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Having to close a tab with audio blaring from an auto-play ad is one of the web's greatest annoyances, but at the same time, most of us want to hear videos coming from YouTube or Netflix. How do you mute one without the other? Fortunately, there are a couple of easy solutions available.

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You don't have to settle for a staid, text-only signature for your Gmail account: with a little image manipulation and the help of Google Drive, it's possible to insert images and even links to your social media accounts (or any other part of the web). Here's how to set it up in a few minutes.

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A few years ago, trying to move to an online-only existence wasn't a practical option, but now long-serving web apps have grown more powerful and you can now do almost everything in a browser that you can do on the desktop (albeit in more limited form). Here's our current picks for the best online apps out there.

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In May, the world was SHOCKED to find out that Google was pregnant, again, with what could best be described as a genetically modified inter-species lovespawn between Gmail, Google Docs, Twitter and AIM. Google called it "Wave;" Matt called it "frothy;" whatever it is, it'll become available to about 100,000 interested users come September, and has started rolling out to developers, API in tow, already.

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Pull up Safari on your iDevice, punch in menu.apple.com, and you'll get a beautiful web app explaining what's cooking at the Caffè Macs at five different Apple campuses. Tonight at Infinite Loop: grilled snapper and pork carnitas, plus vegetarian pizza for the Jobs wannabes.

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What you are you seeing in these screenshots may seem like a real iPhone application, but it's not. It's a web page displayed in full screen, completely out of Safari, behaving and looking exactly as any native iPhone program would do. The best thing: It is not a new feature of the incoming iPhone OS 2.2 update: The secret feature is "hidden" in the current 2.1 version and only requires one thing: HTML code embedded in the web page itself. No iPhone modification is required. If you are browsing this from the iPhone, you can try it yourself very easily: