Google’s Gmail service supports configurable signatures, which it will attach to each email you send. You could add your name, job title, social media details, phone number, or anything else you want to your signature.
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If you’ve been waiting for smart glasses to become more mainstream or for smart contact lenses to be introduced, you may have to wait a bit longer. Smart contact lenses could be on the horizon very soon, but the first use will be more for medical purposes than for entertainment. Smart Contact Lenses Clinical Trials A prototype smart contact lens is currently in clinical trials at Gent University in Belgium. The trials are in association with international research and innovation hub for nanotechnology and digital technologies, Imec. … Read more
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There was a time when the prescription for speeding up a slow PC was just to add more (or faster) RAM. These days, though, that’s not necessarily the best upgrade to choose first.
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If you like to keep an eye on CPU or GPU usage on your Mac, you can enable several little-known performance windows in Activity Monitor. These float above all other application windows, so you can check them at a glance.
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