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Posted: August 30, 2022 – 3:21 pm (EST)
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Featured Picks: How to configure Gmail swipe actions on Android (and why you should) –  Jack Wallen shows you how to configure the right and left swipe actions in the Gmail app, so you can better control what happens to your email. 20+ Work From Home tips for Mac and iPhone users  –  Are you a Mac or iPhone user? Check out these handy tips to ensure a healthy and productive time while working from home. How to Add a Shortcut to Someone’s Location on Google Maps – The location sharing features in Google Maps is similar to Apple’s “Find My” feature. You can share your location for specific lengths of time, or indefinitely. When others share their location with you, they appear right on the map. We can create a shortcut that will take you directly to their location. The 10 Best Computer Science Careers  –  As the computer science industry grows, so do the job opportunities and career paths. Here are some of the best career options in this field. Our Favorite Android Phones Are on Sale Right Now –  Step aside, Obi-Wan. These are the (an)droids we’re looking for—and they’re discounted until midnight. How to Use a Live Camera Feed in Microsoft PowerPoint – You can place the camera feed anywhere on your slide, size it to your liking, apply a style, add an effect, and arrange it with other items on your slide. Truth Social’s inadequate moderation is keeping it off the Google Play Store –  Truth Social, the social media platform backed by Donald Trump, is still not available on the Google Play Store. That’s because Google has yet to approve the app due to violations of standards and inadequate content moderation.The company informed Truth Social earlier this month about “several vi… This is the last week to get free rapid COVID-19 tests from the US government   –  Photo by Sina Schuldt / picture alliance via Getty Images This is the last week to order free COVID-19 rapid tests from the United States government. The program will be suspended on Friday, September 2nd, “because Congress hasn’t provided additional funding to replenish the nation’s stoc…

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