inheritance?
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Useful online sites for almost anything
With literally millions of websites out there, it can be challenging and often quite time consuming to find a site or app that will help you. Well, search no more! I've compiled a list of useful sites you may not know about that offer free assistance for many tasks.
Get the best phone battery life with some quick ad
Your cellphone is only as good as its battery. Once its power source runs out, so does your ability to call, check email and pinpoint your location on a virtual map. You may be surprised to find out that some of the things you do with your phone are actually causing the problem.
20 handy things you didn’t know Google Photo
Like most Google services, Photos is overflowing with helpful features, which can manipulate, organize, and share your thousands of images. Most impressive of all, you can search through your photos in clever new ways, which shouldn't be surprising, given Google's search engine roots.
Kim’s free security pick that needs to be on
Cybercrime, data breaches and internet attacks are on the rise. In fact, it is estimated that the global economy will lose around $2 trillion by 2019 due to cybercrime. They often build real-looking websites that copy a legitimate brand or service's official site to fool you into giving out your personal data. Watch this to learn a new way to protect yourself!
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Get clearer sounds from your TV with this one hidd
It's a common problem with flatscreen TVs; sometimes, you can hardly hear the dialogue in TV shows and movies. In one scene, spoken words sound so soft that you can't help but turn the volume up. Then suddenly, the next scene barges loudly into your living room, filled with explosions and gunshots. Try these tricks to smooth it all out.
How to buy the perfect sound bar and not waste mon
Flatscreen TV displays are getting more amazing each year it seems. TVs are also continuously getting slimmer and thinner. While aesthetically speaking, these form factor advancements are always welcome, thinner TVs mean smaller speakers and worse sound. Here's how to overcome that.
3 ways to craft great passwords based on new resea
What's the biggest hassle of the digital era? Most of us can agree: passwords. It's so frustrating to be stopped midstream during the workday to reset passwords. It's worse when you're in a rush at home, maybe to book a flight or pay a bill and all of a sudden you see, "Incorrect password." Here is the new way to make secure passwords.
How to hear all your Amazon Echo recordings (and d
Are you one of the millions of people who use a "smart assistant," like Amazon's Alexa? The Alexa Voice Service can be used to play music, provide information, news, sports scores, weather and much more. Alexa records those commands, here's how to delete them.