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The challenges Apple faces for making so much mone
Apple is one of the most profitable companies in the world, it's seemingly swimming in cash. But the reality of Apple’s money goes a bit deeper than extreme profits, and it plays a huge part in their business decision-making. Believe it or not, the struggle of making so much money can be taxing on the giant. That's why they won't buy Netflix.
What it’s like to live in a town of Bald Eagles
They are America’s national bird, and seeing one may seem like a rare sighting for most U.S. citizens, but for one town in Alaska, Bald Eagles are a daily occurrence. On an island only 80 miles long, these beautiful birds hang out almost everywhere. And it can make doing some daily tasks a bit more dangerous than in other places.
The secret behind what blood in movies is made of
Fake blood hasn’t had the same recipe over its history of use. Now, most blood you see in movies is computer generated, but for those looking for a real touch, two go-to recipes are nothing like you would expect. From chocolate syrup to a recipe with poison, fake blood has been a hallmark of any good horror movie.
David Blaine regurgitates live frog
Of all the magical tricks, stunts related to swallowing and regurgitating items seem the craziest, because it isn’t actually magic. From sword swallowers to a famous magician who swallowed kerosene and water to light a fire then put it out with just his mouth, there is actually a lot more practice that goes into these tricks. So how does it work?
China’s attempt to control their population
With a population of just under 1.4 billion, China’s efforts to manage its many residents have evolved over the years. Strict rules limit the number of children a family could have, and almost everything else regarding family building. The laws have had an immense impact on family structure that is so revered in China.
Our digital content may soon disappear
With our increasing reliance on the internet and digital data, the possibility of a “digital dark age” may seem equivalent to an apocalypse. According to Vint Cerf, one of the people who pioneered the internet, digital content saved on disks and other devices may soon be unusable.
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Free software alternatives you may not have heard
As the saying goes, the best things in life are free: love, friends, and great software that works almost as well as a paid product. If you’re like me, you have probably shopped around for certain apps or programs, and then you balked at the price tag. Sometimes, you have to bite the bullet. But other times, there’s a free option that will get the same results.
Ways to fix your home Wi-Fi problems
When Wi-Fi slows down, so does our entire life. Our email and browsers stop loading. Our streaming movies freeze. Alexa stops responding. Our phones revert to data plans. Everything buffers at the same time, ruining the momentum of your routine. There are plenty of reasons why your Wi-Fi keeps slowing down.
5 tricks to get the best possible reception with y
Cable TV prices have skyrocketed over the years with many people feeling forced to pay outrageous prices to get live programming and specialty channels. But times have changed dramatically and now many are asking, have you cut the cable TV cord yet and turned to streaming services instead?
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.
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If you surf the web, you're going to see ads. That's a given, and there's not much you can do about it. What you can change is whether or not you see targeted ads. These are the ads that follow you from site to site and seem to know what you've been looking at online.
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