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Shoppers who purchase participating products from small businesses that are ordered up until June 20 will receive a $10 credit they can use on any products during the Prime Days shopping event.

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If you've been using social media at all the past couple of weeks, you've probably seen the app that turns selfies into a cartoon, caricature, or a renaissance-type portrait.

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As ransomware cases surge around the world, companies are spending tens of millions of dollars to deal with an issue that's decades old.

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Chopra Meditation & Well-Being offers many of the same features and helps that other meditation apps offer, but this one is led by Chopra and his team with decades of experience.

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If you have a particular Amazon Alexa device in your home or a Ring security camera, you will soon be connected to the internet network of neighbors who also have one of those devices.

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Amazon insinuates shoppers can find everything from A-Z in its online store. With the exception of items that cannot be legally purchased and shipped online, it is fairly accurate to say just about anything is for sale at Amazon.com.

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If you're charging (or trying to charge) your phone by using the USB port in your car, I can tell you right now that you've not had much success.

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For many people, they're looking at the same monitor they purchased a dozen years ago. They're also trying to work amidst wires, papers, cables and coffee cups.

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Did you know that even if you have no social media presence, people can still learn a lot about you and your family with a quick visit to a website?

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If you use Google Photos as a way to back up every photo and video on your smartphones and computers, you may have to start paying for it. 

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Unless dad specifically asks for a gift card in his favorite store, consider giving him something for his favorite hobby or something he just likes to eat or drink.

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While certain leaves can leave even the best botanists scratching their heads, a smartphone app claims it'll help identify plants, shrubs, and weeds to help you decide whether you should dig it up or give it a little extra care.