HOW TO SHOP FOR FREE ~ 122 DEALS THAT YOU CAN GET FOR FREE THIS WEEK!

HOW TO SHOP FOR FREE ~ 122 DEALS THAT YOU CAN GET FOR FREE THIS WEEK!

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Netflix will release 39 new original shows and movies in June – here’s the full schedule

Netflix will release 39 new original shows and movies in June – here’s the full schedule

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This has been a banner year so far for Netflix, which continues to be everyone’s favorite source of streaming movies and TV shows. The company has added tons and tons of great content to its online streaming catalog, and it has attracted millions of new subscribers as a result. Well if you’ve been impressed with Netflix’s lineup so far, just wait until you see all the great movies and shows the streaming giant is scheduled to add to its catalog in June 2018. Next month is set to be the biggest month of the year so far for Netflix. New seasons of popular shows like Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Portlandia, Grey’s Anatomy, and iZombie are all set to be added in June. There are also some blockbuster movies debuting next month, including Thor: Ragnarok and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. But a
Revealed: Secret list of Netflix codes that unlock hidden list of films and TV shows

Revealed: Secret list of Netflix codes that unlock hidden list of films and TV shows

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Good news for Netflix users – you can use hidden codes to make searching the extensive streaming site easier. It seems not all content appears when you search Netflix but you can access every category simply by typing a code into the URL. Changing the digits of the code at the end means you can browse through all the categories on the popular streaming service. So if you are a fan of action and adventure, biographical dramas or classic comedies, the hidden codes will allow you to open up more sub-genres to watch. The codes do not work everywhere though – depending on your location and IP address you may be limited to only some of the genres. Go to What’s On Netflix or NetflixCodes.me to find the code for the genre you fancy. For example, copy the code 10702 for Spy Action & Adve
Google opens its G Suite for Education to home-school co-ops

Google opens its G Suite for Education to home-school co-ops

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Google  today announced it is changing the eligibility guidelines of its free G Suite for Education service to include home-school co-ops. Parents and teachers who run home-school co-ops will be able to sign up for it in the coming weeks. G Suite for Education includes all of Google’s usual online productivity tools and then layers a number of education-specific services like Classroom on top of that. Google Classroom, it’s worth noting, was already available to any G Suite user, but to subscribe to G Suite for Education, you needed to be affiliated with a school or school district. Now, home-school co-ops will be able to verify their status and get access to G Suite for Education, too. “Through technology, home-school co-op teachers can set and change assignments on the fly, students
Netflix Just Announced a Bunch of New Shows and Movies Set to Debut in 2018

Netflix Just Announced a Bunch of New Shows and Movies Set to Debut in 2018

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A bunch of new television shows from around the world are coming to Netflixthis year, according to an announcement from the streaming service at a showcase event in Rome. A crop of newly announced movies will also be added to Netflix in 2018, along with new seasons of series like last year’s popular GLOW. “Our belief is that great storytelling transcends borders,” Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told audiences at the showcase. “When stories from different countries, languages and cultures find a worldwide platform where the only limitation is the creator’s imagination, then unique, yet universal, stories emerge that are embraced by a global audience.” Below, see the highlights from the new announcement. New European series and films on Netflix Seven original series fro
Facebook wants ad buyers to provide Social Security numbers

Facebook wants ad buyers to provide Social Security numbers

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There are new rules for anybody who wants to buy political ads on Facebook. It is all about confirming a buyer’s identity and attaching a “paid for by” tag to the ads, according to WPTV. Users who want to buy certain ads will have to identify themselves by providing the last four digits of their Social Security number. This applies to ads about political campaigns, guns, abortion, immigration and more. Those who want to buy these kinds of ads will also need to give Facebook a picture of a government-issued ID and provide a U.S. mailing address. Facebook says it will use all this information to confirm the ad buyer's identity and then delete it. The new guidelines for political ads comes as the social media giant is reeling from revelations related to alleged Russian election interf
YouTube Music will eventually get Google Play Music’s best features, including user uploads

YouTube Music will eventually get Google Play Music’s best features, including user uploads

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YouTube Music — the new YouTube Music, I mean — is Google’s big push to finally create a subscription streaming music service that catches on and can legitimately challenge Spotify and Apple Music. It’s currently rolling out on Android and iOS, but the staggered launch means it’ll be awhile before everyone can actually use YouTube Music. Google Play Music, the company’s existing premium music app, isn’t going away in the meantime. “Nothing will change about Google Play Music in the near future,” Elias Roman, who has been a product manager for both services, told The Verge today. Google has said that it will give users plenty of notice when it does decide to make big changes. A migration to YouTube Music should be seen as inevitable for everyone using Google Play Music right now. It’s ju
Facebook is updating how you can authenticate your account logins

Facebook is updating how you can authenticate your account logins

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You’ll soon have more options for staying secure on Facebook  with two-factor authentication. Facebook is simplifying the process for two-factor verification on its platform so you won’t have to give the company your phone number just to bring additional security to your device. The company announced today that it is adding support for third-party authentication apps like Duo Security and Google Authenticator while streamlining the setup process to make it easier to get moving with it in the first place. Two-factor authentication is a pretty widely supported security strategy that adds another line of defense for users so they aren’t screwed if their login credentials are compromised. SMS isn’t generally considered the most secure method for 2FA because it’s possible for hackers to t
Facebook made an AI that convincingly turns one style of music into another

Facebook made an AI that convincingly turns one style of music into another

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Facebook AI Research (FAIR) scientists yesterday unveiled a neural network capable of translating music from one style, genre, and set of instruments to another. Soon, you won’t have to blow your own horn; you can just whistle to an AI and it’ll turn your song into the symphony or dance hit of your dreams. The AI takes one input, such as a symphony orchestra playing Bach, and translates it into something else, like the same song played on a piano in the style of Beethoven, for example. FAIR becomes the first AI research team to create an unsupervised learning method for recreating high-fidelity music with a neural network. Our results present abilities that are, as far as we know, unheard of. Asked to convert one musical instrument to another, our network is on par or slightly worse t
ONEPLUS 6 REVIEW: NEW PHONE, SAME COMPROMISES

ONEPLUS 6 REVIEW: NEW PHONE, SAME COMPROMISES

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  https://youtu.be/Vw9healWTcQ For several years now, OnePlus has been releasing phones with a variation on the same promise: get all the best, flagship smartphone features without paying flagship prices. Combined with some savvy marketing, the strategy has created a cadre of devoted fans. And those fans aren’t just getting bamboozled, either: OnePlus phones have always done a great job of outperforming their price point in both quality and functionality. The latest chapter in that story is the new OnePlus 6, which is available to order starting on May 22nd and starts at $529. It is hands down the nicest OnePlus phone ever released. And yet, every time we hear this story, I end up having some variation of the same conversation. This time it was with Dieter Bohn, but honestly it c