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How to Pin a File at the Top of a Finder Window on a Mac
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How to Pin a File at the Top of a Finder Window on a Mac

Here’s how to pin a file at the top of a Finder window on your Mac! If you have ever found yourself working within a folder on your Mac, and wanting to quickly access one particular file over and over, this information is for you! Sure you can always do a Spotlight search, but you’re thinking that there must be an easier, better way for this particular situation. And there is!

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Where to Buy Connects on Upwork: Here’s the Direct Link

Where, oh where, do you buy Connects on Upwork? One of the most frustrating things about using the gig matching service Upwork is that there is no obvious way to go directly to where you purchase Connects. So we’re here to tell you how to directly go to the page where you purchase Connects.

Walmart Looking to Offer Walmart-Branded Vizio TVs to Further Exploit Customer Data
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Walmart Looking to Offer Walmart-Branded Vizio TVs to Further Exploit Customer Data

Walmart is rumored to be looking to acquire smart television company Vizio (the potential deal is said to be around $2billion), so that they can enhance their own line of Walmart-branded television sets. Lest you think that this is simply an ego move on Walmart’s part, let us disabuse you of that notion right now: smart TVs are an incredibly rich source of consumer data – your data – just ripe for the mining.

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Miss Your Home Button on Your iPhone? Here’s How to Add One!

Do you find yourself missing your old iPhone’s home button? I know I sure do. The transition to newer iPhone models, without the physical home button, has left many of my friend group unimpressed by technological progress. I know that I often wish for the familiar, tactile experience of clicking a button. If you miss your home button like I do, well, you’re in luck! Here’s how to get it back (sort of).

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AI Under Scrutiny: US Government to Monitor Foundation Model Developments

In a groundbreaking development that signals a shift in how artificial intelligence (AI) is managed at the national level, the US government, through the Defense Production Act, is setting up new measures to oversee the development of foundational AI models. This new directive, which requires AI powerhouses like OpenAI and Google to report their advances, brings the rapidly evolving field of AI under closer governmental scrutiny.

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Google Butchers Nest Hub: 17 Key Features Axed

In a move that’s sure to leave many users stunned and frustrated, Google has announced a decision to slash a substantial number of features from its Nest Hub. This significant overhaul is not just a tweak or a minor update; it’s a sweeping change that’s removing 17 key functionalities from one of the tech giant’s flagship products. The decision is sparking debates and concerns among the Nest Hub community, as it seems to prioritize corporate strategy over user needs and preferences.

Amazon to charge Prime customers $3 per month to keep ads out of movies and tv shows
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Wondering About a Suspicious Charge from Amazon of $151.57? Here’s What it Is

If you recently noticed a strange $151.57 charge from Amazon, you’re not alone. Many customers have been left scratching their heads and wondering about the reason behind this perplexing transaction. Here’s the deal about Amazon’s mysterious $151.57 charge.

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The AI Mirage: Navigating the Muddied Waters of Truth in the 2024 Election

As we march through the pivotal election year of 2024, a formidable shadow looms over the democratic process. This shadow is not cast by a person or an institution, but by a technology: Artificial Intelligence (AI). Once celebrated as a beacon of innovation, AI now stands accused of distorting the very fabric of truth, particularly in the political arena.

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Google and the EU’s DMA

In a world where your every click, search, and scroll is a breadcrumb leading back to you, big players like Google hold more power than you might realize. It’s 2024, and Google is back in the news, this time for tweaking its online search results. Why? Well, it’s all thanks to the European Union’s new tech rules, the Digital Markets Act (DMA). These rules are like a referee in a game where Google’s been both a player and a scorekeeper.

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The Incognito Illusion: Google’s Chrome and the Privacy Paradox

In a recent and quite revelatory turn of events, Google has conceded a point that privacy advocates have long suspected: even when you’re browsing in ‘Incognito’ mode in Google Chrome, you’re not quite as incognito as you might think. This acknowledgment comes in the wake of a $5 billion settlement to dodge a lawsuit from 2020, shining a spotlight on the often-misunderstood realm of digital privacy.

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Exploring the Quirky World of AI-Generated Online Listings: A Lighthearted Dive

Have you ever stumbled upon online listings that seem just a tad off? Well, it turns out the rabbit hole of AI-generated product descriptions and titles on e-commerce platforms is deeper and more amusing than one might expect. Let’s embark on a whimsical exploration of these AI creations that are cropping up in places you wouldn’t believe!

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Apple’s Sideloading Shift: A Tech Game Changer for EU iOS Users

In a pivotal move, Apple, the tech giant renowned for its walled-garden ecosystem, is poised to open the gates. The buzz in the tech community is palpable: sideloading, a term that might sound like jargon, is set to become a household word among iOS users in the European Union. But what exactly is sideloading, and why is it stirring up such a commotion?

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Apple’s Strategic Pivot: Removing Blood-Oxygen Sensors from Watches Amid Patent Dispute

In a move that underscores the complex interplay of technology, law, and business, Apple is reportedly planning to remove the blood-oxygen sensors from some of its Apple Watches. This decision, seemingly a strategic sidestep, aims to avoid a looming U.S. ban amidst a heated patent dispute.

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The Future of Internet Regulation: What Users Need to Know

In the ever-evolving world of the internet, there’s always something new just around the digital corner. Right now, it’s the buzz about internet regulation changes. You might think, “Regulations? Yawn!” But wait, these updates could really shake up how we surf, share, and experience the web. Let’s unwrap this, shall we?

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Understanding Cryptocurrency: The Basics

Are you intrigued by cryptocurrency but find it as perplexing as a cryptic crossword? Fear not! We’re here to guide you through this beginner-friendly exploration into the realm of digital currencies. It’s time to unravel the complexities of cryptocurrency and set you on a path to navigating this exciting digital landscape safely.