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5 Reasons To Use To Vivaldi Instead Of Chrome Or Firefox

At this stage, it feels like the browser wars have been fought and won. Most of you probably use Chrome or Firefox, and a sad few of you may even use Internet Explorer. But there’s a new browser in town, and it actually has some features worth sitting up and take notice of.


How To Make The Most Of Gmail's Hidden Labels

Gmail is all about labels and search, not folders — and alongside the custom labels you can name and colour yourself, there are several hidden ones built into Gmail to help keep your messages organised and prioritised. Here are the ones you need to know about, and how you can use them.


How To Use One Of iTunes' Best Features In Google Play Music

One great feature we lost in the transition from iTunes to all-you-can-eat streaming services is the smart playlist. When you have 30 million tracks to choose from, queueing up everything you’ve not heard for six months makes less sense. Thankfully, you can bring the feature to Google Play Music with a simple Chrome extension.


How To Disguise Fun Websites At Work

The internet is an interesting place, which makes it all the more tempting to steal a few minutes of catch-up time during regular office hours. Though it can actually make you more productive, not every boss is cool with you wasting precious workday hours browsing the web. Thankfully, we have a few solutions for you. Here’s your guide to staying safe from curious co-workers and patrolling upper management if you need to take a quick glance online.


14 Netflix Hacks To Help You Binge Like A Pro

Netflix had some 75 million paying subscribers around the world — but how many of those people are getting the most out of their subscription? You can supercharge your viewing experience with these browser extensions and online apps that will take your Netflix game to a whole new level.


Watch A Spider Spin Its Intricate Web And Then Use It To Catch Prey

Video: Here’s time lapse footage of a garden orb spider building out its web. It’s really interesting to see the process from the start when it seems like a few random strands connected to each other, and especially cool to see it at the end when it’s all completed and ready to catch its first prey. The whole web spinning process is detailed perfectly to help you understand what’s going on too.


YouTube Quietly Releases Secret Blurring Tool For Videos

Did you know there’s a basic video editor built into YouTube? One of the features quietly added in recent weeks is the ability to blur out faces, licence plates, and anything else you like. Here’s how to protect your privacy (and everyone else’s) while still sharing your movies with the world at large.


Your Browser's Private Mode Isn't As Secret As You Think

Your browser’s private or incognito mode can be useful for many reasons, but you should always know what it is and isn’t hiding. Here’s exactly what’s happening when you launch a private window.


Clean Up Your Gmail Inbox Using Drag-and-Drop Filters

If you have the default inbox view in place on Gmail, you’ll see tab headers like Primary, Social, Updates, and Promotions across the top of your messages. By simply dragging and dropping messages between tabs, you can set up customised filters for your incoming emails and make sure Gmail gets smarter at sorting your messages automatically.


New MIT Code Makes Web Pages Load 34 Per Cent Faster In Any Browser

Internet connections get faster but websites get more complex — and that means we often still have to wait an age for pages to load. Now, a new technique from MIT that helps browsers gather files more efficiently could change that.


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