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Ubuntu Budgie Distro: Simple, Clean and User-Friendly

Ubuntu Budgie is one of the few Linux distros to offer integration of a Budgie desktop-only edition, other than Solus OS, whose developers created it. Ubuntu Budgie is classy and user-friendly. It does not sacrifice performance for reliance on a simple design. It is maintained by a United Kingdom-based developer community. Previously called “Budgie-Remix,” it […]

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Google Chrome 61 Beta to Include the Web Share API, WebUSB, and More

Google has been working on integrating its Payment Request API into Chrome for quite some time. Back in May of this year, they officially adopted this new API to allow you to pay for purchases from 3rd-party websites within Chrome. We’re still waiting for companies to adopt this new API system, but this is huge […]

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How Tech Could Help Creators Look Before They Leap

The folks who made The Emoji Movie apparently were worried about its Rotten Tomatoes score — it had earned a 0 percent rating at one point, based on a scattering of early reviews — so they stopped critics from publishing further reviews until just before previews began running. The result was a great opening day, […]

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Google Contacts is now Available on any Android 5.0+ Device

It used to be that the only way to get Google’s contacts app on a non Google Pixel or Nexus device was via manually installing the APK file. This meant you would not receive automatic updates and it would not be installed automatically when you restore the rest of your apps from the Play Store. […]

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