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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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Amazon’s Latest Prime Video Move: A Step Too Far?

I recently received an email from Amazon that really got my gears grinding. It was about a big change to Prime Video, and trust me, it’s not the kind of news you’d welcome with open arms. From January 29, 2024, Prime Video is going to have ads. Yes, you read that right – ads in a service we’re already paying for. And here’s the kicker: if you want to keep your viewing experience ad-free, you’ll have to shell out an additional $2.99 every month.

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Did You Know Amazon Has Its Own Freight Company?

Amazon, the internet-based monopol-*ahem* er, giant, known for its e-commerce platform, has stealthily diversified into the realm of logistics and freight services. Offering a robust solution to shipping needs, Amazon Freight provides a comprehensive suite of features designed to cater to businesses large and small. But, as always, the journey to understanding a service begins with the first step—getting acquainted with the offering itself.

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iPhone 8 and iPhone X Owners, Now’s The Perfect Time to Sell

As the fall season approaches, it brings with it the promise of iOS 17, Apple’s latest operating system, set to add a host of fresh, fun, and functional features to your iPhone. These updates range from personalized contact cards and live voicemail services to a rainbow of delightful stickers. However, not all devices currently operating on iOS 16 will be able to welcome these new offerings. In a recent announcement at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple specified that iOS 17 will only extend support to iPhone models XS and newer. This news leaves the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, both unveiled in 2017, at the end of their journey for major updates, with only security updates to look forward to.

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Get Your Share of the Facebook Privacy Settlement: Cash In on Your Data!

Ah, Facebook and its infamous privacy scandals. Remember the good old days when Cambridge Analytica was mining user data like it was going out of style? Well, after years of legal battles and billions of dollars in fines, you can finally get a piece of the action

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M2 iPad Pro vs iPad Air: Which Tablet Reigns Supreme?

As a member of the chosen people, I can tell you that we Jews are always looking for the best bang for our buck. So, when it comes to choosing between the 11” M2 iPad Pro and the iPad Air, which one should you go for? Let’s break down the similarities and differences between the two to help you make the right decision.

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Holy Moly, It’s May 2023: The Best iPad Deals Right Now!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, I’ve got some news that’ll make you drop your bagels: it’s the season of the iPads! Yes, indeed, your favourite tablet from the folks at Apple is gracing us with some delightful deals. Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Another tech sale?” But let me tell you, when it comes to Apple’s iPad, it’s no ordinary tablet, and these are no ordinary deals. So grab your eyeglasses and let’s dive into these digital delicacies.

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Amazon Announces Major Price Reductions on Entire AirPods Line-Up Ahead of Summer

Oy vey, my friends! Just as the summer season rears its sweltering head, Amazon drops a mitzvah for all the Apple devotees out there. I’m talking about a discount on all models of the beloved AirPods earbuds that’s so steep, it would make your Bubbe blush. Seriously, such savings are usually reserved for those frenzied events like Black Friday or Amazon Prime Day. But hey, who are we to question Amazon’s calendar or its benevolent sale strategies?

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F-Secure Total for Mac Review: A Mixed Bag of Features and Shortcomings

F-Secure Total for Mac has been making headlines lately, but unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons. Reviewers have been left apprehensive about its overall protection, with substantial room for improvement, particularly when compared to its Windows counterpart. In this review, we’ll go over the pros and cons of F-Secure Total for Mac, what features it offers, and how it performs.

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Twitter reportedly considers selling usernames

Twitter is contemplating selling user names to create new income as its owner, Elon Musk, tries to resuscitate the company’s cash-flow, according to two people with knowledge of the plan, according to the Times.

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Kids Can Visit with Santa Online this Year! Here’s How and Where

Christmas will feel and look different this year. In the midst of social distancing rules and other precautionary measures that came with the coronavirus pandemic, the spirit of Santa and Christmas has not been dampened down, but it has had to make some accommodations. While Santa is not going to…

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It’s Not Too Late to Avoid These 5 Amazon Prime Day Mistakes

You still have several hours to take advantage of Amazon Prime Day 2020! This year, Amazon Prime Day did not happen in July due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so the store announced that it will run from Tuesday, October 13 to Wednesday, October 14. Control your impulses Buying a Snicker…

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What do EUC, GUC, VGC, and Others on eBay, Craigslist, and Elsewhere Mean?

There are a dizzying array of abbreviations on sites on which you can purchase used clothing and other used goods, such as eBay, Craigslist, and Poshmark, just to name a few. Abbreviations such as EUC, VGUC, GUC, EU, NIB and NIP can be confusing, while other abbreviations are more readily recognized, such as NWT and OEM. Here is a guide to all of those abbreviations, be they on eBay, Craigslist, thredUP, Swap, or wherever you may see them.

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How to Create Your Own Free Online Backup Solution and Drop Box System

If you have been searching for cloud-based online backup solutions, and in particular if you are looking for safe, free online backup services or cloud storage, then your best bet may be to create your very own free online backup solution, creating your own backup and storage solution in your own cloud. (This is particularly true given the recent court decision that says that agencies don’t need a warrant to access your personal data if it is stored in a cloud storage service.) You can even create your own DropBox style folders to share your files with others! You will need to make a small investment up front, but we show you how to do it, and you can do it for under $175 total – less than you would pay many online backup services in just the first year.

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Groupon Celebrates President’s Day by Honoring President Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton, Groupon thinks that you’re absolutely great! For some people, President’s Day is all about the guys whose faces are carved on Mount Rushmore. You know, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and those other two guys. Frankly, we’re still upset that Washington’s birthday and Lincoln’s birthday used to be separate holidays in February and got combined into one holiday known as President’s Day. Groupon decided to break out of the traditional mold and celebrate a lesser known president – President Alexander Hamilton of the $10 bill.