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The Pixel 2 XL’s Screen Isn’t Bad, We’re Just Getting Picky

Google’s new Pixel phones are finally shipping to consumers, and almost all the reviews agree the phones are fantastic. However, there’s one substantial point of contention: the display. Some say this new OLED panel is fine, and other say it’s terrible. When a phone costs $850, you certainly should not …

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Leaves Up to 30GB in Installation Files

Windows 10’s Fall Creators Update (FCU) dropped earlier this week, to generally positive reviews. The new OS version isn’t a radical change from the previous Creators Update, but it does introduce some new features and improvements to Edge, OneDrive, GPU monitoring, battery meters, and more. One potential niggle, however, is …

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Intel May Deploy AVX-512 in Upcoming 10nm Cannon Lake CPUs

When Intel launched Skylake-SP (aka the Core X-series) earlier this year, one of the major features of the product family, in addition to a revamped L2 cache structure, was its support for Intel’s latest SIMD instruction set, AVX-512. AVX-512 has previously been reserved for Intel’s HPC (High-Performance Computing) Knights Landing. …

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Google expanding Attribution beta to hundreds more advertisers

Earlier this year, Google announced a new product that generated a lot of buzz among advertisers: Google Attribution. This new platform is slated to help marketers see how higher and mid-funnel interactions impact conversions and tame the cross-device, cross-channel conundrum. Google is now rolling out this program to hundreds of …

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A brief history of Google’s most important local search updates

Deciphering the Google algorithm can sometimes feel like an exercise in futility. The search engine giant has made many changes over the years, keeping digital marketers on their toes and continually moving the goalposts on SEO best practices. Google’s continuous updating can hit local businesses as hard as anyone. Every …

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10 ways to generate links with online influencers

You may be thinking that no one wants to share your content, but the opposite is actually true: Because they post so often, online influencers are always looking for interesting content to share. All you have to do it research, create and position the right content opportunities to influencers so …

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Listen To Taylor Swift’s New Single ‘Gorgeous’

Taylor Swift is everywhere these days, dropping new singles on a regular basis to help promote her upcoming new album Reputation. The latest is called Gorgeous, and it’s definitely a song that will be stuck in your head for a long while. Swift started teasing the new single on Thursday …

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You can now PayPal friends in Messenger and get help via chat

PayPal users in the U.S. will now be able to send and receive person-to-person payments over Facebook Messenger, the company announced this morning. The deeper integration with Messenger’s platform, which will also include PayPal’s first customer service bot for handling customer questions and requests for help, follows a series of …

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13 Delicious Date Night Recipes for Fit Couples

Between the drain on your bank account and the dreaded task of making reservations, sometimes going out for date night can feel like more trouble than it’s worth. Whether you’re already coupled or single and mingling, hosting a dinner at home can be a fun bonding experience. What’s more intimate …

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Healthy Black Velvet Krispy Treats

I bet you’ve never seen Krispy Treats like THESE before!  These Healthy Black Velvet Krispy Treats are chewy, crunchy, sweet, and chocolatey.  Flavored like your classic red velvet dessert with both vanilla and a hint of chocolate…  only this one is black instead of red! Unlike it’s innocent counterpart, these …

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