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How To Use Dropbox From The Linux Command Line With Dropbox Uploader

Dropbox Uploader is a bash script that simplifies the complex Dropbox-cli down to something much easier to understand. With it, uploading and downloading files to Dropbox from the Linux terminal is much easier. Officially, the script lets you use Dropbox

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The Best Cartoon Network Funko Pops!

Cartoon Network is home to several excellent shows, like Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Regular Show and more. It’s a regular cavalcade of amazing animation. Now you can take home your favorite characters in […] The post The Best Cartoon Network

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4 Best RSS Feed Reader Apps For Linux

RSS is an aging technology, and because of this, nearly every website still uses it. Most tech journalists who actively say that “RSS” is dead, would be surprised to find out that many people (of all ages) still rely on

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The Best Famous Pets Funko Pops!

Our pets are our best friends, and it’s no different with Funko Pops. If you collect the rest of the series religiously, you should also grab all the special pets that have made […] The post The Best Famous Pets

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7 Great Linux App Alternatives For Windows Apps

Looking to switch from Microsoft Windows to Linux? If so, you’ll need to understand that a lot of your Windows programs won’t be able to run on your Linux PC. You can use the Wine tool on your Linux computer

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Here’s What People Are Saying About the iPhone X

It’s almost iPhone Day! Again! If you held off on buying an iPhone 8, and saved up a cool one thousand dollars, in just a few days you’ll be able to treat yourself […] The post Here’s What People Are

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4 Best Podcast Apps For Linux

Though the concept of podcasts has been around for a long time, podcasting is rapidly becoming a mainstream form of entertainment. From YouTube stars to politicians, everyone seems to have their own podcast and they want you to subscribe to

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How To Sync Todoist With Gnome To Do App On Linux

Perhaps one of the best task and productivity tools out there on the internet is Todoist. With it, users can easily, and quickly create task lists, schedule different items and even collaborate with friends. The Todoist app is widely used, and

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Turns Out Growing Weed Isn’t Nice to the Environment

Crops cause a lot of problems. That’s because for the past several thousand years, people have more or less been deciding what grows where on Earth. The other things that live on Earth, […] The post Turns Out Growing Weed

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How To Convert Debian Programs To Redhat On Linux

When it comes to the binary package formats, Debian is king. Out of all the software out there, the DEB file format enjoys the most attention from developers. As a result, Linux operating systems based on Debian usually get new

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Walmart Says Its New Robots Are Here to Help Human Staff, Not Replace Them

It’s hard work keeping the shelves stocked at one of Walmart’s massive stores. That’s why the company has decided to roll out a little high-tech help for its associates. Walmart recently welcomed a […] The post Walmart Says Its New

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Eleventh Doctor Uncovers Truth in New Titan Comic

Things you learn in part two of Titan Comics’ “Strange Loops”: The Eleventh Doctor wears a clip-on bow tie (sometimes). Writer Alex Paknadel and artist I.N.J. Culbard return with the second half of […] The post Eleventh Doctor Uncovers Truth

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H.P. Lovecraft Meets Dr. Doolittle on Kickstarter

Fall is in the air and a favorite geek holiday, Halloween, is just around the corner! There are so many ways to celebrate Halloween this season with all the horror movies, games, and […] The post H.P. Lovecraft Meets Dr.

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How To Recover Deleted Files On Linux With Photorec

There are many different ways to recover deleted files on Linux. However, the most user friendly option is a terminal tool called Photorec. With it, users can easily scan partitions and entire hard drives for lost files. Best of all,

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Surprise: Sleepwalkers Are Better at Automatic Walking

Sorry, George A. Romero: Real-life zombies—er, sleepwalkers—actually do move quite fast. A study published in the journal Current Biology confirms that somnambulists exhibited increased automation in their movements. Using full-body motion capture and […] The post Surprise: Sleepwalkers Are Better

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How To Set Up A Wifi Hotspot On Linux

Creating a wifi hotspot on Linux is fairly easy. To start off, find the network icon in the panel on your PC. Find “edit connections”, or “wireless settings”, or something similar. The main goal is to get the network tool

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How To Get Stock Gnome Shell In Ubuntu 17.10

In Ubuntu 17.10, Canonical decided to completely upend the familiar Unity desktop environment in favor of the Gnome Shell desktop environment. Since release, it’s been running the latest version of Gnome Shell with a few usability tweaks i.e. you don’t

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Amazon Key Opens the Door to In-home Deliveries

You trust Amazon to give you great deals on thousands of different products and deliver them in a timely manner. But are you ready to trust them with access to your home or […] The post Amazon Key Opens the

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How To Pair And Use Bluetooth Devices On Linux

Unlike a lot of aspects of Linux, the Bluetooth support is not automatic by the Linux kernel. This is in large part due to the Bluetooth stack and how it interacts with the overall Linux system. To make up for

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Soft Sensor Turns Anything (Even Fabric) Into Interactive Controller

A new soft, stretchable material turns anything—from your smartphone to your coat—into an interactive controller. Dubbed iSoft, the technology works in real time to play or pause music, turn up or down volume, […] The post Soft Sensor Turns Anything

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